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172. • Mann, Vivian And Mari del Carmen Lacarra Ducay And Marcus B. Burke.AN UNEASY COMMUNION. JEWS, CHRISTIANS AND ALTARPIECES OF MEDIEVAL ARAGON . D Giles Ltd, 2010. 



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SEF-25-2.jpg (82186 bytes)1. • Benjamin, I. J. EIGHT YEARS IN ASIA AND AFRICA, FROM 1846 TO 1855. Hanover, Published By The Author, 1863. Hardcover, 8vo, xxii, 376 pages, map, 21 cm. 2nd edition in the English language with notes and emendations by the author during his stay in America. With a preface by Dr. Berthold Seeman. With a map, wood-cuts, and corresponding notes from Benjamin of Tudela, R. Petachia, Pedro Teixeira and Ritter's Erdkunde. An invaluable source of intimate information concerning the Jews of North Africa, the Middle East and the Far East, including India and China. On the penultimate page we find a "List of Subscribers in Bombay," namely various members of the affluent Sasoon clan. SUBJECT(S): Jews -- Politics and government. Jews -- Social conditions. Asia -- Description and travel. Africa, North -- Description and travel. Benajmin II, originally Israel Joseph Benjamin (1818-1864) was a "Romanian explorer and writer born in Falticeni, Moldavia. He engaged first in the lumber trade but after some initial success, he lost his fortune at the age of 25. Influenced by his failure and by the romantic trends of the time, he decided to emulate the medieval traveler Benjamin of Tudela. He styled himself Benjamin II and, in 1845, took to the road in search of the remnants of the Ten Lost Tribes. He traveled first to Egypt, from there through Erez Israel and Syria, and then to Armenia, Iraq, Kurdistan, Persia, India, and China. He came back by way of Afghanistan to Vienna and from there went on to Italy and to Tripoli, Tunisia, Algeria, and Morocco. Wherever his travels took him, he made a point of assembling information concerning the Jewish settlement in that place - the number of Jews of that community, how they earned their livelihood, their customs, and folklore. Although unscientific, his approach was simple and direct, and earned the praise of scholars like A. von Humboldt and A. Petermann. He described his experiences in a Hebrew travelogue, first published in French under the title Cinq annees de voyage en Orient 1846-1851. The Hebrew edition of the book, Sefer Mas'ei Yisrael, as revised by David Gordon, was published in Lyck in 1859. He published at his own expense in 1863 Nathan Hannover's Yeven Mezulah on the 17th-century Chmielnicki massacres in Poland. Over and above his literary endeavors, Benjamin undertook to ease the plight of the Jews of Morocco. He also appealed to Turkey, France, and England in an attempt to ameliorate the condition of the Jews of Kurdistan and Persia. In 1859 Benjamin II began a three-year journey through the United States, describing his travels in Drei Jahre in Amerika. He died in London in poverty while preparing another trip to the Orient" (Berenbaum and Skolnik in EJ, 2007). Benjamin's reports earned the praise of the German scholar Alexander von Humboldt. OCLC lists 19 copies worldwide. Bookplate of Mr. Elkan Nathan Adler whose father was the Chief Rabbi of the British Empire. Water staining on title page. Hinge repair. Wear to binding. Edges of pages, stained. Wear to corners and cover binding. Ex-library. Fair condition. (Sef-25-2) (ID #25200) 200.00.

SPEC-1-21.jpg (108063 bytes)2. • Noah, Mordecai. TRAVELS IN ENGLAND, FRANCE, SPAIN, AND THE BARBARY STATES IN THE YEARS 1813-14 AND 15. Kirk and Mercein; London: John Miller New York, 1819. First edition. 8vo, vi, [2], 431, [1], xlvii pages. Lacks engraved frontis portrait and 3 of 4 engraved plates. Bound in attractive modern cloth with spine label. Noah (1785-1851) was a lawyer, playwright, and journalist. He was born in Philadelphia of Portuguese-Jewish ancestry. "In 1813 [he] was appointed consul to Tunis, with a special mission to Algers. He was instructed to negotiate for the release of some Americans held as prisoners by the Algerine pirates. On May 23, 1813, he sailed from Charleston, but his vessel being captured by the British, he was taken to England and detained two months. In October he arrived in Cadiz, where he contracted with Richard R. Keene, an American who had become a Spanish subject, to effect the release of the twelve Americans … After being detained in France and Spain for more than a year, Noah finally arrived in Tunis. On July 30, 1815, he received a letter from James Monroe, secretary of state, revoking his commission and hinting at irregularities in his accounts. Monroe's treatment of Noah was never satisfactorily explained, though his association with Keene, who had been accused of treason, was doubtless detrimental … In January 1817, however, Noah received a letter from the Department of State which vindicated his conduct and returned several thousand dollars due him in the enterprise which resulted in the release of the American captives" (DAB) . Rosenbach 205; American Travellers Abroad, N17. Faint institutional blind stamp to title page, which shows heavy wear. Remainder of book is good with usual foxing. Final 2 leaves of appendix in facsimile only. An affordable copy of this very important work at one-third the normal price. (spec-1-21) (ID #19875) 1000.00.

SEF-26-1.jpg (98779 bytes)3. • Alliance Israelite Universelle. THE ALLIANCE ISRAELITE UNIVERSELLE: PUBLICATION OF THE TWENTY-FIFTH ANNIVERSARY OF ITS FOUNDATION. Paris: L’alliance, 1885. Softcover, 8vo, 88 pages. SUBJECT (S): Jews -- Societies, etc. At head of title: The Alliance israelite universelle. OCLC lists 6 copies worldwide. Bottom of last page carries signature of Rabbi Lasker, and reads “Any donation for the Alliance will be thankfully received by Dr. R. Lasker, 55 Rutland Square”. Yellowing to pages. Binding repaired. Otherwise very good condition. (Sef-26-1) (ID #25114) 125.00.




MX-33-10.jpg (84604 bytes)4. • Aguilar, Grace. edited by Isaac Leeser. THE JEWISH FAITH: ITS SPIRITUAL CONSOLATION, MORAL GUIDANCE, AND IMMORTAL HOPE. WITH A BRIEF NOTICE OF THE REASONS FOR MANY OF ITS ORDINANCES AND PROHIBITIONS. A SERIES OF LETTERS ANSWERING THE INQUIRIES OF YOUTH. 1873. Leather, Philadelphia: Printed by Sherman & Co., for the Rev. Abraham de Sola, Edition: American stereotype ed. 18vo. 446 pages. Grace Aguilar was an English novelist descended from Portugese Maranos. She was an advocate of reform and a foe, despite her close association with Christians, of the conversionists. Plagued with health problems, she died at 31, before her talent could fully mature. Most of her work was published posthumously. This volume appeared in England just a few months before her death. Isaac Leeser had earlier published Aguilar's The Spirit of Judaism, and was an admirer of hers. He made this stereotyped edition available in the United States because of "repeated demand for it having been made lately, " and calls it in his preface "her dying confession of faith. " Isaac Leeser founded the Jewish Publication Society of America and was responsible for the publication of many important works. A rare and desirable work. Singerman 1812. SUBJECT (S): Judaism -- Works to 1900. OCLC lists 2 copies worldwide of this edition, NYPL, and Nat. Library of Israel. Bound in attractive gilt embossed cover. Slight wear to covers. First and last few pages tanned. Very good condition. (MX-33-10) (ID #16197) 300.00.

SEF-25-9.jpg (97229 bytes)5. • Burder, Samuel. ORIENTAL CUSTOMS, OR, AN ILLUSTRATION OF THE SACRED SCRIPTURES: BY AN EXPLANATORY APPLICATION OF THE CUSTOMS AND MANNERS OF THE EASTERN NATIONS, AND ESPECIALLY THE JEWS, THEREIN ALLUDED TO: COLLECTED FROM THE MOST CELEBRATED TRAVELLERS...(4 VOLUMES) . London: Printed For Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown And Green, 1827. Leather with raised bands handsome leather labels, 8vo, 4 volumes, 22 cm. A new edition. SUBJECT (S): Jews -- Social life and customs. Bible -- Criticism, interpretation, etc. Includes bibliographical references and indexes. Other Titles: Illustration of the Sacred Scriptures. 4 volumes. Volume 1, 466 pages. Volume 2, 503 pages. Volume 3, 567 pages. Volume 4, 616 pages. OCLC lists 4 copies worldwide (US Mil Acad, Sydney, Vancouver School of Theol, Oxford) . Handwritten or script notes on some title pages. Some wear and some stained pages. Otherwise, very good condition. (Sef-25-9) (ID #25207) 425.00.


SEF-35-7cover.jpg (82059 bytes) SEF-35-7first page.jpg (56548 bytes)6. • METHOD HOW TO LEARN TO WRITE AND READ IN SPANISH-HEBREW OR IN ENGLISH \ METODA POR EMBEZAR A ESKRIBIR I MELDAR EN G'UDEO-ESPANYOL I ENGLEZ. New York: La Vara, 1910 - 1920 (?). (FT) Original paper wrappers, oblong 16mo, 6, 48 pages. In Ladino, English, and Yiddish and Judeo-English (!). SUBJECT(S): Ladino language -- Dictionaries -- English. Ladino language --Dictionaries -- Yiddish. Basic primer for Sephardic immigrants, with alphabet, basic vocabulary, and practical phrases such as "Have you any rooms to let?", " Let us go to Eldridge Street" , "Do you belong to a Union?". Includes sample questions and answers for a citizenship test. Phrases are presented in Ladino, English , and Yiddish, and the English is both in Latin and transliterated Hebrew characters (a sort of "Judeo-English"). Published by "La Vara", which was a humorous weekly newspaper, one of the most well known newspapers for the Sephardic community at the time. (Angel, 1981, sephardicstudies [dot] org) OCLC lists only 3 copies worldwide (Louisiana State, NYPL, and Yeshiva University). Original red wrappers brittle and very chipped, repaired with non-archival tape. Pages tanned. Text in good condition. Handwriting on inside front cover. (SEF-35-7) (ID #25341) 225.00.

SEF-13-11.jpg (178886 bytes)7. • Blondheim, D. S. LES PARLERS JUDEO-ROMANS ET LA VETUS LATINA; ETUDE SUR LES RAPPORTS ENTRE LES TRADUCTIONS BIBLIQUES EN LANGUE ROMANE DES JUIFS AU MOYEN AGE ET LES ANCIENNES VERSIONS. Paris, E. Champion, 1925. Hardcover, cxxxviii, 247 pages, 26 cm. In French. SUBJECT (S): Romance languages -- Foreign words and phrases. Latin language -- Foreign words and phrases. Jews -- History. Hebrew language -- Influence on Latin. Hebrew language -- Semantics. Linguistica Bible. Latin -- Versions -- Old Latin. At head of title: D. S. Blondheim. Reprinted in part from various periodicals. Bibliographical foot-notes. Blondheim (1884-1934) was a “U. S. Romance scholar. Born in Baltimore, Maryland, Blondheim studied at Johns Hopkins University where he became professor of Romance philology in 1924. During his studies at the Ecole des Hautes Etudes in Paris he began to work on the notes left by A. Darmesteter on the Old French glosses, over 1, 000 in number, in Rashi’s talmudic commentaries. Blondheim, after collating these with early manuscripts, restored their original form, established their exact meaning and published them as the first volume of his Les glosses francaises dans les commentaires talmudiques de Raschi. He then proceeded to study each term in all its ramifications, but on his untimely death left only 125 completed studies. They were published posthumously as the second volume of his Glosses, with his biography and a very extensive bibliography. The vast amount of historical and philological documentation gathered by Blondheim offers an invaluable source of information. Blondheim’s minor writings included many other contributions to the medieval Judeo-Romance dialects, e. G, medieval Judeo-French hymns. His indefatigable scientific endeavors did not hinder him from taking an active part in Jewish affairs, both philanthropic and Zionist. Blondheim prepared the first English translation of L. Pinsker’s Auto-Emancipation. His life ended on a tragic note. His manuscripts and papers are now in the National and University Library, Jerusalem” (Banitt in EJ, 2007) . Slight coloring to edges of pages. Light wear to cover corners. Very good condition. (Sef-13-11) (ID #24967) 275.00.

SEF-13-30.jpg (229089 bytes)8. • Crews, Cynthia Mary Jopson. RECHERCHES SUR LE JUDEO-ESPAGNOL DANS LES PAYS BALKANIQUES. Paris, E. Droz, 1935. Softcover, 8vo, 319 pages, 25 cm. In French Series: Societe de publications romanes et francaises. Publications XVI. “Thesis presented to the University of London in June 1930 for the degree of Ph. D. ” SUBJECT (S) ; Ladino language -- Balkan Peninsula. Jews -- Balkan Peninsula -- Languages. Judios en la Peninsula Balcanica. Judeo-espagnol (Langue) -- Balkans. Juifs -- Balkans. Sefarades -- Langage -- Balkans. Judeo-espagnol (langue) . Judeo-espagnol, Balkans. Bibliography on pages 47-50. Wear to edges. Wear to binding and cover binding. Hinge repair. Article tipped in. Tear through top left section of cover. Good condition. (Sef-13-30) (ID #24986) 225.00.




SEF-31-36.jpg (109596 bytes)9. • HEBREW ILLUMINATED MANUSCRIPTS FROM IBERIA. The British Library, 1992-3. Program from an exhibition in the King’s Library, November 1992 – March 1993. Illustration from the Barcelona Haggadah on cover. Background and list of exhibits on inside. Suggestions for further reading on back. (SEF-31-36) (ID #25294) 35.00.



SEF-24-4.jpg (74451 bytes)10. • Bresslau, Marcus Heinrich. Edelmann, Z?evi Hirsch. Dukes, Leopold. Pusey, E. B. TREASURES OF OXFORD: CONTAINING POETICAL COMPOSITIONS BY THE ANCIENT JEWISH AUTHORS IN SPAIN: AND COMPILED FROM MANUSCRIPTS IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY, OXFORD PART I. London: R. Groombridge And Sons, 1851. (FT) Hardcover, 8vo, xxiv, 72, 2, 3, 9-65, xxiv pages, facsim, 23 cm. In Hebrew and English . SUBJECT(S): Jewish religious poetry, Hebrew. Hebrew text included in back on p. Xxiv, [9]-65. From the library of Edward Bouverie Pusey. Dukes (Judah Loeb; 1810–1891) , was a “historian of Jewish literature. Dukes was born in Pressburg, Hungary. He was a student of R. Moses Sofer and of R. Hayyim Joseph Pollak; the latter introduced him to secular study. An inveterate, though poor, traveler, Dukes visited most of the important libraries in Europe, researching Jewish manuscripts and uncovering many hitherto unknown medieval works. His research covered various aspects of language and literature: aggadic literature, Bible exegesis, medieval Jewish literature, Hebrew grammar and the masoretic text, and talmudic maxims and truisms” (Levinger in EJ 2007) . OCLC lists 28 copies worldwide. Wear to binding. Torn edges. Bumped corners. Repair to binding. Otherwise good condition. (Sef-24-4) (ID #25163) 115.00.

SEF-23-31.jpg (180000 bytes)11. • Klagsbald, Victor. Klagsbald, David. Attal, Robert. CATALOGUE DES MANUSCRITS MAROCAINS DE LA COLLECTION KLAGSBALD. Paris: Éditions Du Centre National De La Recherche Scientifique, 1980. Paperback, 4to, 156 pages, xiii pages. Of plates. In French. Series: Études de paléographie hébraïque; SUBJECT (S): Manuscripts, Hebrew -- Netherlands -- Amsterdam -- Catalogs. Judaism -- Morocco -- Bibliography -- Catalogs. Manuscrits hébreux -- Pays-Bas -- Amsterdam -- Catalogues. Judaïsme -- Maroc -- Bibliographie -- Catalogues. Bibliothèques privées -- Pays-Bas -- Amsterdam -- Catalogues. Jodendom. Handschriften. Particuliere bibliotheken. Light creasing to cover. Very good condition. (SEF-23-31) (ID #25154) 100.00.

SEF-31-23.jpg (118794 bytes)12. • Vallicrosa, J. Millas. LOS MANUSCRITOS HEBRAICOS DE LA BIBLIOTECA CAPITULAR DE TOLEDO (OFF PRINT FROM AL-ANDALUS: REVISTA DE LAS ESCUELAS DE ESTUDIOS ARABES DE MADRID Y GRANADA, VOL. II 1934) . [Madrid]: [ESCUELAS DE ESTUDIOS ARABES DE MADRID Y GRANADA], 1934. Hardcover library binding with original paper wrappers intact, 8vo, [34] pages. Inscribed by the author. “Hebrew Manuscripts of the Library of Toledo”. Ex-library with few markings, cover and pages tanned. Light damp stain to edges. Binding solid. Good + condition. (SEF-31-23) (ID #25281) 75.00.

13. • Avrin, Leila. THE SEPHARDI BOX BINDING. Jerusalem: Magnes Press, Hebrew University, 1989. Paper wrappers, 8vo, 16 pages, [10] pages plates. Illustrated. Author’s card with signature laid in. Reprint From Library, Archives, And Information Studies. Series: Scripta Hierosolymitana; v. 29; SUBJECT (S): Libraries -- Israel. Information science -- Israel. Book industries and trade -- Israel. Books and reading -- Israel. Juifs -- Livres et lecture. Bibliothèques nationales -- Israël. Bibliothéconomie -- URSS. Bibliothéconomie -- Israël. Livres et lecture -- Israël. Archives -- Accès -- Contrôle. Imprimés hébraïques. Bibliotheekwezen. Archiefwezen. Bibliothèques -- Israël. Industrie du livre -- Israël. Very good condition. (SEF-31-12) (ID #25271) 35.00.

BIB-14-19a.jpg (41251 bytes)14. • Golb, Norman. SPERTUS COLLEGE OF JUDAICA YEMENITE MANUSCRIPTS. Chicago: Spertus College of Judaica Press, 1972. Cloth, 4to. Xv, 116 pages. Illustrated. First edition. SUBJECT (S): Manuscripts, Hebrew – Illinois – Chicago – catalogs; Manuscripts, Hebrew – facsimiles; manuscripts, Judeo-Arabic – Illinois – Chicago – catalogs; manuscripts, Judeo-Arabic – facsimiles; Jews – Yemen (Republic) – intellectual life; Spertus College of Judaica – catalogs. Born in Chicago, Golb (b. 1928) is an historian and a paleographer; he earned his Ph. D. At Johns Hopkins in 1954. “His discoveries have included the identification of Obadiah the Proselyte as author of the oldest Hebrew musical manuscript, the recovery of a Genizah document describing a prominent European convert to Judaism at the beginning of the 11th century; the discovery and decipherment of the earliest extant legal record of the Jews of Sicily and of an original autograph manuscript of Khazarian Jews of Kiev; and the identification of a Hebrew document dealing with the First Crusade. His hypothesis of the existence of a center of Jewish culture in medieval Rouen and of an important yeshivah there has recently been supported by archeological discoveries in that city. In a recent study he has concluded that the Dead Sea Scrolls originated not with a sect at Qumran but in Jerusalem, being hidden away by the Jews at the time of the First Revolt against Rome. ” (EJ) Has dust jacket. Very good condition. (BIB-4-19/20) (ID #19892/3) 30.00.

SEF-23-18.jpg (95971 bytes) SEF-23-18illus.jpg (167230 bytes)16. • Metzger, Thérèse. LES MANUSCRITS HÉBREUX COPIÉS ET DÉCORÉS À LISBONNE DANS LES DERNIÈRES DÉCENNIES DU XVE SIÈCLE. Paris: Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian, Centro Cultural Português, 1977. Hardcover, 4to, xxi, 229 pages, 38 leaves of illustrated plates. Includes a fold-out charts. In French. Series: Cultura medieval e moderna, 6; Variation: Cultura medieval e moderna, 6. SUBJECT (S): Jewish illumination of books and manuscripts. Illumination of books and manuscripts, Medieval -- Portugal -- Lisbon. Manuscripts, Hebrew -- Portugal -- Lisbon. Iluminación de libros y manuscritos -- Portugal -- Lisboa Manuscritos hebreos -- Portugal -- Lisboa Hebreeuwse handschriften. Geïllustreerde handschriften. Sed-Rajna, Gabrielle. Manuscrits hébreux de Lisbonne. Originally presented as the author's thesis, Strasbourg. Includes bibliographical references and indexes. Very good condition. (SEF-23-18) (ID #25148) 65.00.

SEF-27-22.jpg (117420 bytes)17. • Miller, Elliott. THE JEWS OF SANDOR: AN EXHIBITION ORGANIZED BY THE MAURICE SPERTUS MUSEUM OF JUDAICA. Chicago: Spertus College Of Judaica Press, 1975. Paper wrappers, square 8vo, [13]pages. With 21 black and white photographic portraits of people from the Jewish community in Sandor, “an agrarian village in Iraqi Kurdistan which ceased to exist as a unit when its people emigrated to Israel in 1950” (from Introduction) . Light soil and blue pencil mark on cover. Very good condition. (SEF-27-22) (ID #25238) 40.00.

SEF-23-23.jpg (123110 bytes)18. • Mintz, Sharon Liberman. TEXT AND CONTEXT: THE DEVELOPMENT AND DISSEMINATION OF MEDIEVAL SEPHARDIC CULTURE: AN EXHIBITION, OCTOBER 28, 1992-FEBRUARY 5, 1993, THE LIBRARY OF THE JEWISH THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY OF AMERICA, NEW YORK. New York: Library of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America, 1993. Paperback. 8vo. 107 pages. SUBJECT (S): Sephardim - Civilization - Exhibitions; Jews - Spain - Civilization - Exhibitions. OCLC lists 5 copies worldwide (Library of Congress, Univ of Maryland Col Park, Univ of N Carolina Chapel Hill, Ohio State Univ, Univ of Pennsylvania) . Very slight buckling to pages. Very Good condition. (SEF-23-23). (ID #17908) 75.00.

BIB-3-7.jpg (467130 bytes)19. • Rosenthal, A. CATALOGUE 72: RARE, UNUSUAL & STANDARD BOOKS IN SPANISH & PORTUGUESE ON MANY SUBJECTS, INCLUDING BOOKS ON SPAIN & PORTUGAL AND LATIN AMERICA IN OTHER LANGUAGES, WITH AN IMPORTANT APPENDIX OF SPANISH & PORTUGUESE JUDAICA. Oxford: A. Rosenthal, Ltd, 1960s?. Paper wrappers, 8vo. 110 pages. Illustrated. SUBJECT (S): Catalogs, booksellers' – England; Antiquarian booksellers – England; Rare books – catalogs, booksellers'; Catalogs, booksellers' – Great Britain. OCLC lists 5 copies worldwide (Princeton, Univ of Texas-Austin, Central Conn. State Univ, New York Public Library, Univ van Amsterdam) . Writing, stamp and small tear on front near top, good condition. (BIB-3-7) (ID #19852) 30.00.

20. • Salomon, H. P. ARQUIVOS DO CENTRO CULTURAL PORTUGUÊS XVII. THE MONITORIO DO INQUISIDOR GERAL OF 1536: BACKGROUND AND SOURCES OF SOME "JUDAIC" CUSTOMS LISTED THEREIN. Paris: Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian, Centro Cultural Português, 1982. Paper wrappers, Large 8vo. 41-64 (i.e. 25) pages. Nine pages of facsimile plate illustrations. In English, Portuguese, and Hebrew. SUBJECT(S): Portugal – civilization – periodicals; Inquisition – Portugal. ISSN: 0590-966X. One signature is detached, otherwise good+ condition. (MX-16-11) (ID #19835) 50.00.

21. • Zucker, George K. INTERNATIONAL DIRECTORY FOR SEPHARDIC AND ORIENTAL JEWISH STUDIES. Cedar Falls: University of Northern Iowa, 1990. Spiral, 8vo. 81 pages. In English. SUBJECT (S) Sephardim -- Study and teaching -- Directories. Jews, Oriental -- Study and teaching -- Directories. OCLC lists 9 copies worldwide. In very good condition (Bible-6-20) (ID #21085) 40.00.

SEF-14-6.jpg (136141 bytes)22. • LIBRO CATÁLOGO, SUEÑO DE ESPAÑA. 500 AÑOS DE LIBROS EN LADINO. Salamanca, Tesitex, S.L., 09/2000. Paperback, ISBN: 84-89609-42-X 140 pages. Exhibition catalog. Printed on high quality, heavy glossy paper. Loaded with color illustrations. Very Good Condition. (sef-14-6) (ID #24799) 100.00.





SEF-31-33.jpg (155029 bytes)23. • HISTORIA DE LA EDAD DE ORO: “EL JUDAISMO ESPANOL”. Paris: Alianza Israelita Universal Colegio Sefardi De Barcelona, 1991. Plastic-clip bound, 4to, 22 pages. Color illustration on cover. Illustrated throughout, includes musical notation, and poetry. In Spanish and French. “History of the Golden Age: Spanish Judaism”. Very good condition. (SEF-31-33) (ID #25291) 75.00.

24. • A JOURNEY THROUGH JEWISH SPAIN. Madrid: Secretaria General De Turismo, ca 2000. Paper wrappers, narrow 8vo, 32 pages. In English. Brief but informative illustrated guide to the Jewish quarters of Spain. Very good condition. (SEF-35-4) (ID #25338) 30.00.


SEF-13-14.jpg (262135 bytes)25. • TRIUMPH OF FAITH: THE LEGACY OF THE JEWS OF SPAIN. Jerusalem: Eretz Ha-Tzvi Inc, 1992. Softcover, 4to, 81 pages, illustrated (some color) , 27 cm. SUBJECT(S): Sephardim -- History. Jews -- Spain -- History. Cover title. At head of title: 1492-1992. A special issue of Eretz magazine. Other Titles: Legacy of the Jews of Spain; Eretz magazine. OCLC lists 7 copies worldwide. Wear to edges of cover binding and edges. Light wear. Very good condition. (Sef-13-14) (ID #24970) 40.00.

