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Obj. ID: 39668  Nell' Occasione ...per la seguita morte si S.M.I.R.A. Maria Teresa... by Azriel Yitzhak ben Moshe Levi, Mantua, 1781

© Gross Family Collection, Photographer: Unknown, .

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Nell' Occasione .........per la seguita morte si S.M.I.R.A. Maria Teresa...... by Azriel Yitzhak ben Moshe Levi | Unknown
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Date
1781
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Gross Family Collection No.
B.2305
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Paper, Ink, Letterpress, Engraving
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28 cm
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19.8 cm
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Description

This text was prepared by William Gross:

Italian Jewry had a particular fondness both for composition of Hebrew poems and the printing of such texts in honor of or commeration of many different events in Jewish life. This example is a poem written to commemorate the death of Maria Teresa, the empress of Austria at the time. Such poems in honor of the rulers on different occasions were usually printed in this same sumptuous manner on extra fine paper.      

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