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L o e w e , R a p h a e l .
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Journal
o f Jewish Studies
21 (1970): 65-68.
M u r a o k a , T a k a m i t s u ,
and
Z i v a S h a v i t s k y .
“Abraham Ibn Ezra’s Bib­
lical Hebrew Lexicon: The Five Megilloth.”
Abr-Nahraim
25 (1987):
68-91; 26 (1988): 80-111.
M u t i u s , H a n s - G e o r g v o n .
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im Jesajakommentar ‘Abraham Ibn Esras.’”
Biblische Notizen
6
(1978): 15-18.
P r i j s , L e o .
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modernen Pentateuch-Exegese.” In:
Folia rara: Wolfgang Voigt
LXV. diem natalem celebranti ab amicis et catalogorum codicum
orientalium conscribendorum collegis dedicata
(Wiesbaden: F. Steiner,
1976), pp. 81-85.
R e i f , S t e f a n
C. “Ibn Ezra on Psalm 1:1-2.”
Vetus Testamentum
34 (1984):
232-36.
R em b a u m , J o e l
E. “The Development o f a Jewish Exegetical Tradition
Regarding Isaiah 53.”
Harvard Theological Review
75 (1982):
289-311.
Ibn Ezra’s approach to the Suffering Servant passage is given
prominent attention.
S a m u e l s o n , N o r b e r t
M. “Creation in Medieval Philosophical, Rabbinic
Commentaries.” In:
From Ancient Israel to Modern Judaism: Intellect
in Quest of Understanding; Essays in Honor o f Marvin Fox
(Atlanta:
Scholars Press, 1989), vol. 2, pp. 231-59.
Based on commentaries o f Ibn Ezra, Nahmanides, and Sforno.
S c h r e c k e n b e r g , H e i n z .
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(11.-13. Jh.). Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, 1988. 710 p.
See pp. 206-208.
S im o n , U r i e l .
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Case o f Isaiah 40-66.” In: International Organization for the Study
o f the Old Testament.
Congress Volume: Salamanca, 1983 ,
ed. by
John A. Emerton (Leiden: Brill, 1985), pp. 257-71.
T a l m a g e , F r a n k .
“David Kimhi and the Rationalist Tradition II: Lit­
erary Sources.” In:
Studies in Jewish Bibliography, History, and Lit­
erature in Honor of I. Edward Kiev
(New York: Ktav, 1971), pp.
453-78.
“The Spanish Philosophers” (pp. 455-60) deals extensively with
Kimhi’s citations o f Ibn Ezra.
T i s h b y , P e r e t z .
“Hebrew Incunables. Italy: Bologna.”
Ohev sefer
1
(1987): 29-39 (English section), 23-50, facsims. (Hebrew section).
For a discussion o f Ibn Ezra’s commentary to Esther in the Bo­
logna, 1483, ed. o f
Hamesh Megilot,
see pp. 37-39 (English) or pp.
40-45 (Hebrew).