04306cam a2200565Ii 4500001001300000003000600013005001700019008004100036035002000077040013000097019004700227020003000274020002700304020002700331035009300358050002200451072001200473082001200485049000900497245015000506264005300656300004600709336002600755336003300781337002800814338002700842490004100869504004100910500039600951505164801347590003302995590001103028650002703039650003403066650003203100650006003132650006003192650003103252650003103283650002703314650007903341650002403420650002903444700003303473700004103506776003303547830003503580994001203615999011303627ocn900912320OCoLC20160829031139.0141119s2014 be a b 000 0 eng d a(Sirsi) a196964 aYDXCPbengerdacYDXCPdBTCTAdUABdMBBdCDXdERASAdOHXdOCLCFdOSUdOCLCOdYYPdOCLCOdGBVCPdOCLCOdOCLCQdOCLCOdVRCdNVS a885226773a885231199a900258418a905486641 a9782503542904q(hardback) a2503542905q(hardback) z9782503543161q(ebook) a(OCoLC)900912320z(OCoLC)885226773z(OCoLC)885231199z(OCoLC)900258418z(OCoLC)905486641 4aZ115.4b.P38 2014 7aZ2lcco04a091223 aNVSS00aPatronage, production, and transmission of texts in medieval and early modern Jewish cultures /cedited by Esperanza Alfonso and Jonathan Decter. 1aTurnhout, Belgium :bBrepols Publishers,c[2014] axiv, 383 pages :billustrations ;c24 cm. atextbtxt2rdacontent astill imagebsti2rdacontent aunmediatedbn2rdamedia avolumebnc2rdacarrier1 aMedieval church studies ;vvolume 34 aIncludes bibliographical references. a"Medieval and early modern cultural history has witnessed a recent shift from the study of manuscripts and early printed books as vehicles of texts and images towards their study as cultural objects in their own right. Rather than focusing solely on original authorship, scholars have turned to subjects such as the patronage, production, circulation, and consumption of texts."--Back cover.00tIntroduction --gI.tApproaches to Patronage --tPatronage in the Context of Solidarity and Reciprocity: Two Paradigms of Social Cohesion in the Premodern Mediterranean /rMarina Rustow --tModels of Patronage in Medieval Spain /rEleazar Gutwirth --gII.tPatron, Client, and Reader --tSome Observations on Jewish Poets and Patrons in the Islamic East: Twelfth-Thirteenth Centuries /rJoachim Yeshaya --tThe Audiences of Late Medieval Haggadah /rKatrin Kogman-Appel --gIII.tPatron-Client Dynamics and the Patron's Image --tJewish Exegetical Works and the Construction of Kingship in Medieval Naples /rLucia Finotto --tSubverting Patronage in Translation: Flavius Mithridates, Giovanni Pico della Mirandola, and Gersonides' Commentary on the Song of Songs /rMichela Andreatta --tPatronage of the Bible in Sixteenth-Century Spain: A Defence of the Faith or an Attack on Heresy? /rMaría Teresa Ortega-Monasterio --gIV.tIn the Workshop --tFrom the Desks of a Coptic-Muslim Workshop: Paris, BNF, MS Ar. 1 and the Large-scale Production of Luxurious Arabic Bibles in Early Ottoman Cairo /rRonny Vollandt --tJoshua ibn Gaon's Hebrew Bibles and the Circulation of Books in the Late Medieval and Early Modern Periods /rJavier del Barco --tThe Patron as Scribe and the Performance of Piety in Perpignan during the Kingdom of Majorca /rEva Frojmovic --gV.tChristian Patron, Jewish Client --tJews and the Copying of Books in the Iberian Peninsula in the Fourteenth and Fifteenth Centuries /rGemma Avenoza --tLuis de Guzmán's Patronage and the Spanish Translation and Commentary of the Bible by Arragel /rÁngel Sáenz-Badillos. aAmazon 8/10/16 96.32 ftu LNS zStacks 0aManuscripts, Medieval. 0aAuthors and patronsxHistory. 0aBooks and readingxHistory. 0aHebrew imprintsxPublication and distributionxHistory. 0aArabic imprintsxPublication and distributionxHistory. 0aPrinting, HebrewxHistory. 0aPrinting, ArabicxHistory. 0aTransmission of texts. 0aJudaismxHistoryyMedieval and early modern period, 425-1789xManuscripts. 0aJewsxCivilization. 0aJewsxIntellectual life.1 aAlfonso, Esperanza,eeditor.1 aDecter, Jonathan P.,d1971-eeditor.08iEbook versionz9782503543161 0aMedieval church studies ;v34. aC0bNVS aZ115.4 .P38 2014wLCc1iB002977708d11/9/2016e8/29/2016f5/31/2018g2lSTACKS3mMAINrYsNtBOOKu8/2/2016