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First Edition. Marbled endpages with engraved vignette on title and at end. The Book of Psalms, translated into German by Moses Mendelssohn, was the result of ten years of work, completed shortly after his masterful translation of the Pentateuch into German, which caused a stir of denunciation amongst both conservative Rabbis and Gentiles of the time. Early printed books - Covers loose, with backstrip missing, but signatures and binding well intact.
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Desoi, Mosheh [Moses Mendelssohn]. Fyorda; Be-Vet Uvi-Defus Itsak Ben David Tserndorf, Original full calf. Sixth edition. In Hebrew, with translation in German in Hebrew characters. Sefer Vayikra Book of Leviticus. Volume three only of the five books of the Hebrew Pentateuch published by David Tsendorf in Furth in , edited by Isaac Premsla and Moses Mendelssohn, with Rashi's commentary, and German translation in Hebrew characters in corner margins of text.
Includes separate title page for Haftorot. It had a special importance in that it not only aroused an esthetic interest in literature on the part of those who read it, but also paved the way for a more general use of High German among the Jews of Germany, among whom it may be said to have introduced a new literary era. Mendelssohn undertook the work for the instruction of his own children; but upon the advice of Solomon Dubno, consented to its publication on condition that Dubno should write a commentary explaining the reasons why Mendelssohn chose his various renderings.
A specimen, 'Alim li-Trufah, ' was edited by Dubno Amsterdam, , and aroused the liveliest interest on the part of Christians as well as of Jews. It was natural that it should also evoke strenuous opposition, especially on the part of those Jews who feared that the reading of High German would cause the Jewish youth to neglect their Hebrew studies.
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Foremost in this opposition were the rabbis Ezekiel Landau d. It was also forbidden in some cities of Poland, and is said even to have been publicly burned. An additional ban was laid upon it by Raphael ha-Kohen. Dubno became frightened at the continued opposition, and retired, forcing Mendelssohn himself to do an additional share of the work.
Though the translation was in High German, it was printed in Hebrew characters under the title, with a Hebrew commentary or 'biur, ' the commentaries of Rashi, etc, and an introduction by Naphtali Hertz Wessely. It appeared in parts—Genesis, Berlin, ; Exodus, ib. Moses Mendelssohn Bibliographie nr. Attractive title page illustration, printed on rag paper. Pentateuch — Commentaries. OCLC lists 17 copies. Boards loose; leather backstrip absent, light tear to corner of title page, minor edge wear, some stains throughout, overall fresh and clean.
Hensel, Sebastian. Berlin: Behr, From the Association of Orthodox Jews in Germany. Subjects: Judaism - Germany. Mendelssohn, Moses, - Influence. Loeb, Moritz A, Small tear to wrap, light soiling throughout, otherwise fresh. Sefer Shemot. Moses Mendelssohn's commentary on the Pentateuch, with his translation into Judeo German German printed in Hebrew characters. Originally published in five volumes; volume two, Sefer Shemot, only.
Attractively printed on ragpaper. Pentateuch - Commentaries. OCLC lists 6 copies worldwide. Back board absent, front board lightly rubbed, backstrip absent, lightly bumped edges, light soiling in margins, overall clean. Sefer Devarim only. Originally published in five volumes; volume five only, Sefer Devarim, only. Attractively printed, with blue rag paper title page and first few leaves, bound in half calf and marbled boards.
Other Titles: Bible. OCLC lists 6 copies. Boards and leather rubbed, lightly bumped edges, light soiling in margins, overall very fresh and clean. Ottensoser, David; Moses Mendelssohn. Various paginations. Moses Mendelssohn's 'Derech Selulah' The Pentateuch, Haftorot, and five scrolls, in five volumes with Targums and German translation in Hebrew characters, the commentary of Rashi, and the commentary of Maimonides, Moreh nevukhim. Pentateuch - Commentaries - 18th century.
OCLC lists 15 copies worldwide. Rear board absent from Sefer Vayikra, all boards loose on each volume, backstrips absent; internally clean and fresh. Other than boards; good condition. Carlsruhe, Schmieder, Two volumes in one. Subjects: Philosophy, Modern - 18th century. Mendelssohn, Moses, OCLC lists 25 copies. Backstrip absent, previous owners writing on endpage, light foxing throughout.
