ATG Book of the Week: Jewish Treasures from Oxford Libraries

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Title: Jewish Treasures from Oxford Libraries
Author: Rebecca Abrams and Cesar Merchan-Hamann 
Hardcover: ISBN-13 : 978-1851245024, $55
Imprint: Oxford: Bodleian Library, 2020

This book brings together extraordinary Hebrew manuscripts and rare books from the Bodleian Library and Oxford colleges. •Lavishly illustrated essays by experts in the field bring to life the outstanding works contained in the collections. •A fascinating journey through Jewish intellectual and social history from the tenth century onwards.

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