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Judaica Bohemiae


Issue no.40 /2004


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Zidovské muzeum v Praze

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Content Judaica Bohemiae XL/2004    
Jews in Eastern Bohemia from the End of the Thirty-Years- War to the End of the Eighteenth Century    
The Second Part of the Chronicle “The Events of Times” (“Qorot Ha-Ittim”) by Abraham Trebitsch of Mikulov (Nikolsburg).    
Das Jonabuch „auf den nigun fun Schmuel buch“. (Prag, 1598). Der Erstdruck    
Kafka and the Prague Circle    
Jewish and Related Museums in Czechoslovakia in the First Republic    
"And She Took Her Veil, and Covered Herself" (Genesis 24:65). ‘Bridal Head Coverings’ from the Collections of the Jewish Museum in Prague    
History and Renovation of Jičín Synagogue    
Report on the Jičín Fire of 23 June 1840 (Found in the Genizah of Jičín Synagogue)    
Translated Title: Report on the Jičín Fire of 23 June 1840 (Found in the Genizah of Jičín Synagogue)
Publication: Judaica Bohemiae (40/2004)
Author Name: Dubinová, Tereza;
Language: English
Subject: Judaic Studies
Issue: 40/2004
Page Range: 123-124
No. of Pages: 2
File size: 53 KB
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Summary: The contents of the genizah found in the attic of the Jičín Synagogue were removed prior to the building’s reconstruction in May 2002. This difficult and dirty task was undertaken by the synagogue warden Jan Kindermann in collaboration with V. Drahoňovský under the specialist supervision of Jewish Museum in Prague staff. Of the eight boxes of written material that were found, however, only one contained documents that were roughly identifiable. They were in a very poor condition, having been damaged by mould, rodents, soot (from a roof fire in 1840), dust and inappropriate handling during roof repairs in the 1960s. Nonetheless, the little that could be identified and preserved is a valuable reminder of the defunct Jewish community of Jičín.
The Oldest Tombstones in the Jewish Cemetery of Tovačov (Tobitschau)    
The Influence of Classical Antiquity on Jewish Tombs in Prague, c. 1900    
Die jüdische Besiedlung Mährens im Jahre 1667. Die Steuererklärungsbriefe zur Haussteuer    
The Jewish Museum in Prague – Annual Report for 2004    
History of the Jews and Jewish Communities in the 17th to 19th Centuries in Czech Popular Educational and Specialist Literature of the Last Decade