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The seventeenth century Hebrew book

Marvin J. Heller

The seventeenth century Hebrew book

an abridged thesaurus

by Marvin J. Heller

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Published by Brill in Leiden, Boston .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Statementby Marvin J. Heller
SeriesBrill"s series in Jewish studies -- v.41
Classifications
LC ClassificationsZ228.H4 H449 2010
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24552989M
ISBN 109789004186385, 9789004157583, 9789004186392, 9789004186408
LC Control Number2010020312

Authorship with Regard to the Hebrew Book Reading Toggle Dropdown. Reading the Hebrew Book “The ‘Garamond Types’ Sixteenth & Seventeenth century sources considered,” The Fleuron: A Journal of Typography 5 () Rare Book & Manuscript Library - Rare Book Collection. Feb 01,  · “Hebraism” Reconsidered. Jerusalem and Albion: The Hebraic Factor in Seventeenth Century Literature. by Harold Fisch. Schocken. pp. $ “Hebraism,—and here is the source of its wonderful strength—has always been severely preoccupied with an awful sense of the impossibility of being at ease in Zion; of the difficulties which oppose themselves to man's pursuit or attainment of.

[HILL] Bible in Seventeenth-Century English Politics 89 and by the seventeenth century assumed to have sufficient educa- tion to be able to cope with this task. One of the popular aspects of what we call Puritanism was its emphasis on household religion, in which the father of the family. An interesting chapter in the history of the early printed Hebrew book is the study of the role played by Christian hebraists. Beginning sometime in the third quarter of the fifteenth-century, the study of the Hebrew language and especially biblical studies including rabbinic commentators increasingly became the focus of Christian scholars.

(source: Nielsen Book Data) Summary Drawing on a detailed and sustained account of Christian reception of the Hebrew divine name until the Seventeenth Century this book illustrates its vitality in several periods as a stimulus to both orthodox and heterodox theologies and imaginative structures. (source: Nielsen Book Data). Christian Identity, Jews, and Israel in 17th-Century England is a cultural history of seventeenth-century England. It assesses the complexity and fluidity of Christian identity from the reign of Elizabeth I and the early Stuart kings through the English Revolution, and into the Restoration, when the English Church and monarchy were restored.


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It records and describes the authorsPrice: $ "The Sixteenth Century Hebrew Book" covers the gamut of Hebrew literature in that century. Each entry has a descriptive text page and an accompaning reproduction. There is an extensive introduction with an overview of Hebrew printing in the sixteenth century.

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Heller. Jan 01,  · The Seventeenth Century Hebrew Book is an encyclopedic, bibliographic work describing books printed with Hebrew letters in that century.

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Heller. The Seventeenth Century Hebrew Book covers the gamut of Hebrew literature in that century. Each entry has a descriptive text page and an accompaning reproduction. The Seventeenth Century Hebrew Book is an encyclopedic, bibliographic work describing books printed with Hebrew letters in that century.

It records and describes the authors, publishers, and printers of Hebrew books, as well as the books themselves.

Similar to the author’s other work, Author: Marvin J. Heller. The Book of the People of the Book: "The Book of the People of the Book": Table of Contents It is not easy to choose among the many notable seventeenth- century editions of the Hebrew Bible, but certainly the edition of Amsterdam's famed printer, Joseph Athias, is "first among equals.".

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Version of the Bible was based on William Tyndale's English translation in the 's from [what he knew of] ancient Hebrew and Greek (not all the copies were burned!). Much of Tyndale's beautiful language is retained. Aug 31,  · In the seventeenth century, the Dutch Republic witnessed its Golden Age.

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'Dmitri Levitin’s [book] has prodigious virtuosity. It argues that historians of ideas are often too remote from institutional history, and provides a vivid, enriching celebration of the continuing vitality in seventeenth-century England of a trans-European culture of scholarly humanism that radiated beyond scholarly communities.

The twin pillars of Judaism are the Hebrew Bible and the Talmud. The Hebrew Scriptures -- the book of the "People of the Book" -- are divided into three main sections: the Torah (Pentateuch); the Nevi'im (Prophets), and the Ketuvim (Hagiographa).The Talmud is a massive collection of discussions and rulings based on the Mishnah, a compilation of laws and customs assembled in about C.E.

Sep 01,  · The Autobiography of a Seventeenth-Century Venetian Rabbi book. Read 7 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Leon (Judah Aryeh) Modena /5. Volume IV of the magisterial History of the University of Oxford covers the seventeenth century, a period when both institutionally and intellectually the University was expanding.

Oxford and its University, moreover, had a major role to play in the tumultuous religious and political eventsof the century: the Civil War, the Commonwealth, the Restoration. The NOOK Book (eBook) of the The Hebrew Book in Early Modern Italy by Joseph R. Hacker at Barnes & Noble.

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Aug 10,  · Seventeenth-century Amsterdam and Canadian Zionism: bound by a book. Menasseh ben Israel’s edition of Esrim ve-Arba’ah (Amsterdam, ), Weiss Western Sephardi Collection, shelfmark: PB This small, octavo Hebrew Bible was printed by Menasseh ben Israel, the famous Amsterdam scholar and printer, “the founder of Anglo-Jewry.

A Seventeenth Century Hebrew Translation of Saint Thomas. Authors; not this translation had been made to further “the conversion of the Jews” so celebrated in Puritan circles of the seventeenth century. 2 It was judged that this conversion would be a sign of the end of the world according to some interpretations of the Book of Author: D.

Fitzgerald. Amsterdam in the Seventeenth Century. Manasseh ben Israel.–Baruch Spinoza.–The Drama in Hebrew.–Moses Zacut, Joseph Felix Penso, Moses Chayim Luzzatto.

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by Leone Modena The text of this work is well known to Jewish scholars but has never before been translated from the original Hebrew, except in brief excerpts.

This complete translation, based on Modena's autograph manuscript, makes available in English a wealth of Cited by:. in Seventeenth-Century Italy: Prayer Books Printed for the Shomrim la-Boker Confraternities Michela Andreatta Starting in the second half of the sixteenth century and with a dramatic increase during the seventeenth, Jewish devotional confraternities came to play a major role in the religious, social, and cultural life of Italian innovationoptimiser.com by: The structure of the book hints at why it is so strongly associated with women.

In the Tsene-rene, the first words of each weekly reading appear in Hebrew and are often immediately followed by a quotation from the book of Proverbs in Yiddish translation.Concerning the book itself, we would refer the reader to Professor Franz Delizeh's book, "Rohling's Talmudjude," sixth edition,and many other criticisms of Eisenmenger's.

p. work by Gentile Hebrew scholars, such as Professor Strack of Berlin and others.