26. • Kohn-Zedek, Josef. THE TENTS OF SHEM: BEING AN ACCOUNT OF THE TRIAL OF JACOB BEN ISAAC, OF THE CITY OF MADRID, IN THE YEAR 5250 A.M., WHO WAS ACCUSED OF THE MURDER OF A CHRISTIAN CHILD. London: N. P. Valentine, 1883. Hardcover, 8vo, 16, 112 pages. In Hebrew. 1st edition. Sefer ohole Shem. Kohen-Zedek (1827–1903) , was a “Hebrew poet, writer, and publicist. Kohen-Zedek, who was born in Lvov, studied rabbinics with Solomon Kluger in Brody and S. J. Nathanson in Lvov. He first engaged – unsuccessfully – in business and then turned to literature and journalism. He published a number of collections of his patriotic poetry in honor of the Austro-Hungarian emperor – from whom he received a gold medal for art and science in 1851 – and an anthology of contemporary poetry dedicated to Moses Montefiore, Neveh Kehillah. Kohen-Zedek edited a number of more or less short-lived Hebrew periodicals: Meged YeraIm, OAr khokhmah, Ha-Yehudi ha-NiI, and Or Torah. His weekly Ha-Mevasser, which included a literary supplement, Ha-Nesher, was the first Hebrew paper in Galicia; some of the best Hebrew writers and scholars contributed to it. He himself wrote in a lively and original meli? Ah style…. Of some scholarly importance are his Sefat Emet, a polemic against Michael Rodkinson; Ohole Shem: Tents of Shem, Being an Account of the Trial of Jacob and Isaac of the City of Madrid in the Year 5202, on blood libels; Divrei ha-Yamim le-Malkhei Arefat, an edition of Joseph ha-Kohen 's chronicle with Kohen-Zedek’s introduction; and Even Bohan, an annotated edition of Kalonymus b. Kalonymus’ satirical work. …He has been called "the last publicist of the Galician Haskalah"”(Kressel in EJ, 2007) . OCLC lists three copies worldwide (Columbia, Hebrew U, Staatsbibliothek Zu Berlin) . ATtractive gold embossed border on cover. Wear to backstrip. Hinges repaired. Bookplate on inside front cover. Other wise good condition. (Rab-46-20B). (ID #25111) 200.00.

27. • Mezan, Saul. DE GABIROL À ABRAVANEL: JUIFS ESPAGNOLS, PROMOTEURS DE LA RENAISSANCE. Paris: Lipschutz, 1936. Paper wrappers, 8vo. 155 pages. In French. SUBJECT (S): Philosophy, Jewish; Philosophy, Medieval; Jews – Spain; Renaissance. OCLC lists 26 copies worldwide. Tanned, covers chipped, yellow tape on spine with author's name, good condition. (MX-16-6) (ID #19830) 100.00.

SEF-23-15.jpg (92756 bytes)28. • Netanyahu, Benzion. DON ISAAC ABRAVANEL, STATESMAN AND PHILOSOPHER. Philadelphia: Jewish Publication Society of America, 1953, 1968. Cloth, 8vo. Xii, 350 pages. SUBJECT (S): Abravanel, Isaac, 1437-1508. CONTENTS: Portugal: Happy Haven; Spain: Land of Persecution; Naples: Scene of trouble; Venice: The last Refuge; World Outlook; View of History; Political Concepts; Messianism. Born in Warsaw, Netanyahu (b. 1910) and his family moved to Tel Aviv in 1920, and in 1940, he moved to the Unite States. Beginning in his youth, he was active in the Zionist-Revisionist Party, and then the New Zionist Organization. He was editor in chief of the Encyclopedia Hebraica and the Encyclopaedia Judaica, and a professor at Dropsie College, the University of Denver, and Cornell University. (Cohen, EJ) Edgewear and small tears to jacket, Very Good condition in Good jacket. (SEF-23-15/SEF-10-15) (ID #25109/20911) 30.00.

28A. • Netanyahu, B. DON ISAAC ABRAVANEL. Statesman and Philosopher. Cornell University Press, 1998. Softcover, 350 pages. 9780801484858. This new edition includes revisions in the text, notes, and bibliography. Very Good Condition. (SEF-22A-11) (ID #25062) 30.00.

SEF-22A-2.jpg (148464 bytes)29. • (Aragon) Assis, Yom Tov. THE GOLDEN AGE OF ARAGONESE JEWRY. Community and Society in the Crown of Aragon, 1213-1327. The Littman Library of Jewish Civilization, 1997. Hardcover, 380 pages. 9781874774044. The medieval Crown of Aragon reached the peak of its power and influence in the thirteenth century, and Jews took an active part in this expansion. In this detailed and meticulously researched study Yom Tov Assis deals with many important aspects of this period, which was truly a 'Golden Age' in the history of Aragonese and Catalan Jewry, both in terms of their relationship with the Crown and of their own cultural achievements. Professor Assis provides the most extensive treatment yet of Jewish self-government in the Hispanic kingdoms and the mutual interdependence of the Jewish and Christian communities. He describes institutions in very great detail, and examines the acute social problems that arose in the Jewish community and the dissent, polemics, and controversies that divided it. He shows how the proximity of the country to France and Provence on the one hand, and to Castile and Andalusia on the other, made Catalan Jewry a point of contact between Ashkenazi and Sephardi Jewry, demonstrating the effect this had on religious and cultural life, and in particular the consequences of the growing influence in Spain of Franco-German Jewry. The book is based on a very wide variety of primary sources-Jewish and non-Jewish, archival and halakhic material, notarial and royal records-in Latin, Catalan, Aragonese, and Hebrew. By drawing on these extensive sources, the author has been able to create a comprehensive description of the social, religious, and administrative aspects of Jewish life that throws much light on the wider society and economy of that period under the Crown of Aragon. The abundant detailed source notes make this an indispensable work of reference for all scholars of medieval Spanish history. Fine condition in fine dust jacket. (SEF-22A-2) (ID #25052) 30.00.

SEF-21-4.jpg (87195 bytes)30. • (Aragon) Romano, David. JUDIOS AL SERVICIO DE PEDRO EL GRANDE DE ARAGON (1276-1285) . Barcelona: Universidad De Barcelona, Facultad De Filologia, 1983. Softcover, 8vo, 274 pages, 24 cm. In Spanish. SUBJECT (S): Jews -- Spain -- Aragon -- History. Jews in public life -- Spain -- Aragon. Judios en la vida publica -- Espana – Aragon. Joden. Ambtsdragers. Pedro III, King of Aragon, 1239-1285 -- Relations with Jews. Aragon (Spain) -- Ethnic relations. Aragon, Espana -- Relaciones etnicas. At head of title: Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Cientificas, Institucion "Mila y Fontanals, " Instituto de Filologia. Includes bibliographical references and index. Wear to cover binding. Light crease mark on cover. Very good condition. (Sef-21-4) (ID #25174) 30.00. 


SEF-19-17.jpg (185841 bytes)31. • Ashtor, Eliyahu, Aaron Klein, Jenny MacHlowitz Klein and David J Wasserstein. THE JEWS OF MOSLEM SPAIN (VOLUME 1 ONLY) . Philadelphia; Jerusalem: The Jewish Publication Society, 1973. Hardcover, 8vo, XXII-469 pages, illustrated, 21 cm. SUBJECT (S): Juifs -- Espagne -- Histoire. Espagne -- Relations interethniques. Notes bibliogr. Index. Wear to edges and corners of dust jacket. Wear to cover binding. Good condition in Good Jacket. (Sef-19-17) (ID #25047) 30.00.



SEF-19-17vol2.jpg (201300 bytes)32. • Ashtor, Eliyahu, Aaron Klein, Jenny MacHlowitz Klein and David J Wasserstein. THE JEWS OF MOSLEM SPAIN (VOLUME 2 ONLY) . Philadelphia; Jerusalem: The Jewish Publication Society, 1973. Hardcover, 8vo, 381 pages, illustrated, 21 cm. SUBJECT (S): Juifs -- Espagne -- Histoire. Espagne -- Relations interethniques. Notes bibliogr. Index. Wear to edges of dust jacket, small tear to spine of jacket. Very Good condition in Good + Jacket. (Sef-19-17b) (ID #25103) 30.00.

33. • Ashtor, Eliyahu. THE JEWS OF MOSLEM SPAIN. COMPLETE IN 3 VOLUMES. Philadelphia: Jewish Publication Society of America, 1973-1984. Cloth, 8vo, 469, 381, 310 pages, Illustrations, 22 cm. Translation of: Korot ha-Yehudim bi-Sefarad ha-Muslemit. Includes bibliographies and indexes. Subjects: Jews--Spain--History. Spain--Ethnic relations. Uniform Title: [Korot ha-Yehudim bi-Sefarad ha-Muslemit. English] translated from the Hebrew by Aaron Klein and Jenny Machlowitz Klein. Gilt lettering on spine, colored end papers, first two volumes includes illustrated maps, all three volumes in very good condition in very good jackets (SEF-23-14) (ID #10879) 75.00.

SEF-23-16.jpg (129249 bytes)34. • Baer, Yitzhak. A HISTORY OF THE JEWS IN CHRISTIAN SPAIN. 2 VOLUMES. Philadelphia, Jewish Publication Society Of America, 1966, 1961. Hardcover, 2 v. Maps (on lining papers) 22 cm. Contents: volume 1. From the age of reconquest to the fourteenth century. --volume 2. From the fourteenth century to the expulsion. SUBJECT(S): Jews -- Spain -- History. Note(s): "May by regarded as a translation of the second [Hebrew] edition. Here and there ... The text has been slightly abridged ... Elsewhere ... Principally in the notes, the translation contains material not found in either of the Hebrew editions. " Includes bibliographical references. Wear and tear to jackets. Otherwise, good condition. (k-mx-1-23/ SEF11-7) (ID #21470/20929/20959) 45.00. 

35. • Another Set. Ex library. Very Good Condition. (SEF-9-13) (ID #19429) 45.00.

36. • Another Copy. VOLUME I ONLY: " FROM THE AGE OF RECONQUEST TO THE FOURTEENTH CENTURY.". Philadelphia, Jewish Publication Society of America, 1961. 1st edition. Cloth, 8vo, vii, 463, 22 cm. Stands on its own for this period. Bookplate from previous owner on inside front cover. Very Good Condition in Very Good Jacket. (SEF-23-16/ SEF-9-14) (ID #25110/19430) 30.00. xx

SEF-21-16.jpg (174671 bytes)37. • (Barcelona) Mane, Maria Cinta and Yom Tov Assis. THE JEWS IN BARCELONA, 1213-1291: REGESTA OF DOCUMENTS FROM THE ARCHIVO CAPITULAR. Jerusalem: Ginzei Am Olam, The Central Archives For The History Of The Jewish People - Jerusalem: Hispania Judaica, Hebrew University Of Jerusalem, 1988. Softcover, 8vo, 219 pages, 24 cm. Series: Sources for the history of the Jews in Spain; 1; The Henk Schussheim memorial series. SUBJECT (S): Jews -- Spain -- Barcelona -- History -- Sources -- Abstracts. Jews -- Spain -- Barcelona -- Economic conditions -- Sources -- Abstracts. Joden. Barcelona (Spain) -- Ethnic relations -- Sources – Abstracts. Title on page 4 of cover. English and Spanish. Added cover title: Yehude Bartselonah, 1213-1291. Includes bibliographical references and indexes. Other Titles: Yehude Bartselonah, 1213-1291. Light wear. Very good condition. (Sef-21-16) (ID #25186) 125.00.


SEF-13-19.jpg (440702 bytes)38. • Beinart, Haim. MORESHET SEPHARAD THE SEPHARDI LEGACY (2 VOLUMES) . Jerusalem: Magnes Press, The Hebrew University, 1992. Hardcover, 8vo, 2 volumes, 473, 478 pages, illustrated, carte, facsim, 25 cm. SUBJECT (S): Juifs -- Espagne -- Histoire. Juifs -- Espagne -- Vie intellectuelle. Espagne -- Relations interethniques. Notes bibliography. Other Titles: Mwreset Sparad. Anglais. ; Sephardi legacy. OCLC lists 8 copies worldwide. Very good condition. (Sef-13-19) (ID #24975) 30.00.



SEF-21-20Besalu.jpg (134587 bytes)39. • (Besalu) Alanya I Roig, Josep. BESALU, VIDA I ORGANITZACIO D’UNA JUDERIA. Besalu, Spain: Ajuntament De Besalu, 1996. Softcover, 8vo, 95 pages, illustrated, 24 cm. In Catalan. SUBJECT (S): Jews -- Spain -- Besalu -- History. Besalu (Spain) -- Ethnic relations. Barrio judio (Besalu) . ; Judios; Girona; Historia; Siglos XIV-XV. ; Civilizacion judia; Girona (Espana) ; Siglos XIV-XV. Includes bibliographical references on pages 92-94. Other Titles: Besalu. OCLC lists 10 copies worldwide, only 5 in the US. Very good condition. (Sef-21-20) (ID #25191) 75.00.

40. • Borchsenius, Poul; Michael Heron. THE THREE RINGS; THE HISTORY OF THE SPANISH JEWS. London: Allen & Unwin, 1963. Hardback, 8vo. 244 pages. SUBJECT (S): Jews – Spain. SERIES: Variation: Borchsenius, Poul. ; History of the Jews ; 2. Borchsenius (b. 1897) was a Danish pastor and author. During the Nazi occupation of Denmark in World War II, [he] was an active member of the underground. He escaped to Sweden, where he engaged in welfare work among his Christian fellow-refugees. He kept in close touch with Jewish fugitives from Denmark and became an enthusiastic Zionist. (Meyer, EJ) Has tanned dust jacket. Occasional underlining, good condition. (SEF-10-3) (ID #20900) 30.00.

SEF-16-13.jpg (90726 bytes)41. • Bovill, Edward William. THE GOLDEN TRADE OF THE MOORS. London: Oxford University Press, 1968. Hardcover, 8vo, xvi, 293 pages, illustrated. Edition: 2nd edition. SUBJECT (S): Sudan (Region) – History. Includes 17 pages on Jews. Signed by author inside cover. Wear to edges and corners of dust jacket. Otherwise, very good condition. (Sef-16-13) (ID #25003) 30.00.




SEF-24-1.jpg (107521 bytes)42. • Brody, Heinrich. Karl Albrecht. Mrs. Karl Albrecht. THE NEW-HEBREW SCHOOL OF POETS OF THE SPANISH-ARABIAN EPOCH; SELECTED TEXTS WITH INTRODUCTION, NOTES AND DICTIONARY. London: Williams And Norgate; New York: Lemcke And Beuchner, 1906. (FT) Hardcover, 8vo, x, 217 pagesm 23 cm. In Hebrew. SUBJECT(S): Hebrew poetry, Medieval. Hebrew poetry, Medieval -- History and criticism. Text in Hebrew; notes in English. Includes a dictionary and an alphabetic list of the poems. Includes bibliographical references. Other Titles: New-Hebrew school of poets of the Spanish-Arabian epoch. Brody (1868–1942) , was a “researcher of Sephardi piyyutim and medieval Hebrew poetry. Brody was born in Ungvar (Uzhgorod) , Hungary, the son of Solomon Zalman Brody, the grandson of Solomon Ganzfried, author of Kizzur Shulhan Arukh. Brody studied at the Bratislava (Pressburg) Yeshivah and at the Rabbinical Seminary in Berlin where he also attended university and came under the influence of Abraham Berliner and Moritz Steinschneider. Brody intended to publish the works of all the important medieval Hebrew poets. In 1897 he began to publish the poems of Solomon ibn Gabirol, in 1910, those of Samuel ha-Nagid, and in 1926, Mahberot Immanuel of Immanuel of Rome; but for various reasons these editions, too, were not completed. Brody became a Zionist while serving as rabbi in Nachod, Bohemia. In 1905 he coauthored with K. Albrecht an anthology of Hebrew poetry of the Spanish-Arabic school entitled Sha'ar ha-Shir (English ed, 1906) . Years after Brody's death, H. Schirmann published under Brody's and his own name the critical edition of Ibn Gabirol's secular poetry” (Habermann in EJ 2007) . Water damage to top of book. Bumped corners and edges. Otherwise good condition. (Sef-24-1) (ID #25160) 55.00.

SEF-21-15.jpg (137311 bytes)43. • Carpenter, Dwayne E. and Alphonse X. ALFONSO X AND THE JEWS. Berkeley; Los Angeles; London: University Of California Press, 1986. Paperback, 8vo, XII-160 pages, 26 cm. Series: University of California publications in modern philology, 115. Variation: University of California publications in modern philology; 115. SUBJECT (S): Juifs -- Statut juridique -- Espagne -- Castille (Espagne) -- 13e siecle. Juifs -- Statut juridique -- Espagne -- Castille (Espagne) -- 13e siecle -- Sources. Jews -- Legal status, laws, etc -- Spain -- History -- Sources. Jews -- Spain -- History -- Sources. Alfonso X (King of Castile and Leon; 1221-1284) . Alphonse X (roi de Castille et de Leon; 1221-1284) -- Contribution au droit. Alphonse X (roi de Castille et de Leon; 1221-1284) -- Et les Juifs. Trad. Anglaise suivie du texte original espagnol. Bibliography on pages 139-155. Index. Other Titles: De los judios. Wear and light chipping to edges of cover, binding and spine. Bumped corners. Otherwise, very good condition. (Sef-21-15) (ID #25185) 90.00.

SEF-26-6.jpg (83068 bytes)44. • (Catalonia) Associacio D’estudiosos Del Judaisme Catala A Tarrega. CONSTITUCIO DE L’ASSOCIACIO D’ESTUDIOSOS DEL JUDAISME CATALA A TARREGA. Tàrrega [Spain]: Museu Comarcal, 1985. Softcover, 8vo, 74 pages, illustrations, portraits, 22 cm. In Catalan. SUBJECT (S): Jews -- Spain -- Catalonia -- History. Jews -- Spain -- Tárrega -- History. Geographic: Catalonia (Spain) -- History. Tarrega (Spain) -- History. Cover title. Text partly in Hebrew. Includes bibliographical references. OCLC lists 6 copies worldwide. Lightly bumped corners. Very good condition. (Sef-26-6) (ID #25119) 65.00.

45. • (Catalonia) Associació D'Estudiosos Del Judaisme Català. CALLS (COMPLETE IN FOUR VOLUMES) . Tarrega: Associacío D'Estudiosos Del Judaisme Català, 1986-1990. Paper wrappers, 8vo, Annual periodical. In Catalan. Four volumes: vol. 1, 132 pages; vol. 2, 209 pages; vol. 3, 140 pages; vol. 4. 161 pages. SUBJECT (S): Jews -- Spain -- Catalonia -- Periodicals. Very good condition. (SEF-31-8) (ID #25267) 300.00.

SEF-16-10.jpg (102656 bytes)46. • (Catalonia) Gifreu, Patrick. CHANTS DE NOCES DES JUIFS CATALANS. Narbonne: Mare Nostrum, . Softcover, 8vo, 69 pages, 24 cm. In Catalan. Series: Terra incognita. SUBJECT (S): Chants nuptiaux -- Espagne -- Catalogne. Juifs -- Espagne -- Catalogne -- Folklore. Catalan poetry -- Jewish authors. Epithalamia. Catalan language -- Dialects. Poetical Songs. Other Titles: Cants de noces dels jueus catalans. Francais. OCLC lists 18 copies worldwide. Light wear to cover binding. Very good condition. (Sef-16-10) (ID #25000) 75.00.



SEF-16-4.jpg (289962 bytes)47. • (Catalonia) Klein, Elka. HEBREW DEEDS OF CATALAN JEWS, 1117-1316. Barcelona: Societat Catalana D’estudis Hebraics; Girona: Patronat Municipal Call De Girona, 2004. Sofctcover, 8vo, 236 pages, facsims, 24 cm. In English and Catalan; Hebrew transcriptions of documents. SUBJECT (S): Jews -- Legal status, laws, etc. -- Spain -- Catalonia -- History -- To 1500 -- Sources. Legal instruments -- Spain -- Catalonia -- History -- To 1500 -- Sources. Legal instruments (Jewish law) -- History -- To 1500 -- Sources. Jewish deeds -- History -- To 1500 -- Sources. Jews -- Spain -- Catalonia -- History -- To 1500 -- Sources. Includes bibliographical references on pages 195-199. Other Titles: Documents hebraics de la Catalunya medieval. Very good condition. (Sef-16-4) (ID #24994) 100.00.

SEF-31-31.jpg (307253 bytes)48. • (Catalonia) Museu D'Història De Catalunya. JEWISH CATALONIA. Barcelona: Àmbit Serveis Editorials, 2002. Paperback, 4to, 272 pages. In English. Catalog from an exhibition at the Museum of the History of Catalonia. Beautiful, high quality color photographs and reproductions throughout. Essays by Eduard Feliu, Yom Tov Assis, and others on Hebrew texts from the Jewish Community in Catalonia, daily life in the Jewish quarter, Jews in Contemporary Catalonia, and much more. SUBJECT (S): Jews -- Spain -- Catalonia -- History -- Exhibitions. OCLC lists 5 copies worldwide. Includes bibliographical references (p. 255-261) and index. Very good + condition. (SEF-31-31) (ID #25289) 125.00.

SEF-26-9.jpg (122403 bytes)49. • (Catalonia) Societat Catalana D’estudis Hebraics. TAMID (VOLUMES 1-3) . Barcelona: Societat Catalana D’estudis Hebraics, 1997-99. Softcover, 8vo, Vol. 1, 270 pages; Vol. 2, 279 pages; Vol. 3, 275 pages. Illustrations, 24 cm. In Catalan. SUBJECT (S): Jews -- Spain -- Catalonia -- Periodicals. Judaism -- Spain -- Catalonia -- Periodicals. Jews -- Study and teaching -- Periodicals. Judaism -- Study and teaching -- Periodicals. Latest issue consulted: 4 (2002/2003) . OCLC lists 23 copies worldwide. Lightly bumped corners. Excellent condition. (Sef-26-9) (ID #25122) 125.00.



SEF-32-4.jpg (170620 bytes)50. • Chamorro, Koldo. RAICES JUDIAS EN ESPANA: JEWISH ROOTS IN SPAIN. Madrid?: Iberia Lineas Aereas De Espana, 1988. Softcover, 8vo, 120 pages, 1 volume, chiefly color illustrations, 27 cm. In Spanish. SUBJECT (S): Descriptor: Jews -- Spain -- Pictorial works. Sephardim -- Spain -- Pictorial works. Arte -- Espana -- Influencia judia. Arquitectura -- Espana -- Influencia judia. Joden. Geographic: Spain -- Ethnic relations. Espana -- Civilizacion -- Influencia judia. Spanish and English. OCLC lists 28 copies worldwide. Excellent condition. (Sef-32-4) (ID #25298) 100.00.

51. • Distrimapas-Telstar. ; Red De Juderias De Espana-Caminos De Sefarad. CAMINOS DE SEFARAD. Red De Juderias De Espana-Caminos De Sefarad, 2001. Fold-out color Map. 67 x 92 cm. In Spanish. Incluye las distancias kilometricas entre capitales de provincias espanolas y entre ciudades portuguesas. Al verso: Planos de las juderias nombradas en el titulo de la cubierta con una pequena descripcion geografica e historica y fotografias en color. Other Titles: Espana Juderias 2001.; Caceres; Juderias; 2002.; Cordoba; Juderias; 2002.; Gerona; Juderias; 2002.; Hervas (Caceres) ; Juderias; 2002.; Oviedo (Asturias) ; Juderias; 2002.; Ribadavia (Orense) ; Juderias; 2002.; Segovia; Juderias; 2002.; Toledo; Juderias; 2002.; Tortosa (Tarragona) ; Juderias; 2002.; Tudela (Navarra) ; Juderias; 2002. Map. Light wear. Very good condition. (Sef-33-19) (ID #25324) 30.00.

52. • Doron, Aviva. THE HERITAGE OF THE JEWS OF SPAIN: PROCEEDINGS OF THE FIRST INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS TEL AVIV, 1-4 JULY 1991. Tel Aviv: Levinsky College of Education, 1994. Paperback, 8vo. 194, 218 pages. First edition. In English and Hebrew. SUBJECT (S): Jews – Spain; Congresses – Jewish. OCLC lists 4 copies worldwide (British Library, Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, Bibliotheek van de Univ van Amsterdam, UNISA-Muckleneuk) . Edgeworn, good+ condition. (SEF-10-4) (ID #20901) 150.00.

SEF-25-5.jpg (85000 bytes)53. • Fischel, Walter Joseph. IBN KHALDUN AND JOSIPPON. Barcelona, Consejo Superior De Investigaciones Cientificas, 1954. Softcover, 8vo, 11 pages, 25 cm. SUBJECT (S): Ibn Khaldun, 1332-1406. Josippon. Separata del homenaje a Millas-Vallicrosa, volume 1. OCLC lists 2 copies worldwide (Hebrew Union, Nat Libr of Israel) . Light wear. Name of pervious owner handwritten on top cover corner. Very good condition. (Sef-25-5) (ID #25203) 30.00.

54. • (Gibraltar) Katz, Nathan and Ellen S. Goldberg; Sawchuck, Lawrence and Doris Ann Herring. “JEWISH ‘APARTHEID’ AND A JEWISH GANDHI” AND “HISTORIC PATTERNS IN THE SEPHARDIM OF GIBRALTAR, 1704 TO 1939” (FROM JEWISH SOCIAL STUDIES) . Bound in modern wrappers, article removed from complete issue, 53 pages. First article discusses the Jews of Cochin. Second article discusses Jewish community in Gibraltar, with maps, tables, and charts. Corners of some pages creased. Very good condition. (SEF-35-24) (ID #25388) 30.00.

55. • (Girona). THE JEWS OF GIRONA. Ajuntament De Girona, ca 2000. Paper brochure, [7] pages. Full color brochure for tourists on the history of Jews in Girona. With small map of the Jewish quarter. Very god condition. (SEF-35-6) (ID #25340) 30.00.

SEF-21-22.jpg (107431 bytes)56. • (Girona) Alberch I Fugueras, Ramon. THE 'CALL, ' OR, JEWRY OF GIRONA. Barcelona: Columna Pub. House, 1995. Softcover, long 12mo, 123 pages, illustrated, 20 cm. 1st English edition. SUBJECT (S): Jews -- Spain -- Gerona (Province) -- History. Gerona (Spain: Province) -- Ethnic relations. Includes bibliographical references on page 123. Other Titles: Guide to the Girona Jewry. Very good condition. (Sef-21-22) (ID #25193) 75.00.





