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230 pages ; 22 cm.
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xiii, 822 pages ; 25 cm.
  • Preface Abbreviations Genenral Introduction Organization and Contents Arabic to Hebrew Translations The Introductions Zodiacal Signs and Planetary Dignities The Astronomical Content of Mishpetei ha-Mazzalot and Reshit Hokhmah Authorship, Date, and Place of Composition Ibn Ezra's Other Introductions to Astrology Transmission of the Texts Manuscripts Used for the Critical Editions of Reshit Hokhmah and Mishpetei ha-Mazzalot Editorial and Translation Principles Editorial Changes with Respect to the Previous Editions Part One: Book of the Beginning of Wisdom by Abraham Ibn Ezra Hebrew Text and English Translation Part Two: Notes to the Book of the Beginning of Wisdom Part Three: Book of the Judgments of the Zodiacal Signs by Abraham Ibn Ezra Hebrew Text and English Translation Part Four: Notes to the Book of the Judgments of the Zodiacal Signs Part Five: Appendices 1. Manuscripts 2. Abu Ma'shar - Kitab al-mudkhal al-kabir 3. Kitab al-mudkhal (Al-Qabisi) and Kitab al-thamarah (Centiloquium) 4. Planets and Horoscopic Places 5. The lots of the Twelve Places 6. Hebrew-Arabic Technical Glossary 7. English-Hebrew Glossary (Reshit Hokhmah) 8. English-Hebrew Glossary (Mishpetei ha-Mazzalot) 9. Hebrew-English Index to the English-Hebrew Glossaries 10. Authorities and Sources (Reshit Hokhmah) 11. Authorities and Sources (Mishpetei ha-Mazzalot) 12. Index of Technical Terms and Biographical Notes Bibliography Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9789004342279 20170731
The present volume offers a critical edition of the Hebrew texts, accompanied by English translation and commentary of Reshit Hokhmah (Beginning of Wisdom) and Mishpetei ha-Mazzalot (Judgments of the Zodiacal Signs) by Abraham Ibn Ezra (ca. 1089-ca. 1161). The first, the summa and by far the longest of his astrological works, the target of the most cross-references from the rest of that corpus and the most influential, enjoyed the widest circulation among Jews in the Middle Ages and after. The second, by contrast, is the most obscure. It is never referred to elsewhere by its author and is the only work for which Ibn Ezra's authorship must be substantiated. Reshit Hokhmah and Mishpetei ha-Mazzalot were written in order to explain concepts common to the various branches of astrology that Ibn Ezra addressed elsewhere and to elucidate the worldview that underlies astrology. These two treatises are the richest and most varied with regard to the astrological information they present. Reshit Hokhmah and Mishpetei ha-Mazzalot also exemplify the close collaboration between astronomy and astrology in medieval science and are the two components of Ibn Ezra's astrological corpus with the most extensive, comprehensive, and significant astronomical content.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9789004342279 20170731
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Music score
1 score (10 pages) : 1 illustration, 1 facsimile ; 30 cm.
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392 pages ; 21 cm
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267 pages ; 24 cm
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206 pages ; 21 cm.
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165 pages ; 25 cm
Ha-tefilah - ʻavodah she-balev, ʻavodat ha-tefilah, nusaḥ ha-tefilah ṿe-toldot ha-tefilah, shiʻurim ṿe-hartsaʼot ʻal ha-tefilah.
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302 pages : color illustrations ; 21 cm
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166 pages ; 21 cm
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317 pages : color illustrations ; 23 cm
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xliv, 188, 398 pages ; 24 cm
  • [English section]. The Aura and the Chi
  • Hands-on healing
  • Acupuncture
  • Kinesiology
  • Dowsing
  • Homeopathy and flower essences
  • Gem therapy
  • Geobiology and Feng shui
  • Hypnotherapy
  • Yoga
  • Shamanic healing.
  • [Hebrew section]. Biʼure sugyot
  • Haśagot ̣al haḳdamat ha-sefer Ohole Yaʻaḳov [Monsi, 5777]
  • Teshuvot u-mikhtavim.
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12. Anashim sheba-ḳir [2017]

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143 pages ; 20 cm
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29 pages : color illustrations ; 23 cm
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429 pages ; 25 cm
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Image
1 container (20 sheets and 20 unnumbred folded sheets) : color illustrations ; 21 cm + 1 booklet (59 pages : color illustrations ; 21 cm).
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volumes
  • helek 1. Parashiyot be-reshit - Lekh lekha
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17. ʻAtidah = Atida [2017]

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195 pages ; 21 cm
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248 pages ; 21 cm.
Sefer 1 be-sidrat śiʼe ha-shirah ha-yiśraʼelit.
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29 pages
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200, 15 pages : illustrations (mostly color) ; 22 x 27 cm
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266 pages : color illustrations ; 27 cm
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volumes ; 25 cm
  • [1]. Pesaḥ
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21 pages
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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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615 pages, 40 unnumbered 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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352 pages ; 21 cm
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18 pages ; 21 cm
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28. Be-reshit = Genesis [2017]

