The National Library of Israel has just opened a marvelous exhibition on Napoleon in Egypt and Palestine, drawing on documents assembled by the philologist Abraham Shalom Yahuda (1877-1951). (The Library also holds Yahuda's vast collection of Isaac Newton’s non-scientific papers. For more on him, see here: http://bit.ly/asyahuda.) The Library has put together an interactive website on Napoleon in the Middle East, integrating pieces from the collection. At the link.
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