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This chapter presents number of figures relevant to the study of Medieval Latin Christian texts on the Jewish calendar. The figures include MS Oxford, Bodleian Library, Digby 212, fol. 3r (Robert of Leicester, De compoto Hebreorum), Courtesy of Bodleian Library, Oxford. The Jewish calendar naturally played a very visible role in the ethnographies avant la lettre, although the authors generally shunned the kind of technical details that were expounded at length in the Kalendarium Hebraicum.

Keywords: Christianity; Jewish calendar; Medieval Latin Christian texts



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