SED-RAJNA, Gabrielle. French (born Hungary), b. 1927. Genres: Art/Art history. Career: Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, Paris, France, head of Hebrew Department at Institut de Recherche et d'Histoire des Textes, 1962-93. Also affiliated with Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes, Sorbonne, University of Paris. Publications: Iconographical Index of Hebrew Illuminated Manuscripts, Vol. I: Paris-Jerusalem, 1976, Vol.e II: Paris-Munich, 1981, Vol. III: Jerusalem, 1983, Vol. IV (with B. Narkiss): Les Manuscrits Enlumines de la Collection Kaufmann de Budapest, 1988; Ancient Jewish Art, 1985; The Lisbon Bible, 1988; The Kaufmann Haggadah, 1990; Jewish Art, 1997. UNTRANSLATED WORKS: Manuscrits Hebreux de Lisbonne, 1970; Azriel de Gerone: Commentaire sur le Liturgie Quotidienne, 1974; L'Art Juif, Orient et Occident, 1975; Maimuni Kodex, 1980; La Mahzor Enlumine: Les Voies de Formation d'un Programme Iconographique, 1983; Codex Maimuni, 1984; L'Art Juif, 1985; La Bible Hebraique, 1987; Rashi 1040-1990: Hommage a Ephraim E. Urbach, 1993; Les Manuscrits Hebreux Enlumines des Bibliotheques de France, 1994; L'Art Juif, 1995; Juedische Kunst, 1997. TRANSLATOR: L. Ginzberg, Les legendes des Juifs, vol. I, 1997, vol. II, 1998, vol. III, 2002, vols. IV-VI, forthcoming. Address: 1rue d'Alencon, 75015 Paris, France.
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