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ISSN 2299-0518 37 Studia Humana Volume 6:2 (2017), pp. 37—45 DOI: 10.1515/sh-2017-0010 Medieval Judaic Logic and the Scholastic One in the 14 th15th Centuries Provence and Italy: a Comparison of the Logical Works by Rav Hezekiah bar Halafta (First Half of the 14 th Century) and Rav Judah Messer Leon (Second Half of the 15 th Century) Mauro Zonta University of Rome, Italy e-mail: maurozonta@libero.it Abstract: Hezekiah bar Halafta and Judah Messer Leon, who wrote in 14 th15 th century in Provence and Italy, were the

liturgical plainchants, 14th / 15th century Introduction In 2016, information was made public about a manuscript fragment bearing musical notation in the collection of the National Museum Library in Prague under shelf mark 1 D a 3/52.1 It was Dagmar Štefancová, the curator of the National Museum – Czech Museum of Music, who drew my attention to the fragment and offered me the opportunity of studying it. Already during that phase, the fragment was assumed to be notation of instrumental (organ) music written in black mensural notation. Although it consists of just a

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In the present paper an overview of published and unpublished results of archaeological and sedimentary investigations, predominantly reflect on 14th-16th-century changes, are provided and evidence compared to documentary information on flood events and long-term changes. Long-term changes in flood behaviour (e.g. frequency, intensity, seasonality) and average water-level conditions had long-term detectable impacts on sedimentation and fluvio-morphological processes. Moreover, the available archaeological evidence might also provide information on the reaction of the society, in the form of changes in settlement organisation, building structures and processes. At present, information is mainly available concerning the 16th, and partly to the 14th-15th centuries. These results were compared to the available documentary evidence on 14th-16th century Danube floods occurred in the Carpathian Basin.

shows that this rule was understood differently by the early Talmudic commentators of the Bible (Tann’ayim) and by the late Talmudic commentators of the Bible (’Amor’ayim). It is evidence that the Talmudic logic was a life tradition that changed in the course of time. Mauro Zonta contributed the paper entitled ‘Medieval Judaic Logic and the Scholastic One in the 14 th15th Centuries Provence and Italy: a Comparison of the Logical Works by Rav Hezekiah bar Halafta (First Half of the 14 th Century) and Rav Judah Messer Leon (Second Half of the 15 th Century

hyperostosis, and the implications of changing perspectives , American Antiquity, 62 , 183-93 Yoder C.J., 2006, The Late Medieval Agrarian Crisis and Black Death Plague Epidemic in Medieval Denmark: A Paleoapathalogical and Paleodietary Perspective , PhD Dissertation, Texas A&M University, Houston Jonaitis R. Vėževičienė V., 2006, Istorinis rusų miestas senajame Vilniuje XIV- XV a., Arkheologia i istoria Litvy i Severo-Zapada Rossii (materialy mezhdunarodnogo simpoziuma) [Historical Russian town in Vilnius in 14 th -15 th centuries, Archaeology and history of Lithuania

Wright, Päivi Pahta & Janne Skaffari (eds.), Multilingual practices in language history: New perspectives . Berlin: Mouton. Kowalewicz, Henryk & Władysław Kuraszkiewicz (eds.). 1959–1981, Wielkopolskie roty sądowe XIV–XV wieku [The Greater Poland court oaths of the 14th-15th century], vol. 1, Roty poznańskie [The Poznań oaths], vol. 2, Roty pyzdrskie [The Pyzdry oaths], vol. 3, Roty kościańskie [The Kościan oaths], vol. 4, Roty kaliskie [The Kalisz oaths], vol. 5, A, Roty gnieźnieńskie [The Gniezno oaths], B, Roty konińskie [The Konin oaths]. Warszawa

also observed throughout the Old Krakow area. The chart at the top shows the radiocarbon age and ranges of calendar age for sample R3 (layer 109 from the Great Weigh House strata at the Main Market Square in Krakow — room R (Schejbal-Dereń, Garbacz-Klempka 2010)) on the basis of radiocarbon 14C dating; the photographs below show14th / 15th century metal artefact R3 — the first image is of the whole object and the remaining three are close-ups of the surface (using SEM). Earth samples from room R, from layer 109, were analysed for Pb and Cu (%) and average