A Medieval Hebrew Adaptation of Two Crusading Texts: Presentation, Analysis and Edition

in Medieval Encounters
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Abstract

A Hebrew manuscript in the Parma Palatinate Library, produced in the fourteenth century, probably in Provence, contains adaptations from Latin/Romance texts, including two that originate in the Christian crusading tradition. These two sections consist mainly of historical and geographical data relating to the Levant. The Hebrew adaptations, although selective, are religiously neutral, reflecting the redactor’s keen interest in the history and geography of the Orient and his willingness to absorb information about it from Christian sources.

A Medieval Hebrew Adaptation of Two Crusading Texts: Presentation, Analysis and Edition

in Medieval Encounters

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