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“Record of the synagogue reconstruction”. A large original rubbing from Jewish stele in...
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“Record of the synagogue reconstruction”. A large original rubbing from Jewish stele in Kaifeng of China in 1489, Judaica documents the history of Judaism and Jewish people in China.

by Jews in Kaifeng, China

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Rare. Size: 147x80 cm. Original rubbing on thin paper (maybe Bible paper because of its very fine quality). was attached to thick paper to make a hanging scroll. Some wear on the thick paper, but very good on the thin rubbing paper. There are two red stamps on middle-right of the scroll, which probably is the stamps of former owners. This stele in 1489 is the first document found and also a very important document to describe the history of Judaism and Jewish people in China. Its contents are in three sections; one explains the origin and history of Judaism, another describes the rituals and worship of Chinese Jews around the time of the stele construction, and the last tells that there were 70 surnames families of the Kaifeng Jewish community, several surnames being the officers of Chinese Emperor, a Zhao surname among them being a past imperial audience. The Zhao surname was also the surname of the emperors of Song Dynasty(AD 960--AD 1279) in China, and can only be bestowed by emperors… Read More
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The Atlas of Endemic Disease and Their Environments in the People's Republic of China (Chinese-English)

by Tan Jianan

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The Atals consists of 221 map sheets in six series, namely, general map series(6 sheets), environmental background map series(27 sheets),Keshan disease map series( 57 sheets),kaschin-Beck disease map series( 46 sheets),endemic goitre map series(38 sheets),and endemic fluorosis map series(47 sheets). help the reader analysis, study, and understand the relationship between endemic disease and thier encironment. Chinese-English text of the Atlas will promote the academic interflow between China and other countries, and develop medical sciences related to endemic disease, endemic environmental science and medical disease cartography. The atlas was once kept by Canadian international development agency, local support unit, China.787*1092 version,
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Bacterial Meningitis

by John.David.Williams, J. Burnie

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Printed by St Edmundsbury Press. Former Library book
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