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Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Series||Etudes sur le judaïsme médiéval -- t. 40|
|Contributions||Zwink, Julia, Bos, Gerrit, 1925-|
|LC Classifications||GR805 .B47 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 187 p., 15 p. of plates ;|
|Number of Pages||187|
|LC Control Number||2010002321|
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ISBN: OCLC Number: Language Note: Text in English and Hebrew. Description: x, pages ; 25 cm. Contents: The author --Literary activity --Sefer Sefer koʼaḥ ha-avanim = book ha-avanim (On the virtue of the stones) --The source(s) of Sefer Ko'aḥ ha-avanim (On the virtue of the stones) --The critical edition of Sefer Ko'ah ha-avanim --Abbreviations and symbols --Text and.
Get this from a library. Berakhyah Ben Natronai ha-Nakdan: Sefer ko'aḥ ha-avanim (On the virtue of the stones) ; Hebrew text and English translation ; with lexicological analysis of the romance terminology and source study.
[Berechiah ben Natronai, ha-Nakdan; Gerrit Bos; Julia Zwink] -- The lore of the supposed magic and medical virtue of stones goes back to the Babylonians and peaks out in.
Berakhyah Ben Natronai ha-Nakdan, Sefer Ko’aḥ ha-Avanim (On the Virtue of the Stones). Hebrew Text and English Translation: With a Lexicological Analysis of the Romance Terminology and Source Study Études sur le judaïsme médiéval: Authors: Julia Zwink, Gerrit Bos: Publisher: BRILL, ISBN:Length: Berakhyah Ben Natronai ha-Nakdan, Sefer Ko’aḥ ha-Avanim (On the Virtue of the Stones).
Hebrew Text and English Translation With a Lexicological Analysis of the Romance Terminology and Source Study Series: Études sur le judaïsme médiéval, Volume: 40Author: G. Bos. Berakhyah Ben Natronai ha-Nakdan, Sefer Ko’aḥ ha-Avanim (On the Virtue of the Stones).
Hebrew Text and English Translation With a Lexicological Analysis of the Romance Terminology and Source Study Series: Études sur le judaïsme médiéval, Volume: 40Author: Nicholas Horsfall. Berakhyah Ben Natronai ha-Nakdan, Sefer Ko’aḥ ha-Avanim (On the Virtue of the Stones). Hebrew Text and English Translation With a Lexicological Analysis of the Romance Terminology and Source Study Series: Études sur le judaïsme médiéval, Volume: Berakhyah Ben Natronai Ha-Nakdan, Sefer Koaḥ Ha-Avanim (on the Virtue of the Stones).
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There are at least three books today with the title "Book of Jasher"/"Sefer HaYashar". One of these is a Hebrew book which was never intended to be identified with the Sefer HaYashar or the Bible. (Remember Sefer HaYashar means "The Upright Book").
Another "Book of Jasher" is a very bad English forgery published first in and again in The power of stones and gems for everyday life and healing with sources from the Torah and Chazal.
With color pictures.~~~ Please look inside for more details. Sefer Madda. The Book of Knowledge. By Rabbi Moshe ben Maimon ("Maimonides"); translated by Eliyahu Touger. Commandments that are the basic principles of the religion of Moshe [Moses] Our Teacher, which one needs to know at the outset--such as recognizing the unity of the Holy One blessed be He and the prohibition of idolatry.
Sefer ha-Bahir- The Book of Illumination, which can be described as a mystical midrash that has been attributed to Nehunia ben ha-Kana, a rabbi who lived in second century Palestine. Book Name: Swaneh Hayat Data Ganj Bakhsh Writer: Muhammad Din Fauq Description: The book Swaneh Hayat Data Ganj Bakhsh covers the lifespan of Hazrat Data Ganj Bakhsh.
Syed Ali Bin Usman Hajveri is also known as the name of Data Ganj Bakhsh. He is a famous Muslim Saint in Lahore. The city of Lahore is known for its name Data Ki Nagri. Syed Ali Bin Usman Hajveri was born. The Sefer Chasidim is supposed to be a paradigmatic book of the early German Jewish Pietistic movement, called the Ashkenazi Hasidim, who flourished from the twelfth and thirteenth century (and not to be confused by the later Chasdic movement founded by Reviews: 2.
Commandments that are done frequently, which we have been commanded to do so that we may always love God and remember Him constantly--such as reciting the Shema`, prayer, tefillin, and blessings; circumcision is included, because it is a sign in our flesh to constantly remind us when we are not in tefillin or tzitzit or the like.
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The author named his book Sefer Yohassin – the Book of Lineage, but his provisional title was Sefer Hasidim – the Book of Pious, or Sefer Kedoshim – the Book of Saints. In his Conclusion he writes, ‘That is why I compiled together The Book of Saints and the Book of Lineage, to pay tribute to the wise and holy people of Israel’.