SEF-27-18.jpg (179800 bytes)57. • (Girona) Alberch, R. ; Arago, N. J. THE JEWS IN GIRONA. Diputacio De Girona, 1994. Paperback, square 8vo, 96 pages. Illustrated guide to the history and culture of the Jewish community of Girona, a city in the Northeast of Catalonia, Spain. Full of photographs, drawings and maps. Very good condition. (SEF-27-18) xx (ID #25234) 30.00.


SEF-21-13.jpg (141211 bytes)58. • (Girona) Escriba, Gemma and Maria Pilar Frago I Perez. DOCUMENTS DELS JUEUS DE GIRONA (1124-1595): ARXIU HISTORIC DE LA CIUTAT, ARXIU DIOCESA DE GIRONA. Girona: Ajuntament De Girona, 1992. Softcover, 8vo, 383 pages, 25 cm. In Catalan. Series: Col-leccio Historia de Girona; 12. SUBJECT (S): Jews -- Spain -- Gerona -- History -- Sources -- Abstracts. Joden. Gerona (Spain) -- Ethnic relations -- Sources -- Abstracts. Introductory material in English, French, and Spanish. Includes bibliographical references on pages 370-383 and index. Also issued online. Chipping and wear to edges of cover and binding. Light wear. Otherwise, very good condition. (Sef-21-13) (ID #25183) 65.00.


SEF-21-20Cinq.jpg (87177 bytes)59. • (Girona) Leselbaum, Charles. CINQ SIECLES DE VIE JUIVE A GERONE: ACTES DU COLLOQUE, 20-21 NOVEMBRE 1988. Paris: Editions Hispaniques, 1992. Paperback, 8vo, 146 pages, 24 cm. In French. Series: Collection "Theses, memoires et travaux". ; Serie Etudes catalanes; 3. Contents: Les juifs dans les royaumes chretiens iberiques a la fin du Moyen Age; Beatrice Leroy -- Les juifs de Gerone (Xe-XVe siecles) ; Ramon Alberch I Fugueras – L’inscription synagogale d’Olot; Gerard Nahon -- Les bibles peninsulaires; Monique Boaziz Aboulker -- Les juifs catalans face aux chretiens; David Romano -- Jacques Ier le Conquerant et les juifs de Montpelier; Richard Ayoun -- Le rabbin Moshe Ben Nahman et la controverse de Barcelone; Robert Chazan -- Existe-t-il un judeo-catalan calque? --oui! ; Haim Vidal Sephiha. SUBJECT(S): Jews -- Spain -- Gerona -- Congresses. Gerona (Spain) -- Ethnic relations -- Congresses. At head of title: Universite de Paris-Sorbonne (Paris IV) , Centre d’etudes catalanes. Includes bibliographical references. OCLC lists 27 copies worldwide. Crease mark across front cover. Wear to edges of cover and cover binding. Otherwise, very good condition. (Sef-21-20) (ID #25190) 65.00.

60. • (Girona) Nadal I Farreras, Joaquim. GIRONA; HISTORIA I HERENCIA JUEVA. Girona: Patronat Municipal “call De Girona”, 1990-1994?. Softcover, 8vo, 139 pages, illustrated, maps, 21 cm. In Catalan. SUBJECT (S): Jews -- Spain -- Gerona -- History. Gerona (Spain) -- History. In Catalan, English, French, Hebrew, and Spanish. OCLC lists 7 copies worldwide. Wear to cover binding. Notes and markings throughout book. Light crease marks to cover. Otherwise, good condition. (Sef-35-35) (ID #25434) 75.00.

SEF-22-14.jpg (146216 bytes)61. • (Girona) Romano, David. PER A UNA HISTORIA DE LA GIRONA JUEVA (VOLUMES I AND II) . Girona: Ajuntament De Girona, 1988. Softcover, 8vo, 2 volumes, 788 pages, illustrations, 25 cm. In Catalan. SUBJECT (S): Jews -- Spain -- Gerona -- History. Gerona (Spain) -- Ethnic relations. Includes bibliographical references and index. Bumped corners and edges. Otherwise excellent condition. (Sef-22-14) (ID #25420) 225.00.



SEF-13-16.jpg (199844 bytes)62. • Harvey, L. P. ISLAMIC SPAIN, 1250 TO 1500. Chicago: University Of Chicago Press, 1990. Softcover, 8vo, xiv, 370 pages, 1 page of plates: maps, 24 cm. SUBJECT (S) ; Muslims -- Spain -- History. Mudejares. Nasrides. Musulmans -- Espagne -- Histoire. Mudejars. Nasrides. Islam. Mudejaren. Spain -- History -- 711-1516. Granada (Kingdom) -- History. Espagne -- Histoire -- 711-1516. Grenade (Royaume) -- Histoire. Muslims; History; Spain. Includes bibliographical references on pages 341-359 and index. Very good condition. (Sef-13-16) (ID #24972) 30.00.



SEF-13-20.jpg (163239 bytes)63. • Harvey, L. P. MUSLIMS IN SPAIN, 1500 TO 1614. Chicago, Ill.: University Of Chicago Press; Bristol: University Presses Marketing, 2006. Softcover, 8vo, xii, 448 pages, map, 23 cm. Contents: the beginnings of Crypto-Islam in the Iberian Peninsula – Spain’s Muslims under a new order -- The Muslims of Aragon and Valencia up to their forcible conversion -- Crypto-Muslims in the lands of the crowns of Castile and Aragon, 1525-60 -- The intellectual life of Spain’s clandestine Muslims -- Crisis and war: Granada, 1567-71 -- Assimilation or rejection?: the 1570s and 1580s -- The last books written in Arabic in al-Andalus and the question of assimilation -- Expulsion -- International relations -- Aftermath -- Hornachos: a special case. SUBJECT (S): Moriscos -- History. Muslims -- Spain -- History. Spain -- History -- Ferdinand and Isabella, 1479-1516. Spain -- History -- House of Austria, 1516-1700. Originally published: 2005. Includes bibliographical references and index. “The year’s most rewarding historical work is L. P. Harvey’s Muslims in Spain 1500 to 1614, a sobering account of the various ways in which a venerable Islamic culture fell victim to Christian bigotry. Harvey never urges the topicality of his subject on us, but this aspect inevitably sharpens an already compelling book. ”—Jonathan Keats, Times Literary Supplement. Very good condition. (Sef-13-20) (ID #24976) 30.00.

SEF-30-1.jpg (84263 bytes)64. • Horowitz, Carmi. THE JEWISH SERMON IN 14TH CENTURY SPAIN: THE DERASHOT OF R. JOSHUA IBN SHU’EIB. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University, Center For Jewish Studies: Distributed By Harvard University Press, 1989. Softcover, 8vo, ix, 206 pages, 24 cm. SUBJECT (S): Descriptor: Jewish sermons -- History and criticism. Judaism -- Spain -- History. Includes indexes. Bibliography: p. 191-200. Lightly bumped edges and corners. Excellent condition. (Sef-30-1) (ID #25246) 15.00.



SEF-22-5.jpg (142923 bytes)65. • Jacobs, Joseph. AN INQUIRY INTO THE SOURCES OF THE HISTORY OF THE JEWS IN SPAIN. London: David Nutt, 1894. Hardcover, 8vo, xlvii, 263 pages, 23 cm. Other Titles: Sources of Spanish Jewish history. ; Spanish Jewish history. OCLC lists 2 copies worldwide (CUNY, National Library of Sweden) . Bumped corners and edges. Wear to binding. Very good condition. (Sef-22-4/5) xx (ID #25411) 200.00.



SEF-25-18.jpg (101796 bytes)66. • Leroy, Beatrice. L’AVENTURE SEFARADE. Paris: A. Michel, 1986. Softcover, 8vo, 210 pages, 21 cm. In French. Series: L’Aventure humaine; Variation: Aventure humaine (Albin Michel (Firm) ) . SUBJECT(S): Jews -- Spain -- History. Sephardim -- History. Juifs -- Espagne -- Histoire. Sefarades -- Histoire. Spain -- Ethnic relations. Espagne -- Relations interethniques. Bibliography on pages 201-206. Light wear. Very good condition. (Sef-25-18) (ID #25216) 30.00.

67. • Levin, M. IBERIA: BILDER AUS DER SPANISCH-JUDISCHEN GESCHICHTE. Berlin: Ferd. Dümmlers Verlg, 1885 . Paper Wrappers , 12mo. 95 pages. In German. SUBJECT (S): Jews -- Spain. OCLC lists 5 copies worldwide (Hebrew Union College, University of Pennsylvania, University of Pennsylvania Center for Judaic Studies, University of Toronto, London Library) . Pages slightly crumbling at edges. In fair condition. (GER23-17) (ID #20337) 30.00.

SEF-22-3.jpg (279672 bytes)68. • Lindo, Elias Hiam. THE HISTORY OF THE JEWS OF SPAIN AND PORTUGAL, FROM THE EARLIEST TIMES TO THEIR FINAL EXPULSION FROM THOSE KINGDOMS, AND THEIR SUBSEQUENT DISPERSION. WITH COMPLETE TRANSLATIONS OF ALL THE LAWS MADE RESPECTING THEM DURING THEIR LONG ESTABLISHMENT. IN THE IBERIAN PENINSULA. London, Longman, Brown, Green & Longmans, 1848. Hardcover, 8vo, xiv, 384 pages, 2 pl. Fold. Facsim. 23 cm. SUBJECT (S): Jews -- Spain. Jews -- Portugal. Sephardim. Repair to binding. Bumped corners and edges. Good condition. (Sef-22-3) (ID #25410) 85.00.

SEF-21-12.jpg (136662 bytes)69. • (Madrid) Cabezas, Juan Antonio. MADRID Y SUS JUDIOS. Madrid: Avapies, 1987. Paperback, large 12mo, 206 pages, illustrated, 20 cm. In Spanish. SUBJECT (S): Jews -- Spain -- Madrid -- History. Madrid (Spain) -- Ethnic relations. Bibliography on pages 205-206. Hinge repair. Light chipping to edges of cover and cover binding. Very good condition. (Sef-21-12) (ID #25182) 30.00.

70. • Mann, Vivian B, Thomas F. Glick and Jerrilynn Denise Dodds. CONVIVENCIA: JEWS, MUSLIMS, AND CHRISTIANS IN MEDIEVAL SPAIN. New York: G. Braziller In Association With The Jewish Museum, 1992. Softcover, 4to, xiii, 263 pages, illustrated (some color) , 26 cm. 1st Edition. Contents: Convivencia: An introductory note; Thomas F. Glick -- Jews, Christians, and Muslims in medieval Iberia: Convivencia through the eyes of Sephardic Jews; Benjamin R. Gampel -- Hebrew Poetry in medieval Iberia; Raymond P. Scheindlin -- Social perception and literary portrayal: Jews and Muslims in medieval Spanish literature; Dwayne E. Carpenter -- Science in medieval Spain: the Jewish contribution in the context of Convivencia; Glick -- Mudejar tradition and the synagogues of medieval Spain: cultural identity and cultural hegemony; Jerrilynn D. Dodds -- Hebrew illuminated manuscripts from the Iberian Peninsula; Gabrielle Sed-Rajna -- Material culture in medieval Spain; Juan Zozaya. SUBJECT(S): Jews -- Spain -- Civilization. Joden. Cultuurgeschiedenis. Culturele invloeden. Islamieten. Christenen. Espagne -- Relations interethniques – Moyen age. Juifs -- Espagne -- Moyen age. Arabes -- Espagne. Espagne -- Conditions sociales -- 0711-1516. Spain -- Civilization -- 711-1516. Spain -- Civilization -- Jewish influences. Spain -- Ethnic relations. Espagne -- Relations interethniques. Espagne -- Civilisation -- 711-1516. Espagne -- Civilisation -- Influence juive. Espagne -- Civilisation -- Influence islamique. Published in conjunction with an exhibition of the same name held at the Jewish Museum, New York. Includes bibliographical references on pages 251-259. Light wear. Very good condition. (Sef-33-1) (ID #25307) 30.00.

SEF-21-17.jpg (115820 bytes)71. • Mitre Fernandez, Emilio. CRISTIANOS, MUSULMANES Y HEBREOS: LA DIFICIL CONVIVENCIA DE LA ESPANA MEDIEVAL. Madrid: Anaya, 1988. Hardcover, 12mo, 128 pages, color illustrations, 20 cm. In Spanish. Series: Biblioteca iberoamericana; no. 32; Variation: Biblioteca iberoamericana (Madrid, Spain) ; no. 32. SUBJECT(S): Christianity -- Spain. Islam -- Spain. Judaism -- Spain. Sefarditas -- Espana. Mahometanos -- Espana. Cristianos -- Espana. Civilizacion Islamica. Spain -- Religion. Espana -- Civilizacion -- 711-1516. Espana -- Historia -- 711-1516. Bibliography on page 125. Very good condition. (Sef-21-17) (ID #25187) 75.00.


SEF-21-18.jpg (99113 bytes)72. • Nahmanides. LA DISPUTE DE BARCELONE. SUIVI DU COMMENTAIRE SUR ESAIE 52-53. France: Verdier, 1984. Softcover, 12mo, 96 pages, 22 cm. In French. Series: Collection "Les Dix paroles". SUBJECT (S): Christianity -- Controversial literature. Judaism -- Apologetic works. Religious disputations. Christianisme -- Ouvrages de controverse. Judaisme -- Ouvrages apologetiques. Disputations. Disputations -- Histoire -- 13e siecle. Bible. A. T. Isaie LII-LIII -- Commentaires. Other Titles: Dispute de Barcelone. Commentaire sur Esaie 52-53. Light wear. Very good condition. (Sef-21-18) (ID #25188) 30.00.




SEF-30-10.jpg (50818 bytes)73. • Nahmanides, Cristia, Pau; Riera I Sans, Jaume; Feliu I Mabres, Eduard. DISPUTA DE BARCELONA DE 1263 ENTRE MESTRE MOSSE DE GIRONA I FRA PAU CRISTIA. Barcelona: Columna, 1985. Softcover, 8vo, xiv, 95 pages, 21 cm. In Catalan. SUBJECT (S): Descriptor: Christianity -- Controversial literature. Judaism -- Apologetic works. Barcelona Disputation, Barcelona, Spain, 1263. Translation of: V? Ikuah ha-Ramban. Includes bibliographical references. OCLC lists 31 copies worldwide. Bumped corners and edges. Excellent condition. (Sef-30-10) (ID #25255) 95.00.



SEF-21-2.jpg (102934 bytes)74. • (Navarra) Garcia-Arenal, Mercedes and Beatrice Leroy. MOROS Y JUDIOS EN NAVARRA EN LA BAJA EDAD MEDIA. Madrid: Hiperion, 1984. Softcover, 8vo, 256 pages, maps, 24 cm. In Spanish. Series: Libros Hiperion; 76. Contents: Los moros de Navarra en la baja Edad Media; Mercedes Garcia-Arenal -- Los judios de Navarra al final de la Edad Media; Beatrice Leroy. SUBJECT (S): Muslims -- Navarre (Kingdom) . Jews -- Navarre (Kingdom) . Muslims -- Navarre (Kingdom) -- History -- Sources. Jews -- Navarre (Kingdom) -- History -- Sources. Muslims -- Spain. Jews -- Spain. Moros en Navarra (Reino) . Navarre (Kingdom) -- History -- Sources. "Apendice documental" on pages 199-249. Includes bibliographical references and indexes. Also issued online. Light wear to edges of cover binding. Very good condition. (Sef-21-2) (ID #25172) 90.00.

SEF-27-7.jpg (89592 bytes)76. • Neuman, Abraham A. THE JEWS IN SPAIN: THEIR SOCIAL, POLITICAL AND CULTURAL LIFE DURING THE MIDDLE AGES. Philadelphia: Jewish Publication Society of America, 1942. Cloth. 8vo. Complete in 2 volumes. Illustrated, maps on endpapers. The story of Jewish life in Spain during the Middle Ages takes on startling timeliness. The fate of the Jews in the Iberian Peninsula during those dark ages appears almost like a preview of Jewish life in Nazi Germany, so striking is the parallel between them. Volume One is a political-economic study. SUBJECT (S): Jews - Spain; Joden; Middeleeuwen. Ex-library with minimal markings. Faint spots on covers, bumped corner. In Very Good condition. (ComHist-8-8/ Sef-35-36/ mx-31-9) (ID #19958/25436/21421) 40.00. xx

77. • Another Set. Ex-library with minimal markings. Bumped corners, very good condition. (SEF-9-15/SEF11-6) . (ID #19431/20958/20928) 40.00. xxx

78. • Another Copy. VOLUME 2 ONLY (OF 2) . Philadelphia: Jewish Publication Society of America, 1944. Second printing. Cloth. 8vo. 399 pages. Illustrated. Volume 2. In Very Good condition. (SEF-9-3) . (ID #19419) 30.00.

79. • Roth, Cecil. MEMORABLE RELACION DE YSHAC JESURUN. Madrid, Instituto Arias Montano, 1946. Paper Wrappers, 16 pages Offprint from Sefarad, Vol. VI, Num. 2, pages 313-329. Bound in distinct cover and no text on rear of last page and thus not simply a clipped article. Includes gift card from Roth laid in. Light browning to covers, Very Good Condition. (mx-7-37) (ID #19407) 35.00.

SEF-24-10.jpg (143435 bytes)80. • Schirmann, Jefim. LES CONTES RIMES DE JACOB BEN ELEAZAR DE TOLEDE. Paris: G. P. Maisonneuve Et Larose, 1962. Softcover, 8vo, pages 285-297 (i.e. 12 pages) , 25 cm. In French. Offprint. SUBJECT(S): Maqamah, Hebrew. Cover title. “Extrait des Etudes d’Orientalisme dediees a la memoire de Levi-Provencal”--Cover. Includes bibliographical references. Schirmann (1904–1981) , was a “scholar of medieval Hebrew poetry. Born in Kiev. He was a member of the Israel Academy of Sciences and Humanities and of the Academy of the Hebrew Language. In 1957 he was awarded the Israel Prize for Jewish Studies. Schirmann's research spans the entire range of medieval Hebrew poetry. He began his activities by investigating the Hebrew poetry of Spain, both as an independent area of research and also with reference to its links with Arabic literature. At the same time he studied Italian Hebrew poetry. Schirmann laid the foundations for modern research and critical evaluation of secular and sacred Hebrew poetry, as well as of the rhymed tales composed by the Jews of Spain and Italy. Schirmann's later researches were devoted primarily to early medieval Hebrew poetry. Schirmann's numerous publications and long teaching career led to the creation of a new attitude toward research in medieval Hebrew culture. His approach to the Hebrew intellectual creativity of the Middle Ages was within the wider context of general contemporary culture, and he emphasized its connection with other cultures and literary creativities” (Fleischer and Pagis in EJ 2007) . Light staining to cover. Lightly bumped corners. Very good condition. (Sef-24-10) (ID #25169) 30.00.

SEF-14-5.jpg (98257 bytes)81. • Solà-Solè, Josep M; Samuel G. Armistead; Joseph H. Silverman. -. HISPANIA JUDAICA III, LANGUAGE. Barcelona, Libros Puvill, S.A., 1984. Paper Wrappers, ISBN: 84-85202-40-6 141 pages. Complete thus; the other two volumes in the series, Studies on the history, language and literature of the Jews in the hispanic world, deal with, respectively, history and literature. Very Good Condition. (sef-14-5) (ID #24801) 40.00.

83. • Pereira, Germán. ISABEL LA CATÓLICA Y LOS JUDÍOS DE ESPAÑA. Buenos Aires: NO Publisher, 1974. Paperback, 12mo. 163 pages. . In Spanish. SUBJECT (S): Spanish language; Isabella I, la Católica, Queen of Spain, 1451-1504. OCLC lists 6 copies worldwide. Good condition. (SPAN-5-2) (ID #18308) 50.00.

84. • Torroba Bernaldo De Quiros, Felipe. THE SPANISH JEWS. Madrid: Sucs. De Rivadeneyra, No Date (1965? ) . Paper Wrappers. Small 8vo. 372 pages. SUBJECT(S): Jews-Spain-History-Sephardim History-Sefarden. Has dust jacket. Ex library with minimal markings. Text in beautiful condition. Good condition. (SEF-9-9) (ID #19425) 30.00.

SEF-21-1.jpg (147976 bytes)85. • (Valencia) Burns, Robert Ignatius. MUSLIMS, CHRISTIANS, AND JEWS IN THE CRUSADER KINGDOM OF VALENCIA: SOCIETIES IN SYMBIOSIS. Cambridge, New York: Cambridge University Press, 1984. Hardcover, 8vo, xx, 363 pages, illustrated, 24 cm. Series: Cambridge Iberian and Latin American studies. SUBJECT (S): Muslims -- Spain -- Valencia (Region) . Christians -- Spain -- Valencia (Region) . Jews -- Spain -- Valencia (Region) . Acculturation -- Spain -- Valencia (Region) -- History. Sociale geschiedenis. Joden. Islamieten. Christenen. Musulmans -- Espagne -- Valence (Region) . Chretiens -- Espagne -- Valence (Region) . Juifs -- Espagne -- Valence (Region) . Acculturation -- Espagne -- Valence (Region) -- Civilisation. Valencia (Spain: Region) -- Civilization. Valencia (Spain: Region) -- Social conditions. Valencia (Spain: Region) -- Religion. Valence (Espagne: Region) -- Civilisation. Spain; Valencia (Kingdom) . ; Religious groups; Social interactions, 1200-1300. Bibliography on pages 331-345. Includes index. Wear to binding. Light wear to edges of dust jacket. Very good condition in dust jacket. (Sef-21-1) (ID #25171) 45.00.

SEF-24-6.jpg (99130 bytes)86. • (Valls) Secall I Guell, Gabriel. ELS JUEUS DE VALLS I LA SEVA EPOCA. Valls: Seri-Graf, 1980. Softcover, 8vo, 475 pages. In Catalan. “The Jews of Valls in the Middle Ages” SUBJECT (S): Jews — Spain — Valls — History. Valls (Spain) — Ethnic relations. Bibliography: p. 448-464.OCLC lists 1 copy worldwide (Universitatsbibliothek Tubingen) . Bumped corners. Wearing of dust jacket. Very good condition. (Sef-24-6) (ID #25165) 150.00.



SEF-30-2.jpg (89225 bytes)87. • Vera, Francisco. LOS JUDIOS ESPANOLES Y SU CONTRIBUCION A LAS CIENCIAS EXACTAS. Buenos Aires, 1948. Hardcover, 8vo, 251 pages. In Spanish. OCLC lists 1 copy worldwide (British Library) . Ex library with usual markings. Yellowing of pages. Bumped corners and edges. Binding repair. Good condition. (Sef-30-2) (ID #25247) 75.00.





88. • Arama, Isaac Ben Moses; Hayim Yosef Pollak. SEFER `AKEDAT YITSHAK: `AL HAMISHAH HUMSHE TORAH VE-`AL HAMESH MEGILOT. VOLUMES 2 & 3. Pressburg: Victor Kittseer, 1849. Cloth, (FT) 8vo. In Hebrew. Volume two and three (of five) only. SUBJECT(S): Jewish sermons, Hebrew; Arama, Isaac ben Moses, ca. 1420-1494; Bible. O. T. Pentateuch - sermons; Philosophy, Jewish. OCLC lists 8 copies worldwide. Arama (c. 1420-1494) was a Spanish rabbi. "In order to counteract the effects of conversionist sermons to which the Jews of Aragon were compelled to listen, Arama delivered sermons on the principles of Judaism. These sermons became the basis of his later works and contain interesting data on the history of the Jews in Spain prior to their expulsion. Arama engaged in several public disputations with Christian scholars. After the expulsion of the Jews from Spain, in 1492 Arama settled in Naples where he died. Arama is best known as the author of Akedat Yizhak which exercised great influence on Jewish thought. Written in the form of philosophical homilies and allegorical commentaries on the Pentateuch, the work consists of 105 "Portals. " Each portal forms a complete sermon which is divided into two parts: derishah, and perishah. In the derishah, the author examines a philosophical idea in the light of his chosen texts, biblical and rabbinic, with which the sermon opens. In the perishah, the Scriptural commentary predominates and the difficulties which seem to appear in the text are solved with the aid of the central idea of the derishah. Thus, the gap between the two parts of the sermon is skillfully closed, and they merge into one harmonious whole. " (Heller-Wilensky, EJ) Covers a little worn, tape label across spine, endpapers and edges tanned, hinges starting, pages bright, good condition. (HebLit-2-29) (ID #24389) 50.00.

89. • Bahya Ben Joseph Ibn Pakuda, Yehuda Ibn Tibon and Saul Israel Hurwitz. TORAT HOVOT HA-LEVAVOT LE-RABENU BAHYA BEN YOSEF IBN PAKUDAH. Berlin, “judischer Verlag”, 1922. (FT) Hardcover, 8vo, 139 pages, 19 cm. In Hebrew. “Bahya ben Joseph ibn Paquda (also: Pakuda, Bakuda, Hebrew: ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ) was a Jewish philosopher and rabbi who lived at Saragossa, Spain, in the first half of the eleventh century. He is often referred to as Rabbeinu Bachya…. He was the author of the first Jewish system of ethics, written in Arabic in 1040 under the title Al Hidayah ila Faraid al-Qulub, Guide to the Duties of the Heart, and translated into Hebrew by Judah ibn Tibbon in the years 1161-80 under the title Chovot ha-Levavot, Instruction in the Duties of the Heart. Little is known of his life except that he bore the title of dayan, judge at the rabbinical court. Bahya was thoroughly familiar with the Jewish rabbinic literature, as well as the philosophical and scientific Arabic, Greek and Roman literature, quoting frequently from the works of non-Jewish moral philosophers in his work” (Wikipedia, 2010) . SUBJECT(S): Ethics, Jewish -- Early works to 1800. Judaism. A medieval Jewish ethical and philosophical treatise. “Be-tirgumo shel Yehudah Ibn Tivon”—Preface. Other Titles: Hovot ha-levavot. ; Sefer torat hovot ha-levavot. OCLC lists 8 copies worldwide. Wear to cover and binding. Slight browning to pages, some delicate. Some fading to cover. Tear through cover spine. Otherwise, good condition. (Sef-33-15) (ID #25321) 75.00.

