Lattes, Dante

(1876-1965)
   Italian writer, journalist and educator. From 1896 he worked for the paper Corriere Israelitico in Trieste. Subsequently he helped to found the weekly Israel in Florence and La rassegna mensile di Israel. He also taught Hebrew language and literature at the Institute for Oriental Languages in Rome. He translated the work of writers of the Jewish national revival movement into Italian, and also produced commentaries on the Torah, the Prophets and the Psalms.

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  • Agrégation d'italien (France) — Dante (peint ici par Andrea del Castagno en 1450), auteur de la Divine Comédie et considéré pour cette raison comme le père de la littérature italienne, est régulièrement mis au programme de l agrégation d italien. L agrégation d italien est, en… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • ITALY — Jews have lived in Italy without interruption from the days of the Maccabees until the present, through a period of 21 centuries. Although they were never subjected to general expulsion, there were frequently partial ones. They often enjoyed good …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • ITALIAN LITERATURE — Influence of the Bible As in other European cultures, the Bible became known to the Italian literary and cultural world through the Latin Vulgate, which was extensively studied in medieval times and, to a lesser extent, in the humanist period of… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

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  • PADUA — PADUA, capital of Padua province, N. Italy. In documents dated 1134 and 1182 two or three persons with the surname Judaeus are mentioned, although some scholarly opinion holds that they were not Jews. In 1289 the physician Jacob Bonacosa, a Jew,… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • RASSEGNA MENSILE DI ISRAEL, LA — RASSEGNA MENSILE DI ISRAEL, LA, Italian Jewish review founded by alfonso pacifici in 1925 as a monthly supplement to the weekly newspaper Israel. It dealt with Jewish history and contemporary Jewish life from the traditional point of view. Its… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

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