SEFER HA-ḤAYYIM, an anonymous Ashkenazi-ḥasidic treatise, unique in its combination of mystical esoteric theology with ethical teaching. Whereas all other works of *Ḥasidei Ashkenaz deal with either one area or the other, the author of Sefer ha-Ḥayyim attempts first to establish a theological basis – beginning with the essence of God, His holy Names, and His different powers, and.
Sefer ha-bahir, (Hebrew: “Book of Brightness”), largely symbolic commentary on the Old Testament, the basic motif of which is the mystical significance of the shapes and sounds of the Hebrew alphabet.
The influence of the Bahir on the development of Kabbala (esoteric Jewish mysticism) was profound. Torah spirituality called the Sefer Yetzirah. In the opening teachings of this book it states that G-d created His world using three derivatives of the word “book.” In Hebrew these three are Sefer, Sapar and Sippur.
The academic commentaries to the Sefer Yetzirah all make the same mistake as do the academic commentaries to 3.
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Sefer ha-Qabbalah (Hebrew: ספר הקבלה, "Book of Tradition") was a book written by Abraham ibn Daud around – The book is a response to Karaitic attacks against the historical legitimacy of rabbinic Judaism, and contains, among other items, the controversial tale of the kidnapping by pirates of four great rabbinic scholars from Babylonian academies, whose subsequent ransoming.
RAZIM, SEFER HA- (Heb. סֵפֶר רָזָא רַבָּא; "Book of Secrets"), early work of Jewish mystical ha-Razim is remarkable for its systematic treatment of magic, witchcraft, incantations, and supernatural remedies, on which no special works have otherwise been preserved in Hebew literature.
In the midst of deliberations on the angels, their names, and their functions. Sefer Yetsirah: Ha-meyuḥas le-Avraham Avinu: ṿe-ʻalaṿ kol shilṭe ha-giborim ha-mefarshim ha-meḳubalim (Hebrew Edition) [Yetzir, Sefer] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
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Tam, the tosafist, who wrote a book by a similar name. Some manuscripts attribute the book to Zerahiah ha-Yevani, but there is no evidence for this.
Others have suggested R. Jonah Gerondi as the author but his ideas are contradicted by Sefer Ha-Yashar. The aloe names book () Nomenclatures des services publics industriels et commerciaux, eau et assainissement () A revision of the chinese Stephanidae () Family Sefer koʼaḥ ha-avanim () ISCN ().
Sefer ha-yashar, or, The book of Jasher referred to in Joshua and Second Samuel: faithfully translated from the original Hebrew into English This edition published in by Book Tree in Escondido, Cal.
Edition Notes Originally published by M.M. Noah & A.S. Gould in A translation of the rabbinical Book of Yashar compiled from the. Sefer haYashar (ספר הישר) is a medieval Hebrew midrash, also known as the Toledot Adam and Divrei haYamim Hebrew title "Sefer haYashar" might be translated as the "Book of the Correct Record" - but it is known in English translation mostly as The Book of Jasher following English tradition.
Its author is unknown. This sefer is a commentary on the book of Koheles, written by one of our great Rishonim, Rabeinu Levi Ben Gershom, the Ralbag, the author of the Milchamos HaShem (#, ). Unfortunately, the details of this edition are not known. Amaros Tehoros - אמרות טהורות.
Berechiah ben Natronai Krespia ha-Nakdan (Hebrew: ברכיה בן נטרונאי הנקדן ; fl. 12th–13th century) was a Jewish exegete, ethical writer, grammarian, translator, poet, and best-known works are Mishlè Shu'alim (Fox Fables) and Sefer ha-Ḥibbur (The Book of Compilation). For hundreds of years, Jews, young and old, have spent many delightful hours reading and re-reading the stories in Sefer Hayashar.
The Hebrew original is rich in biblical idiom—a style uniquely suited to the contents. This translation embodies a correct and idiomatic English, while maintaining its original flavor.
The type is large and the illustrations are magnificent. Commandments on forbidden relations and commandments on forbidden foods--for in these two matters the Omnipresent sanctified us and separated us from the nations, in forbidden relations and forbidden foods, and of both it is written "and I have set you apart from the peoples" (Leviti26), "who have set you apart from the peoples" (Leviti24).
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Part of a historical trilogy, Sefer ha-Qabbalah (The Book of Tradition) is formally structured as a history of the Jews and Judaism from ancient times to Writing in an age of deep communal anguish, Ibn Daud lent his support to the efforts to revive the historic community of Spain by attempting to prove that the only legitimate form of Reviews: 1.
Sefer ha-Ḥibbur (Book of Compendium), as the first editor, Hermann Gollancz called it, or Sefer Musar haskel (Book of the Discipline of Wisdom) as Golb reconstructed the title on the basis of a medieval reference, is based on the so-called old Hebrew paraphrase of Saadia Gaon’s Book of Beliefs and Opinions3 I prefer Golb’s reconstruction of.
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