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Unraveling the mystery of Manchester House, an edifice on Hebrew University’s Givat Ram campus with an intriguing history.
Every summer, Israelis from all sectors are on the same page as they peruse the latest books, translations and related commodities in hundreds of events across the country.
In Tel Aviv, most of the events will be held in Rabin Square; in Jerusalem, at the First Station and in Haifa at the Merkaz HaCarmel Auditorium.
Newton's notes on Judaism, ancient maps of Israel and Jerusalem, and the history of the color red since the beginning of the textile industry - now just a click away.
By ALON EINHORN
Open access platform apologized for how it handled secret image-mining operation last year.
By AMY SPIRO
New legislation allows Israeli cultural institutions greater freedom to digitize their archives - without fear of lawsuits.
An anonymous letter, recently discovered in the National Library archives, offers a glimpse into a time of crisis when the residents of Tel Aviv were prisoners in their own homes.
By SHAI BEN-ARI/NATIONAL LIBRARY OF ISRAEL
The stains themselves are odd as they are only present in the first section of the book, the portion that focuses on the holiday of Rosh Hashana, the Jewish New Year.
By CHEN MALUL/ NATIONAL LIBRARY OF ISRAEL
A small community of persecuted Jews inhabited Azores Islands 950 mile off coast of Portugal.
By DANIEL K. EISENBUD
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