Notice of Rabbinic Reprinting Ban, Venice (1579)

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Notice of Rabbinic Reprinting Ban, Venice (1579), Primary Sources on Copyright (1450-1900), eds L. Bently & M. Kretschmer,

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Notice of Rabbinic Reprinting Ban in Abravanel's Perush Ha-Torah

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Publishers' warning that book protected by rabbinic reprinting ban issued by Venetian rabbinic authorites and effective throughout Italy.

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Author: Asher ben Yaakov Parintzo

Publisher: Bragadini and di Gara

Year: 1579

Location: Venice

Language: Hebrew

Source: National Library of Israel

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Bragadini, Juan

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Rabbinic court of Venice


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