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The chronicles of Jeraḥmeel; or, The Hebrew Bible historiale. Being a collection of apocryphal and pseudo-epigraphical books dealing with the history of the world from the creation to the death of Judas Maccabeus. Translated for the first time from an unique manuscript in the Bodleian Library by M. Gaster. Together with an introd., critical notes, a full index, and five facsims. Prolegomenon by Haim Schwarzbaum.

Author/Creator:
[Eleazar ben Asher ha-Levi] 14th cent
Publication:
New York, Ktav Pub. House, 1971 [i.e. 1972]
Format/Description:
Book
124, cxii, 341 p. facsims. 23 cm.
Series:
Oriental Translation Fund, London. Publications, new ser., v. 11.
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Standardized Title:
Sefer ha-zikhronot. English
Other Title:
The Hebrew Bible historiale.
Subjects:
Jewish legends.
Notes:
A translation of the first part of the manuscript, entitled Sefer ha-zikhronot. cf. Catalogue of the Hebrew manuscripts in the Bodleian Library.
Reprint, with prolegomenon, of the 1899 ed., which was issued as New series, v. 4 (i.e. 11) of the Oriental translation fund.
Bibliography: p. 112-124.
Contributor:
Jerahmeel ben Solomon, active 12th century.
Gaster, Moses, 1856-1939, ed.
Bodleian Library.
ISBN:
0870681621
OCLC:
227215