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תמצית הדמוקרטיזציה של המסורת המדינית היהודית – משנתו המדינית של הרב חיים הירשנזון ומקורותיה התורניים The Democratization of the Jewish Political Tradition – Rabbi Chaim Hirschensohn’s Political Thought and its Jewish Sources מאת ד"ר שעיה רוטברג מבוא הרב חיים הירשנזון (הרח"ה, 1857-1935) פיתח סינתיזה תורנית-דמוקרטית מעמיקה...
Topics: Judaism, Democracy, Chaim Hirschensohn, Halacha, Jewish Law, Israel, Religious Humanism,...
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The Leningrad Codex is the oldest extant Hebrew Masoretic manuscript of the entire Old Testament. The manuscript claims to have been written by Samuel ben Jacob in Cairo in 1008 and based on manuscripts by Aaron ben Moses ben Asher. It has been used as the basis for many printed editions of the Hebrew Bible.
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Harry Potter And The Half Blood Prince
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by Shlomo ben Buya'a
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The Aleppo Codex was the oldest extant Hebrew Masoretic manuscript of the Old Testament until many pages were lost during a riot in 1947. It is believed by many to be the most authoritative copy of the Hebrew Bible in the masorah tradition. The text was verified and vocalized by Aaron ben Asher, the last and most prominent member of the Masoretic grammarians from Tiberias. This edition contains some old photos of currently missing pages and a recovered fragment.
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The Second Rabbinic Bible is the Hebrew Masoretic text which is believed to have been used as the source text by the King James Bible translators for the Old Testament. The margins contains copious notes about the text in Hebrew. Yaakov ben Hayyim (also known as Jacob ben Hayyim ibn Adonijah or Ben Chayyim), a Masoretic scholar who became a Christian, helped compile the text and notes. The four volumes were first published by Daniel Bomberg in Venice. The first volume contains the five books of...
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כרטיס טיסה
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Marchand-Ennery Dictionnaire hébreu - français 1827
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Translation into Hebrew by Paul Levertoff. Bibliographical citation: Augustine of Hippo, Viduyei Augustinus haKadosh [The Confessions of St. Augustine]. (London: Luzac, 1908). My thanks to Shalom Goldman for providing me with a photocopy and to FFOZ for scanning it.
Topic: Levertoff Augustine Confessions Hebrew
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The Second Rabbinic Bible is the Hebrew Masoretic text which is believed to have been used as the source text by the King James Bible translators for the Old Testament. The margins contains copious notes about the text in Hebrew. Yaakov ben Hayyim (also known as Jacob ben Hayyim ibn Adonijah or Ben Chayyim), a Masoretic scholar who became a Christian, helped compile the text and notes. The four volumes were first published by Daniel Bomberg in Venice. The fourth volume contains the books of...
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The Second Rabbinic Bible is the Hebrew Masoretic text which is believed to have been used as the source text by the King James Bible translators for the Old Testament. The margins contains copious notes about the text in Hebrew. Yaakov ben Hayyim (also known as Jacob ben Hayyim ibn Adonijah or Ben Chayyim), a Masoretic scholar who became a Christian, helped compile the text and notes. The four volumes were first published by Daniel Bomberg in Venice. The second volume contains the books of...
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The Second Rabbinic Bible is the Hebrew Masoretic text which is believed to have been used as the source text by the King James Bible translators for the Old Testament. The margins contains copious notes about the text in Hebrew. Yaakov ben Hayyim (also known as Jacob ben Hayyim ibn Adonijah or Ben Chayyim), a Masoretic scholar who became a Christian, helped compile the text and notes. The four volumes were first published by Daniel Bomberg in Venice. The second volume contains all of the major...
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haIggeret el Romim. London (1899). Originally published in 1853. This is a reprint from 1899. Scanned by the group, Keren Ahvah Meshihit (Jerusalem, Israel). This commentary is entirely in Hebrew along with the Hebrew translation of the Greek text of Romans. The commentary takes into account the Talmud and Midrash in explaining the book of Romans. It is entirely in the regular Hebrew script (not Rashi script).
Topics: Romans, Commentary, Hebrew, Biesenthal, 1899
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by Eliezer Ben-Yehuda, Naftali Herz Tur-Sinai
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Eliezer Ben-Yehuda (1858-1922) was a pioneer in the revival of spoken Hebrew who made his ideology approachable to the common man through the popular media of his time, newspapers. At the same time he helped found the Language Committee and composed the largest and most comprehensive Hebrew dictionary of his era, which aimed to record the Hebrew vocabulary from all periods ( The Complete Dictionary of Ancient and Modern Hebrew , 1908-1959).
Topics: hebrew, ben-yehuda, dictionary, thesaurus
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Biblia Hebraica Stuttgartensia. Editio funditus renovata ediderunt K. Elliger et W. Rudolph. Editio quarta emendata opera H. P. Rüger [Stuttgart, 1990] [et multi alii collaborabant]
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Alphonse Chabot Grammaire hébraïque élémentaire 1895
Topic: grammaire, hébreu, Bible, biblical, hebrew, grammar
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The history of the Jews of Aschaffenburg, Bavaria, and the surrounding towns served by the rabbinate of Aschaffenburg, written by Rabbi Salomon Bamberger. Published by Josef Singer, Strassburg,1900. The full title is: Historiche Berichte über die Juden der Stadt und des ehemalige Fürstentums Aschaffenburg. Scanned by Werner S. Hirsch, March 2009.
Topics: Aschaffenburg, Jews, Unterfranken, genealogy
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The Islamic Influences on The Jewish Worship by Naphtali Wieder www.truthway.tv www.xianity.com
Topics: Islamic, Influence, Prophet, Muhammad, Mohamed, Mosque, Masjid, Quran, Koran, Sunna, Hadith, Sira,...
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by Abulafia
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Commentary on NT book of Acts by Joachim Biesenthal from 1867. Scanned by the group, Keren Ahvah Meshihit (Jerusalem, Israel). This commentary is entirely in Hebrew along with the translation of the Greek text of Acts into Hebrew. The commentary takes into account the Talmud and Midrash in explaining the book of Acts. The commentary text is printed entirely in Rashi script.
Topics: Acts, Commentary, Hebrew, Biesenthal, 1867
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by Immanuel Frommann & Raphael Biesenthal
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Immanuel Frommann & Raphael Biesenthal. haBesorah al pi Lukas. Loew: Berlin (1869) Scanned by the group, Keren Ahvah Meshihit (Jerusalem, Israel). This commentary is entirely in Hebrew along with the Hebrew translation of the Greek text of the Gospel of Luke. This is a revision by Biesenthal of Frommann's Hebrew commentary on Luke from 1735 (entitled "Evangelium Lucae"), which is available elsewhere (e.g., Google Books). Frommann's commentary ends with Luke 22:14; Biesenthal’s...
Topics: Luke, Commentary, Hebrew, Frommann, Biesenthal, 1869