TYPE: Book
NOTES: Very Rare! OCLC lists just a microfiche of this volume.
ITEM ID: 2351

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Ha Magid: Text of the Bible with Rashi Commentary

DATE
Year: 1676
Decade: 1670s
Century: 17th (1601-1700)

The Hamaggid, the early prophets printed in Amsterdam 1676. Ha Magid, which literally means “the book that tells” or “the messenger book” in the biblical sense, as in “the messenger came to David saying” in 2 Samuel 15:13, is a similar compilation on the ProphetsIncludes Text of Bible and Rashi commentary in Hebrew with a paraphrase into Yiddish by Jacob ben Isaac Ashkenazi – a continuation of his Tseʼena u-reʼena, a Yiddish paraphrase on the PentateuchAuthored by Yaakov ben Yitzchak Ashkenazi, the famous author of Tseno Urena. Rabbi Jacob ben Isaac Ashkenazi (1550–1625), of Janów (near Lublin, Poland), was the author of the Tseno Ureno, sometimes called the “Women’s Bible”, a Yiddish-language prose work written circa , 590s whose structure parallels the weekly portions of the Pentateuch and Haftorahs used in Shabbat services

ARTISTS
Name: Jacob ben Isaac Ashkenazi (Rabbi)
Type: Commentator
Born In: Janów (near Lublin, Poland)
Artists Dates: 1550–1625
Artist Information: aka Yaakov ben Yitzchak Ashkenazi, the famous author of Tseno Urena, sometimes called the "Women's Bible", a Yiddish-language prose work written in the 1590s whose structure parallels the weekly portions of the Pentateuch and Haftorahs used in Shabbat services