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Tarbiz: A Quarterly Review of Humanities. Vol. 21-23, 1949-1952/ Tarbits: Le-Made'i Ha-Ru'ah. Shanah Kaf-Alef, 710-712.

Epstein, J.N., edited by.

Published by Hebrew University Press Association 1949-52, Jerusalem, 1949
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Octavo, black cloth with gold lettering the spine panel, 208, 216, 244 pp. In Hebrew with precises of the articles in English. Hebrew language articles are "The Onomastikon of Eusebius (contin.)," translated by E.Z. Melamed, "The Problem of eating Meat in Genesis," N. Rabban, "Ba-shem," G. Allon, "The Hyssops: The Roman Hyssop, the Wild One, the Blue on and Azbiyon," Efraim Hareubeni and Hanna HaReubeni, "On Parallel Poems," Aharon Mirski, "Nouns, which are repeated in Biblical Sentences," Meir Rotenberg, "The Word >> in Midrashim," Isaac Wartski, "Who is R. Moshe ben Habib, the Author od Ets Ha-Da'at,'" Meir Benayahu, "The River Karmiyon," M. Avi-Yonah, "The Onomastikon of Eusebius (Concl.)," (with notes) translated by E.Z. Melamed, "The Chronology of the Kings of Israel and Judah," Jochanan Aharoni, "What is Kohelet?" Gershon Barag, "Gaon, Ga'im (To the Social History of Palestine in the Days of the Mishna)," G. Allon, "On the Jewish and Graeco-Roman Schools in the days of the Mishna and the Talmud," M. Schwabe, "The Historical Background of the Murder of Amon, King of Judah," A. Malamat, "The Descent of the messianic King in the Testmanet od the Twelve Patriarchs," M.H. Segal, "Tannaitic Controversies concerning the Interpretation and Text of Older Mishnayoth," E.Z. Melamed, "Remains of Commentaries and Supplements of Alfasi's Halachoth," B.Z. benedict, "A Document from the African Port Aidab in the Age of the Head of the Academy Joshua b. Dosa," S.D. Goitein, "Studies in Galilean Aramaic," J Kutcher, "A Bann in Ma'arav," Abraham Yaari., "How Saul Was made King," M. Buber, "The Laws of the Priests and of the Sacrifices in Ezekiel," Eliezer Margalioth, "New Poems of R. Hadutha," M. Zulay, "The Passover Seder Service of R. Elijah of London," Jacob David William, "Stusdies in Galilean Aramaic," J. Kutcher, On the Assyrian Name of Damascus," A. Malamat, "How Saul Was Made King (concl.)," M. Buber, "On the History of the Torah-Centre in Provence," B.Z. Benedict, "Ki Bush - connoting Improvement, Addition and Increase," Isidore Wartski, "On the Problem of Jewish Schools in Palestine," E.Z. Melamed, "'Uiiia' in Modern Arabic Dialects and its Hebrew Parallels," The Discovery of the Torah in the Days of Josiah," Zvi Karl, "On the History of the Sect Yahad," M.H. Segal, "On the Original Form of Some Halachoth," Benjamin De Vries, "Studies in the Vocabulary of Roman party Politics," Ch. Wirszubski, "Everyday Q'roboth from Kaufmann Collection," Alexander Schreiber,"The Essay on the Hebrew Vowel System from Saadia Gaon's "Kutub al-Lughat,'" Solomon L. Skoss, "Studies in Galilean Aramaic (contin.)," J. Kutcher, "Interpretation of Legal Formular in the Talmud," Jacob Johanan Rabinowitz, "Hebrew Burial Inscriptions from Persia and Aden," Isaac Ben-Zvi, "Lifne Ha-," N. Rabban, "The Right of Inheritance of a Daughter and Widow in Bible and Talmud," Z. Valk, "Collectanea and Addenda to th Poetry of Jehudah Ha-Levi," I. Ratsabi, "Interpretation of the Poem Yedid Ezrah," A.E. Aqabia, "The Numerals in Jewish Arabic," J. Blau, "Studies in Galilean Aramaic (conclusion)," E.J. Kutscher, "Si'ah, Kornit and Thymus Capitatus," Efraim Hareubeni, "Notes on Tractate Baba-Qama," Zvi Karl, "Autograph Manuscripts of the Commentary on the Mishnah by Maimonides," S.M. Stern, "A Commentary on the Haggadah from the 14th century," K. Wilhelm, "The Conception of 'Thaeb' in the Smaritan Religion," M. Haran, "12 Selichoth attributed to R. Saadya Gaon," M. Zulay, "On the Arrngement of Haftaroht in two mss. (in the British Museum Library)," E. Z. Melamed, "An Unknown Sabbath-Song by Jehuda b. Samuel Ibn-Abas (of Kaufmann's Archive)," Alexander Schreiber, "An Old D'hiq, not approved by the Punctuators,"M. F. Gumpertz, "Mas Oved (Corvee)," A. Biram, :Some Ideas on the Place of Ugarite among the Semitic Languages," N.H. Tur-Sinai, "Who were Muhammad's main Teachers?" S.D. Goitein, "Furqan in the Qur'an," J.J. Rivlin, "Maimonides Translating his Own Writings as compard with his Translators," D.H. Baneth, "Studies in Ibn Gabirol's Mivhar Ha-Peninim," N. Bar-On, "Some Rel;igious Poems by R. Shelomo ha-Babli," D. Goldschmidt, "On the Sources of Harizi's Takhamuni," H. Schirman, "Translations and Trnslators in the Middle Ages," M. Gottstein, "The Christian Origins of the Mamluks," L.A. Mayer, "The Mamluk Army after the Ottoman Conquest," D. Ayalon, "Moraccan Barmitzvi-Sermons in the Hebrew University Library," I. Joel, "The Problem of the language of Moden Arabic Fiction," I. Shamosh, "The Geminated Vowles," S. Morag, .">>> = Honey," L. Kopf, ">>> - Bar-Shura," U. Ben-Horin. Bookseller Inventory # 68311

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Title: Tarbiz: A Quarterly Review of Humanities. ...

Publisher: Hebrew University Press Association 1949-52, Jerusalem

Publication Date: 1949

Binding: Hardbound

Book Condition: Good

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