3 edition of Rabbi Saadiah Gaon"s commentary on the book of creation found in the catalog.
Rabbi Saadiah Gaon"s commentary on the book of creation
SaК»adia ben Joseph
|Other titles||Commentary on the book of creation|
|Statement||[edited and translated by] Michael Linetsky.|
|Contributions||Linetsky, Michael, 1973-|
|LC Classifications||BS1235 .S2913 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 374 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||374|
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This volume is the first comprehensive translation into English of Rabbi Saadiah's commentary on a significant portion of the Book of Genesis. Saadiah Gaon () received his early education in Egypt and published his Sefer Ha'egron on Hebrew grammar and style at the age of /5(1).
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This volume is the first comprehensive translation into English of Rabbi Saadiah's commentary on a significant portion of the Book of Genesis. Saadiah Gaon () received his early education in Egypt and published his Sefer Ha'egron on Hebrew grammar and style at the age of At the age of 46, Rabbi Saadiah was appointed to the high Author: Michael Linetsky.
This volume is the first comprehensive translation into English of Rabbi Saadiah's commentary on a significant portion of the Book of Genesis. Saadiah Gaon () received his early education in Egypt and published his Sefer Ha'egron on Hebrew grammar and style at the age of At the age of 46, Rabbi Saadiah was appointed to the high office of Gaon of the Great Torah.
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