The paper examines the small Judaica section of the fairly recently recovered library of the young refugees of Villa Emma, in Nonantola (Modena). The Judaica section is a small segment of the original library that originally counted over eight hundred books. Among the Hebrew books there are two grammars, a journal issue, a memorial volume and three prayer books. It seems probable that at least some of the books were used by the refugees in the classes organized at Villa Emma and beforehand, and the Lesno Brdo castle by their madrich, Josef Indig, as part of their training in Modern Hebrew and History.

Eight Judaica Books from the Library of the Young Refugees of Villa Emma

Cussini E
Investigation
2018

Abstract

The paper examines the small Judaica section of the fairly recently recovered library of the young refugees of Villa Emma, in Nonantola (Modena). The Judaica section is a small segment of the original library that originally counted over eight hundred books. Among the Hebrew books there are two grammars, a journal issue, a memorial volume and three prayer books. It seems probable that at least some of the books were used by the refugees in the classes organized at Villa Emma and beforehand, and the Lesno Brdo castle by their madrich, Josef Indig, as part of their training in Modern Hebrew and History.
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