Jews and Slavs - Volume 3 [Ioudaike Archaiologia]. In Honour of Professor Moshe Altbauer [IN ENGLISH & RUSSIAN]  

Author Moskovich, Wolf; Schwarzband, Samuel; Alekseev, Anatoly [Eds.] / Gutkind, N.; Guri, Y.; Nikolova, S.; Bogachek, M.; Pichkhadze, A.; et al.

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Place of Publication Jerusalem
Publication Name The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Year 1995
Language(s) English Russian
VOLUME THREE of "Jews and Slavs" - a collection of Judeo-Slavic studies in English and Russian published by the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, the Center for the Study of Slavic Languages and Literatures. This volume contains papers by Naomi Gutkind, Samuel Schwarzband, Anatoly Alekseev, Yosef Guri, Svetlina Nikolova, Michael Bogachek (Goldelman), Vladimir Orel, Anna Pichkhadze, Iskra Christova-Shomova, Leonid S. Chekin, Andrej Pliguzov, Cesare G. De Michelis, Moshe Taube, Jacob Luria, Ludmila Jankowska, Maren Frejdenberg, Alexander Beider, and Dov Noy. Contains name index, abstracts of all articles, the dedicatee - Moshe Altbauer`s portrait as frontispiece and list of his publications. This volume also contains a dedication in Hebrew to the late Prof. Haim Tadmor from one of the authors (from the signature it is not clear which author). 250x170mm. 301 pages. Grey/black Hardcover. Cover and spine slightly dirty. Cover corners and spine edges slightly bumped. Spine slightly rubbed/slightly wrinkled. [SUMMARY]: This extremely rare volume of Judeo-Slavic studies is in good condition.
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