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81 pages : color illustrations ; 28 cm
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446 pages ; 25 cm
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15, 918 pages : color illustrations, maps ; 26 cm
  • Reshimat ha-mefarshim ṿeha-hosefot haofiʻim bi-mahadura zu
  • Ṭaʻame ha-miḳra
  • Birkot ha-haftarah
  • Hosheʻa
  • Yoʼel
  • ʻAmos
  • ʻOvadyah
  • Yonah
  • Mikhah
  • Naḥum
  • Ḥabaḳuḳ
  • Tsefaniyah
  • Ḥagai
  • Zekharyah
  • Malakhi-- Mapot, tsiyurim, ṿe-ṭablaʼot tsivʻoniyot.
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494 pages ; 21 cm
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176 pages ; 23 cm
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xvi, 227 pages ; 25 cm.
  • Vor- und Dankwort
  • Sigla und Abkürzungen
  • Tabellenverzeichnis
  • Einleitung
  • Höflichkeit
  • Der Begriff der Höflichkeit
  • Höflichkeit in der modernen Linguistik
  • Das Konzept von face und das Modell von Brown, Levinson
  • Unhöflichkeit : ein neu studiertes Phänomen
  • Partikeln und (Un)höflichkeit
  • Partikeln, Abtönung, Modalität
  • Höfliche oder freche Partikeln?
  • Die Sicht des Übersetzers
  • Die Übersetzbarkeit des Phänomens
  • Die antiken Bibelübersetzungen
  • Septuaginta
  • Pšītṭā
  • Vulgata
  • Die Partikel ... in der Geschichte der hebraistischen Forschung
  • Polyfunktionale Deutung
  • Monofunktionale Deutung
  • Eine Logische Partikel : T. O. Lambdin (1973), S. Fassberg (1994)
  • Ein Höflichkeitsmarker : T. Wilt (1996), A. Shulman (1999), E. Jenni (2001-2005)
  • Eine propositive Partikel : B. Christiansen (2009)
  • Das Problem der Etymologie und die komparative Perspektive
  • Die Partikel ... und der sog. Adhortativ
  • Monofunktional vs. Polyfunktional?
  • Vorbemerkungen
  • Zum Verständnis der Emphase
  • Der Multi-Level-Zugang zu den Partikeln
  • Partikel ..., Diskursebenen und Nebeneffekte
  • Die Partikel ... in den narrativen Texten
  • Genesis
  • Problemstellen
  • Exkurs 1 : das Verhältnis zwischen ... und ... und dessen Verständnis in der LXX und in der Vulgata
  • LXX
  • Pšītṭā
  • Vulgata
  • Exodus und Numeri
  • Problemstellen : Ex 10,11LXX.VG
  • ... : Stellen
  • LXX
  • Pšītṭā : die Funktion von ...
  • Vulgata : der Fall von ergo und Verwandtem
  • Richter
  • Problemstellen
  • LXX : ... - eine neue Tendenz
  • Pšītṭā
  • Vulgata
  • Samuelbücher
  • Problemstellen
  • LXX und Pšītṭā
  • Vulgata
  • Königsbücher
  • Problemstellen
  • LXX
  • Pšītṭā : ein sog. dativus commodi für ...?
  • Vulgata
  • Das Chronistische Geschichtswerk
  • LXX
  • Pšītṭā
  • Vulgata
  • Exkurs 2 : Überschüsse der lateinischen Bittausdrücke in den narrativen Texten
  • Bemerkungen zur Funktionsdeutung der Partikel in den narrativen Texten
  • Die nicht-prophetischen poetischen Texte
  • Das Buch der Psalmen
  • LXX und ihre Tochterübersetzungen
  • Pšītṭā
  • Vulgata und Psalterium iuxta Hebraeos
  • Das Buch Ijob
  • Problemstellen
  • LXX
  • Pšītṭā
  • Exkurs 3 : ... in der Pšītṭā
  • Vulgata
  • Bemerkungen zur Deutung der Partikel in Ps und Ijob
  • Die prophetischen Texte
  • Jesaja
  • Problemstellen
  • LXX und Pšītṭā
  • Vulgata
  • Bemerkungen zur Deutung der Partikel im Jesajabuch
  • Jeremia
  • Problemstellen
  • LXX
  • Pšītṭā
  • Vulgata
  • Bemerkungen zur Deutung der Partikel im Jeremiabuch
  • Die übrigen prophetischen Schriften
  • Problemstellen
  • LXX : ein Unterschied in der Vorlage?
  • Pšītṭā : Micha als Sonderfall
  • Vulgata
  • Bemerkungen zur Deutung der Partikel in Ez und Dodekapropheton
  • Konklusionen
  • Glossar ausgewählter Begriffe
  • Literaturverzeichnis
  • Autorenregister
  • Stellenregister.
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2 volumes ; 25 cm
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210 p. ; 23 cm
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Book
77 pages
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37. Bustan Khayat [2017]

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113 pages
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483 pages ; 24 cm.
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340 pages ; 25 cm
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204 pages ; 23 cm
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518 pages ; 25 cm
  • ḥeleḳ 1. Zikhronot ḥayim
  • ḥeleḳ 2. Reshimot ḥayim.
  • חלק א. זכרונות חיים
  • חלק ב. רשימות חיים.
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283 pages ; 21 cm
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534 p. ; 25 cm
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Video
1 streaming video file (86 min.) : digital, sound, color
DISTURBING THE PEACE follows former enemy combatants--Israeli soldiers from elite units and Palestinian fighters, many of whom served years in prison--who have joined together to challenge the status quo and say 'enough.' The film reveals their transformational journeys from soldiers committed to armed battle to nonviolent peace activists, leading to the creation of Combatants for Peace.

45. ʻEmeḳ ha-shedim [2017]

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191 pages ; 21 cm
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46. Epizodot = Episodes [2017]

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179 pages ; 20 cm
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490, 26 leaves ; 28 cm
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287, 63 pages : chiefly color illustrations ; 29 cm
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343 pages : illustrations, portraits, facsimiles ; 21 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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