271 records found (Total records:271)
Page 1 of 28 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 > >>
Export to CSV
| ||↑ ID||Title||Author||City||Year||Download||שנה||עיר||מחבר||כותר|
|1||Beer HaGolah|| ||Mainz||1877| Download Sefer Description:
The Sefer Beer HaGolah is a halachic work which discusses the halachos of Eretz Yisrael, the application of Kedusha Rishona and Sheniyah, measurements and construction of Mishkon Shiloh, the 1st and 2nd Beis HaMikdoshim and their vessels, the avodah of the kohanim, the laws of wars, the belief in the coming of Mashiach, and the laws of korbanos. It is written by one of the great Acharonim whose name is not known to us (in the book he is referred to as Pilai, which is a reference for anonymous authors), and contains notes of Rabbi Reuven Rapaport from Tornepol. This is the 1st edition of this sefer, published in 1877, in Mainz, by Yechiel Breil.
|2||Emunos VeDeos||Saadiah Gaon||Constantinople||1562| Download Sefer Description:
The Sefer Emunos VeDeos is a classic philosophical work written by Rav Saadiah Gaon in the 9th century. It discusses the basic foundations of Torah and Judaism. This is the 1st edition of this sefer, published in 1562, in Constantinople. This is the only complete printed edition untouched by Christian censorship. It includes polemic treatises against other religions not published elsewhere in all later editions.
from the City
|Yosef from the|
City of Shushan
|1540| Download Sefer Description:
This is a kabbalistic commentary on a small part of Sefer Bereishis attributed to Rabeinu Yosef from the City of Shushan. He should NOT be confused with Rabeinu Yosef Ben Shushan who wrote a commentary on Pirkei Avos. (See #12 below.) The text of the orginal manuscript has been distributed over the internet by the editor, Charles Mopsik who has published it with a French translation and commentary in 1998 under the title, Fragment d'un commentaire sur la Genese par Joseph de Hamadan Traduit de l'hebreu par Charles Mopsik. The origial Hebrew text of this sefer has been placed on our web site with the explicit permission from the editor.
יוסף הבא משושן
יוסף הבא משושן
|4||Rashi||Maurice Liber||Philadelphia||1906| Download Sefer Description:
This is an excellent biography about Rashi - Rabeinu Shlomo Yitzchaki, who wrote the two most basic and famous commentaries on the Torah and the Talmud, by Maurice Liber. This is a copy of the 1906 edition and is an English translation from the original French.
|1905| Download Sefer Description:
Both Sivuv Rabeinu Pesachia MiRegensburg and Masaos Rabeinu Yakov Bar Nesanel are travel diaries of two great rishonim who have walked across Europe and Asia to go to Eretz Yisrael. They discuss different Jewish communities that they visited on their way, Graves of Tzadikim where they prayed, and the situation, boundaries, places and some halachos of Eretz Yisroel. Sivuv Rabeinu Pesachia MiRegensburg was written by Rabeinu Yehuda HaChasid, the auther of Sefer Chasidim upon the return of R' Pesachia from his trip, as R' Pesachia told him over the whole story. This is a very rare edition published by Rabbi Elazar HaLevi Grunhut who was a Rav in Hungary. It contains his notes on both of these seforim, as well as a general overview of these seforim written in German, printed at the end of this edition. For English translation of Sivuv Rabeinu Pesachia MiRegensburg, please see #80 on our site.
יעקב ב"ר נתנאל
סבוב ר' פתחיה
מסעות ר' יעקב
|Tzifroni||1583| Download Sefer Description:
Masaos Rabeinu Binyomin MiTudela is a travel diary of one of the great Rishonim, Rabeinu Binyomin from the city of Tudela that he recorded on his trip around then known world, that took place during the years 1165 - 1173. He journeyed from his native Navarre through the greater part of the then-known world. He visited about 300 cities including Rome, Constantinople, Alexandria, Jerusalem, Damascus, Baghdad and beyond, meeting their Jewish communities and recording his impressions of their governments, customs, traditions, professions and products. He also discusses graves of tzadikim where he prayed, and the situation, boundaries and places in Eretz Yisroel as well as some halachos. The Hebrew edition is one of the earlier editions of this sefer published by the Tzifroni family in 1583.
