2 edition of concise catalogue of the Hebrew printed books in the Bodleian Library found in the catalog.
concise catalogue of the Hebrew printed books in the Bodleian Library
|Other titles||Hebrew printed books in the Bodleian Library|
|Statement||by A.E. Cowley.|
|Contributions||Cowley, A. E. 1861-1931., Steinschneider, Moritz, 1816-1907|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 816 p.|
|Number of Pages||816|
The Valmadonna Trust Library: Part I Magnificent Manuscripts and the Bomberg Talmud 12 The Complete Babylonian Talmud, Printed by Daniel Bomberg in Venice, Comprising tractates from the First (/) and Second () Editions. Our catalog, which we have designated “The Catalog of Hebrew Books in the Bodleian Library” because it is best, contains a concise and detailed overview of the majority of Hebrew books, as well as some that pertain in a way to Jewish literature. 1.
Bodleian Library: Catalogue of portraits exhibited in the reading room & gallery of the Bodleian Library: being part of the complete catalogue of Oxford portraits / (Oxford: Printed at the University Press, ), also by Rachael Poole (page images at HathiTrust; US access only). The last exhibition in the United States to feature such riches of Hebrew manuscript illumination was A Sign and a Witness: 2, Years of Hebrew Books and Illuminated Manuscripts, held at the New York Public Library (NYPL) in , in which extraordinary loans from around the world augmented the library’s own holdings.
“The Fetherstone Catalogue of Hebrew Books,” Bodleian Library Record () [in the year , George Walker purchased Hebrew imprints from Henry Fetherstone for Sion College, London] Research Annex (LIBRA). ZO94 B6. Rosenthal, Avraham. Dictionary Catalog of the Klau Library ; Library of Congress Card Catalog under Sefer Hayashar; Harvard University Library Catalogue of Hebrew Books  Furst, Bibliotheca Judaica ; see also Steinschneider, Catalogus Librorum Hebraeorum, ; Cowley, Concise Catalogue,
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An Digitized images from the Bodleian Libraries' special collections. Other Special Collections digital resources. Polonsky Foundation digitization project A digitized collection of Hebrew manuscripts, Greek manuscripts, and incunabula (15th-century printed books) from the Bodleian and the Vatican Library.
John Johnson Collection. Bodleian Library. Concise catalogue of the Hebrew printed books in the Bodleian library. Oxford, Clarendon Press, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: A E Cowley; Moritz Steinschneider; Bodleian Library. A concise catalogue of the Hebrew printed books in the Bodleian library.
Publisher: Clarendon Press Author: Cowley, A. (Arthur Ernest) and Steinschneider, Moritz Date: Corporate Author: Bodleian Library Topic: Hebrew literature and Judaica Language: English Publication Info: enk Imprint: England: Clarendon Press, Genre.
History of the Early Printed Hebrew Book: Catalogs of Important Collections This is a guide to the History of the Early Printed Hebrew Book. It was copied with permission from the guide at the University of Pennsylvania, created by Bruce E.
Neilsen, and updated for Columbia University by Michelle ChesnerAuthor: Michelle Chesner. A concise catalogue of the Hebrew printed books in the Bodleian Library by A.E.
Cowley (Oxford, ). (Based on Steinschneider, lists all Hebrew books in the Library in ). In the Clarendon Press published Adolf Neubauer's Catalogue of the Hebrew Manuscripts in the Bodleian Library and in the College Libraries of Oxford, a work of vast erudition.
It described what was then the largest and most significant collection of medieval and pre-modern Hebrew manuscripts in the world. A concise catalogue of the hebrew printed books in the Bodleian library () Illuminated manuscripts in the Bodleian library Oxford 2 () Greek manuscripts (). An illustration of an open book.
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download 1 file. Digitized Items The Bodleian's earliest manuscript accessions in Hebrew were received inand in the first catalogue of the library () there are 58 books with titles in Hebrew script.
