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Download Egle zeʻah u-demaʻ (Keter ḳetsarim) (Hebrew Edition) ePub
  • ISBN 9650709207
  • ISBN13 978-9650709204
  • Language Hebrew
  • Author Klil Zisapel
  • Publisher Keter (2000)
  • Formats lit azw txt lrf
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  • Size ePub 1475 kb
  • Size Fb2 1190 kb
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ISBN 13: 9789650709037. ISBN 10: 9650709037 ISBN 13: 9789650709037. Publisher: Keter, 2000.

by. Amnon Jackont (Author). Series: Keter ḳetsarim. Unknown Binding: 53 pages. Publisher: Keter (2000). ISBN-13: 978-9650709150.

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Download books for free. Скачать (PDF) . Читать. Hebrew Bible Old Testament: The History of Its Interpretation, vol. 1, From the Beginnings to the Middle Ages (until 1300), pt.

The book was published in Zalkevo, 1794, more than thirty years after Rabbi Israel's passing.

Featuring the complete Hebrew and Greek texts with a direct English rendering below each word, it also .

Featuring the complete Hebrew and Greek texts with a direct English rendering below each word, it also it also includes The Literal Translation of the Bible in the outside column. A: The English text is not any particular translation but is taken from the same original texts the KJV was derived from with the English wording, as much as possible, a literal translation of those texts.

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A clear and concise work on the origins of the Hebrew words and their sense development. An indispensable source of biblical, Jewish, modern Hebrew and Near Eastern studies. Each of the c. 32,000 entries is first given in its Hebrew form, then translated into English and analysed etymologically, using Latin transcription for all non-Latin scripts.