Published Material from the Cambridge Genizah Collection: A Bibliography 1980-1997 (Cambridge University Library Genizah Series #13)

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This second volume of the bibliography of published material from the Cambridge Genizah collections is an indispensable tool for scholars. The guide to every book, article and reference dealing with the 140,000 Genizah fragments at Cambridge covers most areas of Jewish studies. The data is presented in large format, and the main reference section contains over 25,000 items of information. In addition, the book contains listings of material arranged according to author, and of works cited, as well as addenda and corrigenda to the first volume. Also available: Published Material from the Cambridge Genizah Collections: A Bibliography 1896-1980 0-521-33336-9 Hardback $180.00 C

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'... a truly Herculean task admirably accomplished'. Journal for the Study of the Old Testament

'The fascinating story of the Genizah collection of manuscripts reflects its fascinating contents. ... This new volume of the Cambridge Genizah Series constitutes another reference work for scholars of Jewish studies and, more specifically, those interested in this collection of manuscripts. It reflects the efficient and indeed exemplary exploitation of a manuscript collection that modern times require.' Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society

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Erica C. D. Hunter is Affiliated Lecturer in Aramaic, Faculty of Oriental Studies, University of Cambridge and Visiting Lecturer in Eastern Christianity, Department for the Study of Religions, University of London.

Rebecca Jefferson is a Research Assistant at the Taylor-Schechter Genizah Research Unit, Cambridge University Library.

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Table of Contents

1. Introduction; 2. Introduction to the 1988 volume; 3. Guidance for use; 4. System of transliteration; 5. Material arranged in order of classmark; 6. Material arranged alphabetically by author; 7. Addenda; 8. Corrigenda; 9. List of works incorporating short title index.

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