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Raphael da Prato’s manuscripts kept in Moscow

Abstract : In this paper, I focus on the manuscripts Oxford, Bodleian Library, Mich. 500 (further Mich. 500) and the Moscow, Russian State Library, Günzburg 41 (further Günz. 41). First of all, I will show in more details how these two manuscripts originally constituted one single volume. Then, I will stress the new important insights such collection of texts can reveal.
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Elodie Attia. Raphael da Prato’s manuscripts kept in Moscow . Materia Giudaica, Associazione Italiana per lo Studio del Giudaismo/Giuntina, 2009, XIV (1-2), pp.411-417. ⟨hal-01405037⟩



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