Jews in Islamic Countries in the Middle Ages

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BIBLIOGRAPHICAL INDEX

Entries are indexed by the numbers of the notes, rather than page numbers; a colon followed
by a number indicates the first page of an article; when the publisher did not indicate the
place of the publication, or its date, the initials n.p. and n.d. are used


Hebrew, Syriac, Judaeo-Arabic

Abraham b. Da’ūd ha-Levī, ha-emūnā haRāmā, (l)ed. S. Weil, Berlin 1919; (2) ed. N.M. Samuelson and G. Weiss, The Exalted Faith, Rutherfort 1986 271

———, Sefer ha-qabbālā (The Book of Tradition), ed. G.D. Cohen, Philadelphia 1967 84; 41, 44, 49, 50, 52, 78, 83, 85, 86, 98, 116, 117, 123, 125, 128, 129, 130, 144, 145, 146, 177, 180, 181, 182, 184, 185, 186, 187, 188, 189, 190, 194, 196, 197, 198, 199, 200, 202, 203, 204, 205, 206, 210, 213, 215, 221, 223, 224, 226, 228, 230, 261, 287

Abraham b. David from Posquières,.S’e/è/temīm de’lm, (1) Warsaw 1897/8; (2) Jerusalem 1974/5 135, 235

Abraham Ibn Ezrā, Pērūsh ha-miqra 151, 194, 224, 240

———, Sefer le-mashāla be-qadrūt ha-levānā we-ha-shemesh, etc. printed together with sefer years, ed. M. Grosberg, London 1902/3 179

———, Sefer yesod mesappēr, ed. S. Pinsker (annex to māva el ha-niqqúd ha-ashūrī ō ha-bavlī), Vienna 1861/62 211

Abraham b. Ḥiyyā, megillāt ha-megallē, ed. Z. Poznaṅski, Berlin 1923/4 212

———, Sefer ha-ibbūr, London 1850/1 143

Abraham b. Isaac of Narbonne, Sefer haeshkōl, ed. A. Auerbach, Halberstadt 1867/8 73, 146, 188, 197, 199, 383

Abraham b. Moses Maimonides, Commentary on Genesis and Exodus, ed. E.. J. Wiesenberg, London 1959 274

———, Teshūvōt (birkai avrāhām) (1) ed. B. Goldberg, Paris 1858/59, (2) ed. A.H. Freimann and S.D. Goitein, Jerusalem 1937–1937/8 238, 259, 274

Abraham b. Nathan ha-Yarhī, Sefer hamanhlg, (1) Jerusalem 1950/1; (2) ed. Y. Raphael, Jerusalem 1937/8 137

Abramson, S., Abūt she ‘elā u-shetayim teshūvōt, sheiiatōn ha-mishpafhdivrī, 1983–1986, 11–12:10 128, 201, 242

———, ʿAl essā meshālī le-rav seʿadyā gā‘on, Tarbiz, 33:58, 1963/4 211

———, Aspamiyā she-bi-sefārad, Sinai, 35:42, 1970/1 125

———, Ba-merkāzīm u-va-tefisāt, Jerusalem 1965 80, 81, 91, 93, 95, 107, 109, 110, 111, 115, 116, 120, 122, 123, 124, 126, 135, 141, 144, 180, 201, 206, 218, 21, 223, 228, 230, 242, 378, 380

———, Halākhōt pesūqōt, in the Hebrew Encyclopaedia, vol. I4 183

———, Inyānōt be-sifrūt ha-ge ‘ōriim, Sinai, 54:20, 1963/4 111

———, ʿInyānōt be-sifrūt ha-ge ‘ōriim, Jerusalem 1973/4 117, 119, 163, 181, 202, 218, 24, 231, 331, 383

———, Inyānōt shōriim be-sifrūt ha-ge ‘ōriim, Tarbiz, 18:202, 1946/7 100, 357

———, le-r. bārūkh b. melekh, Tarbiz 19:42, 1947/8 269

———, le-heqer he-ārukh, Lešonenū, 36:122, 1971/2 231

———, li-mevō ha-talmūd le-rav shemū ‘ēl b. bōfrii, Tarbiz, 26:421, 1956/7 218

———, Mi-ginzē shīrā, Sinai, 11:70, 1941/3 275

———, Milion la-talmud le-rav shemū ‘ēl b. ḥōfnī, Abraham Even Shoshan Mem. Vol., Jerusalem 1984/5:13 218

———, Min ha-māqōr ha-ʿarāvī she I sefer ha-mēqah ve-na-mimkār le-rav Hāyy gā’ān, Tarbiz, 20:296, 1948/49 238

———, Min kitāb al-ḥām le-rav hāyy gā’ān, Lešonenū, 41:108, 1976/7 238

———, Min pērūsh we-targūm rav se’aayā gā’ōn lishdyahu lamed-hē7, Sinai, 57:193, 1903/4 30

———, Mi-sifrē rav shemū ‘ēl b. bōfht; a. kitāb al-talāa, Tarbiz, 17:138, 1945/6; b. kitāb ahkam ai-qinyān (?), Tarbiz, 18:34, 1946/7 218, 219, 220

———, Mi-tōrat rav elbānān, Sinai, 60:149, 1962 122

———, Mi-teshūvāt ha-ge ‘ōriim, Sinai Jubilee Vol., Jerusalem 1957/8: 403 185

———, Min ha-pereq ha-hamishīshel mevō ha-talmūd le-rav shemū ‘ēl b. bōfrit, Sinai, 88:193, 1980/1 218

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