Overall very fresh and clean. Light wear to outer edges, light rubbing to boards, some foxing, a beautiful copy with original raised bands and leather spine labels.
Half leather, Hardcover, 44, 70, 68, 42, 38, 82 pages 5 volumes in two, 8vo, 20 cm. Psalms -- Commentaries. Volume missing backstrip, leather rubbed off of front cover. Some stained pages to Volumes Volume 3 - 5 solid, tight binding. Lehrberger, Publishers marbled boards. Rare pocket edition of the collected works of German-Jewish philosopher Moses Mendelssohn, father of the Jewish Enlightenment and a proponent of the Emancipation.
This series of lectures usually held "in the morning hours" was delivered to his oldest son, his son-in-law, for the two Humboldts, and for others. Jewish Encyclopedia Beautifully typeset, printed on fine ragpaper, bound in original marbled boards. Subjects: Mendelssohn, Moses, Lightly bumped outer boards, backstrip rebacked. Pages very lightly foxed, overall clean and fresh. Berlin: Louis Gerschel, Xii, Leopold Zunz "was the man who symbolized the 'Science of Judaism'; he was the first to lay down a detailed program for it, and his works were the first which in practice contained the methods of research which it was to adopt.
By his idealism and humanistic fervor and by his ambition to introduce the Jewish cultural heritage into general humanism by and through scientific study of Judaism, Zunz became the symbol of the whole of the 'Science of Judaism. The work, based on research of manuscripts, records the history of the paytanim and their works up to His intention was to present an internal history of this literature, but he did not achieve the fulfillment of this plan.
His bent for bibliography and research was stronger than his talent for giving form to historical concepts. Judaism -- Liturgy. Previous owner's signature on title page. Wear to leather. Solid, tight binding. Speckled design on text block. Berlin: Veit, Cloth, 8vo. Iv, , 14 pages. Zunz , born and educated in Germany, was a well-known historian. An heir to European Enlightenment, he was a founded of the idea of the "Science of Judaism.
He believed that Jewish literature and learning was part of the broader scope of human affairs, including the sciences, and should not be shut up merely in discussions of religious matters. For his seventieth birthday, a foundation was set up to fund Zunz's and other similar scholarship. He continued to work until , when his wife's death left him seriously depressed. Glatzer, EJ BAckstrip absent. Very light foxing. Berlin: Veit Und Comp, Hardcover, 8vo.
Sammlungen und Verseichnisse. Drucker und Drucke von Mantua a. Glatzer, EJ Former owner's signature on title page. Edges tanning,light staining to some pages, marginalia. Elbogen, Dr. Breslau, Stefan Muenz. Frankfurt am Main: J. Kaufmann Verlag, With an introduction by Prof.
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Includes German and Hebrew indexes. Title page scuffed, about half the pages color faded. Otherwise very good condition. Complete in 3 volumes. Berlin: M. Simion, Cloth ; 8vo. Marbled boards. Monthly review and a platform for Frankel's opinions on Reform. Among other innovations he believed that the messianic belief, which expressed the "pious wish for the independence of the Jewish people" was of importance for the survival and development of Judaism, and that it brought a new spirit and vigor into the life of German Jews, even though "they already had a fatherland which they would not leave.
Zacharias Frankel , was born in Prague. After receiving a talmudic education under Bezalel Ronsburg, he studied philosophy, natural sciences, and philology in Budapest In the Austrian government appointed him district rabbi Kreisrabbiner of Leitmeritz Litomerice , and he settled in Teplitz Teplice where he was elected local rabbi. He was the first Bohemian rabbi with a secular academic education and one of the first to preach in German. In he was called by the Saxon government to Dresden to act as chief rabbi. The publication of his study on the Jewish oath see below led to its abolition in several German states.
He declined a call to Berlin in , mainly because the Prussian government would not meet his stipulations complete legal recognition of the Jewish faith-until then merely "tolerated; " denial of support to missionary activities among the Jews, etc. In , after having actively advocated its establishment, Frankel became director of the newly founded Juedisch-Theologisches Seminar at Breslau, where he remained until his death. Boards detached; backstrips missing. Light age staining. Frankel, Z. Paper wrappers, 8vo. Periodical ran OCLC lists 17 copies worldwide. Ex-library with minimal markings, spine cover mostly missing, occasional spots throughout text.