מסעות ר' בנימין
|London||1907| Download Sefer Description:
Masaos Rabeinu Binyomin MiTudela is a travel diary of one of the great Rishonim, Rabeinu Binyomin from the city of Tudela that he recorded on his trip around then known world, that took place during the years 1165 - 1173. He journeyed from his native Navarre through the greater part of the then-known world. He visited about 300 cities including Rome, Constantinople, Alexandria, Jerusalem, Damascus, Baghdad and beyond, meeting their Jewish communities and recording his impressions of their governments, customs, traditions, professions and products. He also discusses graves of tzadikim where he prayed, and the situation, boundaries and places in Eretz Yisroel as well as some halachos. The English translation, published under the title, The Intinerary of Benjamin of Tudela, is the first translation of this sefer by Dr. Marcus Nathan Adler published for the first time in 1840. This edition is the revised edition of the original translation republished with extensive notes in 1907 by the author. Adler's edition also contains the Hebrew original text with extensive notes in the back of the book. We have included an additional colored map of R' Binyomin's travels together with the English translation, besides the map of the region that came with this edition.
מרדכי בן נתן
מסעות ר' בנימין
the Perush of
|Mainz||1875| Download Sefer Description:
The commentary of Rabeinu Shlomo Bechor Yosef Sirillo on Yerushalmi Berachos is the second oldest commentary on Yerushalmi available. Rabeinu Shlomo Bechor Yosef Sirillo was a very early Acharon from Spain which he left during the expulsion of 1492. He settled in Tzfas in Eretz Yisrael where he was a rabbi together with his great contemporaries, Rabeinu Yosef Karo, the Arizal and many others. His commentary on Talmud Yerushalmi covers the Seder Zerayim and Masechta Shekalim. Rabeinu Shlomo Bechor Yosef Sirillo commented specifically on the Yerushalmi from a practical consideration of halacha, which resulted from his settling in Eretz Yisrael, where the agricultural laws applied to a much greater extent than in the Diaspora. It is one of the best commentaries to the Yerushalmi and is very unique in its style and approach. This is the first edition of Masechta Berachos, printed in Mainz in 1875. Besides his commentary, this editon contains girsaos from the Venice edition of the Yerushalmi, a commentary Meir Nesiv by Rabbi Meir Lehman and has very extensive haskamos by many of the gedolim of the end of the 19th century and inroductions to his perush and Yerushalmi.
שלמה בכר יוסף
עם פירוש ר'
שלמה בכר יוסף
|9||Etz Pri||Yisrael Lipkin|
|London||1965| Download Sefer Description:
Etz Pri is a collection of essays written to strengthen Torah institutions, authored by the leaders of the generation, amongst them Rav Yisrael Lipkin of Salant, Rebbi Yitzchak Elchonon Spector of Kovna, Rebbi Alexander Moshe Lapidus of Russein, and Rebbi Yisrael Meir HaKohen, author of the ?Chofetz Chaim?. Rav Nosson Tzvi Finkel, the Alter of Slabodka, published it anonymously in 5641 (1881).
|10||Devarim Atikim|| ||Leipzig||1844| Download Sefer Description:
Devarim Atikim is a compilation of 6 different very short seforim printed together by Yitzchak Izik Ben Yakov. It contains the following seforim:
1) Explanation of 90 words by Rav Saadia Gaon written in a form of a dictionary.
2) Iggeres HaMusar of Aristotle translated by Rabeinu Yehuda Alcharizi which is a famous philosophical book often mentioned by the Rambam.
3) Shem HaGedolim by an Anonymous Author, which is a list of names of different Rishonim and how they were related.
4) Kevutzas Kesef by Rabeinu Yosef Ibn Kaspi, which is a list of seforim written by Rabeinu Yosef Ibn Kaspi.
5) Meleches Shlomo by Shlomo Zalman Verbluner, which is a compilation of comments on various seforim of Rabeinu Yosef Ibn Kaspi.
6) Sefas Chachamim by Aaron Yelinek, which is a dictionary of difficult Persian and Arabic words found in the Talmud and Midrashim.