Arte in Puglia dal Medioevo al Settecento. Il Medioevo.

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Translated title Art in Puglia from the Middle Ages to the 18th Century. The Middle Ages
Editor & Curator

Francesco Abbate.


Foggia, Italy, 2010. 334 pp., illustrations: 252 col., 11 b&w, 31 × 24 cm. Italian.


Museo Civico, Foggia (18 February–30 April 2010)


A series of exhibitions on the history, art, archaeology and architecture of Puglia. The current, initial, installment focused on the 6th–15th centuries. Jewish material presented in Section VI “Jewish Culture and Art”, with four essays, including one on the medieval synagogue of Trani (newly-renovated and restored to Jewish use), and another on a rare medieval mezuzah. No itemized listing.


Portions of the exhibition were hosted by the Museum’s satellite venues (see below).

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ItalyTombstones, medievalSynagogues, architectureSynagogues, ItalySynagogues, Trani

Other venues

Basilica di San Nicola, Museo Diocesano, and Pinacotea Provinciale, Bari, Italy (11 March–30 April 2010); Museo Diocesano, Sezione ebraica, Trani, Italy (11 March–30 April 2010); Museo Provinciale, Lecce, Italy (11 March–30 April 2010)

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