The Fifty-Third Chapter of Isaiah...

Collection of printed texts and MSS. by Jewish commentators on the 53rd Chapter of Isaiah, brought together by AD. Nubauer and translated with assistance of S.R.Driver.



The Fifty-Third Chapter of Isaiah according to the Jewish interpreters (in 2 vols.)


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Volume I - TEXTSTitle PageCopyright PageContentsI. The Septuagint, Aquila, Symmachus, and TheodotionII. Targum of JonathanIII. Talmud:a. Talmud of Jerusalemb. Talmud of Babylonc. Midrash Rabbahd. Yalqute. Siphréf. Tanhumag. P'siqthaIV. ZoharV. R. Sa‘adyah GaonVI. Japheth ben ‘AliVII. Nistaroth of R. Simeon ben YohaiVIII. R. Moses had-DarshanIX. Leqah Tobh of R. Tobiah ben EliezerX. R. Solomon Yizhaqi (Rashi)XI. R. Joseph QaraXII. R. Abraham ibn EzraXIII. R. David Qamhi (Kimchi)XIV. R. Jacob ben Reuben, the RabbaniteXV. Jacob ben Reuben, the QaraiteXVI. Anonymous Arabic TranslationXVII. R. Eliezer of Beaugenci?XVIII. R. Joseph ben Nathan (l'Official)XIX. R. Isaiah ben Mali (the Elder)XX. R. Moses ben Nahman (Nachmanides)XXI. Aaron ben Joseph (the Elder)XXII. The Older NizzahonXXIII. R. Shem Tobh ben ShaprutXXIV. A. R. Moses Kohen ibn CrispinXXIV. B. R. Moses KohenXXV. En Solomon AstrucXXVI. R. Isaac Elijah (Ali?) KohenXXVII. Anonymous Persian TranslationXXVIII. R. Lipmann (Yom Tobh) of MühlhausenXXIX. Don Isaac AbarbanelXXX. R. David de Rocca MartinoXXXI. R. Saadyah ibn DanânXXXII. R. Solomon ben MelekhXXXIII. R. Abraham FarissolXXXIV. AnonymousXXXV. R. Meir AramahXXXVI. Isaac TrokiXXXVII. R. Moses Al-SheikhXXXVIII. R. Solomon ben Isaac LeviXXXIX. R. Abraham, the ProselyteXL. R. Samuel LañadoXLI. The Qaraitic Tataric TranslationXLII. R. Abraham ben Judah HazanXLIII. R. Naphtali ben Asher AltschulerXLIV. R. Solomon de MariniXLV. R. Isaac LopezXLVI. R. Joshua SegreXLVII. R. David AltschulerSHORT PASSAGES:a. R. David ben Abraham, the Qaraiteb. R. Jonah ibn Janâhc. R. Moses ben Maimond. R. Meir ben Simeone. R. Mordecai ben Josephf. R. Moses of Salernog. R. Joseph Alboh. R. Israel (Nagarah?)i. R. Elijah de Vidasj. R. Hayyim ibn Musak. Anonymous Book of Controversyl. Anonymous Marginal Glossesm. Other Glossesn. The Book of the Piouso. Midrash Konenp. R. Menahem Azariah of Fanoq. R. Hayyim Vitalr. Midrash han-Ne‘elams. Yalqut (the later)t. Anonymous Book of Controversyu. Liturgical Piecev. Anonymous ‘Buch der Verzeichnung'.w. Liturgical Piecex. Levi ben Gershomy. R. Liwa ben BezaleelXLVIII. Herz HombergXLIX. R. Joseph PassaniL. Samuel David LuzzattoLI. Anonymous ‘Fuente Claro'LII. Judah ben BalaamLIII. R. Thanhum of JerusalemLIV. The Khozari and its Commentators:A. Judah hal-LeviB. R. Solomon ben MenahemLV. R. Gershom ben NathanADDITIONS AND CORRECTIONSSPANISH, FRENCH, AND LATIN TEXTS:A. Abraham Guer