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Music score
1 score (10 pages) : 1 illustration, 1 facsimile ; 30 cm.
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29 pages : color illustrations ; 23 cm
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266 pages : color illustrations ; 27 cm
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volumes ; 25 cm
  • [1]. Pesaḥ
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615 pages, [40] pages : facsimiles ; 23 cm
  • Mador Me-otsar ha-melekh
  • Mador Devar ha-melekh
  • Mador Ba-ḳodesh penimah
  • Mador Bene melakhim
  • Mador Hekhal ha-Torah
  • Mador Hekhal halakhah
  • Shalshelet yuḥasin.
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446 pages ; 25 cm
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2 volumes ; 25 cm
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210 p. ; 23 cm
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xi, 341 pages ; 25 cm.
  • List of Abbreviations Introduction Part One The Hebrew Bible and Its Jewish Interpretive Presuppositions and Polemics 1. The Place of the Bible in Jewish Religion and Culture: Written and Oral Torah 2. Rabbinic Exegesis in Contradiction to the Simple Meaning of Biblical Texts 3. Theologies and Methodologies in Classical Jewish Interpretation: A Study of Midrash Psalms and Its View of God 4. Encounters and Polemics between Jews, Christians, and Muslims in Medieval Jewish Exegesis 5. A Bridge or a Barrier? Jews, Christians and the Hebrew Bible / Old Testament: The Roots of Jewish-Christian Controversy Part Two Interpretation, Sectarianism, and Disputes Case Studies from Late Second Temple and Rabbinic Judaism 6. The Binding of Isaac: Biblical Narrative in Late Second Temple and Rabbinic Exegesis and Thought 7. The Day of Atonement in the Late Second Temple Period: Disputes between Sadducees, Pharisees, and Qumranites 8. The Hiding of the Temple Vessels in Jewish and Samaritan Literature 9. The Relations between Jews and Arabs-Syrians in Pre-Islamic Jewish Sources 10. Saadia Gaon and Abraham Ibn Ezra and Their Defense of the Written and Oral Torah Conclusion Bibliography Index of Sources.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9789004339101 20170515
Fighting over the Bible explores the bitter conflicts between main stream Jews and their internal and external opponents, especially between particular Jewish groups such as Pharisees, Sadducees, Qumranites, Samaritans, Rabbanites and Karaites, as well as with Christians and Muslims regarding their interpretations of Jewish Scripture. The Hebrew Bible/Old Testament is an important sacred text for all branches of the Abrahamic faiths, but it has more often divided than unified them. This volume explores and exemplifies the roots of these interpretive conflicts and controversies and traces the rich exegetical and theological approaches that grew out of them. Focusing on the Jewish sources from the late Second Temple period through the high Middle-Ages, it illustrates how the study of the Bible filled the vacuum left by the Temple's destruction, and became the foundation of Jewish life throughout its long conflicted history.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9789004339101 20170515
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149 pages ; 23 cm
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498 pages ; 25 cm
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495 pages ; 25 cm
  • Nitsustse or --- Penine or
  • Meʼore or.
  • ניצוצח א ור --- פניני אור
  • מאורי אור.
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528, 21, 12 pages : facsims ; 25 cm
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320 pages ; 24 cm
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147 p. : ill.
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xvii, 489 pages ; 23 cm.
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241, 31e : illustrations (some color) ; 24 cm
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1 volume (unpages)
Special Collections
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475 pages ; 25 cm
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xiii, 318 pages ; 24 cm
"Inspired, border-crossing work by a major American poet and translator Hymns & Qualms brings together MacArthur Fellow Peter Cole's acclaimed poetry and translations, weaving them into a helical whole. Praised for his "prosodic mastery" and "keen moral intelligence" (American Poets), and for the "rigor, vigor, joy, and wit" of his poetry (The Paris Review), Cole has created a vital, unclassifiable body of work that plumbs centuries of wisdom while paying sharp attention to the textures and tensions of the present. He is, Harold Bloom writes, "a matchless translator and one of the handful of authentic poets in his own American generation. Hymns & Qualms is a majestic work, a chronicle of the imaginative life of a profoundly spiritual consciousness." Cole is a maker--of poems and worlds. From his earliest registrations of the Jerusalem landscape's stark power to electric renderings of mystical medieval Hebrew hymns; from his kabbalistically inspired recent poems to sensuous versions of masterworks of Muslim Spain; and from his provocative presentation of contemporary poetry from Palestine and Israel to his own dazzling reckonings with politics, beauty, and the double-edged dynamic of influence, Cole offers a ramifying vision of connectedness. In the process, he defies traditional distinctions between new and old, familiar and foreign, translation and original--"as though, " in his own words, "living itself were an endless translation.""-- Provided by publisher.
"A selection of Cole's award-winning poetry and translations together with new poems"-- Provided by publisher.
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