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The commentary of Abraham Ibn Ezra on the Pentateuch

Abraham ben Meir Ibn Ezra

The commentary of Abraham Ibn Ezra on the Pentateuch

by Abraham ben Meir Ibn Ezra

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Published by Ktav Pub. House in Hoboken, N.J .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Bible. -- O.T. -- Pentateuch -- Commentaries

  • Edition Notes

    Statementtranslated by Jay F. Shachter.
    ContributionsShachter, Jay F.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBS1225 .I3213 1986
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv. ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20398389M
    ISBN 100881251097

    Abraham ben Meir ibn Ezra, (born /93, Tudela, Emirate of Saragossa—died , Calahorra, Spain), poet, grammarian, traveller, Neoplatonic philosopher, and astronomer, best known as a biblical exegete whose commentaries contributed to the Golden Age of Spanish Judaism.. As a young man, he lived in Muslim Spain. Not much is known about his early life. Ibn Ezra's Commentary on the Pentateuch Numbers: Ibn Ezra, Abraham Ben Meir, Silver, Arthur M., Strickman, H. Norman: Books - or: Abraham Ben Meir Ibn Ezra, Arthur M. Silver, H. Norman Strickman.

    Rabbi Abraham Ibn Ezra's Commentary on the First Book of Psalms: Chapters ISBN , pages, softcover $ Buy it now Translated and Annotated by H. Norman Strickman Rabbi Abraham ben Meir ibn Ezra was one of the outstanding personalities produced by medieval Andalusian Jewry. On binding: תורה Pentateuch, Venice Rashi, Ramban, Abraham ibn Ezra and David Kimhi. Esrim ve-arba’ah. Venice: Marco Antonio Giustiniani, Contains the Torah; only volume printed in this edition. Complete and in excellent condition. מקראות גדולות Jacob ben Hayyim ben Isaac ibn Adonijah. Miḳraʼot gedolot. Venice.

    The great editions of the Hebrew Bible with rabbinical commentaries contained also commentaries of Ibn Ezra’s on the following books of the Bible: Isaiah, Minor Prophets, Psalms, Job, Pentateuch, Daniel; the commentaries on Proverbs, Ezra and Nehemiah which bear his name are really those of Moses Kimhi. Levine, Etan. Ed., Abraham ibn Ezra's Commentary to the Pentateuch, Vatican Manuscript Vat. Ebr. Jerusalem: Makor, Sela, Shlomo, "Abraham Ibn Ezra's Scientific Corpus Basic Constituents and General Characterization", in Arabic Sciences and Philosophy, (), Cambridge University Press.


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The commentary of Abraham Ibn Ezra on the Pentateuch by Abraham ben Meir Ibn Ezra Download PDF EPUB FB2

Abraham ibn Ezra () was a brilliant thinker and had views about the Bible that are quite different than most people have today; some ideas were rational, others, as I will show, were not.

The following are some of his understandings of the second book of the Hebrew Bible, Exodus.5/5(2). Ibn Ezra, as I wrote in my essay on ibn Ezra and the book Exodus, felt that the land of Israel is holy.

Thus, while worshipping idols is generally wrong, it is especially so in Israel. Ibn Ezra writes that this is why Molech worship in Israel (Leviticus and 26 and Deuteronomy ) and taking idols to Israel (even if they are only used 5/5(1).

Ibn Ezra's Commentary on the Pentateuch book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Rabbi Abraham ben Meir Ibn Ezra was born in Tudela, Navarre inand died c. apparently in Calahorra.

He was one of the most distinguished Jewish biblical commentators and philosophers of the Middle Ages/5. Ibn Ezra, Abraham ben Meïr, Commentary of Abraham Ibn Ezra on the Pentateuch.

Hoboken, NJ: Ktav Pub. House, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Abraham ben Meïr Ibn Ezra; Jay F Shachter. The Commentary of Abraham Ibn Ezra on the Pentateuch: Deuteronomy Volume 5 of The Commentary of Abraham Ibn Ezra on the Pentateuch, Jay F.

Shachter: Author: Abraham ben Meïr Ibn Ezra: Translated by: Jay F. Shachter: Publisher: KTAV Publishing House, Inc., ISBN:Length: pages: Subjects. Poet, Biblical commentator, grammarian, astronomer, mathematician--Abraham ibn Ezra was one of the most remarkable men of his time and one of the relatively few whose works have become the heritage of all those who wish to understand the Hebrew Bible properly.

Ibn Ezra combined a passion for the plain sense of the verse with a reverence for the Rabbis as. Abraham ben Meir Ibn Ezra was one of the outstanding and colorful scholars of medieval Jewry.

