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makers of Hebrew books in Italy

David Werner Amram

makers of Hebrew books in Italy

being chapters in the history of the Hebrew printing press.

by David Werner Amram

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Published by Holland Press in London .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Italy
    • Subjects:
    • Printing, Hebrew -- Italy -- History.

    • Classifications
      LC ClassificationsZ251.H4 A45 1963
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxvii, 417 p.
      Number of Pages417
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4920961M
      LC Control Number76221036

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      The Hebrew Book in Early Modern Italy Book Description: The rise of printing had major effects on culture and society in the early modern period, and the presence of this new technology-and the relatively rapid embrace of it among early modern Jews-certainly had an effect on many aspects of Jewish culture. The Makers of Hebrew Books in Italy by David Amram Holland Press London, reprint of the edition, Cloth, 8vo, 23 cm, xvii, pp, ills, facs. From the blurb: "The importance of the work of the Jewish scholar printers in Italy received in t.

      The source for this is almost certainly David Amram's informative and entertaining book, The Makers of Hebrew Books in Italy, which is cited in the bibliography of that section in the encyclopedia. Daniel Bomberg (c. – c. ) was one of the most important printers of Hebrew books. A Christian who employed rabbis, scholars and apostates in his Venice publishing house, Bomberg printed the first Mikraot Gdolot (Rabbinic Bible) and the first complete Babylonian and Jerusalem editions set standards that are still in use today, in particular the pagination of the.


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The book was printed ina long time time ago, but it is still current. It tales the beginning of the Hebrew books in Italy with a precise style and fairly good references.

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In the making of the Jewish book, women have played a role as publishers, printers, patrons, and writers. The first woman involved in printing Hebrew books was Estellina, the wife of the physician Abraham Conat, who introduced Hebrew printing in Mantua and published six Hebrew books there in O Seforim/Hebrew books for Free in PDF Format.

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