90. • Cordovero, Moses Ben Jacob; Horodezky, Samuel A. TORAT HA-KABALAH. Berlin, 1924. Cloth, (FT) 8vo. 110, 386 pages. In Hebrew. Series: Mi-sifrut ha-kabalah. SUBJECT(S): Rabbinical literature. OCLC lists 26 copies worldwide. Cordovero, (1522–1570) , was the outstanding kabbalist in Safed before Isaac Luria. His birthplace is unknown, but his name testifies to the family's Spanish origins. He was a disciple of Joseph Caro and of Solomon Alkabez, and a teacher of Isaac Luria. His first large systematic work is Pardes Rimmonim, which Cordovero completed by the age of 27. Ten years later he finished his second systematic book, the Elimah Rabbati, and also wrote a lengthy commentary on all the parts of the Zohar which has been preserved in manuscript in Modena. (EJ, Ben-Shlomo) In good condition (heblit1-6) (ID #24815) 50.00.

91. • Dapiera, Solomon Ben Meshullam, Simon Bernstein. DIVAN. New York, Hotsa’at “alim”, 1942. (FT) Hardcover, 8vo, 132 pages. 24 cm. In Hebrew. Edition: Hotsa? Ah hadashah ve-metukenet. Dapiera was a “Neo-Hebraic poet of North Spain; died after 1417. He was a relative of Meshullam ben Solomon Dapiera, who flourished, probably in southern France, in the earlier part of the thirteenth century, and who, in several extensive poems, declared against the "Moreh Nebukim" of Maimonides. Before the troubles which came upon him and the Jews in Spain generally, Dapiera seems to have been rich, and charitable to the needy. Forced to leave his native place, he took refuge in Saragossa at the house of Benveniste ben Labi, the Mæcenas of Hebrew scholars, where he became tutor to Benveniste's two sons, with one of whom, Don Vidal Joseph ibn Labi, he exchanged many letters and poems. Through the recommendation of his host, to whom he was not related, as Grätz avers, he became a favorite with Don Meïr Alguadez” (Gottheil & Kayserling in EJ, 1901) . Added title page: The diwan of Salomo b. Meshullam Dapiera; edited by Simon Bernstein. Lightwear to cover and edges. Wear to cover binding. Cloth cover bound on upside down. Otherwise, very good condition. (Sef-33-29) (ID #25334) 45.00.

92. • Gerondi, Jonah Ben Abraham. שערי תשובה ; מאת ... מאת רבינו יונה גירונדי... ונלוה אליו ספר היראה מהמחכר SHA`ARE TESHUVAH. Vacz: Administration Des Tel Taplios, 1916. Cloth, (FT) 8vo. 99 pages. In Hebrew. English title: The gates of repentance. SUBJECT(S): Ethics, Jewish. OCLC lists 1 copy worldwide (JTSA) . Gerondi (1200-1263) was a Spanish rabbi, and cousin of Nahmanides. His hometown was Gerona, but he lived many years in Barcelona, and spent the end of his life in Toledo, where he built a yeshiva. Much of his preaching and writing concerned ethics. Gerondi's books on ethics were widely read, in which "he protested forcefully against the many Spanish Jews who disregarded the mitzvot and against widespread sexual immorality. "(EJ, Kupfer) Owner's name on fly leaf, pages tanned, boards a little worn, spine repaired, good- condition. (RAB-21-15) (ID #21739) 50.00.

94. • Havatselet, Meir. HA-RAMBAM VEHA-GEONIM. Yerushalayim ; Nyu York: Sura, 1967. (FT) Hardcover, 8vo, 222 pages. In Hebrew, with introduction in English and Hebrew. English title: Maimonides and the Geonites. Series: Sifriyat Maydenboim-Levit ; SUBJECT(S): Geonim. Geonic literature -- History and criticism. Maimonides, Moses, 1135-1204. Note(s): Includes bibliographical references and index. Very good condition. (RAB-42-1) (ID #24673) 100.00.

95. • Ibn Ezra, Abraham Ben Meir; Joseph Zedner. VA-YOSEF AVRAHAM: HU PERUSH HA-RABA` AL ESTER. London: David Nutt, 1850. Cloth, 12mo. 35 pages. In Hebrew. English title: Abraham Aben Ezra's commentary on the book of Esther. First edition. SUBJECT (S): Bible. O. T. Esther – commentaries. OCLC lists 9 copies worldwide. Ibn Ezra (1089-1164) was a Spanish scholar. He traveled extensively, to the countries in North Africa, to Rome, and through Europe as far as Northern France. He sought acquaintance with scholars wherever he traveled, forming a particular friendship with Judah Halevi. In some locations he found cold comfort, such as in Rome: his poem “Nedod Hesir Oni” expresses Rome's unwelcome to his. In others, such as in France, he was welcomed, and his scholarly impact was felt for centuries thereafter. Most of his writing was a direct result of the wandering life; while traveling he wrote poetry, commentaries on the bible, grammars, scientific works, and translations. (Heller-Wilensky, EJ) Ex library. Has been rebound and professionally repaired, good condition. (SPEC-2-5) (ID #20114) 150.00.

96. • Ibn Ezra, Moses; Bialik, Hayyim Nahman; Rawnitzki, Yehoshua Hana. SHIRE MOSHEH BEN YA`AKOV IBN `EZRA. Jerusalem: Devir, 1928. Cloth, (FT) 4to. 2 v. In 1, 142 pages. In Hebrew. Ibn Ezra, (also known as Abu Harun; c. 1055–after 1135) , Spanish Hebrew poet and philosopher. Born in Granada, he was a pupil of Isaac ibn Ghayyat in Lucena, "the city of poetry. " In his youth Moses acquired a very comprehensive Jewish and Arabic education. He appears to have held an honored position in the province of Granada, since his name is qualified by the Arabic title "\ahib al-shurta" (lit. "head of the police, " but also "his excellency") . Ibn Ezra encouraged Judah Halevi in his early poetic efforts and invited him to come to Granada where he supported him, and the two formed a lasting friendship. In 1090 a decisive change took place in his life: Granada was captured by the Almoravides, its Jewish community was destroyed, and the members of the Ibn Ezra family dispersed. It is not known why Ibn Ezra remained in Granada for a while. After much effort and suffering he also succeeded in fleeing to Christian Spain but he was not allowed to return to his native city for which he yearned all his life. (EJ, Staff) In good condition. (heblit1-4) (ID #24813) 60.00.

97. • Ibn Janah, Abu Al-Walid Marwan; Yehudah Ibn Tibon; Michael Wilensky. SEFER HARIQMA: KITAB AL-LUMA. VOLUME 2 (OF TWO) ONLY. Berlin: Akademie-Verlag, 1930. Hardcover, 4to. Facsimile illustrations. Volume two (of two) only. SUBJECT(S): Hebrew language – grammar. OCLC lists 14 copies worldwide. SERIES: Scripta Academiae Literarum Judaicarum: Corpus grammaticorum et exegetarum judaeorum. Ibn Janah was an early 11th century Spanish grammarian and lexicographer, possibly from Cordoba, Spain, about whom not much is certain. Though he earned his living through medicine, he studied and wrote about Jewish and Arabic language and literature. (EJ, 2007) Spine repaired with cloth tape, owner's stamp on t. P, covers a little worn, good condition. (RAB-30-15) (ID #20732) 35.00.

98. • Maimonides, Moses, 1135-1204. Averroes; 1126-1198. ; Kitab Al-Kulliyat. ; Ibn Tibon, Mosheh; 13th Cent. Muntner, Sussmann; 1897-1973. HANHAGAT HA-BERIUT: BE-TARGUMO SHEL MOSHEH IBN-TIBON. Yerushalayim: Mosad Ha-Rav Kuk, 1957 . (FT) Half cloth, large 8vo. 254, xviii pages. In Hebrew. Preface and introduction. In English. Title in English: Regimen Sanitatis: Letter on the Hygiene of the Body and of the Soul. “Supplemented by the First Hebrew Edition of Regimen Sanitatis by Averroes (Ibn Rushd) Series: Ketavim refuiyim ; kerekh 1; Translator Moses ibn Tibbon came from a “ family of translators, philosophers, and exegetes, based in southern France…(Moses) resided in Montpellier, but spent some years in Naples with his brother-in-law Jacob Anatoli. He was the most prolific translator in the family; he produced translations of philosophical as well as technical scientific treatises. The authors he rendered into Hebrew, from Graeco-Arabic, Arabic and Judaeo-Arabic, include the following: Euclid, Geminus, Theodosius, Themistius, Maimonides, Hunayn b. Ishaq, Abu Bakr al-Razi, Ibn al-Haytham, al-Hassar, Ibn al-Jazzar, Al-Farabi, Avicenna, Ibn al-Sid al-Batalyawsi, Averroes, Jabir Ibn Aflah, and al-Bitruji. Like his father, Moses also wrote original works of philosophy and exegesis… It is hard to overestimate the influence of the Ibn Tibbon family. With their translations, they created a philosophical library in Hebrew and coined a technical terminology that would be used by translators and original authors throughout the middle ages. Their original works were important as well. This is especially the case with Samuel, Moses, and Jacob Anatoli, who laid the foundations for a Maimonidean tradition of philosophy and exegesis in Europe. ” (Robinson & Melammed, EJ, 2007) SUBJECT(S): Hygiene -- Early works to 1800. Medicine, Arab. Ex-library with usual markings. Damp stain and buckling to covers. Text in very good condition. (RAB-43-10) (ID #24762) 65.00.

GER-28-15.jpg (459348 bytes)99. • Nahmias, Joseph Ben Joseph. פירוש על ספר משלי PERUSH `AL SEFER MISHLE. Berlin: Hevrat Mekitse Nirdamim, 1911. Cloth, (FT) 8vo. Xxii, 196 pages. In Hebrew. SUBJECT(S): Bible. O. T. Proverbs – commentaries. OCLC lists 13 copies worldwide. SERIES: Sefarim ha-yotsim le-or `al yede hevrat Mekitse nirdamim. Nahmias was a 14th century “biblical commentator in Toledo. Nahmias belonged to an ancient and distinguished Spanish family. Apart from the fact that he studied under Asher b. Jehiel, little is known of his life. His reputation rests upon his biblical commentary which apparently originally encompassed most of the Bible. The following parts have been published with introductions by M. A. Bamberger: Esther (1891) , Proverbs (1912) , and Jeremiah (1913) . Bamberger also published Nahmias' commentaries to Avot (1907) and to the piyyut Attah Konanta (1909) , on the order of the Temple service for the Day of Atonement. His commentary to the tractate Nedarim has been preserved in manuscript. Nahmias is also known to have translated many parts of Maimonides' Guide of the Perplexed. ” (EJ, 2007) Ex library, good condition. (GER-28-15) (ID #20261) 125.00.

100. • Nahmias, Joseph Ben Joseph. PERUSH MEGILAT ESTER. פרוש מגלת אסתר / להרב ר׳ יוסף נחמיאש נדפס פעם ראשונה ע״פ כתבי מינכען ... עם הוספות מראה מקום הפסוקים והמאמריםהגהות ובאורים ע״י משה ארי׳ באמבערגער Krakow: Ts. D. Lindenboym, 1899. Hardcover, (FT) 8vo. 30 pages. In Hebrew. SUBJECT(S): Bible. O. T. Ester - commentaries. OCLC lists 2 copies worldwide (Brandeis, JTSA) . Nahmias was a 14th century "biblical commentator in Toledo. Nahmias belonged to an ancient and distinguished Spanish family. Apart from the fact that he studied under Asher b. Jehiel, little is known of his life. His reputation rests upon his biblical commentary which apparently originally encompassed most of the Bible. The following parts have been published with introductions by M. A. Bamberger: Esther (1891) , Proverbs (1912) , and Jeremiah (1913) . Bamberger also published Nahmias' commentaries to Avot (1907) and to the piyyut Attah Konanta (1909) , on the order of the Temple service for the Day of Atonement. His commentary to the tractate Nedarim has been preserved in manuscript. Nahmias is also known to have translated many parts of Maimonides' Guide of the Perplexed. " (EJ, 2007) Pages tanned and chipped, boards worn, good- condition. (RAB-21-8) (ID #21732) 50.00.

101. • Paduka, Bahya Ben Joseph Ibn; Yehuda Ibn Tibon; Saul Israel Hurwitz. תורת חובוב הלבבות לרבינו בחיי בן יוסף אבן פקודה TORAT HOVOT HA-LEVAVOT LE-RABENU BAHYA BEN YOSEF IBN PAKUDAH. Berlin: Yidisher Ferlag, 1922. Hardcover, (FT) 12mo. 139 pages. In Hebrew. SUBJECT(S): Jewish ethics. OCLC lists 19 copies worldwide. Pages tenned, spine faded, good+ condition. (GER-28-29) (ID #20275) 100.00.



SEF-19-6jewish sermon.jpg (142428 bytes)102. • Horowitz, Carmi, . THE JEWISH SERMON IN 14TH CENTURY SPAIN: THE DERASHOT OF R. JOSHUA IBN SHU`EIB. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University, Center for Jewish Studies: Distributed by Harvard University Press, 1989. Paperback, 8vo, ix, 206 pages; 24 cm. ISBN: 0674474554. 0674474562 (paperback. ) . Includes indexes. Bibliography on pages 191-200. Subjects: Ibn Shuaib, Joshua, 14th cent. Derashot `al ha-Torah. Jewish sermons--History and criticism. Judaism--Spain--History. Series: Harvard Judaic monographs; 6 . Very good condition. (SEF-19-6) (ID #10620) 15.00.



SEF-32-1.jpg (133935 bytes)103. • Al-Nakawa, Israel Ibn; and Hyman Gerson Enelow. SEFER MENORAT HA-MA’OR. New York: The Bloch Publishing Company, 1929-1932. (FT) Hardcover, 8vo, 4 volumes, facsims, 25 cm. In Hebrew with English introduction to each volume in separate pagination. SUBJECT(S): Descriptor: Jewish ethics. Jewish ethics -- Early works to 1800. Prayer -- Judaism -- Early works to 1800. Judaism -- Liturgy -- Early works to 1800. Jewish way of life -- Early works to 1800. Preface and introduction in English. Added title page: Menorat ha-maor: from a unique manuscript in the Bodleian Library, Oxford edited by H. G. Enelow. Includes bibliographical references. Frontispieces in vols 3 & 4. “Menorat Ha- Meor" [the illuminating candelabra] is a seminal Mussar (ethics) work by Mediaeval Rabbi Israel Alnaqua, who died at the stake. Israel ben Joseph Alnaqua was an ethical writer and martyr. He lived in Toledo, Spain and died at the stake, together with Judah ben Asher, in the summer of the year 1391. He is the author of an ethical work in twenty chapters, entitled "Menorat ha-Maor" (Candlestick) . The work commences with a long poem, an acrostic on the author's name. Then follows a preface in rimed prose. The introduction to each chapter is headed by a poem, giving the acrostic of his name, Israel. It was printed in 1578. A manuscript of it is in the Bodleian. An abridgment of it was published at Cracow, 1593, under the title "Menorat Zahab Kullah" (Candlestick Wholey of Gold) . It is divided into five sections, which contain observations (1) on laws in general; (2) on education; (3) on commerce; (4) on the behavior of litigants and judges in court; and (5) on conduct toward one's fellow men. This is supplemented by a treatise, consisting of Talmudic and midrashic sayings and maxims, which was published in German (in Hebrew characters) in Wagenseil's Belehrung der Jüd. -Deutschen Red-und Schreibart, " Königsberg, 1699. (JE, 1901) . Enelow (1877–1934) , was a “U. S. Reform rabbi, scholar, and writer. Enelow, who was born in Kovno, Lithuania, went to the U. S. As a young man, age 16, and was ordained by Hebrew Union College in 1898. Enelow served as rabbi of Temple Israel, Paducah, Kentucky, Temple Adath Israel, Louisville, Kentucky, and Temple Emanu-El, New York. During World War I, Enelow served in France with the Jewish Welfare Board. He was vice president of the Central Conference of American Rabbis, its president, and a member of both the American Historical Association and the American Jewish Historical Society. Enelow was instrumental in having chairs for Jewish studies established at Harvard and Columbia. Enelow's four-volume edition of Israel Al-Nakawa 's Menorat ha-Ma'or was an important contribution to Jewish scholarship. A collection of manuscripts was presented in his memory to the Jewish Theological Seminary, New York, by his friend Mrs. Nathan Miller. His private library of over 20, 000 volumes was also willed to the Seminary” (Berenbaum and Skolnik in EJ 2007) . Ex library with usual markings. Complete four volume set. Bumped corners and edges. Very good condition. (Sef-32-1) (ID #25295) 250.00.

104. • Chavel, Charles B. ; Nahmanides. COMMENTARY ON THE TORAH: GENESIS. New York: Shilo Publishing House, 1971. Cloth, 8vo. Xiii, 621 pages. SUBJECT (S): Bible. O. T. Pentateuch - commentaries. Dust jacket has three 1-2 inch long tears on the front and several small tears on the back along the top edge. Chavel (1906-1982) , a Polish immigrant, "was one of the most productive American writers in rabbinical literature. " After bring ordained in Chicago at the Hebrew Theological College, he was a rabbi in Louisville and Edgemere, Long Island. He published early commentaries on the Bible and Talmud and more than half a dozen books on Nahmanides, the 13th century Spanish rabbi. (Hurvitz, EJ) Ex library, very good condition. (BIBLE-3-5) (ID #24184) 30.00.

SEF-22A-13.jpg (222765 bytes)105. • Cole, P. THE DREAM OF THE POEM. Hebrew Poetry from Muslim and Christian Spain, 950-1492 (Lockert Library of Poetry in Translation): Hebrew Poetry from Muslim and ... (Lockert Library of Poetry in Translation). Princeton University Press, 2007. Softcover, 576 pages. 9780691121956. Hebrew culture experienced a renewal in medieval Spain that produced what is arguably the most powerful body of Jewish poetry written since the Bible. Fusing elements of East and West, Arabic and Hebrew, and the particular and the universal, this verse embodies an extraordinary sensuality and intense faith that transcend the limits of language, place, and time.Peter Cole's translations reveal this remarkable poetic world to English readers in all of its richness, humor, grace, gravity, and wisdom. The Dream of the Poem traces the arc of the entire period, presenting some four hundred poems by fifty-four poets, and including a panoramic historical introduction, short biographies of each poet, and extensive notes. (The original Hebrew texts are available on the Princeton University Press Web site.) By far the most potent and comprehensive gathering of medieval Hebrew poems ever assembled in English, Cole's anthology builds on what poet and translator Richard Howard has described as "the finest labor of poetic translation that I have seen in many years" and "an entire revelation: a body of lyric and didactic verse so intense, so intelligent, and so vivid that it appears to identify a whole dimension of historical consciousness previously unavailable to us." The Dream of the Poem is, Howard says, "a crowning achievement." (SEF-22A-13) (ID #25064) 30.00.

106. • Davidson, Israel. THESAURUS OF MEDIAEVAL HEBREW POETRY. New York: Jewish Theological Seminary, 1924. Hardback, Folio. Volume 1 only. In Hebrew. Series: The Library of Jewish classics; SUBJECT (S): Hebrew poetry -- Indexes. Davidson, (1870–1939) , was a scholar of medieval Hebrew literature. Davidson was born in Yonava, Lithuania; at a young age he became an orphan and went to live with his uncle in Grodno, Lithuania. In 1888, after a few years' study at Slobodka yeshivah, he immigrated to the United States. There he earned a living as a street vendor, then as a shop assistant and Hebrew teacher; at night he studied English and other subjects to meet college-entrance requirements. After completing his studies at Columbia University, he was director of the Hebrew Orphan Asylum and chaplain at the Sing Sing prison. In 1905 he began teaching Talmud at the Jewish Theological Seminary, New York, and in 1915 was appointed professor of medieval Hebrew literature. Davidson's first major scholarly publication in English was Parody in Jewish Literature (1907, repr., 1967). (EJ, Habermann) Bookplate of Louis Launer. In very good condition. (SPEC5-9) (ID #21009) 250.00.

SEF-16-12.jpg (121079 bytes)107. • Feliu I Mabres, Eduard and Jaume Riera I Sans. POEMES HEBRAICS DE JUEUS CATALANS: (SEGLES XI-XV) . 1976. Softcover, 8vo, 212 pages, 23 cm. In Catalan. Series: Llibres del mall; 22. SUBJECT (S): Hebrew poetry, Medieval -- Spain -- Translations into Catalan. Includes bibliographical references. Wear to edges of cover. Light wear. Very good condition. (Sef-16-12) (ID #25002) 125.00.

108. • Gabriol, Ibn; Paula O. Benardete; David N. Barocas. KETER MALHUTH. New York: Foundation for the Advancement of Sephardic Studies and Culture, 1972. Paper wrappers, (FT) 4to. 447 pages. Facsimiles. In Hebrew, English, and other languages. SUBJECT(S): Sephardim. OCLC lists 16 copies worldwide. SERIES: Foundation for the Advancement of Sephardic Studies and Culture Tract; 10; Variation: Foundation for the Advancement of Sephardic Studies and Culture. ; Tract ; 10. Very good condition. (SEF-10-28) (ID #20922) 70.00.

109. • Garibay K. ; Angel Maria. PROVERBIOS DE SALOMÓN Y SABIDURÍA DE JESÚS BEN SIRAK. [Mexico]: Editoral Porrua, 1973. Paper wrappers, 8vo. 233 pages. In Spanish. Second edition. SUBJECT (S): Bible. O. T. Proverbs – Spanish; Bible. O. T. Apocrypha. Ecclesiastics – Spanish. OCLC lists 8 copies worldwide. SERIES: Sepan cuentos ; núm. 54. Tanned, good condition. (SEF-12-2) (ID #20934) 60.00.

110. • Harizi, Judah Ben Solomon, 12th/13th Cent. Reichert, Victor Emanuel. (Eng. Trans. ) . THE TAHKEMONI OF JUDAH AL-HARIZI VOLUME 1 ONLY. Jerusalem: R. H. Cohen's Press, 1965. Red cloth in dust jacket, 8vo. 233, [62] pages. In Hebrew and English. Facsimile of the original text published in Constantinople, 1578. Foreword and translation in English. OCLC lists only 1 copy worldwide (Harvard) . Ex-library with usual markings. Jacket stained, with small chips and edgewear. Small stain to covers. Very good condition in Good jacket. (RAB-42-3) (ID #24675) 35.00.

SEF-16-5.jpg (98782 bytes)111. • Ibn Gabirol and Elena Romero. POESIA SECULAR. Madrid: Ediciones Alfaguara, 1978. Hardcover, lxxiii, 532 pages, 23 cm. In Spanish. Edition: Edicion bilingue. Series: Clasicos Alfaguara; 16. Hebrew and Spanish. Bibliography on pages lxxi-lxxiii. Wear to edges of dust jacket. Light wear to binding. Very good condition. (Sef-16-5) (ID #24995) 45.00.




SEF-13-28.jpg (87969 bytes)112. • Ibn Gabirol and Senior Sachs. SEFER SHIRE HA-SHIRIM ASHER LI-SHELOMOH BEN GABIROL... ; HOVERET RISHONAH. Paris Typographie De L. Guerin, 1868. (FT) Softcover, 8vo, 167 pages, 23 cm. In Hebrew. Note(s): Titles on added title pages: Carmina sancta; Cantiques de Salomon ibn Gabirol. No more published. Other Titles: Carmina Sancta. ; Cantiques de Salomon ibn Gabirol. Sachs (1815-1892) was a “Hebrew scholar. Born near Kovno, Lithuania, Sachs lived for two years in Brody, studying Hebrew scholarly and philosophic literature, and specializing in German and other ancient and modern languages. For two years he taught in Raseiniai, where he befriended the novelist Abraham Mapu. In 1856, Baron J. Guenzburg took him to Paris to teach his son and grandson; Sachs remained there until the end of his life. His studies encompassed several aspects of medieval Jewish literature, especially religio-philosophical thought and the Hebrew poetry of Spain. From ancient manuscripts he published many selections, concentrating especially on Solomon ibn Gabirol. His articles and studies, written only in Hebrew, were published in the Hebrew periodicals from the 1840s on. Among the pamphlets and journals which he edited were Kanfei Yonah; Ha-Palit; Ha-Te? Iyyah, a journal that published old manuscripts with notes; and Kikayon Yonah. He also compiled a list of books and manuscripts in the Guenzburg library, Reshimot Sefarim Kitvei Yad; and Shir ha-Shirim Asher li-Shelomo Gevirol. He edited Kerem 'Emed from 1854 to 1856” (Kressel in EJ, 2007) . OCLC lists 13 copies worldwide. Bound in modern handsome paper wrappers. Wear to binding and edges. Staining on first 10 pages. Good condition. (Sef-13-28) (ID #24984) 200.00.

MX-20-7.jpg (494954 bytes)113. • Ibn Janah; Abu Al-Walid Marwan. ספר הרקמה SEFER HA-RIKMAH. Frankfurt A. M.: No Publisher., 1865. Cloth, (FT) 8vo. Xiv, 252 pages. In Hebrew. SUBJECT(S): Hebrew language – grammar. OCLC lists 23 copies worldwide. Ibn Janah was an early 11th century Spanish grammarian and lexicographer, possibly from Cordoba, Spain, about whom not much is certain. Though he earned his living through medicine, he studied and wrote about Jewish and Arabic language and literature. (EJ, 2007) Marbled edges. Owner's name on title page, slight water stain on some pages, corners bumped, good+ condition. (MX-20-7) (ID #21562) 100.00.

114. • Jehuda Ha-Levi (Hallevi / Halevi) Brody, H, editor. DIWAN DES ABU-I-HASAN JEHUDA HA-LEVI. ZWEITER BAND: NICHTGOTTESDIENSTLICHE POESIE. HEFT 3 ONLY (PAGES 213 - 334). Berlin, Itzkowski, 1903. 1st Edition. Original paper wrappers, 8vo, 121 pages. Slight wear to covers and spine. Slight damp stain to bottom of some pages. Pages uncut. (K-mx2-46) Very Good Condition. (ID #25077) 50.00.

