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Midrash Shochar Tov al Shmuel & Michlei: R. Yitshak ben

R. Yitshak ben Shimshon Cohen Katz (approx. 1610)

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About this Item: 2008. Hardback. Condition: New. Midrash on the books of Shmuel and Proverbs with commentary of R. Yitschak Katz, the Maharal's son-in-law. IF YOU'RE LOOKING FOR ANY SPECIFIC BOOK IN HEBREW OR ENGLISH FEEL FREE TO GET IN TOUCH WITH US. Midrach sur les livres de Samuel et des Proverbes accompagné du commentaire de R. Yitshak Cohen, le gendre du Maharal de Prague. SI VOUS ÊTES A LA RECHERCHE D'UN SEFER PARTICULIER N'HESITEZ PAS A NOUS CONTACTER. Seller Inventory # 001090

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WEISSMAN Rabbi Moshe

Published by Weissman (1998)

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About this Item: Weissman, 1998. Hardback. Condition: New. BRAND NEW BOOK. Other books of this series available on prior demand. The 2nd Book of Shmuel continues the fascinating life story of the greatest of all Jewish kings, David. We read how he conquered Yerushalayim; about Uza's tragic death, David's numerous battles against ennemy nations; his marriage to Batsheva, the birth of Shlomo; his son Avshalom's rebellion; and much more. Meant to be read and enjoyed by all family members. Seller Inventory # 000831

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About this Item: Hardcover Jul 01, 2007. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # BSNW9780800606060

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UCEDA, SAMUEL BEN ISAAC

Published by Isaac Goldman, Warsaw (1889)

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About this Item: Isaac Goldman, Warsaw, 1889. Cont. cloth. (1), 136 lvs. Friedberg p. 562, nr. 794/11. Seller Inventory # 30599

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Midrash tehilim Rabata [commentary ot the Book: R. Mattathias Ha-Yizhar

R. Mattathias Ha-Yizhar

Published by Daniel Bomberg 1546. / Mishley 1547, Venice (1547)

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About this Item: Daniel Bomberg 1546. / Mishley 1547, Venice, 1547. Hardcover. Condition: Good. Vinograd Venice #273. The colophone of Mishely gives the date the book was completed as Adar II 5307, which was 1547 c.e. The title page of Midrash Tehilim and its second leaf as well sa the title page of Midrash Shmuel have signatures and inscriptions, see scans, including that of Menashe [ben] Matlov Sathon, some of whose writings survive as manuscripts in a couple of libraries. The libraries and references are available upon request. Then is also here the signature of Matlov Menashe Sathon. He was surely either his father or his son. There is also an Ezra Aaron Shama inscription. The date of one of the signatures is Rosh Khodesh Nisan 5601 A.M. [= 1841 C.E.]. These Tehilim Rabata include Peirush ha-Alpha-Beta [on Psalms 119]. Divisional titles. Title within architectural arch. Opening word of each part within an elaborate floral woodcut border. The Midrash Tehilim was most likely composed towards the end of the tenth-century, probably in Southern Italy. It is chiefly a compilation of sayings relating to the verses of the Psalms scattered throughout the Agadah, but it also contains some original material. Midrash Tehilim is followed by R. Mattathias Ha-Yizhari¿s commentary to the 119th psalm, Peirush ha-Alpha Beita (58d-66b). Ha-Yizhari (Spain, 14th-15th century) was descended from a Narbonne family that immigrated to Aragon following the expulsion from France in 1306. This is the only work of the Spanish philosopher to be published. He left in manuscript a commentary on the Ethics of the Fathers. Concerning Ha-Yizhari, see EJ, Volume II, columns 1129-1130. Blank recto of last leaf has several inscriptions. One is "rebe mossiß zum sdifil hert disiß buch" {sdif}. Translation: "This book belongs to Rabbi Moses from [?]'. The meaning of sdifil and sdif is a mystery to me. Green ink rubber stamp impression of Saul Liberman on title page of Midrash Shmuel and preceding blank. See scan. LIEBERMAN, SAUL (1898¿1983), talmudic scholar. Born in Motol, near Pinsk, Belorussia, he studied at the yeshivot of Malch and Slobodka. In the 1920s he attended the University of Kiev, and, following a short stay in Palestine, continued his studies in France. In 1928 he settled in Jerusalem. He studied talmudic philology and Greek language and literature at the Hebrew University, where he was appointed lecturer in Talmud in 1931. He also taught at the Mizrachi Teachers Seminary and from 1935 was dean of the Harry Fischel Institute for Talmudic Research in Jerusalem. In 1940 he was invited by the Jewish Theological Seminary of America to serve as professor of Palestinian literature and institutions. Nine years later he was appointed dean, and in 1958 rector, of the Seminary's rabbinical school. Combining vast erudition in all fields of talmudic and rabbinic literature with a penetrating knowledge of the classical world, Lieberman opened new pathways to the understanding of the life, institutions, beliefs, and literary products of Jewish Palestine in the talmudic period. Three additional scans are available upon request. Seller Inventory # 006874

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