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Le pèlerinage dans les religions d’Abraham

The Xth Congress of the EAJS:

Jewish and Non-Jewish Cultures in Contact: New Research PerspectivesEcole Normale Supérieure, 20-24 July 2014

 

I. Sabbatini, «In terram quam mostrabo». L’itinérance pieuse dans les religions d’Abraham. 

22 July, Ecole Normale Supérieure, Salle des RÉSISTANTS, Main building, 1st floor,

Session 1: 9.00-10.30 Early Modern History. Travel and Cultural Interchange in Pre-Modern Jewry

Le pèlerinage dans les religions d’Abraham

Sukkah, Italia 1374, British Library, MS Or 5024 fol 70v
Jewish pilgrimage: Sukkah, Italy 1374, British Library

 

Muhi al-Din Lari, Futuh al-Haramayn (Description of the Holy Cities), A.H. 1089/ A.D. 1678, India, Deccan, Kharepatan, The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Muhi al-Din Lari, Futuh al-Haramayn (Description of the Holy Cities), A.H. 1089/ A.D. 1678, India, Deccan, Kharepatan, The Metropolitan Museum of Art

 

A mosaic map of 6th century Jerusalem found under the floor of St George’s Church in Madaba, Jordan. The map depicts some famous Old City structures such as the Damascus Gate, St Steven’s Gate, the Golden Gate, the gate leading to Mount Zion, the Citadel (Tower of David), the Church of the Holy Sepulcre, and the Cardo Maximus.

 

 

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