115. • Jöel, M. DON CHASDAI CRESKAS' RELIGIONSPHILOSOPHISCHE LEHREN IN IHREN GESCHICHTLICHEN EINFLUSSE. Breslau: Schletter (H. Skutsch) , 1866. Rebound in modern paper wrappers, 8vo. 83 pages. First edition. In German and Hebrew. Creskas was a Spanish philosopher, theologian and statesman. His activities as a merchant and communal leader can be traced as far back as 1367. As a delegate from the Catalonian Jewish community he negotiated with the king of Aragon for the renewal and extension of Jewish privileges in 1383. Throughout his life he sought to protect the rights of Spanish Jews and worked with various governments to this end. He is seen as one of Spinoza's chief influences. Jöel was a religious philosopher who researched, among other Jewish figures, Creskas (EJ) . OCLC lists 26 copies worldwide. Missing original covers. Very Good condition. (GERN-2-22) . (ID #16708) 50.00.

116. • Katsh, Abraham I. POEMS FROM THE BARCELONA MAHZOR OF THE 13TH CENTURY. Philadelphia: Jewish Quarterly Review, 1967. Paper wrappers, 8vo. 12 pages (pages 347-359) . "Reprinted from The Seventy-Fifth Anniversary Volume of The jewish Quarterly Review. " SUBJECT(S): Poetry. OCLC lists no copies worldwide. Katsh (1908-1998) was born in Poland and emigrated to the U. S. In 1925. In 1933, he began teaching at New York University, and over the following three decades taught Hebrew education, culture, language and literature there. In 1957 He founded the National Association of Professors of Hebrew in American Universities, and was elected president of Dropsie College in 1967, where he served until 1976. His scholarship won him many awards and fellowships, including the Jewish Teachers Association of New York's Avodah Award, the Rabbi Kaniel Prize of the Municipality of Haifa, and the first Charles Kramer Research Fellow of the Institute for Jewish Policy Planning and Research of the Synagogue Council of America. Katsh is well known for his studies of Hebrew manuscripts and fragments from Russia and Eastern Europe, his translations, and his essays on Jewish studies in the United States. (EJ) Covers slightly worn and darkened, good condition. (Katsh-2-6) xx (ID #19610) 20.00.

117. • Kayser, Rudolf. THE LIFE AND TIME OF JEHUDAH HALEVI. New York, Philosophical Library, 1949 . Cloth , 8vo. 176 pages. In English. SUBJECT (S): Arabs -- Spain. Jews -- History. Judah, ha-Levi, 12th cent. Kayser, (1889–1964) , was a German author and a literary journalist. After studying in Berlin, Munich, and Wuerzburg, Kayser was for several years a teacher in Berlin. In 1919 he joined the editorial staff of the S. Fischer publishing house and became editor in chief of the literary periodical Die Neue Rundschau in 1924. Kayser was dismissed from these posts by the Nazis in 1933, settled in the U. S. Two years later, and held the chair of German and European literatures at Brandeis University from 1951 to 1957. His Jewish interests found expression in the essays and reviews that he contributed to Jewish periodicals, which included the Neue Juedische Monatshefte, Der Jude, and Historia Judaica, and in books such as Moses Tod (1921) , Spinoza, Bildnis eines geistigen Helden (1932) , and The Life and Time of Jehuda Halevi (1949) . His biographical studies also include Stendhal, oder das Leben eines Egotisten (1928) , and Kant (1935) (EJ, Liptzin) . In very good condition. (MX17-15) (ID #21495) 30.00.

SEF-31-12.jpg (117487 bytes)118. • Malachi, Zvi. THE LOVING KNIGHT: THE ROMANCE: AMADIS DE GAULA AND ITS HEBREW ADAPTATION (TURKEY, C.1541) . [Lod]: Haberman Institute For Literary Research, 1982. Paperback, 8vo, 95 pages. Illustrated. Series: A. M. Haberman memorial studies in medieval literature ; 1. SUBJECT (S): Spanish language -- Translating into Hebrew. Civilization, Medieval, in literature. Knights and knighthood in literature. Translating and interpreting. Love in literature. Romans. Amadís de Gaula (anoniem) Amadís de Gaula (Spanish romance) Amadís de Gaula (Spanish romance) -- Translations into Hebrew -- History and criticism. Light wear. Very good condition. (SEF-31-11) (ID #25270) 75.00.


SEF-26-5.jpg (101091 bytes)119. • Nahmanides, Feliu I Mabres, Eduard. EL LLIBRE DE LA REDEMPCIO: I ALTRES ESCRITS DE MOSSÉ BEN NAHMAN DE GIRONA. Girona: Ajuntament De Girona; Barcelona: Universitat De Barcelona, 1993. Softcover, 8vo, 272 pages, 21 cm. In Catalan. SUBJECT (S): Redemption -- Judaism -- Early works to 1800. Bible. O. T. Pentateuch -- Criticism, interpretation, etc. Bible. O. T. Ecclesiastes -- Sermons. Includes bibliographical references (pages 253-256) and indexes. OCLC lists 28 copies worldwide. Bumped corners and edges. Very good condition. (Sef-26-5) (ID #25118) 125.00.


SEF-23-13.jpg (52160 bytes)121. • Ognibeni, Bruno. LA SECONDA PARTE DEL SEFER ‘OKLAH WE’OKLAH: EDIZIONE DEL MS. HALLE, UNIVERSITÄTSBIBLIOTEK. Madrid: Instituto De Filología Del CSIC, Fribourg: Université De Fribourg, 1995. Paper wrappers, 4to, liii, 556 pages. Includes facsimiles. In Italian. Series: Textos y estudios "Cardenal Cisneros" de la Biblia Poliglota Matritense, 57; SUBJECT (S): Masorah. Masora. Includes bibliographical references and index. Other Titles: Sefer Oklah weoklah; Okhlah ve-okhlah. Slight wear to spine, small dent to corner of front cover, and first 100 pages. Very good condition. (SEF-23-13) (ID #25147) 100.00.

122. • (Saadia Gaon) . JEWISH QUARTERLY REVIEW. Vol XXIII, Nos. 2 and 3. October 1942 - January 1943. Philadelphia, Dropsie College, 1943. Paper wrappers, 8vo 8" - 9" tall, 401 pages. Issue devoted to Saadia Gaon. Includes "Saadia and his Relation to Palestine" by Abraham Neuman, "Saadia's Theory of Knowledge" by Israel Efros, "The Quest for Certainty in Saadia's Philosophy" by Abraham Joshua Heschel, "Saadia's Siddur" by Louis Ginzburg and "Saadia Gaon - Champion for Jewish Unity Under Religious Leadership" by Solomon Zeitlin, and articles by Harry Austryn Wolfson and Solomon Skoss. (Mx-7-39) (ID #25072) 30.00.

123. • Urbakh, Simhah Bunem. MISHNATO HA-FILOSOFIT SHEL RABI HASDAI KRESKAS. 1961. Cloth, (FT) 8vo. 442 pages. SUBJECT(S): Crescas, Hasdai, 1340 (ca. ) -1410. OCLC lists 11 copies worldwide. SERIES: `Amude ha-mahashavah ha-Yisreelit ; 3; Variation: Urbakh, Simhah Bunem; 1913-; `Amude ha-mahshavah ha-Yisreelit ; 3. Has tanned dust jacket with tear at top of spine. Ex library. Very good condition. (SEF-10-13) (ID #20909) 125.00.

124. • Usque, Samuel; translated by Martin Cohen. CONSOLATION FOR THE TRIBULATIONS OF ISRAEL. Paperback, 8vo; 354 pages. Includes notes, bibliography and index. SERIES: Judaica Texts & Translations, Second Series; 1. In dustjacket, very good condition. (SEF-27-6/ mx-32-5/ k-mx2-3B/ SEF-27-6b) (ID #25157/21425/25105/25159) 30.00. xxxx



SEF-27-6B.jpg (101713 bytes)125. • Usque, Samuel; translated by Martin Cohen. CONSOLATION FOR THE TRIBULATIONS OF ISRAEL. 8vo; 354 pages. Includes notes, bibliography and index. SERIES: Judaica Texts & Translations, Second Series; 1. Ex library. Covers slightly bowed. Very good condition. (SEF-9-17/ k-mx2-3) (ID #19433/21413) 30.00. xx

126. • Venturah, Eliyahu Ben Avrah. (Eliyahu Ben Avraham) Hayyim Abraham Ben Shabetai Nehamah; Printer. Ashkenazi, Sa`adyah Ben Yehuda He-Levi; Printer. SEFER KOKHVA DE-SHAVIT: ... `AL KETSAT ME-DIVRE HA-SHAS ... Saloniki: Bi-Defus Hayim Avraham Ben Shabtai Nehamah Ve-Sa`adi Ha-Levi, 1798. (FT) Hardcover, 4to, 144 leaves. In Hebrew. Rashi-script. Eliyahu ben Avraham (1450-1526) was the rabbi of Constantinople and Chief Rabbi of the Turkish Empire. Beautiful, ornately decorated title page. Bound in modern boards, with cloth spine and corners. Heavy rag paper in good condition. Some foxing. SUBJECT(S): Talmud -- Commentaries. Ex-library with institutional stamp on title page. Hinges repaired with brown paper tape, small amount of scotch tape present. Wear to boards and spine. Small corner piece missing from title page and last page (no text loss) . OCLC lists only 3 copies worldwide (Brandeis, JTS, and HUC) . Very good condition. (SEF-35-26) (ID #25390) 325.00.

127. • Yehuda Shamir; Moses, Ha-Kohen Of Tordesillas. RABBI MOSES HA-KOHEN OF TORDESILLAS AND HIS BOOK ‘EZER HA-EMUNAH—A CHAPTER IN THE HISTORY OF THE JUDEO-CHRISTIAN CONTROVERSY VOL 1 (ONLY) . Coconut Grove, FL: Field Research Projects, 1972 . Paper Wrappers, Folio. 254 pages, maps. In English. SUBJECT (S): Judaism – Apologetic works. Moses, ha-Kohen, of Tordesillas. Abner, of Burgos, b. Ca. 1270. In very good condition. (MX17-2) (ID #21482) 55.00.

128. • Feliu, Eduard. EL COMENTARI SOBRE EL PENTATEUC DE MOSSE BEN NAHMAN. Girona: Ajuntament De Girona, 1994. Paper wrappers, 8vo, 52 pages. Offprint. In Catalan, with summary of article in Catalan, English, and French. From the volume: Mossé Ben Nahman I El Seu Temps: Simposi Commemoratiu Del Vuitè Centenari Del Seu Naixement, 1194-1994 (The Life and Times of Moses Ben Nahman: A Symposium to Commemorate the 800th Anniversary of His Birth, 1194-1994) SUBJECT(S): Judaísmo -- Cataluña -- Historia -- Congresos y asambleas. Nahmánides -- Congresos y asambleas. Philosophie juive -- Espagne -- Histoire -- 13e siècle -- Congrès. Moïse ben Nahman de Gérone (1194-1270) -- Congrès. Rabbis -- Spain -- Biography. Judaism -- Spain -- History. Jews -- Spain -- Catalonia -- History. Nahmanides, ca. 1195-ca. 1270. Very good condition. (SEF-35-19) (ID #25383) 35.00.

SEF-22A-12.jpg (89752 bytes)129. • Goldstein, David; Goldstein, David. HEBREW POEMS FROM SPAIN. The Littman Library of Jewish Civilization, 2007. Softcover, 192 pages. 9781904113669. The years 950-1200 are often called the Golden Age of the Jews in Spain. During this period, the Jews reached a peak of achievement in all aspects of their life-political, spiritual, and cultural. They produced great works of literature and philosophy; their poetry represents a peak of literary achievement unparalleled in Hebrew until the twentieth century. The poets of the Golden Age forged the language of the Hebrew Bible into a magnificent instrument for the expression of every facet of their experience--love and friendship, war and exile, philosophy and prayer. Their poems reflect their overarching consciousness of Israel's relationship with God and their deep concern with the fate of the Jewish people in exile. Not until modern times did Hebrew poetic genius flourish again with such freedom and with such intensity. This volume conveys in modern English something of the greatness of that literature while as far as possible preserving the poetic values and beauty of the Hebrew original. Brief notes on the work of each of the thirteen poets represented put the poems in their proper perspective and do much to elucidate their meaning. The poets included are Dunash Halevi ben Labrat, Joseph ibn Abithur, Isaac ibn Kalpon, Samuel Hanagid, Solomon ibn Gabirol, Isaac ibn Gi'at, Moses ibn Ezra, Judah Halevi, Abraham ibn Ezra, Joseph ibn Zabara, Judah Alharizi, Shem Tob ben Palquera, and Todros ben Judah Abulafia. 'Remains the only anthology in English devoted entirely to the Golden Age with selections from all the major and some minor poets presented in verse translations. The book is a gift to the academic world and to all readers interested in the literary achievements of the Jews.' From the Foreword by Raymond ScheindlinAbout the AuthorDavid Goldstein was Curator of Hebrew Books and Manuscripts at the British Library. His translation of The Wisdom of the Zohar, also published by the Littman Library, was awarded the Webber Prize in 1987. Raymond Scheindlin is Professor of Medieval Hebrew Literature at the Jewish Theological Seminary in New York. Very good condition. (SEF-22A-12) (ID #25063) 30.00.

SEF-24-7.jpg (121170 bytes)130. • Israel. Misrad Ha-Hinukh Veha-Tarbut. SHIRAT YISRA’EL BI-SEFARAD. Jerusalem: Misrad Ha-Hinukh Veha-Tarbut, Ha-Mahlakah Le-Tarbut Toranit, 1964. (FT) Softcover, 8vo, 189 pages. In Hebrew. SUBJECT(S): Hebrew poetry, Medieval. Includes Mek'orot la-hanikh, 31 pages. OCLC lists 18 copies online. Staining to cover. Bumped corner. Good condition. (Sef-24-7) (ID #25166) 75.00.

131. • (Bucharest) Siniol, Raoul. PORTRETE SI SCHITE SEFARDE. Jeruslem: R. Siniol., 1981. Paper Wrappers, 8vo. 153 pages. Illustrated. First edition. In Romanian. On the Sephardic Jews of Romania. SUBJECT (S): Jews - Romania - Bucharest; Sephardim - Romania - Bucharest; Romania -- biography. OCLC lists 6 copies worldwide. Foxing on front cover and top edge, tight binding, clean pages, very good condition. (SEF-9-20) (ID #19436) 75.00.


SEF-15-1.jpg (68425 bytes) SEF-15-1fold out.jpg (339837 bytes)132. • Adler, Elkan Nathan. AUTO DE FE AND JEW. London, New York [Etc. ] H. Frowde, 1908. Hardcover, 8vo, 195 pages, 4 facsim, 22 cm. SUBJECT (S): Jews -- Portugal. Jews -- Spain. Jews -- Persecutions. Inquisition -- Spain. Inquisition -- Portugal. Chapters IX to XXXVI are devoted to an examination, and partly a precis, of H. C. Lea's History of the inquisition of Spain. Cf. Pref. "Some authorities": pages 181-189; "The bibliography of J. Mendes dos Remedios": pages 190-195. Adler (1861–1946) , was an “Anglo-Jewish bibliophile, collector, and author. Adler, the son of Chief Rabbi Nathan Marcus Adler, was a lawyer by profession and had unusual opportunities to travel under favorable conditions and to build up a remarkable library. He was among the first persons to realize the importance of the Cairo Genizah. He visited Egypt in 1888 and 1895–96 and brought back approximately 25, 000 fragments from the Genizah. His library ultimately included about 4, 500 manuscripts of which he published a summary Catalogue of Hebrew Manuscripts in the Collection of E. N. Adler. He also had a collection of some 30, 000 printed books in Judaica and in general fields. In order to make good the embezzlements of a business associate he sold his library in 1923 to the Jewish Theological Seminary of America in New York and the duplicates of the printed books (including many incunabula) to the Hebrew Union College in Cincinnati, thus helping to raise both of these libraries to positions of significance. Adler's published writings were mainly based on his travels and on materials in his own collection. Among them are About Hebrew Manuscripts, a collection of bibliographical essays; A Gazetteer of Hebrew Printing; Jews in Many Lands; Auto de Fe and Jew; History of the Jews of London; Jewish Travellers; and articles on the Samaritans and on the Egyptian and Persian Jews. Adler played an active role in English-Jewish communal affairs, especially as regards educational and overseas matters, and was an early member of the Hovevei Zion in England. His personal archives are at the library of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America” (Roth in EJ 2007) . Pencil markings on pages. Lightly bumped corners. Name inscribed on blank cover page. Very good condition. (Sef-15-1) (ID #25397) 30.00.

SEF-16-7.jpg (174802 bytes)133. • Cazal, Edmond. HISTOIRE ANECDOTIQUE DE L’INQUISITION EN ITALIE ET EN FRANCE. Paris: Bibliotheque Des Curieus, 1924. Softcover, v, 244 pages, 9 leaves of plates, illustrated, 23 cm. In French. SUBJECT (S): Inquisition -- Italy -- Fiction. Inquisition -- France -- Fiction. France, Inquisition, Histoire anecdotique, Origines - 1815. Italie, Inquisition, Histoire anecdotique, origines - 1642. OCLC lists 27 copies worldwide. Hinge repair. Wear to edges of cover and pages. Slightly torn cover corners. Wear to binding, spine repaired with tape, otherwise Good condition. (Sef-16-7) (ID #24997) 65.00.



SEF-22-6.jpg (185700 bytes)134. • Kamen, Henry. THE SPANISH INQUISITION: AN HISTORICAL REVISION. London: Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 1997. Hardcover, 8vo, xii, 369 pages, 8 pages of plates, illustrations, 24 cm. Contents: A society of believers and unbelievers -- The great dispersion -- The coming of the Inquisition -- A continuing opposition -- Excluding the Reformation -- The impact of literature and science -- Structure and politics -- How it operated -- Trial and punishment -- The end of Morisco Spain -- Racialism and its critics -- The Inquisition and the people -- Visions of Sefarad -- Inventing the Inquisition. SUBJECT (S): Inquisition -- Spain. Inquisitie. Spain -- Church history. Includes glossary. Includes bibliographical references and index. Excellent condition. (Sef-22-6) (ID #25412) 30.00.


SEF-25-7.jpg (78243 bytes)135. • Lea, Henry Charles. A HISTORY OF THE INQUISITION OF THE MIDDLE AGES (COMPLETE IN 3 VOLUMES) . Harper & Brothers: New York, 1888. Hardcover, 8vo, 3 volumes 3 volumes total. 1st volume, 583 pages. 2nd volume, 587 pages. 3rd volume, 736 pages. OCLC lists 1 copy worldwide (British Libr) . Ex-library. Bit of wear, notes on some pages. Otherwise, good condition. (Sef-25-7) (ID #25205) 40.00.



SEF-33-12.jpg (73011 bytes)136. • Leroy, Beatrice. L’EXPULSION DES JUIFS D’ESPAGNE. Paris: Berg International, 1990. Softcover, 8vo, 174 pages, maps, 24 cm. In French. Series: Faits et representations. SUBJECT (S): Jews -- Spain -- History. Juifs -- Espagne -- Histoire -- 1492 (expulsion) . Juifs -- Espagne --Histoire. Joden. Verbanning. Spain -- Ethnic relations. Espagne -- Relations interethniques. Includes bibliographical references on pages 169-172. Very good condition. (Sef-33-12) (ID #25318) 40.00.


137. • Marcu, Valeriu. THE EXPULSION OF THE JEWS FROM SPAIN. New York: the Viking Press, 1935 . Cloth , 8vo. 181 pages. In English. Translated from the German by Moray Firth. In good condition. (SEF11-10) (ID #20962) 35.00.

SEF-23-17illus.jpg (106466 bytes)138. • Yerushalmi, Yosef Hayim. THE LISBON MASSACRE OF 1506 AND THE ROYAL IMAGE IN THE SHEBET YEHUDAH. Cincinatti, Hebrew Union College, 1976. Cloth, 8vo, xiii, 91 pages. 8vo., 91 pages. Very heavy work, includes appendices on the German Account (in the German) , the Portuguese Documents (in Portuguese) , etc. Letter from Hebrew Union College laid in. Very Good + condition. (SEF-23-17) Paperclip marks on copyright page, Very Good Condition. (ID #1147) 50.00.




SEF-31-2.jpg (113238 bytes)139. • Adelberg, Simon Van, 1928-. DE MARRANEN: DE GESCHIEDENIS VAN PORTUGEZEN UIT SPANJE. Baarn: Ten Have, 1977. Paper wrappers, 8vo, 125 pages. In Dutch. First Edition. Illustrated throughout with black and white reproductions. SUBJECT (S) Jews -- Spain -- History. Marranos -- History. Sephardim -- History. Marranen. Spain -- History. ISBN: 9025941087: ; 9789025941086. Light staining to covers and small stain to first 10 pages. Some margin notes and underlining in pencil. Good condition. (SEF-31-2) (ID #25261) 45.00.



SEF-13-27.jpg (103710 bytes)140. • Canelo, David Augusto. THE LAST CRYPTO-JEWS OF PORTUGAL. Portland, Or: IJS, 1990. Softcover, xxxiii, 185 pages, illustrated, 22 cm. Edition: Revised. SUBJECT (S): Marranos -- Portugal -- Belmonte -- History. Jews -- Portugal -- Belmonte -- History. Translation of: Os ultimos criptojedeus em Portugal. Includes bibliographical references on pages 181-185. Lightwear. Very good condition. (Sef-13-27) (ID #24983) 125.00.

141. • De Castro, Adolphe. THE MARRANOS OF SPAIN: THEY HAVE HELD TO THEIR JUDAISM WITH FIDELITY THROUGH FOUR AGONIZING CENTURIES (ARTICLE FROM THE AMERICAN HEBREW, MAY 7, 1926) . The American Hebrew, 1926. 8 loose pages, cut from magazine. Illustrated. Also includes period advertisements, and an article on “Jews in Picturesque Algiers” with photographs. Paper creased. Good condition. (SEF-35-25) (ID #25389) 30.00.

SEF-23-5.jpg (70931 bytes)142. • Kayserling, Meyer, 1829-1905. GESCHICHTE DER JUDEN IN PORTUGAL. Leipzig, O. Leiner, 1867. Half leather, 8vo, xi, 367, [1] pages. First Edition. In German. Fascinating look at the history of Jews in early Portugal up to the mid-19th century. Part of the series "Schriften" herausgegeben vom Institut zur Förderung der israelitischen Literatur. Series: Schriften vom Institute zur förderung der israelitischen literatur ... 12. Jahr: 1866-1867; Kayserling was a “German rabbi and historian. Kayserling, born in Hanover, studied with S. R. Hirsch in Nikolsburg, S. J. Rapoport in Prague, and S. B. Bamberger in Wuerzburg and at Halle University. From 1861 to 1870 he was rabbi at Endingen, Switzerland, where he fought strenuously for Jewish rights; thereafter he was rabbi and preacher in Budapest… Kayserling's reputation rests on his long series of pioneering publications on the history of Spanish Jewry and the Marranos, based to a great degree on original and, in some cases manuscript, sources. His Geschichte der Juden in Spanien und Portugal, which in fact covered mainly Navarre and the Balearic Islands (vol. 1, 1861) and Portugal (vol. 2, 1867) , was the first work in which Hebrew sources were consistently used. His works on Marrano history and literature put the study on a new footing and were the basis of all subsequent treatments” (Cecil Roth, EJ, 2007) SUBJECT(S): Jews -- Portugal -- History. Juifs -- Portugal -- Histoire. Wear to leather on spine, small chip to title page. Pages slightly tanned, first few pages fragile. Binding solid, very good condition. (SEF-23-5) (ID #25139) 45.00.

143. • Sanches, António Nunes Ribeiro. CHRISTÃOS NOVOS E CHRISTÃOS VELHOS EM PORTUGAL. Porto, Livraria Paisagem, 1973. Paper wrappers, 8vo. 81 pages. In Portugese. SUBJECT (S): Maranos in Portugal. OCLC lists 24 copies worldwide. Pages darkened, otherwise very good condition. (MX-6-15) (ID #19313) 100.00.

SEF-33-7.jpg (131105 bytes)144. • Pullan, Brian S. THE JEWS OF EUROPE AND THE INQUISITION OF VENICE, 1550-1670. Totowa, N. J.: Barnes & Noble, 1983. Hardcover, 8vo, xv, 348 pages, 24 cm. SUBJECT (S): Jews -- Italy -- Venice -- History. Marranos -- Italy -- Venice -- History. Inquisition -- Italy -- Venice. Juifs -- Italie -- Venise -- Histoire. Marranes -- Italie -- Venise -- Histoire. Inquisition -- Italie -- Venise -- Histoire. Venice (Italy) -- Ethnic relations. Venise (Italie) -- Relations interethniques. Includes index. Bibliography on pages 321-331. In dustjacket. Lightwear to edges. Very good condition. (Sef-33-7) (ID #25313) 30.00.

145. • Roth, Cecil. A HISTORY OF THE MARRANOS. Philadelphia, Jewish Publication Society of America, 1932. Cloth, 8vo, xii, 424 pages, illustrations, 21 cm. CONTENTS: Foreword, Introductory: The Antecedents of Crypto-Judaism, I. The Beginnings of Marranism, II. The Establishment of the Inquisition, III. The General Conversion in Portugal, IV. The Heyday of the Inquisition, V. The Inquisitional Procedure and the Auto-da-fe, VI. Saints, Heroes, and Martyrs, VII. The Religion of the Marranos, VIII. The Marrano Diaspora, IX. The Dutch Jerusalem, X. Resettlement in the New World, XII. Some Marrano Worthies, XIII. The Literature of the Marranos, XIV. The Decline of the Inquisition, Epilogue: The Marranos of Today, Notes, Bibliography, Index. "Bibliography of some of the more important works used" on pages 401-407. SUBJECT (S): Marranos--History. Inquisition--Spain. Frontis photo, black and white illustrations. Bumped corners, ex library, good Condition. (SEF-9-1) (ID #19416) 30.00.

146. • Roth, Cecil. A HISTORY OF THE MARRANOS. Philadelphia, Jewish Publication Society of America, 1947. Cloth, 8vo, xii, 424 pages, illustrations, 21 cm. Frontis photo, black and white illustrations. Bumped corners, ex library, good Condition. (MX-33-6) (ID #25078) 30.00.

