The Dispersion of Hebrew Printers during the 16th and 17th Centuries

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B. The Dispersion of Hebrew Printers during the 16th and 17th Centuries

Immanuel ben Solomon, ca. 1265-ca. 1330
Sefer Mahberot `Imanu'el
Kushtantina [ Istanbul ]: [E]li`ezer, son of Gershom Soncino, 5295 [ca. 1535]
Shem Tob Ibn Shem-Tob, d. 1429 or 1430.
Sefer ha-Emunot
Ferrara : Abraham Usque, Tamuz, 317 [ca. 1557]
Signed by the former owner; Henry Malter
Babylonian Talmud, Tractate ʻAvodah Zarah
Talmud Bavli ʻim perush Rashi, tosafot u-fisḳe tosafot
Venetsiah : Daniel Bombirgi, 280-83 [1520-1523]
Immanuel ben Solomon 2 pages
Credit: Library at the Katz Center for Advanced Judaic Studies, purchased at the Kestenbaum and Company Auction, June 26, 2001
Sefer ha-Emunot
Credit: Library at the Katz Center for Advanced Judaic Studies, from the Dropsie College Library Collection, Gift of Walter H. Annenberg and the Board of the Annenberg Research Institute.
Talmud Bavli ʻim perush Rashi, tosafot u-fisḳe tosafot
Credit: Library at the Katz Center for Advanced Judaic Studies, from the Dropsie College Library Collection, Gift of Walter H. Annenberg and the Board of the Annenberg Research Institute.