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Unbekannte Pijutim von Salomo ibn Gabirol. (Sonderabdruck aus Monatsschrift für Geschichte und Wissenschaft des Judentums. 77. Jahrgang, 1933) [INSCRIBED; SIGNED]

Edelmann, Rafael [sometimes spelled Raphael]

Published by NP, 1933
Condition: vg Soft cover

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This work is inscribed and signed in pen by the author at front wrapper: "With kind greetings. R. Edelmann."8vo. 437-447ppp. Original wrappers. Reprint of an article published in the "Monatsschrift für Geschichte und Wissenschaft des Judentums", whereby acclaimed publisher and Judaica curator Rafael Edelmann (see below) talks about unknown Jewish liturgical poems, a.k.a. Pijutim [more often spelled Piyyutim] he discovered at a fragmental manuscript from the Library of Leningrad [today's Petersburg] - collection under Prof. P. Kahle. The Paytan or author of the Piyyutim was renowned Andulusian- Jewish philosopher and Hebrew poet Solomon Ibn Gabirol (1021-1058), after whom a major street in Tel-Aviv is named. Minor age wear. In German and Hebrew. Very good condition. Raphael Edelmann (1902-1972). First curator of the Judaica collection of the late David Simonsen, later to become the Judaica- and Hebraica-section at the Royal Library of Copenhagen, Danemark. Among Edelmann's publications were theCorpus Codicum Hebraicorum Medii Aevi and the Codices Palatini I (Part I of the Parma Pentateuch and the Parma Bible). The Subject Concordance to the Babylonian Talmud was prepared by Lazarus Goldschmidtt and edited by Edelmann. Bookseller Inventory # 18473

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Title: Unbekannte Pijutim von Salomo ibn Gabirol. (...

Publisher: NP

Publication Date: 1933

Binding: Softcover

Book Condition:vg

Signed: Signed by Author(s)

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