Jewish marriage in Palestine : a Cairo Geniza study / Mordechai Akiva Friedman.
Jewish Theological Seminary of America
ha-Merkaz le-shiluv moreshet Yahadut ha-Mizraḥ (Israel)
Bet ha-sefer le-madʻe ha-Yahadut ʻal shem Ḥayim Rozenberg
Tel Aviv : Tel Aviv Unviersity, Chaim Rosenberg School of Jewish Studies, 'moreshet' Project for the Study of Eastern Jewry
Based on the author's thesis (Ph.D.)-- University of Pennsylvania, 1969.
Contents : V.1. the Ketubba traditions of Eretz Israel. 1980 -- V.2. the Ketubba texts. 1981.
Includes bibliographical references.
2 v : facsim
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