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Ariel,S.Z

Published by Masadah, Israel (1968)

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Item Description: Masadah, Israel, 1968. hardcover. Book Condition: Very good-. Illus In Hebrew. Shlomo Zalman Ariel pub this encyclopedia of Jewish customs & ceremonies for children in Israel. 474 pages. Bookseller Inventory # 000449

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Falk, Meir ben Gabriel [Folk, ibn Gavriel]

Published by Amsterdam (1812)

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Item Description: Amsterdam, 1812. EXTREMELY RARE book on Hebrew grammar published in the early 19th century in Amsterdam. The book includes mostly information on pronunciation and verbal inflection. The book is written in Hebrew and Yiddish, and is title "Volume I", although additional volumes were not published. The book includes several text decorations. 250x130mm. 66 double pages (altogether 132 pages). Black quarter-cloth Hardcover. Cover worn and bumped at several places. Cover edges bumped. Spine slightly stained. Sticker on spine. Library stamp on several pages. Binding visible at page 61. Page 56 slightly dog-eared. Several small wormholes on cover and few pages inner edge near binding - no damage to text. Pages yellowing. [SUMMARY]: Save for the aforementioned wear, this rare Hebrew textbook is in good condition. The book is in : Hebrew Yiddish. Bookseller Inventory # MA 15 10

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Published by Jerusalem (1983)

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Item Description: Jerusalem, 1983. Hardcover. Book Condition: Good. n/a. Please contact us for details on condition of available copies of the book. We have thousands of titles and often several copies of each title may be available. SKUALB2017112317fee2 Language: Russian (unless indicated otherwise by the description). Bookseller Inventory # ALB2017112317fee2

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Item Description: Vilna, 1878. 4to. (In the margin remainders of orig. wraps?). Owner's stamp on titlepage: S. Hausdorff, Rotterdam. Foxing. Good copy.Library boards, spine damaged. Bookseller Inventory # 44583

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Meir Nativ.] Concordantias hebraicas [she-hiber he-hacham ha-muvhak: Nathan ben Kalonymos,

Nathan ben Kalonymos, Itzhak.

Published by Venice, Alvise Bragadini, 1564. (1564)

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Item Description: Venice, Alvise Bragadini, 1564., 1564. Folio. (416) ff. Hebrew type, 4 cols. With woodcut printer's device on title page. 17th century calf with gilt spine and cover rules; gilt Jesuit device to cover. Edges tinted yellow. Rare second Venetian edition of the first Hebrew Bible concordance (first published by Bomberg in 1523), with a new Latin dedication to Maggio Parentini. Words are arranged etymologically by roots and stems; the order of the books follows that of the Vulgate. The Arles-born Rabbi Isaac Nathan ben Kalonimus (fl. 1400-48) compiled the work commonly referred to as "Meir Nativ" ("Light of the Way") between 1437 and 1447 with the twofold aim to facilitate the study of Biblical exegesis and to keep Jews who had converted to Christianity from misquoting the Bible in religious controversies (cf. Jewish Encyclopaedia). Nathan himself moved in Christian scholarly circles and participated in theological disputations with his Christian colleagues. Notably, he based his present concordance on a work compiled by the Franciscan Arlotto de Prato. Occasionally (as here) the book is falsely attributed to Isaac's nephew Mordechai Nathan. - Text ruled in red throughout; the edges' yellow paint has seeped into the margins in places. Title page somewhat brownstained; a few corner defects early on, otherwise very clean and largely unbrowned. Ms. ownership of the Jesuit college at Chambéry (Savoy), dated 1585, on title (and repeated on last leaf but one); old stamp and long bibliographical note in French (c. 1900). Binding somewhat rubbed; spine professionally repaired. No copy in U.S. libraries. Adams B 1953. BM-STC Italian 104. Steinschneider 5399.3. Fürst III, 22. OCLC 257608293. Not in Edit 16. Bookseller Inventory # 22993

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