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Sefarad : Revista de Estudios Hebraicos y Sefardíes
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    Editorial, Equipo (2014)

    La identidad religiosa en el humanismo bíblico español: Pedro de Valencia y la integración judía e islámica

    Nieto Ibáñez, Jesús M.ª (2015)
    The work of the humanist Pedro de Valencia belongs to “biblical humanism”. Religion and politics are inseparable in the work of this author. In the sixteenth century, a part of the population in Spain still subscribed to Jewish or Islamic thought. The Spanish church was making a huge effort at the time to integrate within the traditional Catholicism converts from these two communities. In this conflict the justifications of religious identity in various writings of Pedro de Valencia can be l...

    La casa y el ajuar de la familia Coronel a través de un inventario de bienes del siglo XVI

    De la Peña Barroso, Efrén (2015)
    In the last years we have been working on the person of don Abraham Seneor/Fernán Pérez Coronel and his offspring, mainly from his son Íñigo López Coronel. In this occasion we will focus on the structure of the dwelling house and the household goods of the family through an inventory made in Segovia in 1522. This document will allow us to know the wealth level, the shy investment in luxury goods and the list of part of the household goods of this important family of Segovian conversos.Desde h...

    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, ...

    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...
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