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Menasseh ben Israel

Menasseh ben Israel

a digital collection of seventeenth-century Jewish printing in Amsterdam

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Published by Amsterdam University Press in [Amsterdam] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Netherlands,
  • Amsterdam
    • Subjects:
    • Manasseh ben Israel, 1604-1657 -- Catalogs.,
    • Bibliotheca Rosenthaliana -- Catalogs.,
    • Rare books -- Netherlands -- Amsterdam -- Bibliography -- Catalogs.

    • About the Edition

      Collection consisting of more than 11,000 digital images from the Bibliotheca Rosenthaliana collection of 69 editions of books (chiefly first editions) printed by Menasseh ben Israel, one of the first Jewish printers in the Netherlands.

      Edition Notes

      Statementedited by J.J.M. de Haas, A.K. Offenberg, and M.G. Ootjers.
      GenreCatalogs., Bibliography
      ContributionsManasseh ben Israel, 1604-1657., Haas, J. J. M. de., Offenberg, A. K., Ootjers, M. G., Bibliotheca Rosenthaliana.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsZ232.M243
      The Physical Object
      FormatElectronic resource
      Pagination2 CD-ROMs
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3280833M
      ISBN 109053563202
      LC Control Number2003557031
      OCLC/WorldCa43384231

        Menasseh ben Israel's mission to Oliver Cromwell: being a reprint of the pamphlets published by Menasseh ben Israel to promote the re-admission of the Jews to England, ; by Manasseh ben Israel, ; Wolf, Lucien, , edPages: THREE LETTERS BY MENASSEH BEN ISRAEL 47 in some secret place in the world, in a country that had not been inhabited before. At the end of days, however, they would reappear and return to their ancient homeland, together with the two tribes of Judah and Ben-jamin.2 Innumerable theories about their possible place of residence came into being.

      In his book “Mikve Israel”, Ben Israel set a condition: The Messiah will only come if the Jews shall settle and re-settle in all corners of the world. He based it on the verse “Then the LORD will scatter you among all the nations, from one end of the earth to the other” (Deuteronomy, 28, 64). Menasseh Ben Israel's Mission to Oliver Cromwell: Being a Reprint of the Pamphlets Published by Menasseh Ben Israel to Promote the Re-Admission of the Jews to England, by Lucien Wolf and Manasseh Ben Israel | 10 Oct

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Menasseh ben Israel: Rabbi of Amsterdam (Jewish Lives) Steven Nadler. out of 5 stars 2. Kindle Edition. $ The Ten Tribes of Israel: Or the True History of the North American Indians, Showing that They are the Descendants of These Ten Tribes () Timothy R. Jenkins. out of 5 stars Cited by: In his excellent new book, Menasseh ben Israel: Rabbi of Amsterdam (Yale University Press), Professor Steven Nadler of the University of Wisconsin-Madison describes this remarkable transition.

Desperate to escape Portugal (the Inquisition authorities physically tortured Manoel’s father), the family escaped to Amsterdam inwhere refugees. Menasseh ben Israel (–) was among the most accomplished and cosmopolitan rabbis of his time, and a pivotal intellectual figure in early modern Jewish history.

He was one of the three rabbis of the “Portuguese Nation” in Amsterdam, a community that quickly earned renown worldwide for its mercantile and scholarly vitality. Manasseh ben Israel. (From the engraving by Salom Italia.) His Friendships. Meanwhile Manasseh ben Israel was occupied with the compilation of his chief work, "El Conciliador," a laborious enumeration and discussion of all the passages contained in the Old Testament which seem to conflict with one another.

(Gilroy, CA: R. Boswell,ISBN: ) -- The first half of this book is a modern study by Lynn Glaser examining the myth of the Ten Lost Tribes of Israel and their possible connection to Native Americans.

The second half of the book is a facsimile reprint of Manasseh Ben Israel's The Hope of Israel as it was printed in Menasseh ben Israel (–) was among the most accomplished and cosmopolitan rabbis of his time, and a pivotal intellectual figure in early modern Jewish history.

He was one of the three rabbis of the “Portuguese Nation” in Amsterdam, a community that quickly earned renown worldwide for its mercantile and scholarly : Jewish Lives.

Menasseh Ben Israel is the author of The Hope of Israel ( avg rating, 1 rating, 0 reviews), Menasseh Ben Israel's Mission To Oliver Cromwell ( av /5(4). A Life of Menasseh Ben Israel, Rabbi, Printer, and Diplomat book. Read 3 reviews from the world's largest community for readers/5.