147. • Roth, Cecil. A HISTORY OF THE MARRANOS. Philadelphia, Jewish Publication Society of America, 1959. Cloth, 8vo, xii, 424 pages, illustrations, 21 cm. Frontis photo, black and white illustrations. Very good Condition. (MX-33-15) (ID #25080) 30.00.

SEF-24-5.jpg (187072 bytes)148. • Slouschz, Nahum. HA-ANUSIM BE-PORTUGAL. Tel-Aviv: Devir, 1931. (FT) Hardcover, 8vo, 185 pages, 24 cm. In Hebrew. SUBJECT(S): Jews -- Portugal -- History. Marranos -- Portugal -- History. Portugal -- History -- Manuel I, 1495-1521. Portugal -- Ethnic relations. Includes bibliographical references. Slouschz (1871–1966) , was a “scholar and writer, archaeologist and historian, traveler and translator. Born in Smorgan near Vilna, son of David Solomon Slouschz, rabbi, maskil, and early Zionist, Slouschz was taken as a child to Odessa. Odessa became the center of the Hovevei Zion movement and of the Hebrew renascence, and Slouschz took an active part in those political and cultural activities. He wrote on a variety of subjects for the Hebrew press both in Russia and in Erez Israel, and for a time edited a Russian-Jewish paper, Odesskaya Gazeta (1897) . During World War I Slouschz was involved in activities to influence the French government in agreeing to the Balfour Declaration , and he visited the United States in the same cause. While in New York he contributed to the Hebrew and Yiddish press, and acted as editor of the Jewish Morning Journal. In 1919 Slouschz settled in Erez Israel, where he revived the Palestine Exploration Society and edited its publications” (Berenbaum and Skolnik in EJ 2007) . OCLC lists 35 copies worldwide. Lightly bumped corners and edges. Wear to binding. Good condition. (Sef-24-5) (ID #25164) 45.00.

149. • Yerushalmi, Yosef Hayim. THE RE-EDUCATION OF MARRANOS IN THE SEVENTEENTH CENTURY. Cincinnati: Judaic Studies Program University of Cincinnati, 1980. Paper Wrappers. 8vo. 16 pages. Yerushalmi is a U. S. Scholar of medieval and modern Jewish history. Yerushalmi was born in New York, graduated from Yeshiva University, took his doctorate at Columbia, and was ordained at the Jewish Theological Seminary of America in 1957. A specialist in Sephardic and Marrano studies, he is editor of Studia Sephardica. Among his many works are: From Spanish Court to Italian Ghetto; Isaac Cardoso, a Study in 17th Century Marranism and Jewish Apologetics (1971) , and "The Inquisition and the Jews of France in the Time of Bernard Gui, " in: Harvard Theological Review, 63 (1970) , 317-376; Haggadah and History (1973) ; The Lisbon Massacre of 1506 and the Royal Image in the Shebet Yehudah (1976) . He has also prepared excellent editions of M. Kayserlings' Bibliotheca espanola-portugueza-judaica (1971) ; and A. Herculano's History of the Origin and Establishment of the Inquisition in Portugal. (EJ editorial staff) SUBJECT(S): Marranos; Marranen. Old mailing label on back cover. Very good condition. (SEF-9-5). (ID #19421) 30.00.

150. • Yovel, Yirmiyahu. The New Otherness: Marrano Dualities in the First Generation. San Francisco: Swig Judaic Studies Program, University of San Francisco, 1999. Paper Wrappers. 8vo. 14 pages. Sections include: Introduction; The New Otherness; The Judaizers; Women as "Semi-Rabbis; " Interiority & Hope; Dialectical Paradoxes and Reversals; The Assimilated; The Drifters and Accommodators; Nostalgia vs. Hope; The Determined Neophytes; Marrano Anti-Judaism; The Spiritual Seekers; The This Worldly, the Skeptics, and the Heretics: The Career Seekers: an Early Individualism; The Proto-Universalists; Secularism and the Crisis of Transcendence. SUBJECT (S): Jews - Spain; Marranos - Spain; Christian converts from Judaism. OCLC lists 14 copies. Binding is paperback. Back has an address sticker and postal stamp. Very Good condition. (SEF-5-18) . Xx (ID #17906) 30.00.


151. • Isaacs, Lionel A. THE JEWS OF MAJORCA [MALLORCA]. 1936. London: Methuen & Co. Ltd. Original Publisher’s Cloth, 8vo, 283 pages. Includes Index and six plates. Considered the first consecutive history of the Jews of Majorca and the most complete account of the Inquisition on that island at the time of publication. Very Good Condition. In Good+ Jacket wit light edgewear. (sef-6-14) (ID #21461) 100.00.

152. • Another Copy. Ex-library with minimal markings, Otherwise, very good condition. (Sef-35-30) (ID #25429) 75.00.



153. • Moore, Kenneth. THOSE OF THE STREET: THE CATHOLIC-JEWS OF MALLORCA: A STUDY IN URBAN CULTURAL CHANGE. Notre Dame, Ind.: University Of Notre Dame Press, 1976 . Cloth , 8vo. 218 pages, plates of illustrations, maps on endpapers. In English. SUBJECT (S): Chuetas. Joden-christenen. Sociale geschiedenis. Marranen. Majorca (Spain) -- Social conditions. In very good condition. (MX17-14) (ID #21494) 30.00.



SEF-21-6.jpg (158062 bytes)154. • Porcel, Baltasar. LOS CHUETAS MALLORQUINES: QUINCE SIGLOS DE RACISMO. Palma De Mallorca: Miguel Font, 1991. Softcover, 8vo, 168 pages, 16 pages of plates, illustrated, 21 cm. In Spanish. Series: Colleccion La Rodella; 8. SUBJECT (S): Jews -- Spain -- Majorca -- History. Chuetas -- History. Inquisition -- Spain -- Majorca -- History. Majorca (Spain) -- Ethnic relations. OCLC lists 3 copies worldwide (Boston, US Holocaust, Nat Lib of Israel) . Light wear to binding. Very good condition. (Sef-21-6) (ID #25176) 75.00.



155. • Gaster, Moses; David De Sola. SEDER HA-TEFILOT: KEFI MINHAG KEHILAT HA-KODESH SEFARADIM SHA`AR HA-SHAMAYIM BE-LONDON: `IM TIRGUM ANGLI MI-YESUD DAVID DI AHARON DI SOLAH... ; U-TEFILAT BAR MITSVAH ME-ET...BINYAMIN ARTOM... ; VE-LUAH HA-MO`ADIM VEHA-SHABATOT...ME-ET MOSHEH DI AVRAHAM . MENAHEM GASTER. VOLUMES 1 AND 3. London: H. Frowde, 1901, 1904. Leather, (FT) 8vo. Xxx, 245, 69; xvi, 280 pages. In English and Hebrew; includes music. Volume 1 and 3 (of 3) only. SUBJECT(S): Judaism – prayer-books and devotions; Judaism – liturgy – texts. OCLC lists 13 copies worldwide. Gaster (1856-1939) was born in Bucharest, but studied in Braslau, where he was ordained at the Jewish Theological Seminary of Breslau in 1881. In 1885 he was expelled from Romania due to his political activism on the part of that country's Jews. He moves to England, where he began teaching Slavonic literature at Oxford University in 1886. Aside from his scholarship, Gaster was an active Zionist. “He accompanied L. Oliphant on his visits to Rumania, Constantinople, and Erez Israel, and also played a considerable part in the establishment of Zikhron Ya'akov and Rosh Pinnah in Palestine, the first colonies settled by Rumanian Jews. ” He was also elected as a vice president at the first four Zionist Congresses. (Roth, EJ) Vol 1 has red leather covers, vol 3 has brown leather. Gilt dentelles, marbled endpapers, all edges gilt; gilt title on spine. Edgeworn, moisture stain on first few pages of vol 1, first few pages of vol 3 stuck together. Good condition. (SEF-10-9) . Price per volume. Please indicate which is needed. (ID #20906) 75.00.

SEF-17-2.jpg (184135 bytes)156. • Toledano, Eliezer. Kleinkaufman, Avrohom. Kleinkaufman, Dovid. MAHAZOR KOL YEHUDAH: THE OROT SEPHARDIC MAHAZOR (COMPLETE SET) . Lakewood, N. J.: Orot, 1998. Hardcover, 8vo, xxiii, 803 pages, 23 cm. In English; vocalized Hebrew text of mahzor with linear English translation. Orot Tefillah series. SUBJECT (S): Mahzorim -- Texts. Liturgy -- Texts. Judaism -- Sephardic rite -- Liturgy -- Texts. “Avraham Kleinkaufman translated the vast majority of the mahazor... Dovid Kleinkaufman translated a significant portion”. Other Titles: Mahzor (Sephardic) . 1998; Mahazor Kol Yehudah; Title on verso of title page; Orot Sephardic mahazor; Mahzor (Sephardic) ; English; 1998. Mahazor for Sukkot, Pesah, Shavuot, Yom Kippur, Rosh Hashana. Is in excellent condition. (Sef-17-2) (ID #25019) 200.00.


SEF-15-8.jpg (271654 bytes)157. • Ben-Tsur, Chaim, Gary Fruhman, Chaim Jacoby, Ovadia Melamed, Jill Mendelson, Ann K. Schuster and Hadar Zabari. HAGADAH SHEL PESAH: AL PI HA-MASORET HA-MEKORIT SHEL AVOTENU YEHUDE TEMAN. Brooklyn, NY: Association Of Jewish Yemenites In The United States, 1998. (FT) Hardcover, 8vo, 48 pages, 28 cm. In Hebrew and English. SUBJECT(S): Haggadot -- Texts. Judaism -- Yemen (Republic) -- Customs and practices. Seder -- Liturgy -- Texts. Judaism -- Liturgy -- Texts. Passover -- Customs and practices. Jews -- Yemen (Republic) -- Social life and customs. "Printed in Tel Aviv, Israel. Hotsa'ah meyuhedet shel Agudat ha-Yehudim ha-Temanim be-Artsot ha-berit"--On title page.Other Titles: Haggadah (Yemen). English & Hebrew.; Passover Haggadah; the original tradition of the Jews Of Yemen; Haggadah. Facing pages numbered in duplicate. OCLC lists 27 copies worldwide. Light wear to spine. Bumped cover corners. Very good condition. (Sef-15-8) (ID #25403) 75.00.

SEF-16-16.jpg (187864 bytes)158. • Cohen, Jonathan; Rabbi. THE SEPHARDI HAGGADAH: WITH TRANSLATION, COMMENTARY AND COMPLETE GUIDE TO THE LAWS OF PESAH AND THE SEDER. Jerusalem; New York: Feldheim, 1989. (FT) Hardcover, 8vo, xv, 159 pages, illustrated (some color) , 25 cm. Edition: 2nd revised. SUBJECT(S): Haggadot -- Texts. Seder -- Liturgy -- Texts. Judaism -- Sephardic rite -- Liturgy -- Texts. Haggadah (Sephardic) . English and Hebrew. Includes bibliographical references. Other Titles: Haggadah (Sephardic) . English & Hebrew: Sephardi Haggadah. In dust jacket. Very good condition. (Sef-16-16) (ID #25011) 30.00.


SEF-15-8B.jpg (222217 bytes)159. • Narkiss, Bezalel. THE GOLDEN HAGGADAH. London: British Library, 1997. Softcover, 8vo, 71 pages, color illustrations, 30 cm. Contents: The Golden Haggadah -- The full-page Biblical miniatures -- The artists of the Biblical miniatures -- The models for the Biblical miniatures -- The Jews of Barcelona and the patrons of the Golden Haggadah. SUBJECT (S): Descriptor: Jewish illumination of books and manuscripts. Manuscripts, Hebrew. Judaism -- Liturgy -- Texts. Documentation, information science and librarianship. Philosophy and religion. Arts and crafts. Manuscrits hebreux. Enluminure juive. Judaisme -- Liturgie -- Textes. Includes bibliography. Narkiss (1926–) , is a “Jewish art historian. Narkiss was born in Jerusalem, the son of Mordechai Narkiss , director of the Bezalel Art Museum. He studied at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and then taught history for five years at a secondary school in Haifa. It was only after his father's death, while examining and arranging his papers, that Narkiss found his vocation; to establish Jewish art as a specialized academic discipline. Through Narkiss' seminal work, the study of Jewish art has been transformed into a specialized academic discipline. He stressed the relationship of the style to that of the general art of the region, while pointing to specific Jewish elements and iconography. Narkiss published widely on the subject of illuminated Hebrew Manuscripts, and his major work on the subject, Hebrew Illuminated Manuscripts, has appeared in several editions” (Fraiman in EJ 2007) . Bend to lower right corners. Bumped edges. Wear to cover spine color. Very good condition. (Sef-15-8) (ID #25404) 30.00.


SEF-24-2.jpg (290303 bytes)160. • Benharoche-Baralia, M. J. Alvarez Pereyre, M. Kaplan, Jacob. Salzedo, M. A. Algazi, Leon. CHANTS HEBRAIQUES TRADITIONNELS EN USAGE DANS LA COMMUNAUTE SEPHARDIE DE BAYONNE. Biarritz Association Zadoc-Kahn, 1961. Softcover, 8vo, XLIV, 183 pages, 3 h. Grab. 27 cm. In French. SUBJECT (S): Musica judia. Canciones sefardies. OCLC lists 7 copies worldwide. Bumped corners and edges. Yellowing of pages. Wear to binding. Good condition. (Sef-24-2) (ID #25161) 125.00.



161. • Loeffler, James Benjamin. A GILGUL FUN A NIGUN: JEWISH MUSICIANS IN NEW YORK, 1881-1945. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard College Library, 1997. Paper wrappers, 4to, 63 pages. Includes material on Ladino musicians. Thesis (B. A. ) Dissertation. Series: Harvard Judaica Collection student research papers ; no. 3; SUBJECT(S): Klezmer music -- History and criticism. Jewish musicians -- New York (State) Volksmuziek. Joden. Includes bibliographical references (p. 60-63) and discography (p. 57-59) . Very good condition. (SEF-31-30) (ID #25288) 65.00.

SEF-17-6.jpg (297068 bytes)162. • Lopes Cardozo, Abraham. SEPHARDIC SONGS OF PRAISE: TENU SEVAHAH VEGAM SIRAH: ACCORDING TO THE SPANISH-PORTUGUESE TRADITION AS SUNG IN THE SYNAGOGE AND IN THE HOME. Tara Publications, 1987. Hardcover, 8vo, xiii, 128 pages, illustrations, 29 cm. In Hebrew with English. SUBJECT (S): Synagogue music. Sephardim -- Music. Text in Hebrew; English and Hebrew transcription, commentary in English. Other Titles: Tenu Sevahah vegam sirah. OCLC lists 5 copies worldwide (Hebrew College, Hebrew Union College, Baker and Taylor, Bibliotheek Universiteit Van Amsterdam, Gemeentearchief Amsterdam) . Light wear to cover binding. Slightly bumped corners. Very good condition. (Sef-17-6) (ID #25023) 30.00.

SEF-31-4.jpg (58965 bytes)163. • Pool, David De Sola; 1885-1970. THE WORLD OF THE SEPHARDIM. New York, Herzl Press, 1960. Original paper wrappers, 16mo, 71 pages. First Edition. Illustrated. SUBJECT (S) Sephardim. Jews -- Social life and customs. Sefarden. Based on lectures given at the Theodor Herzl Institute. Contents: “The World of the Sephardim: A Personal Survey” by David De Sola Pool, “Sephardi Folklore” by Raphael Patai, and “Music of the Sephardim” by Abraham L. Cardozo. Includes musical notation. Very good condition. (SEF-31-4) (ID #25263) 30.00.


164. • Sephardic Archives (New York, N. Y) . PIZMON: SYRIAN-JEWISH RELIGIOUS AND SOCIAL SONG. Hohokus, N. J.: Meadowlark, 1985. Paper wrappers, 4to, 8 pages. In English and Hebrew. Booklet to accompany an LP sound recording of the same title. With texts, translations, and commentary. SUBJECT (S): Sephardim -- Songs and music. Jews, Syrian -- New York (State) -- New York -- Songs and music. Very good condition. (SEF-31-29) (ID #25287) 40.00.


165. • BEN EZRA SYNAGOGUE. SHORT NOTE ABOUT THE OLDEST SYNAGOGUE IN EGYPT. [Cairo], 1985. Original paper wrappers, 16mo, 36 pages. 33 pages. Illustrated with black and white photographs. Souvenir guide for tourists to the synagogue in Cairo. According to the booklet, there were 42 Jewish families in Cairo at the time. With background on the Synagogue’s history, attractions in and around the synagogue, and sayings from the Talmud. SUBJECT (S) Jews -- Egypt -- Cairo. Synagogen. Ben Ezra Synagoge (Cairo) . OCLC lists 9 copies worldwide. Very good condition. (SEF-31-34) (ID #25292) 30.00.

SEF-31-9.jpg (122927 bytes)166. • Cantera Burgos, Francisco. SINAGOGAS DE TOLEDO, SEGOVIA Y CÓRDOBA. Madrid, Consejo Superior De Investigaciones Científicas, Instituto B. Arias Montano, 1973. Paper wrappers, 8vo, 193 pages. In Spanish. Inscribed by the author to Joseph Gutmann. Illustrated throughout with photographs and facsimile, includes fold out. SUBJECT (S): Synagogue architecture -- Spain. Synagogues -- Spain. Inscriptions, Hebrew -- Spain. Includes bibliographical references. Prologue by José Camón Aznar. Light wear to cover. Good + condition. (SEF-31-9) (ID #25268) 75.00.


SEF-27-19.jpg (92311 bytes) SEF-27-19illus.jpg (119978 bytes)167. • Cantera Burgos, Francisco. SINAGOGAS ESPAÑOLAS: CON ESPECIAL ESTUDIO DE LA DE CÓRDOBA Y LA TOLEDANA DE EL TRÁNSITO. Madrid: Instituto "arias Montano", 1955. Paper wrappers, 8vo, ix, 375 pages. First Edition. Joseph Gutmann’s copy with his notes. In Spanish. Illustrated with photographs, maps, and facsimiles. Includes fold outs. SUBJECT (S): Synagogues -- Spain. Synagogue architecture -- Spain. Jews -- Spain -- History. Spain -- Ethnic relations. Includes bibliographical references. Edgewear and light soil to covers. Good + condition. (SEF-27-19) (ID #25235) 150.00.



168. • Bar-Am, Micha and Rut Porter. JEWS IN ARAB LANDS TODAY: PHOTOGRAPHS. Tel Aviv: Beth Hatefutsoth, The Nahum Goldmann Museum Of The Jewish Diaspora; Munich: G. Kehayoff, 1996. Harcover, 4to, 143 pages, illustrated (some color) , 29 cm. SUBJECT(S): Jews -- Arab countries -- Pictorial works -- Exhibitions. Documentary photography -- Exhibitions. Published in conjunction with the exhibition of the same title held at Beth Hatefutsoth Mar. 14-Oct. 5, 1996. In dust jacket. Very good condition. (Sef-33-6) (ID #25312) 30.00.

169. • (Girona). JERUSALEM – GIRONA – JERUSALEM: IMATGES I TEXTOS ENTRE DUES CIUTATS. Ajuntament De Girona, Patronat “call De Girona”, ca 2000. Paper wrappers, 4to, 31 pages. In Catalan, Spanish, English, Hebrew, and French. Jerusalem – Girona – Jerusalem: Images and text between two cities. Beautifully printed, Full page color illustrations, photographs, and facsimiles of art and manuscripts from Jewish Girona. Very good condition. (SEF-35-3) (ID #25337) 30.00.

SEF-25-13.jpg (115516 bytes)170. • Heimann-Jelinek, Felicitas and Kurt Schubert, Kurt. SPHARADIM, SPANIOLEN: DIE JUDEN IN SPANIEN: DIE SEPHARDISCHE DIASPORA. Eisenstadt: Osterreichisches Judisches Museum In Eisenstadt, 1992. Softcover, 8vo, 241 pages, 45 illustrations (some color) , 24 cm. In German. Series: Studia Judaica Austriaca; Bd. 13. Contents: Das spanische Judentum -- Die sephardische Diaspora. SUBJECT(S): Jews -- Spain -- Exhibitions. Sephardim -- Exhibitions. Jewish art and symbolism --Exhibitions. Diaspora. Spain -- Ethnic relations -- Exhibitions. Catalog of exhibition at Osterreichisches Judisches Museum in Eisenstadt. Includes bibliographical references. Ligh twear to binding. Light chipping to edges of cover and cover binding. Small tear through word on title. Otherwise, very good condition. (Sef-25-13) (ID #25211) 35.00.

171. • Lambert, Phyllis and Bellaert, Joan. FORTIFICATION AND THE SYNAGOGUE: THE FORTRESS OF BABYLON AND THE BEN EZRA SYNAGOGUE, CAIRO. London: Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 1994 . Paper Wrappers , 4to. 279 p.: ill (some col. ) , maps, plans. In English. SUBJECT(S): Jews -- Egypt -- Cairo. Synagogues -- Egypt -- Cairo. Fortification -- Egypt -- Cairo -- History. Ben Ezra Synagoge (Cairo) Synagogen. Vestingwerken. Restauratie. In very good condition. (MX15-6) xx (ID #21376) 40.00.

SEF-22A-5.jpg (294450 bytes)172. • Mann, Vivian And Mari del Carmen Lacarra Ducay And Marcus B. Burke. AN UNEASY COMMUNION. JEWS, CHRISTIANS AND ALTARPIECES OF MEDIEVAL ARAGON . D Giles Ltd, 2010. Hardcover, 176 pages. 9781904832706. Provides an in-depth study of the production of altarpieces in medieval Spain. Vivian B. Mann is director of the Masters Program in Jewish Art at the Graduate School of the Jewish Theological Seminary, and Curator Emerita of the Jewish Museum; Maria del Carmen Lacarra Ducay is professor of Ancient and Medieval Art History at the University of Saragossa, Spain; Marcus B. Burke is curator of paintings, drawings, and metalwork at The Hispanic Society of America, New York; Thomas F. Glick is professor of history at Boston University. New condition. (SEF-22A-5) (ID #25055) 75.00.


SEF-23-29A.jpg (239523 bytes)173. • Schroeter, Daniel J, Mann, Vivian B, Jewish Museum (New York, N. Y.) . MOROCCO: JEWS AND ART IN A MUSLIM LAND. London: Merrill In Association With The Jewish Museum, 2000. Cloth, Square 4to, 192 pages.: illustrated. SUBJECT (S): Jewish art -- Morocco -- Exhibitions. Jews -- Morocco -- Exhibitions. Judaism in art -- Exhibitions. Morocco -- Civilization -- Exhibitions. "Published on the occasion of the exhibition Morocco: Jews and art in a Muslim land at the Jewish Museum, New York, September 24, 2000-February 11, 2000" Includes bibliographical references. Beautiful, high quality full color illustrations, reproductions, and photographs along with accompanying text. Exhibition program laid in. Fine condition in near fine jacket. (SEF-23-29) xx (ID #25152) 30.00.

174. • Schroeter, Daniel J, Mann, Vivian B, Jewish Museum (New York, N. Y. ) . MOROCCO: JEWS AND ART IN A MUSLIM LAND. London: Merrill In Association With The Jewish Museum, 2000. Paperback, Square 4to, 192 pages.: illustrated.  (SEF-23-29a) xx (ID #25158) 30.00.

175. • (Toledo) Vidal, Pedro Riera; translated by J. MacNab. THE JEWS IN TOLEDO AND THEIR SYNAGOGUES. 12mo; 48pages. Photo plate illustrations. SUBJECT (S): Jews - Spain - Toledo - history; Synagogues. Has dust jacket. Ex library with usual markings. Good Condition. (SEF-9-11) (ID #19427) 30.00.

SEF-31-7.jpg (206493 bytes)176. • (Turkey) Judah L. Magnes Memorial Museum. EMBELLISHED LIVES: CUSTOMS AND COSTUMES OF THE JEWISH COMMUNITIES OF TURKEY OCTOBER 29, 1989-FEBRUARY 11, 1990, JUDAH L. MAGNES MUSEUM, BERKELEY, CALIF. Berkeley, Calif.: Judah L. Magnes Memorial Museum, 1989. Paper wrappers, [28] pages. Illustrated. SUBJECT (S): Jews -- Turkey -- Exhibitions. Turkey -- Ethnic relations -- Exhibitions. Catalog of an exhibition curated by Michael L. Chyet. Very good condition. (SEF-31-7) xx (ID #25266) 65.00.



SEF-27-24.jpg (115611 bytes)177. • AKI YERUSHALAYIM: REVISTA DE LAS EMISIONES DE ISRAEL EN DJUDEO-ESPANIOL. ANYO 23 DJULIO 2002 NO. 69. [Jerusalem: S. N], 2002. Paper wrappers, 8vo, 88 pages. In Ladino, mostly in transliteration, with a few pages in Hebrew letters. Quarterly periodical. SUBJECT (S): Ladino philology -- Periodicals. Sephardim -- Periodicals. OCLC lists 23 worldwide. Very good condition. (SEF-27-24) (ID #25240) 40.00.



SEF-28-8.jpg (196113 bytes)178. • MEDITERRANEAN LANGUAGE REVIEW. SPECIAL ISSUE COMMEMORATING THE 5TH CENTENARY OF THE EXPULSION OF THE JEWS FROM SPAIN: 1492-1992: IN MEMORIAM HENRY R. KAHANE 1902-1992. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 1993. Softcover, 8vo, 287 pages, 24 cm. SUBJECT (S): Judeo-espagnol (langue) -- Histoire. Geographic: Mediterranee (region) -- Langues. Numero special de “Mediterranean language review”, N °6-7, 1990-1993. Bumped corners and edges. Very good condition. (Sef-28-8) (ID #25131) 135.00.

179. • NEUE ROMANIA: JUDENSPANISCH. VOLS I – X (OF 11) . Berlin: Inst. Für Romanische Philologie, Freie Universität, 1997 – 2006 . Paper wrappers, 8vo, Vol. 1, 284 p. Vol. 2, 268 p. Vol. 3, 231 p. Vol. 4, 217 p. Vol. 5, 117 p. Vol 6, 132 p. Vol. 7, 243 p. Vol. 8, 263 p. Vol. 9, 279 p. Vol. 10, 221 p. In German, French, Spanish, Ladino, and English. Series: Neue Romania. Illustrated, with facsimiles. SUBJECT (S): Ladino language. Judeo-Arabic language. Very good condition. (SEF-35-14) (ID #25348) 200.00.

