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NAUTICA TALMUDICA

by Daniel דניאל Sperber שפרבר

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TitleNAUTICA TALMUDICA
AuthorDaniel דניאל Sperber שפרבר
PublisherBar-Ilan University Press
Publication Date1986
SubjectTalmud and Rabbinic Literature תלמוד וספרות רבנית
Pages185


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An attempt to collect and interpret all Palestinian and rabbinic data pertaining to nautical matters and correlate them with contemporary literary and archaeological evidence. From the series ``Bar-Ilan Studies in Near Eastern Languages and Culture``. Co-published with Brill, Leiden



About the Author 

Daniel דניאל Sperber שפרבר ---

Prof. Daniel Sperber is the Milan Roven Professor of Talmudic Studies and former Dean of the Faculty of Jewish Studies, Bar-Ilan University. He is currently President of the Ludwig and Erica Jeshelson Institute of Advanced Torah Studies at Bar-Ilan University. He is the author of over twenty five works on various aspects of Rabbinic research, has edited and commented on Talmudic texts, and has written on Rabbinic law, customs, history and philology. Among his books published by Bar-Ilan University Press: Roman Palestine 200-400 Money and Prices (1974, 1991); Roman Palestine 200-400 The Land (1978); A Dictionary of Greek and Latin Legal Terms in Rabbinic Literature (1984); Nautica Talmudica (1986); Material Culture in Eretz Israel during the Talmudic Period (1993, 1995); Magic and Folklore in Rabbinic Literature (1994). Professor Sperber was awarded the ``Israel Prize`` in Jewish studies, 1992. פרופ` דניאל שפרבר, חתן פרס ישראל, המשמש כיום כנשיא המכון הגבוה לתורה באוניברסיטת בר-אילן. משנת 1992 הוא בעל הקתדרה לתלמוד ע``ש מילן רובן. בעבר שימש כדיקן הפקולטה למדעי היהדות. פרסם ספרים רבים בחקר ההלכה , התלמוד והספרות הרבנית גם מן ההיבט הפילולוגי והארכיאולוגי. ביניהם בהוצאת אוניברסיטת בר-אילן: Roman Palestine 200-400 Money and Prices (1974, 1991); Roman Palestine 200-400 The Land (1978); A Dictionary of Greek and Latin Legal Terms in Rabbinic Literature (1984); Nautica Talmudica (1986); Material Culture in Eretz Israel during the Talmudic Period (1993, 1995); Magic and Folklore in Rabbinic Literature (1994




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