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Spharadim—Spaniolen. Die Juden in Spanien—Die Sephardische Diaspora

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Translated title Sepharadim. The Jews of Spain—the Sephardic Diaspora
Editors & Curators

Felicitas Heimann-Jelinek, Kurt Schubert.

Imprint

Eisenstadt, Austria, 1992. 241 pp., 20 pp. (pls.), illustrations: 38 col., 7 b&w, 24 × 16.8 cm. German.

ISBN

390090703X

Location

Studia Judaica Austriaca, Bd. XIII

Description

Österreichisches Jüdisches Museum (1 May–30 October 1992)

Description

An exhibition in two parts, presented in two different cities: the Jews of Spain before 1492 (Eisenstadt), and the post-1492 Sephardic Diaspora (Vienna). Catalog similarly divided into pre- and post-Expulsion, with individual sections on Spanish Jewish history, culture, art and settlement in various communities. Topics include: “Die maurischen Synagogenbauten in Spanien” [The Moorish Synagogues in Spain] (Inés Müller), “Bibeln” [Bibles] (Ursula and Kurt Schubert) and “Pesach Haggadot” (Ursula and Kurt Schubert), and “Die sephardische Diaspora” (Felicitas Heimann-Jelinek). Detailed descriptive entries. 314 items.

main keywords

CEREMONIAL OBJECTSHAGGADOT, ILLUMINATED MANUSCRIPTSHEBREW ILLUMINATED MANUSCRIPTS, BIBLESHEBREW ILLUMINATED MANUSCRIPTS, SPAIN, 12th–14th CSEPHARDIC JEWSSPAINSYNAGOGUES

minor keywords

BesamimHanukkah lampsKetubbotKiddush cupsMarranosNorth AfricaOssuaries/SarcophagiOttoman EmpirePrinted booksPrints, costumeRimmonimScrolls of Esther, casesSpinoza, BaruchSynagogues, SpainTassTheaterTombstones, medievalTorah Ark curtainsYad

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