180. • Albukrek, Lina, Edith Mitrani Ashkenazy and Gad Nassi. EN TIERRAS AJENAS YO ME VO MURIR: TEKSTOS KONTEMPORANOS EN DJUDEO-ESPANIOL; LEYENDA DE UNA LINGUA, HAKETIA, KUENTOS, MEMORIAS, MELISELDA, OKI OKI. Istanbul: Isis Press, 2002. Softcover, 4to, 559 pages, illustrated. In Ladino. SUBJECT (S): Ladino literature. Legends, Jewish. Sephardim -- Anecdotes. Short stories, Ladino. Anthologie; Judenspanisch. Other Titles: Tekstos kontemporanos en djudeo-espaniol. OCLC lists 26 copies worldwide. Light wear to edges and cover binding. Otherwise, very good condition. (Sef-33-5) (ID #25311) 125.00.

181. • Alvar, Manuel. LA LEYENDA DE PASCUA: tradicion cultural y arcaismo lexico en una Hagada de Pesah en judeo-espanol. Barcelona: Editorial AUSA, 1986. Cloth with gilt embossed design on cover and lettering on spine. In Spanish and Ladino. Illustrated with color facsimiles of original illuminated hagada. Near fine condition in very good + jacket. (SEF-31-32) (ID #25290) 75.00.

182. • Armistead, Samuel G. and Israel J. Katz. EL ROMANCERO TRADICIONAL EN LA PROVINCIAL DE SORIA (OFFPRINT FROM CELTIBERIA, NUM. 58, 1979) . Centro De Estudios Sorianos, 1979. Paper wrappers, 8vo, 9 pages (pp.163 – 172) . Includes material on Ladino romanceros. In Spanish. Inscribed by the author (Katz) . Very good condition. (SEF-35-18) (ID #25382) 30.00.

SEF-25-12.jpg (73392 bytes)183. • Armistead, Samuel G. and Israel J. Katz. IN THE FOOTSTEPS OF KURT SCHINDLER: BALLAD COLLECTING IN SORIA. Madrid, 1979. Paperback, 8vo, 9 pages, 24 cm. Includes some material on traditional Ladino from the Soria region. SUBJECT (S): etnomuzikologija; separati; panova piscal; balada; spanska glasba; ljudske pesmi. Original: El Romancero hoy Nuevas fronteras ; The Hispanic Ballad Today New Frontiers. OCLC lists 2 copies worldwide (Corbiss. SI-Izum, Faculty of Arts, Ljubljana) . Signed by author in top left corner. Light wear. Very good condition. (Sef-25-12) (ID #25210) 30.00.



SEF-25-11.jpg (85946 bytes)184. • Armistead, Samuel G. and Israel J. Katz. TRES CUENTOS TRADICIONALES DE LA PROVINCIA DE SORIA. Soria, Espana: Centro De Estudios Sorianos, 1974. Paperback, 8vo, 12 pages, 24 cm. In Spanish. Reprinted, with new pagination, from Celiberia, Nr. 47. OCLC lists 1 copy worldwide (El Colegio De Mexico) . Signed by author on top left corner of cover. Light wear. Very good condition. (Sef-25-11) (ID #25209) 30.00.



SEF-16-20.jpg (125205 bytes)185. • Armistead, Samuel G. and Joseph H. Silverman. FOLK LITERATURE OF THE SEPHARDIC JEWS. 1, THE JUDEO-SPANISH BALLAD CHAPBOOKS OF YACOB ABRAHAM YONA (ONLY VOLUME 1) . Berkeley: University Of California Press, 1971. Hardcover, 8vo, XIV-640 pages, 23 cm. SUBJECT (S): Ballads, Ladino -- Texts. Chapbooks, Ladino. Ballades judeo-espagnoles. Ballades judeo-espagnoles --Traductions anglaises. Litterature de colportage ladino. Yona, Ya? Acob Abraham. Yona, Yacob Abraham. Yona, Yacob Abraham. “The ballads (in Spanish and English) ” on pages 37-365. “The chapbooks (in Hebrew characters) ” on pages 367-530. Bibliography on pages 533-590. Wear to edges of dust jacket. Very good condition. (Sef-16-20) (ID #25015) 30.00.


SEF-23-8.jpg (114999 bytes)186. • Asa, Abraham. Lazar, Moshe; 1928-. THE LADINO FIVE SCROLLS: ABRAHAM ASA'S VERSIONS OF THE HEBREW AND ARAMAIC TEXTS. Culver City, CA: Labyrinthos, 1992. Cloth, 4to, xviii, 275 pages. Limited Edition. In Ladino. Text in Hebrew characters and Latin script. Introduction in English. Series: The Sephardic classical library, 7; Contents: Song of Songs, Ruth, Lamentations, Ecclesiastes, Esther. SUBJECT (S): Bible. O. T. Five Scrolls. Aramaic -- Translations into Ladino. Ladino text presented in original Hebrew characters and romanization on facing pages. Includes text of scroll along with commentary. “Abraham Asa, the gifted and prolific translator of the Hebrew Scriptures…and of many other historical and rabbinic works, had also published in Constantinople (1744) , and this for the first time, all the Five Scrolls [Hebrew text and Targum version, Ladino translations of both, with Rashi’s commentary], in a small volumes of 114 folios, which became the standard popular edition among the Sephardim of the Ottoman Empire” (from Editor’s preface) Includes facsimiles of sections of the original 1744 edition. Includes bibliographical references. Silver embossed spine title and tablet design on cover. A print out of the complete list of the Sephardic Classical Library Collection laid in. Near Fine condition. (SEF-23-8) (ID #25142) 30.00.

SEF-17-12.jpg (193405 bytes)187. • Attias, Moshe. ROMANCERO SEFARADI: ROMANZAS Y CANTES POPULARES EN JUDEO-ESPANOL. Yerushalayim: Mekhon Ben-Tsevi, Ha-Universit'ah Ha-'ivrit, 1961. Hardcover, 8vo, xii, 347 pages, 6 leaves of plates, illustrations, facsims, 25 cm. In Hebrew and Spanish. SUBJECT (S): Ladino poetry. Folk poetry, Ladino. Ladino poetry -- Translations into Hebrew. Text in Hebrew and Ladino. Includes bibliographical references and indexes. Other Titles: Romancero Sefaradi; romanzas y cantes populares en judeo-espanol. Bumping and tears to dust jacket. Book in very good condition. (Sef-17-12) (ID #25029) 200.00.


SEF-23-32.jpg (140879 bytes)188. • Barocas, David N. A STUDY ON THE MEANING OF LADINO, JUDEZMO, AND THE SPANISH JEWISH DIALECT. New York: Foundation For The Advancement Of Sephardic Studies And Culture, 1976. Paper wrappers, 4to, 239 pages . Illustrated, facsimiles. Series: The Sepharadic storm lamp; The Foundation for the Advancement of Sephardic Studies and Culture ; Tract no. 11. SUBJECT (S): Ladino philology. Sephardim. "With an introductory essay by Henry V. Besso on Judeo-Spanish – Its Growth and Decline”: Includes bibliography. OCLC lists 17 copies worldwide. (SEF-23-32) (ID #25155) 100.00.


SEF-13-6.jpg (190129 bytes)189. • Bendelac, Alegria. DICCIONARIO DEL JUDEOESPANOL DE LOS SEFARDIES DEL NORTE DE MARRUECOS: JAQUETIA TRADICIONAL Y MODERNA. Caracas: Centro De Estudios Sefardies De Caracas, 1995. Hardcover, 8vo, lxi, 1242 pages, 24 cm. In Spanish. SUBJECT (S): Haketia language -- Dictionaries -- Spanish. Spanish language -- Dictionaries -- Haketia. Ladino (Joods-Spaans) Spaans. “Alegria Bendelac spent 10 years of her life creating a dictionary for a language that is no longer spoken. Ms. Bendelac, a petite, energetic woman who looks much younger than her years, was born and raised in Tangier, Morocco. Her family was among the last few hundred Jews in a city in which some 10,000 once resided” (Friends of Morroco) . OCLC lists 28 copies worldwide. Wear to edges of dustjacket. Tear through bottom inch of back dustjacket. Lightwear. Very good condition. (Sef-13-6) (ID #24962) 150.00.

SEF-27-25.jpg (97853 bytes)190. • Bendelac, Alegría, 1928-. LOS NUESTROS--SEJINÁ, LETUARIOS, JAQUETÍA Y FRAJA: UN RETRATO DE LOS SEFARADÍES DEL NORTE DE MARRUECOS A TRAVÉS DE SUS RECUERDOS Y DE SU LENGUA (1860-1984) . New York: P. Lang, 1987. Hardcover, 8vo, xi, 467 pages. In Spanish. Handwritten letter from the author laid in. Title in English: “Ours - Sejina, Letuarios, Jaqueti And Fraja: A Portrait of the North of Morocco Sephardim through its Language and its Memories” Series: Studies in the humanities literature--politics--society ; v. 10. SUBJECT (S): Sephardim -- Morocco. Jews -- Morocco. Hakétia language (Western Ladino). Jews -- Morocco -- Languages. Morocco -- Ethnic relations. Includes bibliography. ISBN: 0820406155: ; 9780820406152 LCCN: 87-16486 (ID #25241) (sef-27-25) 50.00.


SEF-23-1.jpg (102989 bytes)191. • Benmayor, Rina. Mauleón, Judith H. ROMANCES JUDEO-ESPAÑOLES DE ORIENTE: NUEVA RECOLECCIÓN. Madrid: Cátedra-Seminario Menéndez Pidal: Gredos, 1979. Paper wrappers, 8vo, 260 pages, [7] leaves of photographs. Includes musical notation throughout. Cover illustration. In Spanish. Series: Fuentes para el estudio del romancero; Serie Sefardí, 5; SUBJECT (S): Folk songs, Ladino -- History and criticism. Folk music -- History and criticism. Sephardim -- Music -- History and criticism. Chansons folkloriques juives (Ladino) -- Histoire et critique. Literatura sefardí; Poesía; Historia y crítica. ; Poesía sefardí; Historia y crítica. A revision of the editor's thesis, University of California, Berkeley, 1974. Includes indexes and bibliography. Small, light stain to cover, very good condition. ISBN: 8460015645 (SEF-23-1) (ID #25133) 75.00.

SEF-13-4.jpg (134996 bytes)192. • Cohen Aflalo, Esther. “LO QUE YO SE” (MANUAL DE HAKETIA) . Madrid: E. Cohen Aflalo, 2000. Softcover, 8vo, 152 pages , 21 cm. + 1 sound disc (digital ; 4 3/4 in. CD present) . Ladino Manual. In Spanish. Other Titles: “Que yo se”. Very good condition. (Sef-13-4) . (ID #24960) 50.00.



SEF-23-27.jpg (66985 bytes)193. • Congregation Shearith Israel (New York, N. Y. ) . THE AMERICANIZATION OF A HISPANIC GROUP: THE SEPHARDIC EXPERIENCE IN THE UNITED STATES: PROCEEDINGS OF A CONFERENCE SPONSORED BY THE SEPHARDIC HOUSE AT SHEARITH ISRAEL…. New York, N. Y.: Shearith Israel, 1981. Paper wrappers, staple bound, 8vo, 64 pages. SUBJECT (S): Ladino language -- United States -- Congresses. Sephardim -- United States -- Congresses. Conference held April 5, 1981. Includes bibliography. Contents: “The Literary, Social, and Cultural Life of the Judeo-Spanish Sephardim During the Immigrant Generation (Early 1900’s) ” by Rabbi Marc Angel, “Judeo-Spanish as a Language of Liturgy and Religious Identification” by Professor David Altabe, Judeo-Spanish as a Language of Communication, Folklore and Cultural Identity” by Professor David Romey, and “ The Decline of Judeo-Spanish Among American Sephardim; Implications for Sephardic Identity” by Dr. Tracy Harris. OCLC lists 15 copies worldwide. Slight tanning and light staining to covers. Good + condition. (SEF-23-27) (ID #25150) 40.00.

194. • Culi, Jakob; D. 1732. Gonzalo Maeso, David. Pascual Recuero, Pascual. ME'AM LOEZ: EL GRAN COMENTARIO BIBLICO SEFARDI(TOMO 1, PARTE 1: GENESIS I – XXV, 18) . Madrid: Editorial Gredos, 1969. Paper wrappers, 8vo, 736 pages. In Ladino. Series: Biblioteca universal sefardi? ; Publicaciones del Instituto Ibn Tibbo? N. “The Me’am Lo’ez is a classic Judaic work written in the language that the Jews of Spain brought with them to the Ottoman Empire in 1492…the book is essentially an encyclopedic commentary on the Torah, written in an easy style for the common person…It was developed via the brilliancy of Haham Yakoub Huli of Constantinople. Bron in 1689 CE, Huli immigrated to the Holy Land via Crete, settled in Jerusalem, and lived his remaining days ion Safed. He would become a principal leader of world Jewry by his fourth decade of life” ( SUBJECT(S): Bible. O. T. -- Commentaries. "Comprende esta magna obra toda una serie de libros realizados por diversos comentaristas, desde Jacob ben Meir Kulli? , genial planeador de la obra. " Includes bibliography. Very good condition. (SEF-31-18) (ID #25277) 125.00.

195. • Culi, Jakob; D. 1732. Gonzalo Maeso, David. Pascual Recuero, Pascual. ME'AM LO'EZ: EL GRAN COMENTARIO BIBLICO SEFARDI(TOMO 1, PARTE2: GENESIS XXV, 16 – L, 26) . Madrid: Editorial Gredos, 1970. Paper wrappers, 8vo, [477], 78 pages. In Ladino. Series: Biblioteca universal sefardi? ; Publicaciones del Instituto Ibn Tibbo? N. “The Me’am Lo’ez is a classic Judaic work written in the language that the Jews of Spain brought with them to the Ottoman Empire in 1492…the book is essentially an encyclopedic commentary on the Torah, written in an easy style for the common person…It was developed via the brilliancy of Haham Yakoub Huli of Constantinople. Born in 1689 CE, Huli immigrated to the Holy Land via Crete, settled in Jerusalem, and lived his remaining days ion Safed. He would become a principal leader of world Jewry by his fourth decade of life” ( SUBJECT(S): Bible. O. T. -- Commentaries. "Comprende esta magna obra toda una serie de libros realizados por diversos comentaristas, desde Jacob ben Meir Kulli? , genial planeador de la obra. " Includes bibliography. Very good condition. (SEF-31-19) (ID #25278) 125.00.

196. • Culi, Jakob; D. 1732. Gonzalo Maeso, David. Pascual Recuero, Pascual. ME'AM LO'EZ: EL GRAN COMENTARIO BIBLICO SEFARDI(TOMO PRELIMINAR: PROLEGO? MENOS) . Madrid: Editorial Gredos, 1964. Paper wrappers, 8vo, 186 pages. In Ladino. Series: Biblioteca universal sefardi? ; Publicaciones del Instituto Ibn Tibbo? N. “The Me’am Lo’ez is a classic Judaic work written in the language that the Jews of Spain brought with them to the Ottoman Empire in 1492…the book is essentially an encyclopedic commentary on the Torah, written in an easy style for the common person…It was developed via the brilliancy of Haham Yakoub Huli of Constantinople. Bron in 1689 CE, Huli immigrated to the Holy Land via Crete, settled in Jerusalem, and lived his remaining days ion Safed. He would become a principal leader of world Jewry by his fourth decade of life” ( SUBJECT(S): Bible. O. T. -- Commentaries. "Comprende esta magna obra toda una serie de libros realizados por diversos comentaristas, desde Jacob ben Meir Kulli? , genial planeador de la obra. " Includes bibliography. Very good condition. (SEF-31-17) (ID #25276) 125.00.

SEF-25-16.jpg (91998 bytes)197. • Diaz Mas, Paloma. LOS SEFARDIES: HISTORIA, LENGUA, Y CULTURA. Barcelona, Espana: Riopiedras Ediciones, 1993. Softcover, 8vo, 316 pages, 22 cm. In Spanish. Edition: Segunda edicion. Series: Coleccion Aula hispanica. SUBJECT (S): Sephardim -- History. Ladino philology. Sefarditas; Historia. Includes indexes. " ... Con un apendice: "Los estudios sefardies de 1983 a 1992." Includes bibliographical references on pages 283-292. Light wear. Very good condition. (Sef-25-16) (ID #25214) 40.00.

198. • Harris, Tracy K. DEATH OF A LANGUAGE: THE HISTORY OF JUDEO-SPANISH. Newark, University of Delaware Press, June 1994. Cloth, ISBN: 0-87413-497-8 354 pages. Includes bibliographical references (p. 323-339) and index. Very Good Condition in Good Jacket (sefes-14-3) (ID #24797) 150.00.

SEF-28-4.jpg (129183 bytes)199. • Hetzer, Armin. SEPHARDISCH: JUDEO-ESPANOL, DJUDEZMO; EINFUHRUNG IN DIE UMGANGSSPRACHE DER SUDOSTEUROPAISCHEN JUDEN. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 2001. Softcover, 8vo, x, 135 pages, 24 cm. In German. SUBJECT (S): Ladino languge -- Grammar. Ladino (Joods-Spaans) . Sefarden. Includes bibliographical references. Lightly bumped corners. Excellent condition. (Sef-28-4) (ID #25127) 55.00.

200. • Jerusalmi, Isaac. LADINO: THE LANGUAGE OF JUDAISM AND DAILY SPEECH. READ AT THE INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON JEWS AND JUDEO-CONVERTS OF SPAIN, YESHIVA UNIVERSITY, NEW YORK ON TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1992. 1992. Photocopied packet, 18 pages. Article by Isaac Jerusalmi, from the Hebrew Union College in Cincinnati. Discusses the origins of Ladino, including the influence of Turkish. Light wear. Notes in pencil on a few pages. (Sef-35-17) (ID #25381) 30.00.

SEF-23-33.jpg (86064 bytes)201. • Jerusalmi, Isaac, 1928- ; Rifat Pasa, Mehmet Sadik; 1807-1856. ; Risâle-Yi Ahlâk. FROM OTTOMAN TURKISH TO LADINO: THE CASE OF MEHMET SADIK RIFAT PASHA'S RISÂLE-I AHLÂK AND JUDGE YEHEZKEL GABBAY'S BUEN DOTRINO: ENLARGED ORIGINAL TEXTS IN OTTOMAN TURKISH AND RASHI SCRIPTS, WITH FACE-TO-FACE TRANSLITERATIONS, GLOSSARIES AND AN INTRO. Cincinnati, Ohio: I. Jerusalmi, 1990. Hardcover, 4to, 1 volume (various pagings): illustrated. Texts in Ottoman Turkish and Ladino; commentary in English. Series: Ladino books, 2; SUBJECT(S): Islamic ethics. Ladino language -- Texts. First work previously published: [Istanbul?: s. N, 1306 i. E. 1888 or 1889]; 2nd work originally published: Galatah: Y. Gabbay, 5621 [1860 or 1861]/ Buen dotrino is a Ladino adaptation of Risâle-yi ahlâk. Includes bibliographical references. Edgewear to top of dustjacket. Very good condition in good jacket. (SEF-23-33) (ID #25156) 110.00.

202. • Kayserling, Meyer, 1829-1905. SEPHARDIM. ROMANISCHE POESIEN DER JUDEN IN SPANIEN. EIN BEITRAG ZUR LITERATUR UND GESCHICHTE DER SPANISCH-PORTUGIESISCHEN JUDEN. Leipzig, H. Mendelssohn, 1859. Paper wrappers, xii, 370 pages. In German. 1st edition. Title in English: Roman Poetry of The Jews in Spain. A Contribution to The Literature and History of the Spanish-Portuguese Jews. Kayserling was a German-born rabbi and historian, and a prolific author. From 1870 he was rabbi and preacher in Budapest. (JE) SUBJECT(S): Spanish literature -- Jewish authors. Portuguese literature -- Jewish authors. Pages uncut. Small chip to spine. Some staining to edges of pages, not obscuring text. Slight edgewear to cover, corner of back cover creased. Good + condition. (RAB-39-4) (ID #24633) 175.00.

SEF-13-3.jpg (70254 bytes)203. • Koen-Sarano, Matilda. KON BAYLES KOMEDIAS I KANTES: DZIEZISIETE KOMEDIAS MUZIKALES. Berlin Inst. Fur Romanische Philologie, 2008. Softcover, 8vo, 321 pages, 21 cm. In Ladino. Series: Judenspanisch; 12; Neue Romania; 38; Judenspanisch; 12; Neue Romania; 38. “Koen-Sarano studied in the Jewish Community School of Milan, and also studied Languages at the Bocconi University in Milan and also Italian Literature and Judaeo-Spanish literature and Judaeo-Spanish folklore at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. She made aliya in 1960. In the summer of 1979, she participated in the seminar for ladino language radio producers held in Kol Israel. This sparked in her the desire to write in this language and of putting the spotlight on everything she lived by theend of her childhood. In order to achieve this, she started interviewing several people from the Sephardic world and to record and keep hundreds of folk tales and traditional stories. Besides, this activity made her return to the university, as a scholar. Then she published her first book of Sephardic Folk Tales, named Kuentos del Folklor de la Famiya Djudeo-Espanyola (Folk tales of the Judaeo-Spanish family) , in 1986, in Jerusalem. On April of 2009 she published her most recent book, “Kon bayles I kantes, Sefaradis de dor en dor” (With dances and songs, Sephardim from pain to pain) ” (Wikipedia 2009) . OCLC lists 1 copy worldwide (Die Deutsche Nationalbibliothek) . Bent cover corners. Very good condition. (Sef-13-3) (ID #24959) 65.00.

204. • Koen-Sarano, Matilda. TABELAS DE VERBOS EN DJUDEO-ESPANYOL. Yerushalayim: M. Koen-Sarano, 1999. (FT) Softcover, 8vo, 142 pages, illustrations, 29 cm. In Ladino. Introduction and headings in Ladino and Hebrew. SUBJECT(S): Ladino language -- Verb -- Tables. Ladino language -- Grammar. ? ? ? ? ? ?: ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? -? ? ? ? ? ? (? ? ? ? ? ? ) . Includes index of verbs. Other Titles: Tabelas de verbos regolares I irregolares en Djudeo-Espanyol (Ladino) . OCLC lists 26 copies worldwide. Excellent condition. (Sef-26-3) (ID #25116) 110.00.

SEF-26-7.jpg (204615 bytes)205. • Koen-Sarano, Matilda. Maymon Benchimol. VOKABULARIO: DJUDEO-ESPANYOL (LADINO) -EBREO, EBREO-DJUDEO-ESPANYOL (LADINO). Beer Sheva, Israel: Merkaz Eliachar, Universidad Ben-Gurion En El Negev, Edition: 2a. Edition, 1999. (ft) Softcover, 8vo, lxxxviii, 90 pages, 29 cm. In Ladino and Hebrew. SUBJECT (S): Ladino language -- Dictionaries -- Hebrew. Hebrew language -- Dictionaries -- Ladino. ? ? ? ? ? ? ?: ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? -? ? ? ? ? ? (? ? ? ? ? ? ) - ? ? ? ? ? , ? ? ? ? ? - ? ? ? ? ? ? -? ? ? ? ? ? (? ? ? ? ? ? ) . Added title page in Hebrew. OCLC lists 14 copies worldwide. Lightly bumped edges. Excellent condition. (Sef-26-7) (ID #25120) 100.00.


SEF-16-9.jpg (95640 bytes)206. • Lazar, Moshe. THE SEPHARDIC TRADITION: LADINO AND SPANISH-JEWISH LITERATURE. New York, 1972. Hardcover, 8vo, 222 pages. Series: The B'nai B'rith Jewish heritage classics; UNESCO collection of representative works. Israel series; Variation: The B’nai B’rith Jewish heritage classics. ; UNESCO collection of representative works. Israel series. Small tear to inner dust jacket. Very good condition. (Sef-16-9) (ID #24999) 30.00.



SEF-23-10.jpg (109415 bytes)207. • Lazar, Moshe; 1928-... ; (editor) . LADINO PENTATEUCH: CONSTANTINOPLE, 1547. Culver City (Calif. ): Labyrinthos, 1988. Cloth, 4to, XVI, 525 pages. In Ladino. Text in Hebrew characters with Latin script on opposite page. Introduction in English. Series: The Sephardic classical library, 1 SUBJECT (S): Bible. A. T. Pentateuque -- Versions judéo-espagnoles. Gold embossed spine title and tablet design on cover. OCLC lists 3 copies worldwide (Danish National Library, Royal Library of Denmark, Bibliotheque Nationale de France) Fine condition in Very Good + stiff paper cardboard slipcase. Light stain to slipcase. (SEF-23-10) (ID #25144) 45.00.


SEF-23-6.jpg (57973 bytes)208. • Lazar, Moshe; 1928-... ; (editor) Dilligan, Robert James; 1940-... ; (editor). THE LADINO BIBLE OF FERRARA [1553]. Culver City (Calif. ): Labyrinthos, 1992. Cloth, 4to, XXX, 725 pages.: illustrated. Limited Edition. In Ladino, using Latin script. Introduction in English. Series: The Sephardic classical library, 6; Includes facsimile of a section from the original 1553 edition. “The Biblia de Ferrara, unlike the Ladino Pentateuch, in which the Ladino translation in printed in Hebrew script, …offered for the first time a complete Ladino Bible, in the tradition of medieval Spanish-Jewish Bibles… ‘modernized’ in language and style…mainly for those Spanish and Portuguese Jews who in the sixteenth century emerged from being ‘hidden Jews’ (Conversos) and returned to a renewed open Jewishness in Italy and Amsterdam. The Ferrara Bible was destined to become not only the most reprinted Bible (with slight variations) in the Netherlands, but also the model for the first classical Spanish translation of the Scriptures, La Santa Biblia, authored by Casiodoro de Reina in 1569, revised by Cipriano de Valera in 1602” (from the Preface) Silver embossed spine title and tablet design on cover. OCLC lists only 2 copies worldwide. (Bibliotheque Nationale De France, Biblioteca Nacional – Madrid ) Near fine condition. (SEF-23-6) (ID #25140) 50.00.

