2 edition of Catalogue of the manuscripts of the Bibliotheca Rosenthaliana, University Library of Amsterdam found in the catalog.
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|Number of Pages||79|
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Bibliotheca Rosenthaliana : Treasures of Jewish booklore : Marking the 200th anniversary of the birth of Leeser Rosenthal, 1794-1994. The archive, which contains 10,100 incoming letters, is a very important source for the early history of the Jewish settlement in Palestine in modern times.
Inquisitie-materiaal en Sefardische judaica in de Cassuto-collectie;• The same could not be said for the curator, his assistant, and their families, who had also been deported. In 1877 the city library had become theso the Bibliotheca Rosenthaliana was essentially given to the University. Only thirteen manuscripts, all written by Jodeph of Leipnik have been found, of which the Bibliotheca Rosenthaliana Leipnik Haggadah is one.
Completed by the scribe Kalonymos ben Judah on 12 January 1290 init is a machzor for and. Following this, Rosenthal's heirs decided to present their father's library to the city of Amsterdam. Dutchaccessed 19 October 2016• Meanwhile, all surviving business letters are from after 1923.
Historical background [ ] Leeser Rosenthal 1794-1868 [ ] was born inPoland on 13 April 1794 13 Nisan 5554 to a family of rabbis and teachers. Since then the Bibliotheca Rosenthaliana has been enhanced considerably through donations and by pursuing a specific policy of acquisition; the collection ranks among the largest in Europe. It was extremely rare for women to write Hebrew medieval manuscripts.
The organization maintained close contacts with the leaders of the Jewish communities in the cities of Jerusalem, Hebron, Safed and Tiberias. Amsterdam School for Cultural Analysis ASCA• 02 or higher is needed. From 2020 the journal appears again with Amsterdam University Press. The Bibliotheca Rosenthaliana's collection of books was the first to be digitised in 1999, and has its own. His remarkable collection of Judaica and Hebraica, regarded as the largest private library in this field, was donated University Library of Amsterdam his son, the Amsterdam banker George Rosenthal, to the City of Amsterdam in 1880.
Peeters was set up to serve the academic world by printing and publishing books in English, French, German and Dutch.
It cannot be ascertained whether Hannah was from a scholarly family, but given the quality of her writing, it is highly likely. It was established by the Bibliotheca Rosenthaliana, University of Amsterdam, in 1967 and covers a wide variety of subjects.
1,000 manuscripts from the 13th to the 20th centuries, but mainly from the 18th and 19th centuries, and for a considerable part written in the Netherlands;• Amsterdam School of Communications Research  ASCoR•
These books were then placed with the University's other valuable books in a shelter in.