de CordovaB. R. Manasseh ben IsraelC. Isaac Orobio de CastroCa. Henriquez' French TranslationD. Jacob ben AmramCORRECTIONS to Vol. IVolume II - TRANSLATIONSFront MatterContents - Vol. IIPREFACEINTRODUCTION TO THE ENGLISH TRANSLATIONBrief Extracts...Additional NoteI. The Septuagint, Aquila, Symmachus, and TheodotionII. Targum of JonathanIII. Talmuda. Talmud of Jerusalemb. Talmud of Babylonc. Midrash Rabbahd. Yalqute. Siphréf. Tanhumag. P'siqthaIV. ZoharV. R. Sa'adyah GaonVI. Japheth ben AliVII. Nistaroth of R. Simeon ben YohaiVIII. R. Moses had-DarshanIX. Leqah Tobh of R. Tobiah ben EliezerX. R. Solomon Yizhaqi (Rashi)XI. R. Joseph QaraXII. R. Abraham ibn EzraXIII. R. David Qamhi (Kimchi)XIV. R. Jacob ben Reuben, the RabbaniteXV. Jacob ben Reuben, the QaraiteXVI. Anonymous Arabic TranslationXVII. R. Eliezer of Beaugenci?XVIII. R. Joseph ben Nathan (l'Official)XIX. R. Isaiah ben Mali (the Elder)XX. R. Moses ben Nahman (Nachmanides)XXI. Aaron ben Joseph (the Elder)XXII. The Older NizzahonXXIII. R. Shem Tobh ben ShaprutXXIV. A. R. Moses Kohen ibn CrispinXXIV. B. R. Moses KohenXXV. En Solomon AstrucXXVI. R. Isaac Elijah (Ali?) KohenXXVII. Anonymous Persian TranslationXXVIII. R. Lipmann (Yom Tobh) of MühlhausenXXIX. Don Isaac AbarbanelXXX. R. David de Rocca MartinoXXXI. R. Saadyah ibn DanânXXXII. R. Solomon ben MelekhXXXIII. R. Abraham FarissolXXXIV. AnonymousXXXV. R. Meir AramahXXXVI. Isaac TrokiXXXVII. R. Moses Al-SheikhXXXVIII. R. Solomon ben Isaac LeviXXXIX. R. Abraham, the ProselyteXL. R. Samuel LañadoXLI. The Qaraitic Tataric TranslationXLII. R. Abraham ben Judah HazanXLIII. R. Naphtali ben Asher AltschulerXLIV. R. Solomon de MariniXLV. R. Isaac LopezXLVI. R. Joshua SegreXLVII. R. David AltschulerSHORT PASSAGESa. R. David ben Abraham, the Qaraiteb. R. Jonah ibn Janâhc. R. Moses ben Maimond. R. Meir ben Simeone. R. Mordecai ben Josephf. R. Moses of Salernog. R. Joseph Alboh. R. Israel (Nagarah?)i. R. Elijah de Vidasj. R. Hayyim ibn Musak. Anonymous Book of Controversyl. Anonymous Marginal Glossesm. Other Glossesn. The Book of the Piouso. Midrash Konenp. R. Menahem Azariah of Fanoq. R. Hayyim Vitalr. Midrash han-Neelams. Yalqut (the later)t. Anonymous Book of Controversyu. Liturgical Piecev. Anonymous ‘Buch der Verzeichnung'w. Liturgical Piecex. Levi ben Gershomy. R. Liwa ben BezaleelXLVIII. Herz HombergXLIX. R. Joseph PassaniL. Samuel David LuzzattoLI. Anonymous ‘Fuente Claro'LII. Judah ben BalaamLIII. R. Thanhum of JerusalemLIV. The Khozari and its Commentators:A. Judah hal-LeviB. R. Solomon ben MenahemLV. R. Gershom ben NathanSPANISH, FRENCH, AND LATIN TEXTS:A. Abraham Guer de CordovaB. R. Manasseh ben IsraelC. Isaac Orobio de CastroD. Jacob ben AmramADDITIONS AND CORRECTIONSINDEX
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