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PIRḲE DE-RABBI ELI'EZER:
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- Stanford Libraries.
- ISBN 13: 9781590459942.
- Pirke de Rabbi Eliezer, Volume I;
- Category:Pirke De-Rabbi Eliezer.
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Eliezer b. Hyrcanus, late 1st-early 2nd century CE, Israel , the most important student of Rabban Yohanan Ben Zakkai and head of the Academy in Lod, it was composed probably in Italy shortly after The author seems to have been from Eretz Israel: customs to which he refers are known to have existed only there. In the printed texts there are fifty-four chapters, whereas in the MS. The translator's page Introduction is an exhaustive study of the relationship of P.
The author's aim is to show the great ethical value of many bibilical episodes, reveal their beauty and meaning in daily life. The book abounds with legends and stories, and although composed late, the tradition it draws upon is quite old. The book is composed possibly of three parts.
follow link The book is written in excellent taanitic Hebrew in style, which borders at times on poetry; especially when it deals with the days of Moshiach, to which subject many passages are devoted.