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Sefarad : Revista de Estudios Hebraicos y Sefardíes
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  • Nosotros, vosotros, ellos: relatos de viajeros judíos del siglo XV a la luz del concepto de alteridad

    Cano Pérez, María José; García Arévalo, Tania María (2015)
    Travel literature could be considered as the nexus of numerous types of texts within the narrative genre. Nevertheless, the information it offers from historical, geographical or sociological, among others, points of view, converts it into a register from which are concealed the own experiences of travelers in their journeys. In this sense, these ones are specially relevant in identity studies in which it is possible to observe the alterity that the authors show in their writings describing, ...

    Acts of Faith Celebrated by the Court of the Holy Office in Teruel (1485-1487)

    Manuel Sánchez Moya; Miguel Ángel Motis Dolader (2018)
    Throughout the three brief but intense years of existence as district inquisitorial court (1485-87), Judges Juan de Çolivera and Martín Navarro summoned thirteen Acts of faith, involving about eighty individual, and affecting a high percentage of the adult population of the city. The vast majority belongs to the second generation of converts, that is, the descendants of those persons baptized on the occasion of the Dispute of Tortosa (1412-13). Held in the Plaza Mayor or in the church of Sant...

    La fidelidad judía a las autoridades: un Memorial de cuando la pérdida turca de Buda en 1686

    Fernando Díaz Esteban (2018)
    After control of the city of Budapest was wrested from the Turks by Christian armies in 1686, the Jews of the Budapest ghetto presented a Memorial to their new monarchs pledging allegiance and expressing their desire to remain in Hungary. The text of the Memorial, which was reproduced by the historian Pizarro de Oliveros (1687), is nothing other than an abbreviated plagiarism of the sixth in the series of slanderous propositions that Isaac Cardoso includes in his Las Excelencias de los Hebreo...

    Tarsis en la Estela de Nora: ¿un topónimo de Occidente?

    del Castillo, Arcadio (2003)
    The aim of this paper is to analyze the different interpretations given to the inscription on the Nora Stone, the oldest of the Phoenician inscriptions in the West. An exhaustive critical study of the interpretations that have assumed a reference to Tarshish and its location in the West has led me to conclude that the text of the Nora Stone does not definitively solve the problem of the site of the biblical Tarshish. Moreover, all the evidence speaks against identifying Tarshish with Tartesso...

    Un <em>Sefer Diqdûq</em> atribuido a R. Abraham ibn ⁽Ezra⁾

    Carlos del Valle (2018)
    The manuscript G-II-5 kept in the Royal Library of El Escorial contains a grammatical work attibuted to Abraham ibn ⁽Ezra⁾ (ca. 1092-1167). It deals with the morphology of the Hebrew verb: general statements and characteristics of sound and defective verbs. The author of this article analyses some specific features of that Sefer Diqdûq in comparison with their parallels in other works soundly attributed to Ibn ⁽Ezra⁾. He comes to the conclusion that the content of the mentioned manuscript, st...
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