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40 years of active presence

Thursday, February 9, 2023
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    LANGUAGES

    The languages used by the Beza family and their associates in their correspondence are mainly French, often mixed with Italian, Judeo-Spanish (both in Latin and Rashi script), German, Ottoman and, post-war, Greek. Their use indicates not only the cultivation of the family, but also reflects the multicultural and cosmopolitan atmosphere of the meeting point of the Near East and Europe.

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