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Sefer Mivhar Ha-Peninim/ Das Buch Mibchar ha-Peninim des Rabbi Jedaja ben Abraham Bediraschi Penini. In einem korrekten hebräischen Texte und mit dem erläuternden hebräischen Kommentar von Ahron Dessau. Mit einer deutschen Übersetzung heraugegeben von Hirsch Löwinsohn aus Posen

Dessau, Ahron, Hirsch Löwinsohn

Published by D. Friedländer, Berlin, 1842
Condition: fair Hardcover

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8vo. (6) 114pp. 3/4 black cloth over black paper covered boards with modern handwritten label at spine. Brown endpapers. Printed on high quality cotton rag. This work, titled "Assortment of gems," is a collection of Proverbs and Sayings from Jewish Sources as well as from Greek and Arabic Philosophers, compiled in the 13th century by renowned Medieval Rabbi and Sage, Yedayah ben Abraham Bedirashi Penini, who lived in the French Provence Region. Penini originally wrote the work in Judeo-Arabic. This edition is the Hebrew translation, based possibly on Ibn Tibbon's translation. With additional commentaries by Ahron Dessau and a translation into German by Hirsch Löwinsohn Age wear to binding, especially at edges. Minor browning throughout, with sporadic foxing. Rippling throughout, with water marks to some pages, next to top spine. In Hebrew, in both regular and Rashi- script and in German, in Gothic script. Fair condition. Bookseller Inventory # 20245

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Title: Sefer Mivhar Ha-Peninim/ Das Buch Mibchar ...

Publisher: D. Friedländer, Berlin

Publication Date: 1842

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition:fair

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