Medieval Ketubot from Sefarad, Hispania...

A careful examination of legal and historic aspects of 30 ketubots from various medieval Hispanic kingdoms; includes their comparison.



Medieval Ketubot from Sefarad, Hispania Judaica v. 11


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Front MatterFront Flap Half Title PageEditorial BoardTitle PageCopyright PageDedication PageTable Of ContentsContentsINTRODUCTION1. THE DOCUMENTS Barcelona 1Barcelona 2Barcelona 3Barcelona 4Barcelona 5Barcelona 6Cervera 1Cervera 2BellpuigManresaVichSanta Coloma de MontbuiMajorca 1Majorca 2Majorca 3Majorca 4ValenciaJacaTudela 1Tudela 2Tudela 3Tudela 4Tudela 5Tudela 6Tudela 7MilagroBorjaSegura de LeonTorrelobatonTrijueque2. HISTORICAL BACKGROUND Barcelona 1Barcelona 2Barcelona 3Barcelona 4Barcelona 5Barcelona 6Cervera 1Cervera 2BellpuigManresaVichSanta Coloma de MontbuiMajorca 1Majorca 2Majorca 3Majorca 4ValenciaJacaTudela 1Tudela 2Tudela 3Tudela 4Tudela 5Tudela 6Tudela 7MilagroBorjaSegura de LeonTorrelobatonTrijueque3. THE KETUBAH : STRUCTURE AND CONTENT Decoration PreambleDate and Place, Names and Other Formalities4. THE DOWRY The Dowry ( ?????? , nedunyä)Dowry Increment ( (?????) The Receipt for the Dowry5. CONDITIONS OF THE KETUBAH The GuaranteeMattana Lehud ( ???? ???? Separate Gift)Conditions ( ????? , tena 'im)The Mohar ( ???? , bride price)Other Additional ProvisionsAuthentication6. A KETUBAH FOR A LEVIRATE MARRIAGE THE KETUBOTBarcelona 1Barcelona 2Barcelona 3Barcelona 4Barcelona 5Barcelona 6Cervera 1Cervera 2BellpuigManresaVichSanta Coloma de MontbuiMajorca 1Majorca 2Majorca 3Majorca 4(Reconstructed)Majorca 4Contemporary Catalan VersionValenciaJacaTudela 1Tudela 2Tudela 3Tudela 4Tudela 5Tudela 6Tudela 7MilagroBorjaAppendix to BorjaSegura de LeonTorrelobatonTorrelobaton(Contemporary Castilian Version)Trijueque(Contemporary Castilian Version)Alba de TormesBack MatterINDEXTHE KETUBOT PLATESBarcelona 1Barcelona 2Barcelona 3Barcelona 4Barcelona 5Barcelona 6Cervera 1 Cervera 2BellpuigManresaVichSanta Coloma de MontbuiMajorcaMajorca 2Majorca 3ValenciaJacaTudela 1Tudela 2Tudela 3Tudela 4Tudela 5Tudela 6Tudela 7MilagroBorja Appendix to BorjaSegura de LeonTorrelobatonAlba de TormesBack Flap
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