2 edition of Leon da Modena found in the catalog.
Leon da Modena
Written in English
|Statement||by Ellis Rivkin|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 307 leaves|
|Number of Pages||307|
Modena's uncle was attracted to alchemy. Leon himself (in one of the episodes selected) pursued the magical art. And his son Mordecai set up an alchemy laboratory in the ghetto, only to fall ill and die from exposure to the chemical fumes. This tragedy in Modena's lifethe loss of his firstborn sonrepeated itself later on when another son. The Rabbi who gambled with cards. In other words, the Jewish culture in Italian ghettos during Early modern: The case of Rabbi Leon da Modena.
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Leon (Judah Aryeh) Modena was a major intellectual figure of the early modern Italian Jewish community--a complex and intriguing personality who was famous among contemporary European Christians as well as Jews. Modena () produced an autobiography that documents in poignant detail the turbulent life of his family in the Jewish ghetto of Venice.
Modena () produced an autobiography that documents in poignant detail the turbulent life of his family in the Jewish ghetto of Venice. The text of this Leon da Modena book is well known to Jewish scholars but has never before been translated from the original Hebrew, except in brief ed on: Septem Drawing on a range of previously unexamined sources, this book tells the story of the first criticism of Kabbalah, Ari Nohem, written by Leon Modena in Venice in In this scathing indictment of Venetian Jews Leon da Modena book had embraced Kabbalah as an authentic form of ancient esotericism, Modena proved the recent origins of Kabbalah and sought to Cited by: 7.
Leon Modena (Judah Areyeh mi-Modena) was a Venetian rabbi, cantor, preacher, teacher, author, and polemicist. His father, Isaac, came from an old French Jewish family which settled in Modena and, after they moved to Bologna and later Ferrara, retained the surname Modena.
Leone Modena, also called Leon of Modena, Hebrew Judah Aryeh, (born ApVenice [Italy]—died MaVenice), Italian rabbi, preacher, poet, scholar, gambling addict, and polemicist who wrote an important attack on the Sefer ha-zohar (“Book of Splendour”), the chief text of Kabbala, the influential body of Jewish mystical teachings.
(–),Jewish writer and preacher, born in Venice to a French family that had migrated to Venice after the expulsion of the Jews from France, and educated by the learned. Leon, Modena () Leone, (da Modena) () Leone, (di Modena) () Leone da Modena () Modena, Jehuda Arje aus () Modena, Leone, [ Book: ] View online (access conditions) At 2 libraries.
This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 43,). Leon (Judah Aryeh) Modena was a major intellectual figure of the early modern Italian Jewish community--a complex and intriguing personality who was famous among contemporary European Christians as well as Jews.
Modena produced an autobiography that documents in poignant detail the turbulent life of his family in the Jewish ghetto of s: 3. Leon da Modena, Rabbiner zu Venedig, und seine Stellung zur Kabbalah, zum Thalmud und zum Christenthume by Abraham Geiger (Book) Rabi Yehudah Aryeh Modena: be-Ḳomato ṿe-tsivyono by Nehemiah S Libowitz (Book).
Leon da Modena, Rabbiner zu Venedig, und seine Stellung zur Kabbalah, zum Thalmud und zum Christenthume by Abraham Geiger (Book) Sefer Ḥaye Yehudah by Leone Modena (Book). The book also gives us a clue of Leon Modena's genius and talents as an author, scholar, playwright and poet.
The book contains two parts; one, the autobiography itself (highly recommended). The other part consists of various essays on the autobiography, the author and the historic outlook.
In the essays Leon de Modena was portrayed as a. The Autobiography of a Seventeenth-Century Venetian Rabbi por Leon Modena,disponible en Book Depository con envío gratis. Explore books by Leon Modena with our selection at Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £ Shouldn't the page be renamed to Leon Modena.
Yehuda Aryeh mi-modena himself wrote that his surname was Modena, not "da Modena," as he was from Venice. In fact, in Italian he signed his name Leone Modena da Venice, despite the fact that in Hebrew he was known as "mi-Modena.". Léon da Modena () schema: deathDate. schema: alternateName. Leo da Módena Leo de Modene Leon Modena Leon de Modene Leone de Modena Modena, Jehudah Arieh Modena, Judah Arye di Modena, Leone Modena, Leone de Modena, Yehudah ʾAryeh da Modene, Leo de Modenese, Leon Modina, Yehudah Aryeh.
Leone Modena’s books. Leone Modena Average rating: 45 ratings 9 reviews 8 distinct works • Similar authors. The Autobiography of a Seventeenth-Century Venetian Rabbi: Leon Modena's Life of Judah.
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Related people/characters. Marco Polo. Pietro Mocenigo. Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus, Leon Modena, the 17th century Venetian rabbi in history and memory - the invention of Leone da Modena in the 19th century as a hypocritical closeted critic of rabbinic authority and the historic. MODENA, LEONMODENA, LEON (Judah Areyeh mi-Modena ; –), Venetian rabbi, cantor, preacher, teacher, author, and polemicist.
His father, Isaac, came from an old French Jewish family which settled in Modena and, after they moved to Bologna and later Ferrara, retained the surname Modena.
His mother, named Rachel, but renamed Diana by his father, came from an Ashkenazi family that had. Modo di comporre una predica, by Panigarola (Venice, ); see Clemento Ancona, “L’inventario dei beni di Leon da Modena,” Bolletino dell’istituto di storia della società e dello stato veneziano 10 (): – I am grateful to Howard Adelman for bringing this article to my attention.Simonsohn, Shlomo, Simonsohn, Shlomo, Simonsohn, Shlomo סימונסון, שלמה, Simonson, Shelomoh שלמה סימונסון היסטוריון ישראלי.Wild Symphony is a uniquely entertaining picture book experience in which the playful Maestro Mouse, trusty baton in hand, brings readers along as he visits a variety of animal friends, from cheetahs and kangaroos to elephants and blue whales.
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