Category: Amsterdam


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Gemeente Museum Waaggebouw Amsterdam, Joods Historisch Museum

By: N/A

Price: $19.00

Publisher: Amsterdam, Self-pub: 1955

Edition: In Dutch. 7 pp of black & white plates.

Item #: 000547

ISBN: (24)

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Sephardic Playwrights of the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries in Amsterdam

By: Litovsky,Haydee

Price: $38.00

Publisher: MD, Univ Pr of Amer: 1991

Item #: 000993

ISBN: 173

In Amsterdam, a number of Jewish playwrights brought about a renaissance of Jewish drama. The best known are: Miguel (Daniel Levil) de Barrios (1625-1701), Paul de Pina (RehuelJessurun)(1575-1634), Moses Zacuto (1620-1697) & David Franco Mendes (1713-1792). An analysis of their plays. Biblio. Index. View more info

Het Jonas Daniel Meijerplein - Bezinning op drie eeuwen Amsterdams Jodendom

By: Meijer,Jaap

Price: $25.00

Publisher: Amsterdam, J.H. De Bussy: 1961

Edition: In Dutch.

Item #: 002054

ISBN: 180

Jonas Daniel Meijer, 1780-1834, was the first Jewish lawyer in the Netherlands. He had a significant impact on Dutch law and is know for his battle for legal emancipation of the Dutch Jews. The Jonas Daniel Meijerplein is a square in Amsterdam named after him. Bordering the square are the Esnoga & four former synagogues, now together home of the Joods Historisch Museum. View more info

Igeret Ayelet ahavim

By: Oliveyra,Selomoh de

Price: $65.00

Publisher: Brooklyn NY, Benny Ogorek: (1993)

Edition: In Hebrew. Facsimile of the 1665, Amsterdam edition. Oliveyra, died 1708, rabbi, philologist & poet. This is an account of

Item #: 001975

ISBN: 84

Abraham & the sacrifice of Isaac in prose & poetry. View more info

Me-otsrot sifriyat 'Ets-hayim/Montezinos: le-yad Bet ha-midrash ha-Yehudi ha-Portugali 'Ets hayim', Amsterdam: ta'arukhah/Bet

By: Weiser,Raphael & Kaplan,Joseph (Eds)

Price: $26.00

Publisher: Israel, JNUL Library: 1980

Edition: In English & Hebrew. Exhibit catalog.

Item #: 001054

ISBN: 119

Condition: Corners bumped

title cont: ha-sefarim ha-le'umi veha-universita'i, Ulam Berman, Yerushalayim, Nisamn 740. (Treasures from the Library Ets Haim/Livraria Montezinos of the Portugese Israelietisch Seminarium Ets Haim, Amsterdam). View more info