They are mostly of Venetian origin, where Hebrew printing was then in its prime. Manuscripts and Rare Books in the Bodleian Libraries Manuscripts and archives. The Bodleian Libraries' Special Collections (at the Weston Library) holds the second largest collection of manuscripts and archives in Britain, with items ranging in date from papyri of the 3rd century B.C.
to correspondence and papers of the present. Particular strengths are medieval manuscripts. Of the printed Hebrew books in the Bodleian, Dr. Steinschneider compiled an elaborate catalogue (), which, as Dr. Neubauer justly remarks, might rather be called "Bibliotheca Judaica." Part of the MSS.
have been described by Johannes Uri,and also by Dr. Steinschneider in an Appendix to the cat- alogue. A Concise Catalogue of the Hebrew Printed Books in the Bodleian Library Oxford: The Clarendon Press,reprint Katz Center - Reference Room. ZB62 Katz Center - Stacks. ZB62 Van Pelt Library.
ZO94 Dannhauer, Paul Gerhard. The standard reference work relating to ownership of printed books and manuscripts is. David Pearson, Provenance research in book history: a handbook (Oxofrd: Bodleian Library, Previous ed. London: British Library,).
The last time a comprehensive catalog of the printed collection was produced was inin A.E. Cowley’s A concise catalogue of the Hebrew printed books in the Bodleian Library (Clarendon Press). Written With Hebrew Characters, Or Relating To The Hebrew Language Or Literature, And A Few Samaritan Mss, Volume 2; Catalogi Codicum Manuscriptorum Bibliothecae Bodleianae; Catalogue Of The Hebrew Manuscripts In The Bodleian Library And In The College Libraries Of Oxford: Including s: 1.
Moritz Steinschneider (30 MarchProstějov, Moravia, Austrian Empire – 24 JanuaryBerlin) was a Bohemian bibliographer and received his early instruction in Hebrew from his father, Jacob Steinschneider (b.
; d. March ), who was not only an expert Talmudist, but was also well versed in secular house of the elder Steinschneider. Bod-inc: A catalogue of books printed in the fifteenth century now in the Bodleian Library.
6 vols. Oxford, Heb-1 Pr: Proctor, Robert. An index to the early printed books in the British Museum from the invention of printing to the year MD, with notes of those in the Bodleian Library.
2 vols. London, 4 supplements, Cowley: Cowley, Sir Arthur Ernest (). A Concise Catalogue of the Hebrew Printed Books in the Bodleian Library, Oxford, Clarendon Press, ( pages). Catalogue of one of the most important public collections of Hebrew printed books beginning in the incunable period with complete bibliographical descriptions.
The Bodleian Library (/ ˈ b ɒ d l i ən, b ɒ d ˈ l iː ən /) is the main research library of the University of Oxford, and is one of the oldest libraries in over 12 million items, it is the second-largest library in Britain after the British the Legal Deposit Libraries Act it is one of six legal deposit libraries for works published in the United Kingdom.
Bod-inc: A catalogue of books printed in the fifteenth century now in the Bodleian Library. 6 vols. Oxford, Heb Pr: Proctor, Robert. An index to the early printed books in the British Museum from the invention of printing to the year MD, with notes of those in the Bodleian Library.
2 vols. London, 4 supplements. The materials in the Sixteenth-Century Hebrew Books collection are divided into 3 sections: General Titles; Bibles (this list); and Talmudim. The following titles link to fuller bibliographic information in the Library of Congress Online to additional online content are included when available.
The Bodleian is one of the pre-eminent holders of Hebrew and Jewish manuscripts in the world yet this is the first time a book has bought these treasures together. The catalogue of Hebrew manuscripts, which is used to this day, has entries and many more have been added since. The books, which derive from all corners of the Earth, tell.Our catalog, which we have designated "The Catalog of Hebrew Books in the Bodleian Library" because it is best, contains a concise and detailed overview of the majority of Hebrew books, as well as some that pertain in a way to Jewish literature