2 edition of Joseph ben Abraham Hakohen found in the catalog.
Joseph ben Abraham Hakohen
by The Dropsie College for Hebrew and Cognate Learning in Philadelphia
Written in English
|Statement||by A. Marmorstein.|
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R. Israel Jacob ben Abraham ha-Kohen Yoffe (–) belonged to the distinguished Yoffe family of rabbis and scholars in Russia, England, and Israel. And was the son-in-law of R. Joseph ben Moses Yoffey (Joffe, or Jaffe; –) who immigrated to England in and was appointed rabbi of the Central Synagogue in Rating: % positive. Books at Amazon. The Books homepage helps you explore Earth's Biggest Bookstore without ever leaving the comfort of your couch. Here you'll find current best sellers in books, new releases in books, deals in books, Kindle eBooks, Audible audiobooks, and so much more.
As can be seen from his commentary on Ezekiel 1 and remnants of his theoretical book, he had a complete system on the hierarchy of the worlds which came to him from neoplatonic sources in different channels: olam ha-mitboded ("the transcendent world of divine unity"), olam ha-yeẓirah ("the world of formation") which is also called olam ha-madda ("the world of cognition"), olam ha-nivdal ("the world . SCHWARTZ, JOSEPH HA-KOHENSCHWARTZ, JOSEPH HA-KOHEN (–), Hungarian rabbi and author. Born in Felsővisó, Hungary (now Viseul-de-Sus in Romania), Schwartz was the son of Naphtali ha-Kohen Schwartz and a pupil of Jacob *Tennenbaum. He edited the periodical Va-Yelakket Yosef for 20 years, from to , in Bonyhad. Source for information on Schwartz, Joseph Ha-Kohen.
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Joseph ben Abraham Hakohen is an article from The Jewish Quarterly Review, Volume 4. View more articles from The Jewish Quarterly this article on. Al-Kitāb al-Muḥtawī de Yūsuf Al-Baṣīr by Joseph ben Abraham Baṣīr (Book) 10 editions published between and in 4 languages and held by WorldCat member libraries worldwide.
TO JOSEPH BEN ABRAHAM HAKOHEN (7QR., IV, pp. ) ONE of the most worthy and most important tasks deserving the best efforts of Jewish scholarship is the task of making the treasures of the Genizah accessible.
This, of course, cannot be accomplished by one man nor in one generation. It. The "Maḥkimat Peti" (xxiii.) is quoted, under its Arabic title "Al-Manṣuri," by Joseph ibn Ẓaddiḳ in reference to God's sufficiency; Ibn Ẓaddiḳ criticizes also the Motazilite theory adopted by Joseph ben Abraham (xxvii.) concerning the reward reserved in the next world for animals and children in return for the sufferings inflicted.
JOSEPH BEN ABRAHAM HAKOHEN — MARMORSTEIN The situation of the poor man is very sorrowful, for all his goods and all his property are taken from him, his house and fortune ruined: from the deepest dungeon he looks for redemption and salvation.
But who is the man. Rabbi Joseph Hakohen wrote also some medical treatises and a description of the conquest of Mexico and of Columbus' discoveries, called "Matziv Gevuloth Amim," (Who Setteth the Boundaries of Nations). He further composed an alphabetical list of Hebrew nouns, with illustrations of their use in the Holy Scriptures.
This he called "Peles Hashemoth.". Joseph ha-Kohen finished the first version of this work inat Voltaggio. Another version was finished ina third version caand the fourth and final version in It circulated in Italy in manuscript and was edited for the first time by Samuel David Luzzatto and published in.
Genealogy profile for Joseph ben abraham Hakohen Goldeket. Genealogy for Joseph ben abraham Hakohen Goldeket (deceased) family tree on Geni, with over million profiles of ancestors and living relatives. People Projects Discussions. Mormons hoped the rediscovery and retranslation would validate the Book of Abraham and Joseph’s ability to translate the Book of Mormon.