About Good condition. Frankel, Zacharias. Breslau; Schletter'sche Buchhandlung, Viii,  pages. Introduction to the Palestinian Talmud. Added title page: Introductio in Talmud Hierosolymitanum. Added title page: Einleitung in den Jerusalemischen Talmud. Cover title in Hebrew and Latin, back cover in German. Latin title page lists Vratislaviae; Schletter H. Skutsch , as place of publishing. Frankel was the founder and the most eminent member of the school of historical Judaism, which advocates freedom of research, while in practical life it upholds the authority of tradition … Frankel's studies in the history of Talmudic literature had convinced him that the neglect of the Palestinian Talmud was a serious drawback in the critical investigation of the development of Talmudic law.
To this field he determined to devote the remainder of his life. In he published his introduction to the Jerusalem Talmud under the title 'Mebo ha-Yerushalmi' Breslau. Subjects: Talmud Yerushalmi - Introductions. Hebrew - Introductions. Hinges split, but still solid. Light soiling to cloth; light soiling internally. Leipzig; J. Barth, In German, with Greek and Hebrew.
Printers error on last page: numbered ''. Old Testament. Greek - Versions - Septuagint. Old Testament - Criticism, interpretation, etc, Jewish. Pentateuch - Criticism, interpretation, etc. Front hinge repaired; light foxing throughout; very clean and fresh. Frankel, Zacharias, Leipzig; F. Vogel, Original quarter leather and marbled boards. XX, pages. Frankel was born in Prague. After receiving a talmudic education under Bezalel Ronsburg, he studied philosophy, natural sciences, and philology in Budapest — In the Austrian government appointed him district rabbi Keiserrabbiner of Leitmeritz Litomerice and he settled in Teppliz Teplice where he was elected local rabbi.
He was one of the first rabbis to preach in German and express by that his positive attitude towards modernity and social integration of Jews within general society and culture. The publication of his study on the Jewish oath led to its abolition in several German states. He declined a call to Berlin in , mainly because the Prussian government would not meet his stipulations complete legal recognition of the Jewish faith — until then merely 'tolerated'; denial to support to missionary activities among Jews, etc. In he attended the second conference of Liberal rabbis in Frankfurt and advocated there a much more moderate-conservative approach than most of the participants to the issue of required reform in Judaism.
He withdrew from the conference and broke his ties with Liberal rabbis once his direction was rejected and the conference adopted the idea of promoting both prayers and sermons in German rather than in Hebrew. In , after having actively advocated its establishment, Frankel became director of the newly founded Juedisch-Theologisches Seminar Jewish Theological Seminary at Breslau, where he remained until his death. Attractively bound in marbled boards, quarter calf with gilt title. Old Testament - Concordances, Greek.
Greek - Versions — Septuagint. Hinges of boards starting; light foxing throughout, overall very fresh and clean. Breslau, Breslau: Julius Hainauer, Abraham Geiger "was a rabbi, son of an old-established family in Frankfort, one of the leaders of the Reform movement in Judaism, and an outstanding scholar of Wissenschaft des Judentums Geiger's principal work was Urschrift und Uebersetzungen der Bibel, in which he correlates the history of the biblical translations with the history of the sects in Israel particularly the Pharisees and Sadducees.
He also supplemented the work with comments, written in a fine rabbinic Hebrew Ozar Nehmad, 3 , , First edition of the principal work of one of the great leaders of the German reform movement. Attractive modern binding. Damp stain at top edge of first few leaves. Pages heavily foxed. Very Good Condition. Geiger, Abraham. Breslau; F. Leuckart, X, 54, X, pages. In German and Hebrew.
Two Volumes in One. Each volume has separate title page. Lehrbuch zur Sprache der Mischnah -- 2. Early German Reform 'teaching book' on the language of the Mishna. Geiger was one of the most important exponents of Reform Judaism; as author, historian, and critic, one of the pathfinders of the science of Judaism 'Wissenschaft des Judentums'.
Subjects: Talmud. Hebrew language, Talmudic — Grammar. Light foxing to first and last leaves, overall very clean and fresh. Later wraps. Subjects: Jewish learning and scholarship - History. Jews - France. Jewish learning and scholarship. Criticism, interpretation, etc. Old Testament - Criticism, interpretation, etc. Pages lightly foxed and lightly soiled, overall very clean and fresh. Bonn; F. Baaden, V, pages. In German, with Arabic.
