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Jewish Medieval and Renaissance Studies

Edited by Alexander Altmann

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ISBN 9780674729186

Publication Date: 01/01/1967

384 pages

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Utilizing a voluminous amount of new source material, this rich collection of essays ranges from such subjects as medieval Jewish philosophy and mysticism to social history, cultural history, and a highly original analysis of Jewish art music in the Italian Renaissance. Indispensable to specialists in the field and of great interest to medievalists and Renaissance scholars in general, the book offers the most up-to-date presentation of various important aspects of Jewish intellectual history in the periods treated.

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