Download The Junior Jewish Encyclopedia eBook
by and Hayim Leaf (editors) Ben-Asher Naomi
The Junior Jewish Encyclopedia book. Naomi Ben-Asher, Hayim Leaf.
The Junior Jewish Encyclopedia book. Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Alphabetically arranged articles identify names, dates, and terms significant in Jewish history, literature, music, science, and other fields.
com: THE JUNIOR JEWISH ENCYCLOPEDIA: Very Good in a Good price clipped dust jacket. Chips and tears to jacket. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall; Original dust jacket protected by archival Brodart cover. Here are our closest matches for THE JUNIOR JEWISH ENCYCLOPEDIA by Ben-Asher, Naomi and Hayim Leaf (Eds). Description: Very Good in a Good price clipped dust jacket.
Hardcover with dust jacket. The Junior Jewish Encyclopedia Hardcover – January 1, 1974 by Naomi Ben-Asher.
Born in Russia, he went to the . Leaf (Lifshitz), Hayim. Encyclopaedia Judaica. at an early age. He taught Hebrew literature first at the Herzliah Academy of New York and, from 1943, at Yeshiva University.
Hayim Leaf, a Hebrew scholar and writer and professor emeritus of Hebrew literature at Yeshiva University, died on Sunday at the Jewish Home and Hospital for the Aged in the Bronx. He was 79 and a resident of the Bronx. The cause was complications from a stroke he had suffered late last year, Yeshiva said. He is survived by his wife of 47 years, the former Chava Susskind; a son, Shalom, of Manhattan; a daughter, Adah Radzin of Flemington, . and three grandchildren.
It updates Naomi Ben-Asher and Hayim Leaf's The Junior Jewish Encyclopedia (Shengold, 1993), first . On the whole, this comprehensive and easy-to-read resource will be useful to the Jewish community, as well as to public schools and libraries.
It updates Naomi Ben-Asher and Hayim Leaf's The Junior Jewish Encyclopedia (Shengold, 1993), first published 40 years ago as the Shengold Jewish Encyclopedia (Shengold; . New material has been added, and time-sensitive entries relating to Israel and the former . for instance, have been updated, while entries that are not time sensitive appear to remain untouched.
Are you sure you want to remove The Junior Jewish encyclopedia from your list?
Are you sure you want to remove The Junior Jewish encyclopedia from your list? The Junior Jewish encyclopedia. 10th rev. ed. by Naomi Ben-Asher, Hayim Leaf. Published 1984 by Shengold Publishers in New York.
Naomi (/neɪˈoʊmi, -maɪ, ˈneɪoʊˌmaɪ, -ˌmi/; Hebrew: Hebrew: נָעֳמִי Standard Hebrew Noʻomi, Tiberian Hebrew nåʿå̆mī) is Ruth's mother-in-law in the Hebrew Bible in the Book of Ruth. The etymology of her name is not certain, but it is possible that it means "good, pleasant, lovely, winsome. Naomi is married to a man named Elimelech. A famine causes them to move with their two sons, from their home in Judea to Moab.