|Editors & Curators||
Sharon Liberman Mintz, Gabriel M. Goldstein.
New York City, USA, 2005. 338 pp., illustrations: 80 col., 8 b&w, 30.5 × 23.2 cm. English.
Yeshiva University Museum (12 April–28 August 2005)
The historical development of the Talmud as a printed work. 10 essays on the history of the Babylonian Talmud, the commentaries that grew around it, Talmudic study in yeshivot (both historical and modern), Christian response to the Talmud, the earliest printings of the Talmud, subsequent printings, the Talmud in the computer age, etc. The mosaic synagogue floor from Rehov, which was created during the closing years of the period of the Mishnah and the Talmud (6th–7th C), and contains a lengthy inscription of legal material well known from rabbinic sources, was a focal point of the exhibition. Extensive, in-depth entries. 81 items.
Catalog of Catalogs Online, A Bibliography of Temporary Exhibition Catalogs Since 1876 that Contain Items of Judaica
Printing The Talmud. From Bomberg to Schottenstein(164 words)
Cite this page“Printing The Talmud. From Bomberg to Schottenstein”, in: Catalog of Catalogs Online, A Bibliography of Temporary Exhibition Catalogs Since 1876 that Contain Items of Judaica. Consulted online on 29 May 2023 <http://dx.doi.org/10.1163/9789004444522_COCO_CC1837>
First published online: 2019
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