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Ibn Ezra’s Commentary on the Pentateuch: Bereshit [Ибн-Эзры: Берешит]

Ibn Ezra’s Commentary on the Pentateuch: Bereshit [Ибн-Эзры: Берешит]

$39.95

Ibn Ezra’s commentary constitutes a major contribution to Biblical exegesis. One cannot be considered a true student of the Bible without having studied it. Ibn Ezra’s works influenced all major Bible commentators.

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Ibn Ezra’s Commentary on the Pentateuch: Bereshit [Ибн-Эзры: Берешит]

$39.95

Ibn Ezra’s commentary constitutes a major contribution to Biblical exegesis. One cannot be considered a true student of the Bible without having studied it. Ibn Ezra’s works influenced all major Bible commentators.

In stock

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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 constitutes a major contribution to Biblical exegesis. One cannot be considered a true student of the Bible without having studied it. Ibn Ezra’s works influenced all major Bible commentators.

This commentary on Bereishit is now available in Russian.

ISBN: 9785995302964
Published: 2014
Language: Russian
Format: 6.5×9.5 Hardcover, 480 pp. 

About the author: 

Rabbi Abraham Ben Meir Ibn Ezra (1089–1164) was born at Tudela, Navarre (now in Spain) in 1089, and died c. 1167, apparently in Calahorra. He was one of the most distinguished Jewish men of letters and writers of the Middle Ages. Ibn Ezra excelled in philosophy, astronomy/astrology, mathematics, poetry, linguistics, and exegesis; he was called The WiseThe Great and The Admirable Doctor.

He was born at Tudela, when the town was under the Muslim rule of the emirs of Zaragoza. Later he lived in Córdoba. In Granada, it is said, he met his future friend (and perhaps his father-in-law) Yehuda Halevi. He left Spain before 1140 to escape persecution of the Jews by the new fanatical regime of the Almohads. He led a life of restless wandering, which took him to North Africa, Egypt (in 1109, maybe in the company of Yehuda Halevi), the Land of Israel, Italy (Rome in 1140–1143, Lucca, Mantua, Verona), Southern France (Narbonne, Béziers), Northern France (Rouen), England (London, and Oxford in 1158), and back again to Narbonne in 1161, until his death in 1167. The crater Abenezra on the Moon was named in his honor.

Тора с комментариями р. Ибн-Эзры. Берешит
Тора (Пятикнижие Моисеево) с комментариями рабби Авраѓама Ибн-Эзры (1089–1164) с пояснениями и примечаниями.

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