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Heilige Boeken in jodendum, christendom en islam.

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Translated title Sacred Books in Judaism, Christianity and Islam
Imprint

Antwerp, Belgium, 2014. 175 pp., illustrations: 53 col., 1 b&w, 26.2 × 20.7 cm. Dutch and English.

ISBN

9789085866732

Location

Hendrik Conscience Heritage Library (19 September–21 December 2014)

Description

The smaller portion of “Sacred Places, Sacred Books”, a two-part exhibition that explored the commonalities and differences between Judaism, Christianity and Islam. “Sacred Books” presented exceptional copies of these religions’ fundamental texts: the Tanakh, the Bible and the Qur’an. Emphasis was placed on the complex interconnections between these three books as well as their past and present significance. 6 essays, including: “Revelation and Tradition: texts, books, practices” (Pierre Delsaerdt, Geert Lernout, Jo Van Steenbergen), “Tanakh, Bible and Qur’an” (Emilio Platti), “The Tanakh in Jewish tradition” (Julien Klener), and “Distorted memories: the remarkable fate of a Torah scroll” (Herman Van Goethem). Catalog listing according to the exhibition’s 6 themes: Revelation, The Text, The Object, Practice, Study, and A Living Tradition. Extensive historical entries. 47 items.

Description

For the major portion of the exhibition, see #2139.

main keywords

ANTWERPBIBLESHEBREW ILLUMINATED MANUSCRIPTSPRINTED BOOKS

minor keywords

BelgiumCairo GenizahHebrew illuminated manuscripts, Ashkenaz, 12th–14th CHebrew illuminated manuscripts, Iraq, 17th–19th CHebrew illuminated manuscripts, Italy, 15th CHebrew illuminated manuscripts, Spain, 15th CMicrographySamaritans, Bibles/Torah ScrollsScrolls of Esther, illuminatedTorah (scroll)

Related ephemera

Visitor’s guide, with material presented according to the exhibition’s 6 themes: Revelation, The Text, The Object, Practice, Study, and A Living Tradition. Each religion discussed separately within each section. Emphasis placed on the continued significance of these books in modern times, with particular attention paid to their importance to individual citizens of Antwerp. Booklet, 47 pp., 3 illus., 20.3 × 14.8 cm. Descriptive entries. 47 items; Exhibition leaflet, “Rome, Mekka en Jeruzalem in Antwerpen. Heilige plaatsen, heilige boeken. Expo over Jodendom, Christendom en Islam”. [Rome, Mecca and Jerusalem in Antwerp. Holy Place, Holy Books. An exhibition on Judaism, Christianity and Islam], 4 pp., 4 col. Illus., 21 × 15 cm.

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