Do Halakhic texts talk history?


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Do Halakhic texts talk history?

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Title:
Do Halakhic texts talk history? the medieval legal Hebrew text Or zaruʻa as a primary historical source
Creator:
Saelemaekers, Monika
University of South Florida -- Tampa Library. -- Special Collections Dept
Conference:
Sacred Leaves Graduate Symposium, 2008
Place of Publication:
[Tampa, Fla
Publisher:
University of South Florida Tampa Library, Special Collections Dept.
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Language:
English
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1 streaming video file (ca. 20 min.) : digital, MPEG4, sd., col. ;

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Sacred books -- History and criticism ( lcsh )
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Streaming videos ( lcsh )
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Abstract:
Or zaruʻa ("light is sown," Psalms 97:11) is one of the most important medieval Jewish legal (halakhic) codes, written by Isaac ben Moses of Vienna (ca. 1180-1250). Only two medieval manuscripts of Or zaruʻa have survived. One is kept in the Bibliotheca Rosenthaliana, the Jewish Special Collection of the Library of the University of Amsterdam; the other is in the British Library in London. Or zaruʻa represents a sophisticated interweave of Talmudic texts, halakhic responsa, discussions of customs of medieval German and French Jewries, historical events and contemporary science. Besides, it contains unique information on the daily contacts between medieval Jews and their non-Jewish neighbors. This presentation addresses the text of Or zaruʻa as a primary historical source. This approach is innovative though not entirely unproblematic, since rabbinic legal codes were never intended to record actual historical events.
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Paper presented Feb. 22, 2008 during the Annual Sacred Leaves Graduate Symposium, held at the University of South Florida and organized by the Special Collections Dept. of the USF Tampa Library.
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Mode of access: World Wide Web.
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Title from Symposium home page (viewed Feb. 13, 2009).

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University of South Florida Library
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029445324 ( ALEPH )
304494569 ( OCLC )
S65-00005 ( USFLDC DOI )
s65.5 ( USFLDC Handle )

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