He began an intense study of Arabic and the Koran under the distinguished Orientalist Georg Freytag, winning a prize for his essay 'Was hat Mohammed aus dem Judenthume aufgenommen? Published as a book in , it won great acclaim as opening a new avenue for Islamic scholarship, and was the first step in Geiger's larger intellectual project, demonstrating Judaism's central influence on Christianity and Islam.
Undertaking the classic question of the relationship of Islam to Judaism, Geiger begins his treatment with the intertwined questions of what Islam wishes to do, is able to do, and is permitted to do with Judaism.
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Other related questions are also addressed, such as what Islam borrowed from Judaism. Geiger asks what was transformed in the Quran from that which originated in Judaic thought. Concepts and opinions such as faith beliefs, moral and legal regulations, and concepts of life are all considered as they moved from Judaism to Islam. Historical accounts such as those of Noah, Abraham, and Moses, also pass between the religions, as do the piety of Solomon and the denial of Judaism in the Quran.
Abraham Geiger was a rabbi and scholar who played a major role in the founding of Reform Judaism. Subjects: Islam - Relations - Judaism. Judaism - Relations - Islam. Muhammad, Prophet, d. Boards loose, soiled. Internally, light foxing, light soiling. Frankfurt Am Main: J. Sauerlander, Hardcover, 8vo, 22 cm.
Judaism -- Doctrines. Reform Judaism. The first volume of this important journal, which ran a total of 6 volumes Geiger was born in Frankfurt am Main to an Orthodox family and received a traditional religious education. Already in his childhood, he began studying classical history, which gave rise to doubts concerning biblical claims to divine authority. At the age of 17, Geiger began writing a study of the Mishnah, differentiating its legal style from biblical and talmudic law, and a dictionary of Mishnaic Hebrew. OCLC lists 33 copies worldwide. Wear to cover Lightly bumped corners.
Otherwise beautiful condition. Geiger, Ludwig; Ismar Elbogen. Berlin; G. Reimer, With frontispiece portrait of Abraham Geiger. Son of Abraham Geiger, he studied philology and history in Heidelberg, Goettingen, and Berlin and concluded his academic studies in with a dissertation, presented to Leopold von Ranke on the attitude of Greek and Roman authors to Judaism and Jews. In he was appointed extraordinary professor of the history of literature at Friedrich Wilhelm University, Berlin.
Later he additionally became a lecturer at the Lehranstalt fuer die Wissenschaft des Judentums. Geiger was a versatile scholar, editor, and translator. His major contributions were to Renaissance, Humanism, and Reformation studies, German-Jewish history, and research on Goethe and other writers of the 19th century. Includes extensive bibliography of the writings of Abraham Geiger pages , and includes subject indexes at rear.
Subjects: Rabbinismus Geiger, Abraham, Geiger, Abraham — Bibliography.
Geschichte Institutional marks on outer edges, title page, and endpages. Later cloth previously reinforced with tape along binding. Otherwise fresh and clean. One folded document facsimile and one folded map. Berthold Rosenthal was a German teacher and genealogist. This work, a history of the Jews of Baden "from their historical appearance up to the present" "would become very important in the future, since it contained much information on Jews in Baden that was lost under the National Socialist regime.
Cover nearly detached. Text undamaged.
Posen Zarchin, Michael Moses. VII, pages. Originally presented as the authors thesis, Dropsie College, Survey of two centuries of local community, relief, guild, loan, education, and burial societies of Posen. D, was the author of seven books and over articles in various magazines and professional journals. He was a professor of economics at City College of San Francisco for 23 years.
Zarchin papers. Jews - Social conditions. Frankfurt Kracauer, Isidor. Frankfurt, In Kommission bei J. Volume 1 half leather, Volume 2 cloth 8vo, x, , vii, , 4 pages. Includes 4-page subscribers list at the end of volume 2. The results of his research are a series of important publications, particularly his two-volume Geschichte der Frankfurter Juden "History of the Frankfurt Jews".