Menasseh ben Israel (–) was among the most accomplished and cosmopolitan rabbis of his time, and a pivotal intellectual figure in early modern Jewish history.

He was one of the three rabbis of the “Portuguese Nation” in Amsterdam, a community that quickly earned renown worldwide for its mercantile and scholarly vitality. Menasseh ben Israel: A New Look at his Life and Work, Esperanca de Israel, Wall's English Translation of the Latin Text A Note on the English Translation Facsimile of the Title Page The Epistle Dedicatory Menasseh ben Israel to the Courteous Reader The Authors of Other Nations, which are Quoted in this Treatise.

This book, the results of a conference held in Israel inbrings together many new perspectives on the significance of Menasseh ben Israel's ideas, and their relation to Christian millenarian views of the time and Jewish kabbalistic and messianistic thought.

Scholars from America, Europe and Israel, working on various aspects of 17th century philosophy and religion present here in 18 5/5(1). Manasseh (/ m ə ˈ n æ s ə /) was the fourteenth king of the Kingdom of was the oldest of the sons of Hezekiah and his wife Hephzibah (Zephaniah ).He became king at the age of 12 and reigned for 55 years (2 Kings ; 2 Chronicles ).Edwin Thiele has concluded that he commenced his reign as co-regent with his father Hezekiah in / BC, with his sole reign beginning in Father: King Hezekiah.

Menasseh ben Israel () was one of the most learned and prolific rabbis in Amsterdam's Jewish community. His work, The Hope of Israel, argues from scripture that Messianic redemption would not come to the Jewish people until they were scattered to all corners of the earth and that only the return of the Jews to England was needed to complete the dispersal.

A Life of Menasseh ben Israel- Rabbi, Printer and Diplomat by ROTH, CECIL and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Steven Nadler’s monograph, Menasseh ben Israel: Rabbi of Amsterdam, provides an excellent introduction to a rabbi whose fascinating life as a first-rate scholar, diplomat, and theologian warrants n in an engaging narrative style, Nadler brings out aspects of Menasseh’s career not mentioned in the only other English biography on Menasseh, Cecil Roth’s A Life of Menasseh.

Menasseh ben Israel was one of the great figures of Sephardic Jews who had come to Holland and opened new worlds for a great number of homeless refugees from the cellars of the Inquisition and similar institutions of the dark Middle Ages.

His father had thrice escaped death in Lisbon, Portugal. Poor and broken in body and spirit, he had settled in Amsterdam and started life : Nissan Mindel. Menasseh ben Israel (–) was among the most accomplished and cosmopolitan rabbis of his time, and a pivotal intellectual figure in early modern Jewish history.

He was one of the three rabbis of the "Portuguese Nation" in Amsterdam, a community that quickly earned renown worldwide for its mercantile and scholarly vitality.

Menasseh ben Israel is born as Manoel Dias Soeiro into a Converso family from Portugal. When still a young boy, he moves with his family to the Netherlands in order to escape the reach of the Inquisition. /7: He starts his own printing press, and is the first Jewish person to print Hebrew books in Amsterdam.

Daniel de Fonseca sets up a short-lived rival press, which prints two books. Menasseh ben Israel (–) was among the most accomplished and cosmopolitan rabbis of his time, and a pivotal intellectual figure in early modern Jewish history. He was one of the three rabbis of the “Portuguese Nation” in Amsterdam, a community that quickly earned renown worldwide for its mercantile and scholarly : Yale University Press.

By Menasseh Ben Israel. Amstelodami, [ex off. Menasseh Ben Israel], Sumptibus auctoris, Dedicated to Gerebrandus ab Anslo with a preface by the author. [16] pp.

8°. Bibl. Ros. 19F2 Mishnayot Unvocalized. 2 parts. Corrected by Menasseh Ben Israel. Amsterdam, Elijah Aboab, - .This book, the results of a conference held in Israel inbrings together many new perspectives on the significance of Menasseh ben Israel's ideas, and their relation to Christian millenarian views of the time and Jewish kabbalistic and messianistic thought.(LANG=en) Biographical data about Menasseh Ben Israel (), Portuguese Jewish scholar, writer, diplomat and printer, founded the first Hebrew printing press in Amsterdam in Menasseh maintained friendships with a.o.

Vossius, Barlaeus, Hugo Grotius and Rembrandt.