These two books were connected by the man who said he was divinely gifted as a translator. The Mormon Church hoped the Book of Abraham would vindicate Joseph Smith as a true prophet of God. Rabbi Solomon ben Abraham ibn Adret, known by the abbreviation RaSHBA, one of the greatest codifiers and Talmudists of his time, was born in Barcelona, Spain in the year (), and died at the age of 75 (in the yearor c.e.).
He was a disciple of the Ramban (Nachmanides), and of Rabbi Jonah Gerondi. The RaSHBA became famous as a great Talmudic authority, and numerous. Books Advanced Search New Releases Best Sellers & More Children's Books Textbooks Textbook Rentals Sell Us Your Books Advanced Search New Releases Best Sellers & More Children's Books Textbooks Textbook.
The book, which is a martyrology from beginning to end, closes with the 24th of Tammuz, (). The author's moderation and self-control are admirable.
He does not make use either of the chronicle of Abraham ibn Daud or of those written by any of the other Judæo-Spanish chroniclers. Commentaries on the book of Ruth are relatively uncommon in both Jewish and Christian exegesis.
Of those extant, one of the most intriguing is that of Isaac ben Joseph ha-Kohen. Isaac's only other extant works are commentaries on the books of Esther and Ecclesiastes, neither of which has ever been published. The commentary on Ruth has several remarkable features.
Abraham ben Moses acquired the manuscript when he divided an estate with his in-law in November () (fol. Isaac of Aqui bought the manuscript from Moses ben Isaac Hakohen through the agency of Jonathan ben Mordecai Mielli in () (fol.
86v). Rabbi Joseph ben Abraham ha-Kohen of Corfu, a Greek island controlled at the time by the Republic of Venice, composed two works on parts of the Romaniote liturgy.
He was the boy's first teacher. Later on, the boy studied the Talmud and the inner wisdom of the Torah under the guidance of Rabbi Joseph Nabbon, Rabbi Isaac HaKohen Rapaport, and Rabbi Chaim ben Attar.
The latter was a great Cabbalist, and he came to Jerusalem when ChIDA was still quite young. joseph ben abraham hakohen of corfu.
Moshaoth E-l [commentary to the text of the Hoshanoth, recited on the Festival of Sukoth] AUCTION 29 | Monday, June 20 th, at Aaron ben Jacob ha-Kohen was a Provençal rabbi, one of a family of scholars living at Narbonne, France (not Lunel, as David Conforte and others say), and who suffered the expulsion of the Jews in He emigrated to Majorca, and there, some time beforecomposed a ritual work of great merit bearing the title Orchot Hayyim (The Paths of Life).
The first part deals chiefly with the laws. BAṢĪR, JOSEPH BEN ABRAHAM HA-KOHEN HARO'EH AL-BAṢĪR, JOSEPH BEN ABRAHAM HA-KOHEN HARO'EH AL- (Yūsuf al-Basir ; first half of 11th century), Karaite halakhist and philosopher, who originated from Iraq or Persia.
Because he was blind he was euphemistically called al-Basīr Abū Yūsuf Yaʿqūb "ha-Ro'eh" ("the Seeing"). Many Karaite authors confused him with Abū Yūsuf Yaʿqub al. Title: Some Remarks on the Poems Ascribed to Joseph ben Abraham Hakohen ("JQR.", IV, pp. ) Created Date: Z.
Joseph ha-Kohen began this work inat Voltaggio, and concluded it, in its initial form, toward the end ofthe book circulating in Italy in manuscript. It was finally carried by the author down to The commentary was composed by Isaiah ben Joseph Hakohen and Jacob Pinto, both pupils of Abraham ben Israel Azulai (d.
) in Morocco, who are named as the authors in the commentary of Shalom Buzaglo (c. ) on the Zohar, Mikdash Melekh, which often quoted Leket Shoshanim.
One of the authors mentions that while he was writing this.Mordechai ben Hillel HaKohen (c. –), also known as The Mordechai, was a 13th-century German rabbi and chief legal commentary on the Talmud, referred to as The Mordechai, is one of the sources of the Shulchan was killed in the Rintfleisch massacres in