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The Resource Perush ʻal perush he-ḥakham Rabi Avraham Ibn ʻEzra : be-ferush Ḥamishah ḥumshe Torah, ḥibro Shemuʼel Moṭoṭ u-ḳeraʼo Megilat setarim

Perush ʻal perush he-ḥakham Rabi Avraham Ibn ʻEzra : be-ferush Ḥamishah ḥumshe Torah, ḥibro Shemuʼel Moṭoṭ u-ḳeraʼo Megilat setarim

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Perush ʻal perush he-ḥakham Rabi Avraham Ibn ʻEzra : be-ferush Ḥamishah ḥumshe Torah
Title
Perush ʻal perush he-ḥakham Rabi Avraham Ibn ʻEzra
Title remainder
be-ferush Ḥamishah ḥumshe Torah
Statement of responsibility
ḥibro Shemuʼel Moṭoṭ u-ḳeraʼo Megilat setarim
Title variation
Megilat setarim
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Contributor
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Genre
Language
heb
Summary
Supercommentary by Samuel Motot on Abraham ben Meir Ibn Ezra's commentary on the Pentateuch.
Cataloging source
NYP
Citation location within source
  • page 367
  • 7062.1
  • volume 2, page 402
Citation source
  • Amram, D.W. Makers of Hebrew books in Italy
  • Bodleian Library. Catalogus librorum hebraeorum in Bibliotheca Bodleiana
  • Fürst, J. Bibliotheca judaica
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Summary expansion
According to JewishEncyclopedia.com, "The work soon became very rare, and was subsequently published in abridged form by Jekuthiel Lazi in "Margaliyyot Ṭobah," a collective edition of commentaries on Ibn Ezra's commentary on the Pentateuch....In this supercommentary Ibn Moṭoṭ displays a profound knowledge of the Talmud, the Cabala, and philosophy. While in astronomy and astrology he follows Ibn Ezra as his principal authority, he accepts rather Naḥmanides' views in regard to Talmudical and cabalistic problems. He defends Ibn Ezra's commentary against the accusation of having thought and spoken of rabbinical authorities without sufficient respect. Ibn Moṭoṭ himself, however, had a low opinion of Ibn Ezra's orthodoxy and Talmudical knowledge on the whole, for, as he thinks, Ibn Ezra did not go very deeply into mysticism (Schiller-Szinessy, l.c. p. 138). He quotes in this work Aristotle and his Arabic commentators, also cabalists, scientists, philosophers, astronomers, and linguists, as Abraham ibn Daud, Maimonides, Joseph Ḳimḥi, Naḥmanides, Isaac Israeli, and Joseph ibn Waḳar. It is also a very rich source of information with regard to Abraham ibn Ezra's numerous works, to which it contains many references."
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Perush ʻal perush he-ḥakham Rabi Avraham Ibn ʻEzra : be-ferush Ḥamishah ḥumshe Torah, ḥibro Shemuʼel Moṭoṭ u-ḳeraʼo Megilat setarim
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Note
  • Signatures (in Hebrew and arabic characters): 1-134
  • Woodcuts: the Bragadini device on title-page of three crowns (see Amram, page 373); two woodcut scrolled cartouches used by the Bragadini press on leaves 40v and 46r (see Amram, page 375)
  • Text printed in Hebrew type in two columns
  • For the relationship between Bragadini and the printer Meir ben Jacob Parenzo, see Amram, page 367
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Dimensions
19 cm (4to)
Extent
52 leaves
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Note
Spec. Coll. copy: quarter bound in modern brown leather and gray marbled paper boards; gold-stamped spine title "Megillat Setarim. Venice 1554;" new tan endpapers. Purchase, A. Sokol, 1999.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)56962417
  • ucoclc56962417
Label
Perush ʻal perush he-ḥakham Rabi Avraham Ibn ʻEzra : be-ferush Ḥamishah ḥumshe Torah, ḥibro Shemuʼel Moṭoṭ u-ḳeraʼo Megilat setarim
Publication
Note
  • Signatures (in Hebrew and arabic characters): 1-134
  • Woodcuts: the Bragadini device on title-page of three crowns (see Amram, page 373); two woodcut scrolled cartouches used by the Bragadini press on leaves 40v and 46r (see Amram, page 375)
  • Text printed in Hebrew type in two columns
  • For the relationship between Bragadini and the printer Meir ben Jacob Parenzo, see Amram, page 367
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Dimensions
19 cm (4to)
Extent
52 leaves
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Note
Spec. Coll. copy: quarter bound in modern brown leather and gray marbled paper boards; gold-stamped spine title "Megillat Setarim. Venice 1554;" new tan endpapers. Purchase, A. Sokol, 1999.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)56962417
  • ucoclc56962417

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