2 edition of Ha-Sefer ke-sokhen tarbut found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 50 p. :|
|Number of Pages||68|
|2||Sifriyat Helal Ben-Ḥayim|
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First, books of Hasidic teachings began to appear in larger, better-printed editions. We find occasional fragments of the literature of the Heykhalot, the Merkaba, the book of Enoch or quotations from Midrashim such as Alfabeta d-Rabbi Akiba. Weissler, "Woman as High Priest, a Kabbalistic Prayer in Yiddish for Lighting Shabbat Candles" in, Essential Papers in Kabbalah, publ.
In the last decade, we have seen increasing institutional efforts withinFile Size: 1MB.Le livre tromphant, 1660-1830, tome 2, Paris, 1984, p. As the band settles in the best it can, each of the members attempts to get ha-Sefer ke-sokhen tarbut with the natives in their own way. Edited at the Center for Advanced Judaic Studies at the University of Pennsylvania, the journal aims to publish the finest work in all areas of Jewish studies.
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This is a biblical copy established with variants, including glosses by R. See notably his letter reproduced in J. 1993: Nikmato Shel Itzik Finkelstein• He bought his typographic material in Amsterdam. Three former Romm employees thereupon opened their own, rival press in Vilna together with. Two are morality books typical of a major genre of old Yiddish literature. Based on extensive research in original sources, it presents a fascinating social history of the educational experience of the ha-Sefer ke-sokhen tarbut gender in Ireland between and The book, which examines its theme in three major sections, covers every aspect of.
1In the 16 th century, printed books were circulated mainly within the restricted circles of scholars, learned Jews and Hebrew-speaking Christians. His wife Gutel was the daughter of Isaac Kohen Gans of Frankfurt who, with his son Yehuda Loeb, advanced the money for the printing of works edited by Tsvi Hirsh Koidanover.
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As in his work, Sefer ha-Tsoref, he offers, based on gematriot, esoteric interpretations and speculations on the date of redemption.
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Menahem Mendel Bass, gave his approval to the work of Naphtali Bacharah, Emeq ha-Melekh.
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