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A Tutti Voi Mercanti

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Title:
A Tutti Voi Mercanti
Description:
This document bestows legal, religious, and commercial privileges on foreign merchants and the Jewish community in the cities of Pisa and Livorno. Section 18, on the right hand page, grants Jews the right to practice medicine, and section 20 grants the right to build a synagogue in Pisa. Excerpt from A Tutti Voi Mercanti [Statues for the Jewish community at Pisa and Livorno], decreed by Ferdinando I, Grand Duke of Tuscany
Creator:
Ferdinando I, Grand-Duke of Tuscany, 1549-1609
Date:
June 10, 1593
Location:
Center for the History of Medicine (Francis A. Countway Library of Medicine)
Collection (local):
Solomon M. Hyams Collection of Hebraic Medical Literature
Solomon M. Hyams Collection of the Boston Medical Library (Ballard 25)
Series:
Boston Medical Library Solomon M. Hyams Collection of Hebraic Medical Literature
Subjects:
Ferdinando I, Grand-Duke of Tuscany, 1549-1609
Manuscripts (document genre)
Judaica
Excerpts
Legal documents
Extent:
Excerpt (1 page)
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Notes:
Purchased for the Solomon M. Hyams Collection of the Boston Medical Library, 1934
Language:
Italian
Identifier:
DigID0002792