Volume 1 missing most of backstrip. A scarce set. Frankfurt Jewish Community. Ritual and Liturgy. Carlsruhe; Badische Hebr. Buchdr, Selichot mi-kol ha-shanah; nach dem Brauch der Gemeinde Frankfurt Main penitential prayers for the whole year, according to the customs of the community of Frankfurt. Scarce Selihot of the Frankfurt Jewish community. Original leather binding with later paper pasted down over board, printed on rag paper. Subjects: Selihot. Judaism - Customs and practices - Germany - Frankfurt am Main. Light soiling and light foxing throughout, outer edges lightly bumped.
E Adler, Simon. Meininger, X, 90 pages. One folded leaf at rear. This volume appears to be the first major monograph on the history of the Jewish community of Mulhausen Mulhouse , a town in Eastern Alsace; the Jewish Encyclopedia listed the first Jewish residents from the time of the French Revolution; this in fact is completely disproved by Adler's documentation of local and rabbinic sources, which shows that the first known Jewish residents were in Mulhausen in the thirteenth century; this information is reflected in the Encyclopedia Judaica; and copiously documented in Adler's history.
At the time of publication of this volume Mulhausen was part of Imperial Germany. Subjects: Jews - Alsace - Mulhouse. France - Mulhouse. Later endpages aged; internally clean and fresh. Frankfurt Arnsberg, Paul. Frankfurt, Moses Jachiel Kirchheim'sche Stiftung, Paperback, Large 8vo, pages. Includes 47 illustrations, a page bibliography, and a page index. Written by Paul Arnsberg a German-Jewish native of Frankfurt, writer, historian, and board member of the Zionist Federation of Germany during the Weimar era; he served as a member of the municipal council of the Jewish community of Frankfurt until A statue was recently dedicated in Frankfurt to dedicate his life and the history of Jewish Frankfurt, on the Paul Arnsberg Platz.
Light soiling to wraps, otherwise fresh. Richter's Hofbuchdruckerei, Contains frontispiece illustration of the Institute. With list of all graduates from the opening of the Insitute until , essays on the history of the institute, and other pieces. They petitioned the Bavarian Government on the matter, and a detailed plan for the institution was sent to the king. In the Teachers Seminary opened, providing its first 12 students with dormitory facilities. A year later the number of students had nearly doubled, reaching 21; by the school boasted graduates, who became teachers working across Germany.
Toward the turn of the century the seminary and dormitory were transferred to a new building. He headed the Teachers Seminary and increased the scope of its activities. In he passed away, to be succeeded by Rabbi Dr. Sigmund Shimon Hanover. In the Teachers Seminary was given the right to hold governmental matriculation examinations.
Wuerzburg Germany. Israelische Lehrerbildungs-Anstalt. Heerdegen, Later cloth bound with original paper wrappers pastedown on covers. His work on the history of the Jews in Nuremberg and Fuerth constituted the definitive text for over a century on the subject, and is considered the first history on the subject written to standards of contemporary historical research standards.
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The table of contents: History of the Jews in Nuremberg, History of the Jews in Fuerth, History of the Jews in Nuremberg Modern Ages; with four appendices, on the improvement of moral conditions of the Jews in Franconia, information about the history of the Jews tolls in Nuremberg, mention of documents not included in text owing to their forthcoming printing, the Jewish orphanage in Fuerth. Subjects: Jews -- Germany -- Nuremberg. Covers lightly soiled, edges worn, with slight tear at bottom of backstrip.
Internal pages clean, but aged and browned, with a slight tear at edge of few pages. Ulm Dicker, Hermann. Rottwell; M. Rotschild, Nazi-era publicationIn German. Hermann Dicker born studied at the University of Berlin and the Rabbinerseminar in Berlin from ; the Nazi rectors of the university of Berlin refused to give him a degree; his dissertation supervisor, Professor Holtzman, helped him to transfer to the University of Zurich, where he was given a degree under the supervision of Professor Nabholz.
Dicker then moved to Palestine and then the United States, served as a Rabbi in the united states army until , and worked thereafter as a librarian at the JTSA. Subjects: Jews — Germany — Ulm — History. Allgemeines Individualarbeitsrecht Verfahrensrecht Kollektivarbeitsrecht Arbeitskampfrecht. Urheberrecht Gewerblicher Rechtschutz Medienrecht. Erkenntnistheorie Wissenschaftstheorie. Recht Allgemeine Grundlagen Rechtsgeschichte Rechtsphilosophie -theorie -politik -soziologie -didaktik.
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