Material Evidence
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New York, Columbia University, Butler Library (US): Goff Heb-69

ISTC No.il00189700
AuthorLevi ben Gershom
TitlePerush ha-Torah
Imprint[Mantua] : Abraham Conat and Abraham Jedidiah, [1475-76]
FormatMedian f°
Languageheb
SubjectTheology-Biblical
Periodmedieval

Description of Copy

Copy Id02122599
Holding InstitutionNew York, Columbia University, Butler Library (US)
ShelfmarkGoff Heb-69

Provenance

Provenance name [Censor] (Male, Censor, Religious)
NoteThere is censorship found in only one section of the book. At the beginning of the commentary on Leviticus, a number of words and phrases are censored. There is no censor's mark.
Ms. notes (frequency)Occasional
Location in BookParts only
CensorshipYes
CertaintyThe recording of this evidence is considered uncertain
SourceBook in hand

Provenance 1868 - 1872

PlaceAmsterdam (Geonames Id: 2759794)
Areae-ne
Time period1868 - 1872
Provenance nameFrederik Muller, 1817-1881 [Person; Bookseller] (Male, Booktrade)
Provenance TypeBibliographic Evidence
NoteThis collection was donated to Columbia by Temple Emanu-El. All Temple Emanu-el books were purchased from Frederik Muller's 1868 sale of Judaica. http://library.columbia.edu/locations/rbml/units/Hebraica/history.html.

Roest, Meijer. Bet Ha-Sefer: Catalog der Reichhaltigen Sammlungen Hebraischer und Judischer Bucher, Handschriften, Kupferstiche, Portraits etc...Giuseppe Almanzi...(Amsterdam, 1868), #1600
Date of evidence1868
CertaintyThe recording of this evidence is considered certain
SourceBook in hand
Bibliography

Provenance 1872 - 1892

PlaceNew York (Geonames Id: 5128581)
Arean-us
Time period1872 - 1892
Provenance nameTemple Emanu-El, 1845- [Corporate body; Former Owner] (Religious institution)
Provenance TypeExlibris
Bibliographic Evidence
NoteAccording to the history of Columbia's Judaica collection, http://library.columbia.edu/locations/rbml/units/Hebraica/history.html, Temple Emanu-el purchased this copy from Frederik Muller in 1872.
Method of acquisitionPurchase
CertaintyThe recording of this evidence is considered certain
SourceBook in hand

Provenance 1892 -

PlaceNew York (Geonames Id: 5128581)
Arean-us-ny
Time period1892 -
Provenance nameColumbia University , 1754-Present [Corporate body; Present Owner] (Academy, No characterisation/lay)
Provenance TypeAccession mark
NoteIn 1892 Temple Emanu-el donated a collection of books to Columbia University. Included was this copy. http://library.columbia.edu/locations/rbml/units/Hebraica/history.html.

Acquisition number: 156188
Method of acquisitionDonation
Binding date20th cent.
Binding typeBoards
Board materialWood
Cover materialLeather
Binding statusRebound
Binding Dimensions350 × 250 × 100 mm
TitlingTooled
ToolingGold
EdgesUncoloured
Writing on edgesNone
GaufferedNo
CertaintyThe recording of this evidence is considered certain
SourceBook in hand
Library catalogue

Other Information

CompletenessThe enumeration of provenance evidence is considered complete
Last Edit2018-02-27 18:36:19

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New York, Columbia University, Butler Library (US): Goff Heb-69

ISTC No.il00189700
AuthorLevi ben Gershom
TitlePerush ha-Torah
Imprint[Mantua] : Abraham Conat and Abraham Jedidiah, [1475-76]
FormatMedian f°
Languageheb
SubjectTheology-Biblical
Periodmedieval

Description of Copy

Copy Id02122599
Holding InstitutionNew York, Columbia University, Butler Library (US)
ShelfmarkGoff Heb-69

Provenance

Provenance name [Censor] (Male, Censor, Religious)
NoteThere is censorship found in only one section of the book. At the beginning of the commentary on Leviticus, a number of words and phrases are censored. There is no censor's mark.
Ms. notes (frequency)Occasional
Location in BookParts only
CensorshipYes
CertaintyThe recording of this evidence is considered uncertain
SourceBook in hand

Provenance 1868 - 1872

PlaceAmsterdam (Geonames Id: 2759794)
Areae-ne
Time period1868 - 1872
Provenance nameFrederik Muller, 1817-1881 [Person; Bookseller] (Male, Booktrade)
Provenance TypeBibliographic Evidence
NoteThis collection was donated to Columbia by Temple Emanu-El. All Temple Emanu-el books were purchased from Frederik Muller's 1868 sale of Judaica. http://library.columbia.edu/locations/rbml/units/Hebraica/history.html.

Roest, Meijer. Bet Ha-Sefer: Catalog der Reichhaltigen Sammlungen Hebraischer und Judischer Bucher, Handschriften, Kupferstiche, Portraits etc...Giuseppe Almanzi...(Amsterdam, 1868), #1600
Date of evidence1868
CertaintyThe recording of this evidence is considered certain
SourceBook in hand
Bibliography

Provenance 1872 - 1892

PlaceNew York (Geonames Id: 5128581)
Arean-us
Time period1872 - 1892
Provenance nameTemple Emanu-El, 1845- [Corporate body; Former Owner] (Religious institution)
Provenance TypeExlibris
Bibliographic Evidence
NoteAccording to the history of Columbia's Judaica collection, http://library.columbia.edu/locations/rbml/units/Hebraica/history.html, Temple Emanu-el purchased this copy from Frederik Muller in 1872.
Method of acquisitionPurchase
CertaintyThe recording of this evidence is considered certain
SourceBook in hand

Provenance 1892 -

PlaceNew York (Geonames Id: 5128581)
Arean-us-ny
Time period1892 -
Provenance nameColumbia University , 1754-Present [Corporate body; Present Owner] (Academy, No characterisation/lay)
Provenance TypeAccession mark
NoteIn 1892 Temple Emanu-el donated a collection of books to Columbia University. Included was this copy. http://library.columbia.edu/locations/rbml/units/Hebraica/history.html.

Acquisition number: 156188
Method of acquisitionDonation
Binding date20th cent.
Binding typeBoards
Board materialWood
Cover materialLeather
Binding statusRebound
Binding Dimensions350 × 250 × 100 mm
TitlingTooled
ToolingGold
EdgesUncoloured
Writing on edgesNone
GaufferedNo
CertaintyThe recording of this evidence is considered certain
SourceBook in hand
Library catalogue

Other Information

CompletenessThe enumeration of provenance evidence is considered complete
Last Edit2018-02-27 18:36:19