2 edition of Solomon ben Judah and some of his contempories found in the catalog.
Solomon ben Judah and some of his contempories
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40 In some commentaries, the text indicates that Rashi died before completing the tractate, and that it was completed by a student. This is true of Makkot (the end of which was composed by his son-in-law, Rabbi Judah ben Nathan), and of Bava Batra (finished, in a more detailed style, by his grandson the Rashbam). There is a legend that the commentary on Nedarim, which is clearly not his, was actually Children: 3 daughters. Judah Halevi (also Yehuda Halevi; Hebrew: יהודה הלוי; Arabic:يهوذا هاليفي; c. – ) was a Spanish Jewish physician, poet and was born in Spain, either in Toledo or Tudela,  in  or , and died shortly after arriving in Palestine in Halevi is considered one of the greatest Hebrew poets, celebrated both for his religious and secular.
Solomon ben Judah ibn Gabirol (ca. ca. ) was an outstanding Spanish Hebrew poet and philosopher of the Middle Ages. Solomon ibn Gabirol was born in Málaga and was orphaned at an early age. He spent his formative years in Saragossa, where he found a generous patron in Yekutiel ibn Hassan. The latter died when Ibn Gabirol and the. LERMA, JUDAH BEN SAMUELLERMA, JUDAH BEN SAMUEL (middle of the 16th century), scholar of Spanish origin living in Italy. The years of Lerma's birth and death are unknown, and all the information on him relates to the years – The place and scope of his activity are also not clear, but apparently he never held an official rabbinical post.
The Kings of Judah were the monarchs who ruled over the ancient Kingdom of ing to the biblical account, this kingdom was founded after the death of Saul, when the tribe of Judah elevated David to rule over it. After seven years, David became king of a reunited Kingdom of r, in about BCE the united kingdom split, with ten of the twelve Tribes of Israel rejecting. Solomon ben Judah may refer to. Solomon ben Judah of Lunel (born ), Provençal philosopher; Solomon ibn Gabirol (circa – circa ), Andalucian Hebrew poet and Jewish philosopher; Solomon ben Judah ha-Bavli (10th century), German Jewish liturgist; Shlomo Kluger or Solomon ben Judah Aaron Kluger ( – ), chief dayyan and preacher of Brody, Galicia.
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SOLOMON BEN JUDAH AND SOME OF HIS CONTEMPORARIES BY A. MARMORSTEIN, Jews' College, London. WHEN Neubauer published for the first time the Chronicle of an anonymous writer of the yearno one could have suggested what an important place the Solomon ben yudah mentioned Solomon ben Judah and some of his contempories book, who is styled by the Anonymous as 'the head of the Academy in Jerusalem '.
Some of his most famous in liturgical use include the following: Azharot; Keter Malchuth (lit. Royal Crown), for recitation on Yom Kippur; various dirges mourning the destruction of the Temple in Jerusalem and the plight of Israel; Gabirol's most famous poem is Keter Malchut (lit.
Royal Crown), which, in lines, describes the cosmos as testifying to its own creation by God, based upon the then current Era: Medieval philosophy. IBN GABIROL, SOLOMON BEN JUDAH (c. – or ). Solomon ben Judah ibn Gabirol was first mentioned by S ā ʿ d the Qadi of Toledo (c. – ), who claimed that ibn Gabirol lived in Saragossa, was a keen student of philosophy, especially logic, and died sometime around CE, after he had passed the age of thirty.
The Andalusian Jewish poet Moses ibn Ezra (c. – The book also contains his notes and glosses to Sefer ha-Ḥinnukh, attributed to Aaron ha-Levi of Barcelona. Excerpts from the Parashat Derakhim were published also in the Mikhlal Yofi (Frankfurt on the Oder, ) of Isaac b.
Ben Zion of Apta. Some of his responsa are to be found in the works of his contemporaries. Yehuda Alharizi, also Judah ben Solomon Harizi or al-Harizi, was a rabbi, translator, poet and traveller active in Spain in the Middle Ages.
He was supported by wealthy patrons, to whom he wrote poems and dedicated compositions. Shlomo ben Avraham ibn Aderet (Hebrew: שלמה בן אברהם אבן אדרת or Solomon son of Abraham son of Aderet) ( – ) was a medieval rabbi, halakhist, and is widely known as the Rashba (Hebrew: רשב״א), the Hebrew acronym of his title and name: Rabbi Shlomo ben Avraham.
The Rashba was born in Barcelona, Crown of Aragon, in Born:Barcelona, Catalonia, Aragon. Eleazar ben Judah Of Worms, original name Eleazar Ben Judah Ben Kalonymos, also called Eleazar Rokeaḥ, (born c.Mainz, Franconia [Germany]—diedWorms), Jewish rabbi, mystic, Talmudist, and with the Sefer Ḥasidim (; “Book of the Pious”), of which he was a coauthor, his voluminous works are the major extant documents of medieval German Ḥasidism (an.
