Czech Republic, partner of the Hebrew Fragments in European Libraries project

Some 600 fragments, mainly from ecclesiastical archives, have been identified so far by a project under the responsibility of Daniel Polakovic from the Jewish Museum in Prague. Some fragments are included in the database of manuscripts in Czech collections. Important discoveries have been made in Moravia where Dr Tamas Visi from the Kabinet Judaistiky (Centre for Jewish Studies) at Palacky University, Olomouc has undertaken to to search systematically for Hebrew fragments in book bindings.

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Les dialectes néo-araméens, divergents et en voie de disparition, parlés par les juifs d’Asie de l’ouest.

Tuesday May 4, 2021

Dans le cadre du cycle «Judéo-langues» le 5 mai 18H-19H

L'Araméen talmudique, langue littéraire des juifs de Babylone

Monday May 3, 2021

Reprise du cycle «Judéo-langues» mardi 4 mai 18h-19h

Hebrew Manuscripts and Fragments in Switzerland New Discoveris and Approaches

Tuesday April 13, 2021

Lecture giver by Dr. Justine Isserles (EPHE-Saprat, Paris)

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