Medieval Spain

Not translations, but appropriations.

Juan Gelman, Ilan Stavans and Judah Halevi
April 15 2024 12:01AM

And the rabbi who tried to convert the pope.

Tamar Marvin
April 9 2024 12:01AM

The astrolabe of Verona.

University of Cambridge
March 8 2024 12:01AM

Abraham Ibn Daud and his Book of the Tradition.

Tamar Marvin
Oct. 26 2023 12:01AM

Solomon Ibn Gabirol and Moses Ibn Ezra.

Tamar Marvin
Oct. 16 2023 12:01AM

Shmuel the Statesman and dark side of the Golden Age.

Tamar Marvin
Sept. 28 2023 12:01AM

How many Jews had been dragged to the baptismal font in Tortosa, and how many had just given up the struggle and gone of their own accord?

Frank Talmage
July 27 2023 12:01AM

Now known as the “synagogue of the Assumption.”

Mia Amram
June 20 2023 12:01AM

Messages of hope in early printed Hebrew texts.

Ann Brenner
Feb. 10 2022 12:01AM

An installation at the Met Cloisters aims to reflect “art at the frontiers of faith.”

Holland Cotter
Feb. 9 2022 12:01AM

Spanish authorities unearth long-buried synagogues from the Middle Ages.

Orge Castellano
Feb. 2 2022 12:01AM

Medieval Spain produced many Jewish geniuses. The poet and philosopher Solomon Ibn Gabirol, born 1000 years ago, wrote poetry that is still sung in synagogues all over the world.

Aug. 11 2020 12:01AM

The only Spanish synagogue not turned into a church.

Jerusalem Post
Aug. 6 2020 12:01AM

The myth and reality of the Khazars.

Henry Abramson
Aug. 4 2020 12:01AM