Medieval Latin Christian Texts on the Jewish Calendar: A Study with Five Editions and Translations by C. Philipp E. Nothaft

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During the later Middle Ages (twelfth to fifteenth centuries), the study of chronology, astronomy, and scriptural exegesis among Christian scholars gave rise to Latin treatises that dealt specifically with the Jewish calendar and its adaptation to Christian purposes. In Medieval Latin Christian Texts on the Jewish Calendar C. Philipp E. Nothaft offers the first assessment of this phenomenon in the form of critical editions, English translations, and in-depth studies of five key texts, which together shed fascinating new light on the avenues of intellectual exchange between medieval Jews and Christians.

Medieval Latin Christian Texts on the Jewish Calendar: A Study with Five Editions and Translations by C. Philipp E. Nothaft

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