Printing the Talmud: From Bomberg to Schottenstein (Softcover)
This unique volume provides a complete cultural history of the Talmud, from its ancient origins through the World Wide Web. The essays, by leading scholars from universities and yeshivot in America and Israel, provide a chronological and thematic overview of the evolution and influence of the Talmud, emphasizing both academic scholarship and traditional study. Special attention is paid to the printed Talmud, with a discussion of the impact of printing technology on Jewish scholarship, culture and life. Detailed catalogue entries and exceptional color photographs document all aspects of this remarkable exhibition. Edited by Gabriel M. Goldstein and Sharon Liberman Mintz.
Hard & Soft cover, 352 pages, 9" x 12 "
Over 100 color plates
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