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Olat Tamid, R. Moses b. Jacob Albelda, Venice 1601

עולת תמיד - First Edition

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  • Lot Number 54263
  • Title (English) Olat Tamid
  • Title (Hebrew) עולת תמיד
  • Note First Edition
  • Author R. Moses b. Jacob Albelda
  • City Venice
  • Publisher דניאל זניטי
  • Publication Date 1601
  • Estimated Price - Low 1,000
  • Estimated Price - High 2,000

  • Item # 2570834
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Physical Description

Only edition. 231 ff., folio, 274:198 mm., light age and damp staining, final [4] f. lacking. A good copy bound in modern leather over boards.


Detail Description

Exegetical commentary to the Pentateuch. R. Moses b. Jacob Albelda (1500–before 1583), rabbi and philosopher. It is likely that R. Moses Albelda was born in Spain, and that he was the grandson of a R. Moses Albelda who settled in Salonika. He lived a life of hardship and wandering. He states that he acted as both dayyan and rosh yeshivah. He was rabbi of Arta (Greece) in 1534, and later of Valona (Albania). His sons, Judah and Abraham, went to considerable trouble to publish their father's works. These are characterized by a distinctive style and are eminently readable. His commentary and biblical expositions are mainly philosophical. His sermonic works are: Reshit Da'at (Venice, 1583), discourses on philosophical themes and rabbinical dicta; Sha'arei Dimah (ibid., 1586), on such varied themes as Providence, the vicissitudes of the times, the death of the righteous, and the destruction of the Temple. His biblical works includes Darash Moshe (ibid., 1603) homiletics. These works mention a number of others that he wrote, including commentaries on Joshua, Esther, and Samuel, and on Maimonides' Guide and Sefer ha-Mitzvot.


Hebrew Description

חברו וגם יסדו הרב כמ"הרר משה אלבילדה זלה"ה ... והוא ביאור על התורה ... הביאו אל הדפוס בן המחבר ... כה"ר יהודה אלבילדה נר"ו ... והוגה ... ע"י ... כמ"הרר משה אלפאלאס נר"ו:

מעבר לשער: הקדמת בן המחבר.



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