Omnia in Eo, Studies on Jewish Books and Libraries in Honour of Adri Offenberg Celebrating the 125th Anniversary of the Bibliotheca Rosenthaliana in Amsterdam

Irene Zwiep, Emile Schrijver, F.J. Hoogewoud, Sammy Herman, Resianne Fontaine, Julie-Marthe Cohen, Shlomo Berger (eds.)

Title:Omnia in Eo, Studies on Jewish Books and Libraries in Honour of Adri Offenberg Celebrating the 125th Anniversary of the Bibliotheca Rosenthaliana in Amsterdam
Publisher:Peeters Publishers and Booksellers
Series:Studia Rosenthaliana, Nr. 38/39


8  Emile Schrijver, Foreword
10  Emile Schrijver, Leeser Rosenthal (1794-1868) / Bibliotheca Rosenthaliana (founded 1880)
15  Resianne Fontaine, Medieval Jewish Philosophy in Leeser Rosenthal's Collection
25  Madelon Grant, Mystical Literature in Leeser Rosenthal's Collection
37  Irene Zwiep, No Friend of Humbug: Meijer Roest Mz., First Custodian of the Bibliotheca Rosenthaliana (1881-1889)
49  F.J. Hoogewoud, An Introduction to H. de la Fontaine Verwey's 'The Bibliotheca Rosenthaliana during the German Occupation'
61  H. de la Fontaine Verwey, The Bibliotheca Rosenthaliana during the German Occupation
73  F.J. Hoogewoud, Louis Hirschel's List of Unique and Rare Items from the Bibliotheca Rosenthaliana
100  Rudolf Smend, Isaac Leo Seeligmann: Fascinated by the Septuagint
107  Shlomo Berger, The Library as a Bet Midrash: Leo Fuks and the Rosenthaliana, 1946-1971
115  Emile Schrijver and Sammy Herman, Adri K. Offenberg: The Quintessential Bibliophile
137  Albert van der Heide, Mem and Samekh Stood by a Miracle: The Sugya on the Hebrew Script (Shabbat 103a-104a)
144  Malachi Beit-Arie, How Scribes Disclosed their Names in Hebrew Manuscripts
158  Monika Saelemaekers, Bibliotheca Rosenthaliana Hs.Ros. 72
160  David Wachtel, How to Date a Rothschild
169  Evelyn M. Cohen, Elia da Vigevano's Prayerbooks of 1490
178  Shimon Iakerson, An Autograph Manuscript by Elijah Levita in St Petersburg
186  Yosef Kaplan, Jews and Judaism in the Hartlib Circle
216  Herman Prins Salomon, Hakham Saul Levi Mortera and the Red Cow
228  Harm den Boer, Isaac de Castro, Albert Boumeester and early Sephardi Printing in Amsterdam
247  Theo van der Werf, Klefmann's copy of Spinoza's Tractatus Theologico-Politicus
254  Mirjam Gutschow, Shabbetai Meshorer Bass, Masekhet Derekh Erets
256  Rena Fuks-Mansfeld, Everardus van der Hooght (1642-1716), the Last of the Christian Hebraists in the Dutch Republic
262  Hadewijch Dekker, A Perfect Book for a Bibliographer
264  Bart Wallet, Dutch History from a Jewish Perspective: Abraham Chaim Braatbard's A Naye Kornayk fun 1740-1752, Hs. Ros. 486
266  Sabine Arndt, A Pious Ode 'To Joy'
268  Ariane Zwiers, Yiddish Letter from Kosman ben Aaron Segal, 29 September 1786, Hs. Ros. 525
270  Marion Aptroot, Naye Hagodes (Amsterdam 1801): Welfare, Community Politics, and the Haggadah shel Pesah
275  Falk Wiesemann, German in Hebrew Characters: A Rediscovered Fairytale of 'A True Story of a Prince who was Turned into a Stag with Golden Antlers' (Karlsruhe 1808/09)
301  Heide Warncke, Leeser Rosenthal and 'Das Lied von der Glocke'
306  Brad Sabin Hill, Early Hebrew Printing in Canada
348  Lies Poesiat, S.A. Bruijning Collection 32.5
350  Jelka Kröger, Abraham Daniël Delaville
352  Stefan Litt, The Oisterwijk Memorbook, Hs. Ros. 283
354  Jos A.A.M. Biemans, Additional Cahiers of Jacob Israël de Haan
356  Judith Belinfante, Six Drawings by Laguna, a Longstanding Assocoation
358  Julie-Marthe Cohen, Mysteries
360  Benjamin Richler, The Lost Manuscripts of the Library for Jewish Studies in Warsaw
388  Wout Visser, The Attempt by Non-Jews to Save J.M. Hillesum and I.L. Seeligmann (1942-1943)