Hebrew printing in Riva di Trento

by Bloch, Joshua

Publisher: The New York public library in New York

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  • Italy,
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  • Printing -- Italy -- Riva -- History -- 16th century.,
  • Printing, Hebrew -- Italy -- Riva -- History -- 16th century.,
  • Early printed books -- Italy -- Riva -- 16th century -- Bibliography.,
  • Riva (Italy) -- Imprints.

Edition Notes

Statementby Joshua Bloch.
ContributionsNew York Public Library.
LC ClassificationsZ134.R5 B6
The Physical Object
Pagination2 p. l., 15 p.
Number of Pages15
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6297798M
LC Control Number33033728

Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): (external link)Author: Eliakim Carmoly. He published, or caused to be published at his expense, about twenty Hebrew books at Riva di Trento, between and , in the printing-house founded by Cardinal Cristoforo Madruz. The Valmadonna Trust Library: Further Selections from the Historic Collection. * Hebrew Printing in America. * Graphic & Ceremonial Art * Hebrew Printing in America. * Graphic & Ceremonial Art. View 3D Catalogue Download Catalogue Riva di Trento, Est: $ - $ Hammer $ View Lot. Lot 26 (BIBLE. Technologies. Only cutting edge technologies. Printer Trento has always paid a great deal of attention to new technologies; tuning economic investments with a careful analysis of future developments in printing has been a winning strategy. We are not afraid to focus on new technologies, as evidenced, for example, by the digitization of pre-press: in , we were the .

In Cardinal Madruzzo granted the privilege of printing Hebrew books to Joseph Ottolengo, a German rabbi. The actual printer was Jacob Marcaria, a local physician; after his death in , the activity of the press of Riva di Trento ceased. Altogether, 34 works were published in the period from to , most of them bearing the coat of Country: Italy. 16th century hebrew imprints at the beinecke library The Judaica Collection's 16th-century Hebrew imprint holdings housed in the Beinecke Rare Books and Manuscripts Library. Each citation includes the title, author, place of publication, year of publication, and call number. The Judaica Collection's 16th-century Hebrew imprint holdings housed in the Beinecke Rare Books and Manuscripts citation includes the title, author, place of publication, year of publication, and call : Nanette Stahl. History of the Early Printed Hebrew Book: Specific Early Printers of Hebrew Books 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 ChesnerMissing: Riva di Trento.

Sefer Mordechai, piskei halachot by Rabbi Mordechai the son of Rabbi Hillel, the student of the Maharam M’Rottenburg. Riva Di Trento, []. Ashkenazi handwritten glosses from the period when the sefer was printed. Leaves 2– leaves [out of leaves, and missing a . It was commonly accepted in the middle ages that void within or outside the world is impossible. The paper presents a quite unusual conception of void, which is described in Yeda'aya ha-Penini's commentary on Ibn Rushd's epitome on Aristotle's : Ruth Glasner. He prepared a calendar ("'Ibronot," Lublin, ) based upon the work of R. Jacob Marcaria (Riva di Trento, ), and improved by the addition of a circular table, which facilitated the determination of holidays and other important dates. It was reprinted at Lublin () and Frankfort-on-the-Oder (). Hebrew Description. Averroes' Epitome on Logic, which included a section on the doctrine of the categories, was translated twice into Hebrew. The translation by Jacob b. Machir was very popular and was printed in the 16 th century (Riva di Trento).

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Riva Hebrew printing in Riva di Trento book Trento received its Hebrew press in when the physician Jacob Marcaria obtained a license from Cardinal Madruzzi. With the help of R. Joseph *Ottolenghi he first issued a reasonably priced edition of Alfasi for Ottolenghi's yeshivah students.

This was followed by some philosophical and rabbinic works. indeed that, unlike in all the known Riva di Trento Hebrew imprints (with the exception of the DDvH =n vD, where it is mlll'n), the place of printing is given here milin rn.

Generally it is I,r-'t wlrn or 'lD3rn' iln. Riva di Trento knew no other Hebrew press and the printing of Hebrew books ceased there in The makers of Hebrew books in Italy: being chapters in the history of the Hebrew printing press Philadelphia: J.

Greenstone, Katz Center - Reference Room. ZH4 A45 Katz Center - Stacks. ZH4 A45 Research Annex (LIBRA). ZH4 A45 Available via HathiTrust Digital Library. The first Hebrew book printed at Riva was the "Halakot" of Alfasi in three foliovolumes; and the general tendency of the press was to produce halakic works, as the "Mordekai," the novellæ of Rabbi Nissim, and two editions of the Mishnah.

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Hebrew Books and Booklore. Hebrew printingth to 20th centuries; Some odd titles of Hebrew books; The people and the book: On the love, care. Buy Hebrew printing in Riva di Trento, by Joshua Bloch (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store.

Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Joshua Bloch. The sixteenth century Hebrew book: an abridged thesaurus, Volume 2. "The Sixteenth Century Hebrew Book" covers the gamut of Hebrew literature in that century. Each entry has a descriptive text page and an accompaning reproduction.

