Thursday, June 29, 2006

Materia Giudiaca

The latest volume of Materia Giudaica, an Italian journal of Jewish studies published by Mauro Perani, is available in full-text online. There are several articles that deal with interesting manuscripts, including one by Perani on a very early (9th century) Italian manuscript of the Midrash Tanhuma from Ravenna, and a copy of Menahem ben Saruq's Mahberet that is very similar to the twin manuscripts - Vatican 31 (Sifra, Vayikra Rabba and Seder Eliyahu Rabba) and Parma De Rossi 312 (Mishna). And a short piece by myself, with an acknowledgment to the amazing woman to whom I am now privileged to be married.

6 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

i'd love to meet this mysterious wife of yours-- who is she?

8:52 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

i'd love to meet this mysterious wife of yours-- who is she?

8:53 PM  
Anonymous andy said...

We already knew your last name from your post about your sister a"h hy"d. Now we finally know who you are. Y. Galinsky was my roommate in yeshiva some 20 years ago; I was very pleased to see that his thesis on the Tur was singled out in the Oxford Handbook of Jewish Studies as an example of how such work should be done. Is gg also in the Jewish Studies field?

11:44 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Jennie Rosenfeld
http://www.jta.org/page_print_story.asp?intarticleid=15606&intcategoryid=4

12:46 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

did you go to gush and daven vatikin often on Shabbat?

6:59 AM  
Anonymous shai secunda said...

that's 12th century Tanhuma. regards to your wife

2:19 PM  

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