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Title page of Joseph Caro's Sefer Shuljan ha-Panim

Title page of Joseph Caro's Sefer Shuljan ha-Panim. Livro llamada en Ladino Meza de el Alma...printed in Venice. See entry 74.
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Ladino Books in the Library of Congress

Originally compiled by Henry V Besso (1964)
Revised by Everette Larson and Ralph Tarica (2003/04)

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This online version of the bibliography prepared by Henry V. Besso and published by the Hispanic Foundation of the Library of Congress in 1964, has been updated with approximately 200 additional titles recently identified in the collections of the Hebraic Section and in the general collections of the Library of Congress. In addition the guide contains links to the title pages of the cited resources in the vernacular script, standardized subject and name headings to facilitate searching for related resources in the Library of Congress catalog, and the Yaari number for those resources also cited in that seminal work on Ladino publications in the Jewish National and University Library (Jerusalem). In addition, location information for the resources, which are included in several collections in the Library of Congress, is also provided.

The online version was produced under the auspices of the Bibliographic Enrichment Advisory Team (BEAT) of the Library of Congress as part of the BeCites+ Project in 2003-2004.

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Preface to the 1964 Edition        Works Cited        Places of Publication       
A Note on Ladino and Problems of Transliteration  

 

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