Abraham ibn Ezra
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Abraham ibn Ezra: Rabbi Abraham Ben Meir Ibn Ezra was born at Tudela, Navarre in 1089, and died c. 1167, apparently in Calahorra. He was one of the most distinguished Jewish men of letters and writers of the Middle Ages. Ibn Ezra excelled in philosophy, astronomy/astrology, mathematics, poetry, linguistics, and exegesis; he was called The Wise, The Great and The Admirable Doctor.
- also known as Abraham ben Meïr Ibn Ezra, Abraham Ben Meir Ibn Ezra
- born in (927 years ago) in Tudela
- ethnicity: Jewish people
- nationality: Spain
- religion: Sephardic law and customs, Judaism
- profession: Philosopher, rabbi
- died in (849 years ago)
- written works: "Le Livre des fondements astrologiques", "Sefer ha-ṭeʻamim", "Yalḳuṭ Avraham Ibn ʻEzra", "The secret of the Torah", "Reime und Gedichte des Abraham Ibn Esra", "Sefer ha-shem", "Safah berurah", "El libro de los fundamentos de las Tablas astronómicas", "Twilight of a golden age", "Ibn Ezra's commentary on the Song of songs =", "Commentary of Rabbi Abraham Ibn Ezra on Hosea", "Margaliyot ṭovah", "Sefer ha-mispar", "Abraham Ibn Esras Kommentar zur Urgeschichte", "Tsaḥot ba-diḳduḳ", "The beginning of wisdom", "Rabbi Abraham Ibn Ezra's commentary on the creation", "Perush Mishle", "Keli neḥoshet", "Mozne leshon ha-ḳodesh", "Commentary of Abraham Ibn Ezra on the Pentateuch"
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by Isidore Singer, Cyrus Adler
Abraham ibn Ezra (see Steinschneider, “Schach bei den Juden,” Berlin, 1873); and there have not been wanting those who versified all the books of the Bible. This was not done, ...
Encyclopaedia britannica (1910)
a dictionary of arts, sciences, literature and general information by Hugh Chisholm
Abraham Ibn Ezra ¡j/j Grammal¡iftr (Strasburg, 1862); M. Steinschneider, Abraham Ibn Ezra, in the Zeitschrift fu* Mathematik und Physik, Band xxv., Supplement; D- Rosin. Uir Relicioni- phtlosophie Abraham Ibn £:'a'iin vols. xlii. and xliii. of the ...
by Raphael Patai
Abraham Ibn Ezra, a Jewish writer-philosopher of the Middle Ages, is a popular figure of Jewish folktales. Stories about him taken from a wide variety of printed sources and unpublished manuscripts are included in Inyenei Ibn ...
Philosophy Between 500 and 1500 by Henrik Lagerlund
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by J. Hillaby
Abraham ibn Ezra Yesod MoraveSod Torah (2002–07, Israel) (Hebrew ) Insoltis Literally'in repayment', a term applied to repaymentsto moneylenders, Christian and Jewish, of mostly shortterm loans made to the Crown. Richardson ...
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