Down in Egypt Jeroboʹam hears that Solomon is dead, so he comes back to Israel. Rehoboʹam is not a good king. He is even meaner to the people than his father Solomon had been. Jeroboʹam and some other important men go to King Rehoboʹam and ask him to. Ben Judah’s epic account of contemporary London is similarly motivated by a desire to show our capital in its true (new) colours: as a megacity of global migrants, some of them rich, most of Author: Blake Morrison.
SOLOMON BEN JUDAHSOLOMON BEN JUDAH (d. ), Palestinian gaon and academy head in Jerusalem and in Ramleh from to It appears that R. Solomon was the son of a family of scholars from Fez.
He married into the family of Solomon b. Joseph ha-Kohen, who preceded him in the gaonate. He was the father of three sons and a daughter, including Abraham who held the position of. Solomon’s Daily Provisions. 20 The people of Judah and Israel were as numerous as the sand on the seashore; they ate, they drank and they were happy.
21 And Solomon ruled over all the kingdoms from the Euphrates River to the land of the Philistines, as far as the border of Egypt. These countries brought tribute and were Solomon’s subjects all his life.
Solomon ben Judah a.k.a. Solomon ibn Gabirol Shelomo ben Yehuda ibn Gabirol Avicebron — ‘At the head of all understanding – is realizing what is and what. ROSANES, JUDAH BEN SAMUELROSANES, JUDAH BEN SAMUEL (–), Turkish rabbi, posek and preacher.
Rosanes was born in Constantinople. He studied under R. Solomon ha-Levi the Elder and R. Joseph b. Isaiah Trani (grandson of Joseph b. Moses *Trani). In his youth, he worked in the business of Abraham Rosanes, his uncle and father-in-law, who had business connections with the. One of the last great personalities of the "Golden Age" of Jewish culture in Spain was the poet, traveler, scholar and translator Rabbi Judah ben Solomon Al-Harizi.
He was a man who rarely spent much time in one place. That is why very little is known of his personal background. There is also some doubt as to his Author: Nissan Mindel. Judah Halevi (also Yehuda Halevi or ha-Levi; Hebrew: יהודה הלוי and Judah ben Shmuel Halevi יהודה בן שמואל הלוי; Arabic: يهوذا اللاوي ; c.
– ) was a Spanish Jewish physician, poet and was born in Spain, either in Toledo or Tudela, in orand died shortly after arriving in the Holy Land inat that point the Born: c. Toledo or Tudela, Al-Andalus. Journal of the American Institute of Architects, Volume XVI, Number 12 (December ) by Lubschez, Ben Judah (editor) and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at.
Ben Judah was born in London. He studied at Oxford University and has travelled widely in Russia and Central Asia. His writing has featured in numerous publications, including the New York Times, the Evening Standard and Standpoint.
Judah Solomon Ben Harizi. 23 Feb Paperback. US$ Add to basket. Die Ersten Makamen Aus Dem Tachkemoni Oder Divan. Judah Ben Solomon Harizi. 02 Nov Shlomo Yehudah Rapoport (Shir),and his contemporaries: some aspects of Jewish scholarship of the nineteenth century by Isaac Barzilay (Book); Toldot Shir: Shelomoh Yehudah Rapoporṭ: tsiyur ḳulṭuri me-ḥayav, zemano, u-feʻulato ha-madaʻit by Simon Bernfeld (Book).
XXV. THIRD GREAT DIVISION OF THE BOOK; ANOTHER COLLECTION OF SOLOMONIC PROVERBS, CHIEFLY PARABOLIC IN CHARACTER (Proverbs ). (1) These are also proverbs of Solomon, which the men of Hezekiah copied out To this time they had existed, it may be, partly by oral tradition, partly in writing, but now Hezekiah, in his anxiety to preserve these sacred memorials of the.
It appears that Solomon ha-Babli was the first to add to his signature words, and sometimes sentences, of an invocative nature, such as "Ḥazaḳ," or "Yigdal be-Torah." According to Conforte ("Ḳore ha-Dorot," p.
18b), Solomon was the author of a prayer-book; but Conforte seems to have confused him with Rashi.Ibn Gabirol, in full Solomon ben Yehuda Ibn Gabirol, Arabic Abū Ayyūb Sulaymān ibn Yaḥyā ibn Gabirūt, Latin Avicebron or Avencebrol, (born c.Málaga, caliphate of Córdoba—died c.
/70, Valencia, kingdom of Valencia), one of the outstanding figures of the Hebrew school of religious and secular poetry during the Jewish Golden.Judah was born in the small town of Speyer in the modern day Rhineland-Palatinate state in Germany in but later settled in Regensburg in the modern day state of Bavaria in He wrote much of Sefer Hasidim (Book of the Pious), as well as a work about Gematria and Sefer Hakavod (Book of Glory), the latter has been lost and is only known by quotations that other authors have made from : Yehuda ben HaRav Shmuel.