He was a poet, mathematician, astronomer, astrologer, grammarian physician and philosopher. However, his chief claim to fame rests on his commentary on the Bible, especially on the Pentateuch, the five books of Moses.

Ibn Ezra's Commentary on the Pentateuch: Genesis | H. Norman Strickman, Arthur M. Silver | download | B–OK. Download books for free. Find books. A translator's guide to selections from the first five books of the Old Testament by: Peacock, Heber F.

Published: () Auxiliary studies in the bible: an introduction to source analysis of the Pentateuch by: Montgomery, Robert M. Published: (). Book Summary: The title of this book is Ibn Ezra's Commentary on the Pentateuch and it was written by Abraham Ben Meir Ibn Ezra, Arthur M.

Silver, H. Norman particular edition is in a Hardcover format. This books publish date is and it has a suggested retail price of $Book Edition: 1st. Buy The Commentary of Abraham Ibn Ezra on the Pentateuch: by Ibn Ezra, Abraham Ben Meir (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Abraham Ben Meir Ibn Ezra.

Ibn Ezra's Commentary on the Pentateuch, Vol. 3: Leviticus Abraham Ibn Ezra s Introductions to Astrology: A Parallel Hebrew-English Critical Edition of the Book of the Beginning of Wisdom and the Book of the. Abraham ibn Ezra's () commentary on the Pentateuch, like Rashi's commentaries, has produced many supercommentaries.

His is very scholarly. He was the first to maintain that Isa contains the work of two authors; and his doubts respecting the authenticity of the Pentateuch were noticed by Spinoza. Buy Ibn Ezra's Commentary on the Pentateuch: Genesis (Bereshit) by Strickman, H. Norman, Ibn Ezra, Abraham Ben Meir, Silver, Arthur M.

(ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible s: 3. Levine, Etan. Ed., Abraham ibn Ezra's Commentary to the Pentateuch, Vatican Manuscript Vat. Ebr. Jerusalem: Makor, Sela, Shlomo, "Abraham Ibn Ezra's Scientific Corpus Basic Constituents and General Characterization", in Arabic Sciences and Philosophy, (), – Cambridge University Press.

Abraham Ibn Ezra’s commentary to the Torah (‘Five Books of Moses’ or ‘Pentateuch’). Abraham Ibn Ezra and his biblical commentary.

Abraham ben Meir Ibn Ezra (–c CE) was one of the most eminent medieval commentators of the Hebrew Bible. A native of Tudela in northern Spain, Ibn Ezra was also a well-known poet, grammarian. The Hebrew words אף כי (commentary to Deut. ) are incorrectly rendered "even in," changing considerably the import of ibn Ezra's comment, since ibn Ezra generally uses the words אף כי in the sense of "how much more so," the same way that they are used in the Bible itself (e.g., Deut.

Shachter's grammatical and syntactical. Abraham Ibn Ezra was born in Toledo, Spain in During his itinerant life, Ibn Ezra met scores of scholars and wrote a number of works, of which his commentary on the Pentateuch and the Prophets in the most widely known.

(To the Question of the Author of the Book Sha'ar Hashamayim Attributed to Abraham ibn Ezra). Tarbiz ( Ibn Ezra, Abraham ben Meïr, Ibn Ezra's commentary on the Pentateuch. New York, N.Y.: Menorah Pub. Co., ©© (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Abraham ben Meïr Ibn Ezra; H Norman Strickman; Arthur M Silver.

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Abraham Ibn Ezra was born in Toledo, Spain in Ibn Ezra met scores of scholars and wrote a number of works, of which his commentary on the Pentateuch and the Prophets in the most widely known.

He was a real polymath and wrote on the calendar, mathematics (Sefer ha-Mispar, Book of the Number), and philosophy and ethics (Yesod Moraon. - Buy Ibn Ezra's Commentary on the Pentateuch: Genesis (Bereshit) book online at best prices in India on Read Ibn Ezra's Commentary on the Pentateuch: Genesis (Bereshit) book reviews & author details and more at Free delivery on qualified s: 3.The Commentary of Abraham Ibn Ezra on the Pentateuch: translated by by Jay F.

Shachter. Volume 3: Leviticus –.Ktav Pub Inc January 1, ; The Commentary of Abraham Ibn Ezra on the Pentateuch:Translated by Jay F. Schachter Volume 5, Deuteronomy KTAV Publishing House Rabbi Abraham Ibn Ezra's Commentary on the Creation by Michael Linetsky.