Offering translation and exposition on commentary from the notable Jewish historian, Abraham Ben Meir Ibn Ezra (1089–1164), M. Friedländer moves verse-by-verse through a critical piece of Jewish literature. Friedländer explores the principles, character, and prophecies embodied in the text. Volume 3 offers an edited translation of the original text from Ibn Ezra, as well as an extensive glossary with annotative notes.
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M. Friedländer (1833–1910) was educated at University of Berlin and the University of Halle. Friedländer went on to become principal of Jews’ College in London where he taught theology, biblical exegesis, and Jewish history.