There is an extensive introduction with an overview of Hebrew printing in the sixteenth century. Scuola Dottorale di Ateneo Graduate School Dottorato di ricerca in tudi sull’Asia e sull’Africa Ciclo XXIX Anno di discussione Titolo: Tracing the Hebrew Book Collection of the Venice Ghetto SETTORE SCIENTIFICO DISCIPLINARE DI AFFERENZA: L-OR/08 Tesi di Dottorato di Chiara Camarda, matricola Abstract.

by Joshua BlochAus: Bulletin of the New York Public Library ; Author: Joshua Bloch. The Hebrew printing press in Riva, which was active between and and produced about 35 titles.

The press owed its success to the cooperation of three men: Cardinal Cristoforo Madruzzo, bishop of Trent, who had jurisdiction over the town and whose coat-of-arms appears on many of the Riva publications; R. Joseph b. Persecuted by the Inquisition for the many Hebrew books he had printed, Conti eventually left Cremona for Riva di Trento where he continued to print Hebrew books.

The Jews of Cremona were also known for wood harvesting. Jacob Marcaria (died ) is best known as operator of the Jewish printing press in Trento in the period from to Commemorative plaque for Jacob Marcaria in Riva del Garda, Italy The press was licensed under Joseph Ottolengo, a German rabbi to whom Cardinal Cristoforo Madruzzo had granted the privilege of printing Hebrew books.

Printed in Riva di Trento by Jacob Marcaria in under the sponsorship of the bishop of Trento, this copy tells us about actual collaboration and exchange between Jews and Catholics in a cultural and intellectual endeavour such as printing books in Hebrew.

“Chapters in the history of the Salonika printing press,” [Hebrew] Sefunot 13 () Katz Center - Periodicals Gallery. DSL4 S4 Van Pelt Library. DSL4 S4. Meizlish, Isaac “Addenda to the Hebrew Printing in Constantinope and Riva di Trento,” [Hebrew] Alei Sefer 1 () Katz Center - Periodicals Gallery.

ZH4 A 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.

For a few years in the middle of the sixteenth century (), a Hebrew press was active in Riva del Garda (Riva di Trento) under the management of Jacob Marcaria, a physician. The business arrangements of the press seem complicated and difficult to reconstruct (having only the evidence of the printed editions): Marcaria was printer for most of the books and may be Author: Adam Shear.

The art of Hebrew printing began in the fifteenth century, but it was the sixteenth century that saw its true sixteenth-century Hebrew books can, in fact, be seen as representative of the whole in terms of genres and (Riva di Trento, ). - the editio princeps of several collections of rabbinic responsa.

RIVA. RIVA (di Trento), town on the Lake of Garda, N. Italy. A Jewish community existed there from the 14 th century. Though expelled in as the result of the Simon of Trent blood libel, Jews returned to Riva soon after, but they were compelled to wear the *badge, pay a capitation tax, and were subject to other restrictions.

There was a Hebrew printing press in Riva, which. Search for rare and out of print Hebrew books and manuscripts. Seforim Online. Rare and Out of Print Hebrew Books and Manuscripts. Home; Riva Di Trento: Chaim Ovadyah Di Bozzolo: Saloniki: באר מים חיים. O Seforim/Hebrew books for Free in PDF Format.

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He lived in Provence in the town of Bagnols in Languedoc, France, in In the secular world he was known by his Provencal name, Leo de Balneolis. Until now, his book, Milchamot Hashem has been published twice. First, in Riva Di Trento in (# in our database) and then again in Berlin in (# in our database).

An English. He was the son of the “Ba’al Ha’Akeidah.”The printing of this edition commenced in Riva di Trento inhowever production was interrupted and eventually removed to Venice for completion. There, a new title-page was issued noting Venice as being the place of publication, although non-uniform fonts completed the volume (viz.

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Hebrew printing in Riva di Trento began inwhen Rabbi Joseph ben Nathan Ottolenghi, a yeshiva dean in Cremona, paid Cardinal Cristoforo Madruzzo for permission to publish at the press of Antonio Broën. texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK (US) Genealogy Lincoln Collection.

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In the 16th century Hebrew books were printed in various cities in Italy, such as Bologna, Verona, Treine, Mantua, Sabbioneta, Padua, Ferrara, Cremona, Rome and Riva di Trento.

Untilwhen the Inquisition was founded in Rome, the Jewish printers enjoyed considerable : Yardeni, Ada. Between and Ottolenghi published about 20 Hebrew works at the celebrated Riva di Trento press. He wrote novellae on the code of Isaac *Alfasi and compiled an index to the Mordekhai (the code of *Mordecai b.

Riva di Trento, Printed by Anthony Broin. The book was published and edited by Rabbi Ya'akov Markri'a, a native of Germany who settled in Italy and was one of the Torah scholars of Venice. He worked as a proofreader for Hebrew books which were printed in the Riva di Trento printing Seller Rating: % positive.

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