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Alcuni manoscritti ebraici miniati in Italia Settentrionale nel secolo XV
Luisa Mortara Ottolenghi
Nuova Serie, No. 60, Atti del Convegno: Umanesimo problemi aperti 1 (1981), pp. 41-48
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The Author discusses the close collaboration between the Christian and Jewish communities in several Hebrew manuscripts. Bolognese or Veronese and Lombard illuminators may be identified in Hebrew codices now in Florence, the Vatican, and Parma. Nonetheless, towards the end of the fifteenth century such collaboration disappeared with the decrees of Canon law.
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