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====Region: [[:Category:1951 - 1975|1951 - 1975]] [[:Category:Europe|Europe]] [[:Category:Russia and Central Asia|{location3}]]====
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====Subject: [[:Category:Religious|Religious]] [[:Category:Political/Economic/Social Opinion|Political/Economic/Social Opinion]] [[:Category:|]]====
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====Subject: [[:Category:Religious|Religious]] [[:Category:Political/Economic/Social Opinion|Political/Economic/Social Opinion]]====
  
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'''Artist:''' Various
 
'''Artist:''' Various
  
'''Confronting Bodies:''' Dominicans, Franciscans, Pope Clement IV, the Inquisition, USSR State.
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'''Confronting Bodies:''' Dominicans, Franciscans, Pope Clement IV, the Inquisition, Soviet Union
  
'''Dates of Action:''' 1190
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'''Dates of Action:''' 1190, 1244, 1490, 1926
  
'''Location:''' Egypt, France Italy, Spain, Soviet Union.
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'''Location:''' Egypt, France, Italy, Spain, Soviet Union.
  
'''Description of Artwork:''' "The Talmud and Midrash in Judaism commentaries and interpretive writings second in authority only to the Bible. The term Talmud commonly refers to a compilation consisting of the Mishana (oral laws supplementing spiritual laws), the Gemara; and certain auxillary materials. For most scholars, however, Talmud in the precise sense refers only to the materials customarily called Gemara, the commentary on Mishana.
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'''Description of Artwork:''' ''The Talmud'' and ''Midrash'' in Judaism, commentaries and interpretive writings second in authority only to the ''Torah''. The term 'Talmud' commonly refers to a compilation consisting of the ''Mishana'' (oral laws supplementing spiritual laws), the ''Gemara''; and certain auxillary materials. For most scholars, however, 'Talmud' in the precise sense refers only to the materials customarily called ''Gemara'', the commentary on ''Mishana''.
  
'''The Incident:''' 1190 Egypt-Cairo : With his "Guide for the Perplexed", Maimonides, the Jewish philosopher, aroused the Christian's resentment. 1244 France-Paris : "Talmud" burned on charges of blasphemy and immorality. The book was persecuted in various places for another 100 years. 1244 Italy-Rome : Pope Clement IV appointed a committee of censors who expunged all passages that appeared derogatory of Christianity. (Talmudic references to ancient paganism were widely misrepresented as criticism of the Church.) 1926 Soviet Union : Official directions to libraries stated "The section on religion must obtain solely anti-religious books. Religiously dogmatic books such as the 'Gospel', the 'Koran', the 'Talmud', etc. must be left in the large libraries, but removed from smaller ones².
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'''The Incident:''' 1190 Egypt-Cairo: With his ''Guide for the Perplexed'', Maimonides, the Jewish philosopher, aroused the Christian's resentment. 1244 France-Paris: ''Talmud'' burned on charges of blasphemy and immorality. The book was persecuted in various places for another 100 years. 1244 Italy-Rome: Pope Clement IV appointed a committee of censors who expunged all passages that appeared derogatory of Christianity. (Talmudic references to ancient paganism were widely misrepresented as criticism of the Church.) 1926 Soviet Union: Official directions to libraries stated "The section on religion must obtain solely anti-religious books. Religiously dogmatic books such as the ''Gospel'', the ''Koran'', the ''Talmud'', etc. must be left in the large libraries, but removed from smaller ones².
  
'''Results of Incident:''' 1190 Egypt-Cairo : First official burning of Hebrew books by orders of Dominicans, Franciscans, and others.
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'''Results of Incident:''' 1190 Egypt-Cairo: First official burning of Hebrew books by orders of Dominicans, Franciscans, and others.
1490 Spain-Salamanca : In an auto-da-fé, thousands of Hebrew books including biblical texts were burned by order of the Inquisition.
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1490 Spain-Salamanca: In an auto-da-fé, thousands of Hebrew books including biblical texts were burned by order of the Inquisition.
 
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1926 Soviet Union: virtually no printing of the work since then.
1926 Soviet Union : virtually no printing of the work since then.
 
  
 
'''Source:''' Banned Books 387 B.C. to 1978 A.D., by Anne Lyon Haight, and Chandler B. Grannis, R.R. Bowker Co, 1978.
 
'''Source:''' Banned Books 387 B.C. to 1978 A.D., by Anne Lyon Haight, and Chandler B. Grannis, R.R. Bowker Co, 1978.
  
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Latest revision as of 13:24, 20 February 2012

Dates: 1090, 1244, 1490, 1926

Region: Europe Russia and Central Asia

Subject: Religious Political/Economic/Social Opinion

Medium: Literature


Talmud.jpg

Artist: Various

Confronting Bodies: Dominicans, Franciscans, Pope Clement IV, the Inquisition, Soviet Union

Dates of Action: 1190, 1244, 1490, 1926

Location: Egypt, France, Italy, Spain, Soviet Union.

Description of Artwork: The Talmud and Midrash in Judaism, commentaries and interpretive writings second in authority only to the Torah. The term 'Talmud' commonly refers to a compilation consisting of the Mishana (oral laws supplementing spiritual laws), the Gemara; and certain auxillary materials. For most scholars, however, 'Talmud' in the precise sense refers only to the materials customarily called Gemara, the commentary on Mishana.

The Incident: 1190 Egypt-Cairo: With his Guide for the Perplexed, Maimonides, the Jewish philosopher, aroused the Christian's resentment. 1244 France-Paris: Talmud burned on charges of blasphemy and immorality. The book was persecuted in various places for another 100 years. 1244 Italy-Rome: Pope Clement IV appointed a committee of censors who expunged all passages that appeared derogatory of Christianity. (Talmudic references to ancient paganism were widely misrepresented as criticism of the Church.) 1926 Soviet Union: Official directions to libraries stated "The section on religion must obtain solely anti-religious books. Religiously dogmatic books such as the Gospel, the Koran, the Talmud, etc. must be left in the large libraries, but removed from smaller ones².

Results of Incident: 1190 Egypt-Cairo: First official burning of Hebrew books by orders of Dominicans, Franciscans, and others. 1490 Spain-Salamanca: In an auto-da-fé, thousands of Hebrew books including biblical texts were burned by order of the Inquisition. 1926 Soviet Union: virtually no printing of the work since then.

Source: Banned Books 387 B.C. to 1978 A.D., by Anne Lyon Haight, and Chandler B. Grannis, R.R. Bowker Co, 1978.