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Additional resources for From a Sacred Source: Genizah Studies in Honour of Professor Stefan C. Reif (Etudes Sur Le Judaisme Medieval)
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I. Levine (Hebrew, Jerusalem, 2004), 389–401; 156. ‘The Bible in Jewish Liturgy’, in The Jewish Reading Bible, eds A. Berlin and M. Z. Brettler (Oxford and New York, 2004), 1937–48; 157. ‘Giblews, Jews and Genizah Views’, in A Centennial Tribute to Lewis and Gibson, Journal of Jewish Studies 55 (2004), 332–46; 158. Review of Revelation Restored by David Weiss Halivni, Journal of Theological Studies 55 (2004), 305–09; 159. ‘Prayer in Early Judaism’, in Deuterocanonical and Cognate Literature, Yearbook 2004, Prayer from Tobit to Qumran, eds R.
Review of Jewish Cultural Nationalism by David Aberbach, Journal of Jewish Studies 60 (2009), 159–60; 191. Review of India Traders of the Middle Ages by S. D. Goitein and M. A. Friedman, Journal of Jewish Studies 60 (2009), 353; 192. ‘Prayer and Liturgy’, in The Oxford Handbook of Jewish Daily Life in Roman Palestine, ed. C. Hezser (Oxford, 2010), 545–65; 193. ‘Cairo Geniza’, in Encyclopedia of Jews in the Islamic World, ed. N. A. Stillman (Leiden, 2010), 90–95; 194. ‘Prayer and Liturgy (including Andalus)’, in the Encyclopedia of Jews in the Islamic World, ed.