SEF-23-9.jpg (55345 bytes)209. • Lazar, Moshe, 1928-.... THE LADINO MAHZOR OF FERRARA [1553]. Culver City (Calif. ): Labyrinthos, 1993. Cloth, 4to, XV, 302 pages. Limited Edition. In Ladino, using Latin script. Introduction in English. Series: The Sephardic classical library, 8; “Our critical edition of the Ladino Mahzor of Ferrara [1553] for Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur is based on a copy preserved in the Rare Book department of ‘The Free Library of Philadelphia’; its translation is derived from a more complete Ladino Siddur including the prayers for all the days of the year, also printed in Ferrara in 1552…: (From Editor’s preface) OCLC lists 2 copies worldwide (BIBLIOTHEQUE NATIONALE DE FRANCE, BIBLIOTECA NACIONAL – MADRID) Silver embossed spine title and tablet design on cover. Letter from Rabbi Marc Angel to previous owner, along with article in Ladino laid in. Near Fine condition. (SEF-23-9) (ID #25143) 150.00.

210. • Lazar, Moshe. THE SEPHARDIC TRADITION: LADINO AND SPANISH-JEWISH LITERATURE. New York: Norton, 1972. Cloth, 8vo. 222 pages. First edition. SUBJECT (S): Ladino literature – translations into English. CONTENTS: Romances; Poem of Joseph; Legends; Ladino sayings and proverbs; Truth triumphs in the end. SERIES: The B'nai B'rith Jewish heritage classics; UNESCO collection of representative works: Israel series. ISBN: 0393043487. Has dust jacket. Ex library. Good+ condition. (SEF-12-3) (ID #20935) 30.00.

SEF-17-8.jpg (41505 bytes)211. • Levis-Mano, Guy. ROMANCERO JUDEO-ESPAGNOL. Paris, G. L. M., 1971. Softcover, 12mo, 93 pages, 15 cm. In Spanish. SUBJECT (S): Ladino poetry. Ladino poetry -- Translations into French. Text in French and Spanish. OCLC lists 13 copies worldwide. Bumped corners and edges. Otherwise very good condition. (Sef-17-8) (ID #25025) 85.00.




SEF-19-15.jpg (65900 bytes)212. • Levy, Isaac Jack. AND THE WORLD STOOD SILENT: SEPHARDIC POETRY OF THE HOLOCAUST. Urbana: University Of Illinois Press, 1989. Hardcover, xviii, 228 pages, illustrated, 24 cm. SUBJECT (S): Ladino poetry -- Translations into English. Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) -- Poetry. Sephardim -- Poetry. Ladino poetry. Includes index. Bibliography on pages 221-225. In dust jacket. Very good condition in Very Good Jacket. (Sef-19-15) (ID #25045) 30.00.



SEF-14-4A.jpg (87108 bytes)213. • Minervini, Laura. TESTI GIUDEOSPAGNOLI MEDIEVALI: CASTIGLIA E ARAGONA. COMPLETE IN 2 VOLUMES. Napoli, Liguori, 1992. Paper Wrappers, ISBN: 8820721627 SERIES: Romanica Neapolitana 530 + 285 pages. Text in Italian. Very Good Condition in Very Good Jackets. (sef-14-4) (ID #24798) 125.00.



SEF-25-24.jpg (74329 bytes)214. • Molho, Michael. LITERATURA SEFARDITA DE ORIENTE. Madrid, Consejo Superior De Investigaciones Cientificas, Instituto Arias Montano, 1960. Softcover, 12mo, 426 pages, illustrated, 18 cm. In Spanish. Series: Biblioteca Hebraico-Espanola; v. 7. SUBJECT (S): Ladino literature -- History and criticism. Litterature judeo-espagnole -- Histoire et critique. Includes bibliographies. Wear to binding. Wear to edges of cover and cover binding. Slight yellowing to pages. Otherwise, good condition. (Sef-25-24) (ID #25222) 100.00.




SEF-23-2.jpg (120898 bytes)215. • Nahón, Zarita. Armistead, Samuel G; 1927- ; Silverman, Joseph H. ROMANCES JUDEO-ESPAÑOLES DE TANGER. Madrid: Cátedra-Seminario Menéndez Pidal, 1977. Paper wrappers, 8vo, 253 pages , [4] leaves of plates. Musical transcription by Israel Katz. In Spanish. Series: Fuentes para el estudio del romancero: Serie Sefardí, 4; SUBJECT (S): Romances, Ladino. Ladino poetry -- Morocco -- Tangier. Poésie judéo-espagnole -- Maroc -- Tanger. Literatura sefardí; Poesía; Historia y crítica. ; Poesía sefardí; Historia y crítica. Includes indexes and Bibliography. Photocopied article by Israel Katz laid in: “Judeo-Spanish Folk Poetry from Morocco (The Boas- Nahón Collection) ” ISBN: 8460010333. Light stain to cover, spine. Spine sunned. Otherwise, Very Good condition. (SEF-23-2) (ID #25134) 75.00.

SEF-25-14.jpg (222872 bytes)216. • Papo, Isak. CUENTOS SOBRE LOS SEFARDIES DE SARAJEVO. A COLLECTION OF SEPHARDIM STORIES FROM SARAJEVO. Split (Yugoslavia): Logos, 1994. Hardcover, 8vo, 200 pages, illustrated, 22 cm. In Spanish; Spanish, English and Ladino. Series: Ediciones especiales =; Special editions; Variation: Posebna izdanja (Logos (Firm) ) . SUBJECT(S): Sephardim -- Bosnia and Hercegovina -- Sarajevo -- Folklore. Folk literature, Ladino -- Bosnia and Hercegovina -- Sarajevo. Errata slip inserted Includes index. Other Titles: Collection of Sephardim stories from Sarajevo. OCLC lists 7 copies worldwide. Very good condition. (Sef-25-14) (ID #25212) 100.00.

217. • Pontremoli, Raphael Hiya. Gonzalo Maeso, David. Pascual Recuero, Pascual. ME'AM LO'EZ: EL GRAN COMENTARIO BIBLICO SEFARDI(TOMO XIII: ESTER) . Madrid: Editorial Gredos, 1974. Paper wrappers, 8vo, 490, 49 pages. In Ladino. Series: Biblioteca universal sefardi; Publicaciones del Instituto Ibn Tibbo. “The Me’am Lo’ez is a classic Judaic work written in the language that the Jews of Spain brought with them to the Ottoman Empire in 1492…the book is essentially an encyclopedic commentary on the Torah, written in an easy style for the common person…It was developed via the brilliancy of Haham Yakoub Huli of Constantinople. Bron in 1689 CE, Huli immigrated to the Holy Land via Crete, settleNd in Jerusalem, and lived his remaining days ion Safed. He would become a principal leader of world Jewry by his fourth decade of life” ( SUBJECT(S): Bible. O. T. -- Commentaries. "Comprende esta magna obra toda una serie de libros realizados por diversos comentaristas, desde Jacob ben Meir Kulli? , genial planeador de la obra. " Includes bibliography. Very good condition. (SEF-31-20) (ID #25279) 125.00.

SEF-32-5.jpg (96956 bytes)218. • Rahmani, Moise and Ayoun, Richard. SEPHARAD ‘92. Bruxelles: M. Rahmani, 1992. Softcover, 8vo, 73 pages, 8 pages of plates, illustrations, 20 x 21 cm. In French, Dutch and Ladino. SUBJECT (S): Descriptor: Jews -- Spain -- History. Sephardim -- History. Cover title. OCLC lists 10 copies worldwide. Lightly bumped corners. Otherwise excellent condition. (Sef-32-5) (ID #25299) 75.00.


SEF-21-3.jpg (94774 bytes)219. • Renard, Raymond Robert. SEPHARAD. LE MONDE ET LA LANGUE JUDEOESPAGNOLE DES SÉPHARDIM. Mons, Annales Universitaires De Mons, 1966. Hardcover, 8vo, 245 pages, tables, 24 cm. In French. Series: Annales universitaires de Mons, 2. SUBJECT (S): Sephardim. Ladino language. Photocopy. 23 cm. Bibliography on pages 205-231. Chipping to edges of cover binding. Wear to cover binding. Otherwise, very good condition. (Sef-21-3) (ID #25173) 100.00.



SEF-16-3.jpg (147519 bytes)220. • Romero, Elena. ANDANZAS Y PRODIGIOS DE BEN-SIRA. Madrid: Consejo Superior De Investigaciones Cientificas, 2001. Softcover, 8vo, 280 pages, 24 cm. In Spanish; Text translated from Hebrew into Spanish and Ladino. Series: Publicaciones de estudios sefardies; no. 7. SUBJECT (S): Legends, Jewish. Leyendas judias. Leyendas hebreas. Includes bibliographical references on pages 275-280 and indexes. Other Titles: Alphabet of Ben Sira. Spanish & Ladino. OCLC lists 24 copies worldwide. Light wear. Very good condition. (Sef-16-3) (ID #24993) 55.00.



SEF-13-7.jpg (60186 bytes)221. • Sala, Marius. ESTUDIOS SOBRE EL JUDEOESPANOL DE BUCAREST. Mexico: Universidad Nacional Autonoma De Mexico, Direccion General De Publicaciones, 1970. Softcover, 12mo, 193 pages, 17 cm. In Spanish. Series: Coleccion Filosofia y letras; 73. Edition: 1. Ed. SUBJECT (S): Ladino language -- Dialects -- Romania -- Bucharest. Jews -- Romania -- Bucharest -- Languages. Judios -- Rumania -- Bucarest – Lenguas. Includes bibliographical references. Also issued online. Light chipping to edges of cover and binding. Wear to cover binding. Good condition. (Sef-13-7) (ID #24963) 125.00.



SEF-14-2.jpg (72676 bytes)222. • Sala, Marius. LE JUDEO-ESPAGNOL. The Hague ; Paris, Mouton, 1976. Paperback, ISBN: 90-279-3445-2 SERIES: Trends in linguistics 117 pages. Text in French. Very good condition (sef-14-2) (ID #24800) 75.00.




SEF-13-25.jpg (137068 bytes)223. • Sala, Marius. PHONETIQUE ET PHONOLOGIE DU JUDEO-ESPAGNOL DE BUCAREST. The Hague, Paris, Mouton, 1971. Softcover, 8vo, 224 pages, 26 cm. In French. Series: Janua linguarum. Series practica; 142. SUBJECT (S): Ladino language -- Dialects -- Romania -- Bucharest. Judeo-espagnol (Langue) -- Dialectes -- Roumanie -- Bucarest. Originally presented as the author’s thesis, Bucarest. Bibliography on pages 204-207. Wear to edges of cover and binding. Top right corner of back cover torn. Lightwear to book. Good condition. (Sef-13-25) (ID #24981) 250.00.


SEF-17-5.jpg (68412 bytes)224. • Saporta Y Beja, Enrique. REFRANES DE LOS JUDIOS SEFARDIES: Y OTRAS LOCUCIONES TIPICAS DE LOS JUDIOS SEFARDIES DE SALONICA Y OTROS SITIOS DE ORIENTE. Barcelona: Ameller Ediciones, 1978. Softcover, 8vo, xii, 203 pages, 21 cm. In Spanish. Biblioteca Nueva sefarad; volume 5. SUBJECT (S): Proverbs, Ladino -- Greece -- Thessalonike. Light wear to binding. Lightly bumped corners. Excellent condition. (Sef-17-5) (ID #25022) 125.00.

225. • Saporta Y Beja, Enrique. SALONIQUE ET SES JUDEO-ESPAGNOLS. Paris, 1979. Softcover, 4to, 64 pages, 29 cm. In French. SUBJECT (S): Jews -- Greece -- Thessalonike -- History. Sephardim -- Greece -- Thessalonike -- History. Thessalonike (Greece) -- History. Cover title. Added title in romanized Ladino: Selanik I sus Djudyos. Introduction in romanized Ladino. Other Titles: Selanik I sus Djudyos. OCLC lists 14 copies worldwide. Light wear. Very good condition. (Sef-33-4) (ID #25310) 95.00.

SEF-23-4.jpg (144592 bytes)226. • Saporta Y Beja, Enrique. EN TORNO DE LA TORRE BLANCA. Paris: Editions Vidas Largas, 1982. Paper wrappers, 8vo, 337 pages. In Spanish. Judeo-Spanish literature, set in Salonika. Laid in: 16 page “En Torno de La Torre Blanka Lexique”, a Spanish – French glossary of terms. OCLC lists 10 copies worldwide. (SEF-23-4) (ID #25138) 75.00.




SEF-13-32A.jpg (105602 bytes)227. • Sephiha, Haim Vidal. LE LADINO (JUDEO-ESPAGNOL CALQUE) STRUCTURE ET EVOLUTION D’UNE LANGUE LITURGIQUE (2 VOLUMES). Paris (Universite De La Sorbonne-Nouvelle) , 1979. Softcover, 2 volumes, xlvi-469 pages, illustrated, 24 cm. In French. Texte remanie de: These doctorat: Lettres et Sciences Humaines: Paris 3: 1979. Contents: I: Theorie du Ladino. II: Textes et commentaries. SUBJECT (S): Judeo-espagnol (langue) -- Theses et ecrits academiques. Other Titles: I: Theorie du Ladino. II: Textes et commentaires. Sephiha (1923-) is a “Judeo-Spanish linguist and activist. Sephiha was born in Brussels to a Sephardi family from Istanbul. During the German occupation of Belgium, he was arrested in 1943 and deported to Auschwitz in September. He survived the death camp, where his father perished. After liberation, he resumed his studies in natural sciences, graduating in 1948 and working as a chemical engineer; however, he eventually decided to study and defend the linguistic and cultural heritage of his community. As a student and assistant teacher of Hispanic linguistics at the Sorbonne in Paris, in 1967 he started to give lectures and workshops on Judeo-Spanish at the National Institute of Oriental Languages. In 1970, Sephiha presented his doctoral thesis, a comparative study of two 16th-century Ladino translations of Deuteronomy and, in 1979, he obtained a professor’s degree for his theoretical analysis of the Ladino language. Sephiha, who retired in 1991, was instrumental in securing academic acceptance and public support for the "agonizing language" he spoke and taught. Besides his scientific and popular publications, from 1972 he launched several calls for revival of the language and in 1979 founded the "Association Vidas Largas for the Defense and Promotion of the Judeo-Spanish Language and Culture, " which organizes educational work in Sephardi communities as well as the rescue of literary, musical, and architectural treasures. Judeo-Spanish has since been included among the recognized minority languages of France. Among his writings are Le Ladino (judeo-espagnol calque): Deuteronome, versions de Constantinople et de Ferrare, L’agonie des Judeo-Espagnols, Le Ladino (judeo-espagnol calque): Structure et evolution d’une langue liturgique, and Le judeo-espagnol” (Wilke in EJ, 2007) . OCLC lists 2 copies worldwide (Le Mans-Bu Lettres, Paris Sorbonne-Hist Religions) . Light wear to cover binding. Very good condition. (Sef-13-32) (ID #24988) 100.00.

228. • Sephiha, Vidal. LE JUDÉO-ESPAGNOL. Paris: Entente, 1986. Paper wrappers, Small 8vo. 241 pages. Illustrated. In French. SUBJECT (S): Ladino language – history; Ladino literature; Ladino literature – translations into French; Judeo-espagnol (langue) – histoire; Judeo-espagnol (langue) – grammaire; Litterature judeo-espagnol – histoire et critique; Judeo-espagnol (langue) – textes. SERIES: Langues en péril. ISBN: 2726600816. Ladino, or Judeo-Spanish, is “the spoken and written Hispanic language of Jews of Spanish origin. ”(Katz, EJ) Inscribed by author. Very good condition. (SEF-10-16) (ID #20912) 40.00.

SEF-25-10.jpg (169227 bytes)229. • Sha'ul, Mosheh and Avner Perets. LADINO; (SPANYOLIT): SEFER LIMUD LE-MATHILIM: HAKNAYAT YESODOT HA-SAFAH, DIKDUK VE-OTSAR MILIM. Ma?aleh Adumim: Mekhon Ma?aleh Adumim Le-Ti?ud Ha-Safah Ha-Spanyolit Ve-Tarbutah, 1999. (FT) Softcover, 8vo, 153 pages, illustrated, 24 cm. In transliterated Ladino and Hebrew. SUBJECT(S): Ladino language -- Textbooks for foreign speakers -- Hebrew. Ladino language -- Grammar. "Otsar milim" on pages 143-153. Other Titles: Spanyolit. OCLC lists 6 copies worldwide. Very good condition. (Sef-25-10) (ID #25208) 125.00.

230. • Shaul, Moshe. AKI YERUSHALAYIM: REVISTA DE LAS EMISION EN DJUDEO-ESPANYOL DE KOL-ISRAEL – LA BOZ DE ISRAEL NO. 45 ANYO 13 1992. [Jerusalem: S. N], 1992. Paper wrappers, 8vo, 92 pages. In Ladino in transliteration. Quarterly periodical. SUBJECT (S): Ladino philology -- Periodicals. Sephardim -- Periodicals. OCLC lists 23 worldwide. Very good condition. (SEF-35-5) (ID #25339) 30.00.

SEF-13-8.jpg (143237 bytes)231. • Studemund-Halevy, Michael. BIBLIOGRAPHIE ZUM JUDENSPANISCHEN. Hamburg: Buske, 1975. Softcover, 8vo, 148 pages, maps, facsims, 21 cm. In German. Series: Romanistik in Geschichte und Gegenwart; Bd. 2. SUBJECT (S): Ladino philology -- Bibliography. Sephardim -- Bibliography. Philologie judeo-espagnole -- Bibliographie. Sefarades -- Bibliographie. Errata slip inserted. Very good condition. (Sef-13-8) (ID #24964) 50.00.



SEF-16-1.jpg (81710 bytes)232. • Varol-Bornes, Marie-Christine. MANUEL DE JUDEO-ESPAGNOL: LANGUE ET CULTURE. Paris: L’asiatheque, 1998. Softcover, 8vo, 319 pages, illustrated, 25 cm. In French. Series: Langues INALCO; Variation: Langues a l’INALCO. SUBJECT (S): Ladino language -- Textbooks for foreign speakers -- French. Sephardim. Ladino (Joods-Spaans) . Accompanied by 1 compact disc (digital ; 4 3/4 in. ) entitled: Manuel de judeo-espagnol: dialogues, chansons et textes choisis, 43 plages. Includes bibliographical references on pages 313-316. Wear to binding. Light wear. Very good condition. (Sef-16-1) (ID #24991) 45.00.


SEF-16-2.jpg (113404 bytes)233. • Wexler, Paul. JEWISH AND NON-JEWISH CREATORS OF "JEWISH" LANGUAGES WITH SPECIAL ATTENTION TO JUDAIZED ARABIC, CHINESE, GERMAN, GREEK, PERSIAN, PORTUGUESE, SLAVIC (MODERN HEBREW/YIDDISH), SPANISH, AND KARAITE, AND SEMITIC HEBREW/LADINO... Wiesbaden Harrassowitz, 2006. Hardcover, 8vo, LIV, 904 pages, 25 cm. A collection of reprinted articles from across four decades. (S): Jews -- Languages -- History. Collection of texts published previously. Includes bibliographical references on pages 798-893 and index. Light wear. Very good condition. (Sef-16-2) (ID #24992) 210.00.


SEF-23-7.jpg (120110 bytes)234. • Yisrael, Reuven Eliyahu, 1856-1932. Jerusalmi, Isaac; 1928-. REUVEN ELIYAHU YISRAEL'S TRADUKSYON LIVRE DE LAS POEZIAS EBRAIKAS DE ROSH HA-SHANA I KIPPUR 5670 AND THE SIX SELIHOTH OF THE 5682 EDITION. Cincinnati, Ohio: I. Jerusalmi, 1990. (FT) Hardcover, 4to, 1 volume (various pagings) . In Ladino. Text in Rashi characters and in transliteration with an introduction in English. Signed by Rabbi Isaac Jerusalmi. Series: Ladino books, 1; SUBJECT(S): Piyutim -- Translations into Ladino. High Holidays. Ladino poetry -- Translations from Hebrew. Judaism -- Romania -- Craiova -- Customs and practices. Cover and spine title: Poezias de Rosh ha-Shana I Kippur. OCLC lists 24 copies worldwide. Near Fine condition. (SEF-23-7) (ID #25141) 100.00.


SEF-13-9.jpg (308763 bytes)235. • Ferretti Cuomo, Luisa. UNA TRADUZIONE GIUDEO-ROMANESCA DEL LIBRO DI GIONA. Tubingen: Niemeyer, 1988. Hardcover, 8vo, ix, 153 pages, 24 cm. In Italian; Includes text of Jonah in Hebrew and in Judeo-Italian translation; Judeo-Italian text in Hebrew characters and in roman transcription. Series: Beihefte zur Zeitschrift fur romanische Philologie; Bd. 215; Variation: Beihefte zur Zeitschrift fur romanische Philologie; 215. Heft. SUBJECT (S): Judeo-Italian language -- Grammar. Bible. O. T. Jonah. Judeo-Italian -- Versions. (sef-13-9) (ID #24965) 100.00.


SEF-14-1.jpg (44116 bytes)236. • Fortis, Umberto. LA PARLATA DEGLI EBREI DI VENEZIA E LE PARLATE GIUDEO-ITALIANE. Firenze, Giuntina, 2006. Paperback, ISBN: 8880572431 519 pages. Includes bibliographical references (pages. 497-519) . Very Good Condition (sef-14-1) (ID #24796) 100.00.



SEF-16-6.jpg (115464 bytes)237. • Fortis, Umberto and Paolo Zolli. LA PARLATA GIUDEO-VENEZIANA. 1979. Softcover, 8vo, 434 pages. Subject (s): Judeo-Italian language. Italian language --Dialects --Italy --Venice. Italian language --Dialects --Glossaries, vocabularies, etc. Italian language --Dictionaries. Wear to edges of cover and cover binding. Lightly bumped corners. Light wear. Otherwise, very good condition. (Sef-16-6) (ID #24996) 100.00.



SEF-16-15.jpg (187760 bytes)238. • Garbell, Irene. THE JEWISH NEO-ARAMAIC DIALECT OF PERSIAN AZERBAIJAN; LINGUISTIC ANALYSIS AND FOLKLORISTIC TEXTS. London, Mouton, 1965. Hardcover, large 8vo, 342 pages, 27 cm. Series: Janua linguarum. Series practica, 3. SUBJECT (S): Aramaic language -- Dialects -- Azerbaijan. Arameen (Langue) -- Dialectes -- Iran -- Azerbaidjan. Bibliography on page 280. Inscription inside front cover. Wear and slight tear to edges of dust jacket. Light chipping to edges of dust jacket. Otherwise, good condition. (Sef-16-15) (ID #25005) 115.00.


SEF-16-8.jpg (91770 bytes)239. • Katz, Dovid. DIALECTS OF THE YIDDISH LANGUAGE: PAPERS FROM THE SECOND ANNUAL OXFORD WINTER SYMPOSIUM IN YIDDISH LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE, 14-16 DECEMBER 1986. Oxford; New York: Pergamon Press, 1988. Hardcover, 123 pages, illustrated, 26 cm. Series: Winter studies in Yiddish ; v. 2. Edition: 1st edition. SUBJECT (S): Yiddish language -- Dialectology -- Congresses. Yiddish (langue) -- Dialectes -- Congres. Butler, Samuel, 1835-1902. Yiddish language; Dialects. "Published in cooperation with the Oxford Centre for Postgraduate Hebrew Studies. " "Published as a supplement to Language and communication"-Title pages verso. Includes bibliographies. Other Titles: Language and communication; Supplement. Light wear to cover binding. Very good condition. (Sef-16-8) (ID #24998) 125.00.

SEF-13-1.jpg (153879 bytes)240. • Krogh, Steffen. DAS OSTJIDDISCHE IM SPRACHKONTAKT: DEUTSCH IM SPANNUNGSFELD ZWISCHEN SEMITISCH UND SLAVISCH. Tubingen: Niemeyer, 2001. Softcover, 8vo, 78 pages, 22 cm. In German. Series: Beihefte zum Language and culture atlas of Ashkenazic Jewry; Bd. 3. SUBJECT (S): Yiddish language -- Foreign words and phrases -- Slavic. Jiddisch. Taalcontact. Includes bibliographical references. Very Good Condition. (Sef-13-1) (ID #24957) 30.00.

241. • Szajkowski, Zosa. THE LANGUAGE OF THE JEWS IN THE FOUR COMMUNITIES OF COMTAT VENAISSIN. New York, Yiddish Scientific Institute, 1948. 1st Edition. Paper Wrappers, 8vo, 87 pages. In Yiddish & English with some French. With a preface by Max Weinreich. Very good condition. (MX-33-7) Very Good Condition. (ID #2524) 35.00.

SEF-15-10.jpg (66078 bytes)242. • Wexler, Paul. JUDEO-ROMANCE LINGUISTICS: A BIBLIOGRAPHY (LATIN, ITALO-, GALLO, IBERO-, AND RHAETO-ROMANCE EXCEPT CASTILIAN) . New York: Garland Publication, 1989. Hardcover, 8vo, xxvii, 174 pages, 24 cm. Series: Garland reference library of the humanities; vol. 890. SUBJECT (S): Romance languages -- Bibliography. Jews -- Languages -- Bibliography. Langues romanes -- Bibliographie. Juifs -- Langues -- Bibliographie. Latijn. Romaanse talen. Joden. Includes index. Excellent Condition. (Sef-15-10) xx (ID #25406) 50.00.




SEF-16-18.jpg (197588 bytes)243. • Wolf, Siegmund A. JIDDISCHES WORTERBUCH: MIT LESEPROBEN: WORTSCHATZ DES DEUTSCHEN GRUNDBESTANDES DER JIDDISCHEN (JUDISCHDEUTSCHEN) SPRACHE. Hamburg: H. Buske, 1991. Hardcover, 8vo, 203 pages, facsims, 25 cm. In German. SUBJECT (S): Yiddish language -- Dictionaries -- German. Entries in romanized Yiddish, with definitions in German. “Unveranderter Nachdruck der 2. Auflage von 1986.” Includes bibliographical references on pages 27-34. Light wear. Very good condition. (Sef-16-18) (ID #25013) 30.00.