Ewald continues his commentary of the Psalms in volume two, also including a section on the book of Lamentations. Ending this set is a complete index to the Psalms, in the order that they appear in the commentary, as well as an appendix on the subject of the Psalms in relation to singing and music.
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Georg Heinrich Ewald was born in Germany, where he spent his life as a biblical scholar and later as a professor at the University of Gottingen. He devoted his life to Hebrew studies and wrote the much-loved Hebrew Grammar from which all subsequent Hebrew grammars have been based. Other well-known books of his include Commentary on the Prophets of the Old Testament (5 Vols.). Ewald died in 1875.