Inventari dei manoscritti delle biblioteche d'Italia. Vol. 108
I frammenti ebraici di Bologna. Archivio di Stato e collezioni minori

Inventario e catalogo
redatti da M. Perani e S. Campanini

1997, cm 21 x 29,5, 166 pp. con 200 tavv. f.t.

ISBN: 9788822245120

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A catalogue containing more than 850 fragments, many of which folios or bi-folios, belonging to 369 Hebrew manuscripts dated between the eleventh and fifteenth centuries discovered recently the Archivio di Stato di Bologna and in minor archives of the same city. During the second half of the sixteenth century the manuscripts were split up and used by the Bolognese binders as covers or bindings for registers. Many are important not only for the antiquity and rarity of the actual texts but for having restored, even partially, these lost or unknown works. Second only to that of Modena, this Bolognese collection is the largest known for this type of manuscript re-cycling and for the amount of Talmudic scripts.

Mauro Perani
Mauro Perani, PhD honoris causa - Hebrew University di Gerusalemme, è Ordinario di Ebraico presso l’Università di Bologna. Già Presidente (2006-2010) della European Association for Jewish Studies (EAJS) e attuale Presidente dell’Associazione Italiana per lo Studio del Giudaismo (AISG), dedica le sue poliedriche ricerche fra l’altro ai manoscritti ebraici, alla storia della cultura ebraica e agli epitaffi dei cimiteri ebraici italiani.
Mauro Perani, PhD honoris causa of The Hebrew University, is Professor of Hebrew at the University of Bologna. Former President (2006-2010) of the European Association for Jewish Studies (EAJS) and current President of the Italian Association for the Study of Judaism (AISG), his multifaceted research deals with Hebrew manuscripts, history of Jewish culture and the epitaphs of the Italian Jewish cemeteries. - (settembre 2013) -

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