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Title & Author Format Holdings Editions From To
What was authoritative for Chronicles? by Ben Zvi, Ehud, 1951-
DDC/LCC
  1598 14 2011 2014
The scientist's role in society; : a comparative study by Ben-David, Joseph
DDC/LCC
  1038 23 1971 1984
Medieval Jewish mysticism : Book of the pious by Judah ben Samuel, approximately 1150-1217
DDC/LCC
  935 207 1537 2018
[Ḥizuk emunah], or, Faith strengthened by Troki, Isaac ben Abraham, 1533-1594
DDC/LCC
  801 275 1602 1999
Ḳitsur Shulḥan ʻarukh by Ganzfried, Solomon ben Joseph, 1804-1886
DDC/LCC
  783 328 1800 2020
Centers of learning : Britain, France, Germany, United States : an essay by Ben-David, Joseph
DDC/LCC
  650 24 1977 2017
David Ḳimḥi's Hebrew grammar (Mikhlol) by Kimhi, David, approximately 1160-approximately 1235
DDC/LCC
  599 320 1323 2001
<> by Vital, Ḥayyim ben Joseph, 1542 or 1543-1620
LCC
  579 532 1600 2017
American higher education: directions old and new by Ben-David, Joseph
DDC/LCC
  552 13 1972 1972
Henryk Grossman works : essays and letters on economic theory by Grossmann, Henryk, 1881-1950
DDC/LCC
  527 14 2018 2020
A compendious and most maruelous history of the latter times of the Iewes common-weale : beginning where the Bible, or Scriptures leaue, and continuing to the vtter subuersion and last destruction of that countrey and people. Written in Hebrue by Ioseph Ben Gorion, a noble man of the same countrey, who savve the most thinges himselfe, and was author and dooer of a greater part of the same. Translated into English, by Peter Morwyn, of Magdalen Colledge in Oxford by Joseph ben Gorion, ha-Kohen
LCC
  446 34 1602 1608
English essays from Sir Philip Sidney to Macaulay : with introductions and notes by Macaulay, Thomas Babington Macaulay, 1800-1859
DDC/LCC
  444 5 1909 1937
The wonderful, and most deplorable history of the later times of the Jews : with the destruction of the city of Jerusalem : which history begins where the Holy Scriptures do end by Josephus, Flavius
DDC/LCC
  439 25 1669 1722
A compendious and most marueilous historie of the latter tymes of the Iewes common weale : begynnyng where the Bible or scriptures weale, and contynuyng to the vtter subuersion and last destruction of that countrey and people. Written in Hebrue by Ioseph Ben Gorion, a noble man of the same countrey, who saw the most things hym selfe, and was aucthour and dooer of a great parte of the same. Translated into Englysh by Peter Morwyn, of Magdalen Colledge in Oxforde by Morwen, Peter [Translator; Other]
LCC
  425 27 1575 1579
The commentary of Rabbi David Kimḥi on Psalms CXX-CL by Kimhi, David, approximately 1160-approximately 1235
DDC/LCC
  409 14 1927 1973
Scientific growth : essays on the social organization and ethos of science by Ben-David, Joseph
DDC/LCC
  354 11 1990 1991
Fundamental research and the universities; : some comments on international differences by Ben-David, Joseph
DDC/LCC
  352 30 1961 1969
Sefer Torat ḥovot ha-levavot by Baḥyah ben Yōsef ben Paqūdah, 11e E
DDC/LCC
  330 109 1800 2017
Agricultural planning and village community in Israel by Ben-David, Joseph
DDC/LCC
  316 7 1964 1964
The wonderful and most deplorable history of the latter times of the Jews : with the destruction of the city of Jerusalem : which history begins where the Holy Scriptures end by Joseph ben Gorion, ha-Kohen
LCC
  272 19 1662 1819
A compendious and most maruellous historie of the latter times of the Iewes common-weale : Beginning where the Bible, or Scriptures leaue, and continuing to the vtter subuersion, and last destruction of that countrieand people. Written in Hebrew by Ioseph Ben Gorion, a nobleman of the same countrey, who saw the most things himselfe, and was the author and doer of a greater part of the same. Translated into English, by Peter Morvvyn, of Magdalen Colledge in Oxford: And now newly corrected and amended by the said translator by Joseph ben Gorion, ha-Kohen
LCC
  251 28 1561 1615
A compendious and moste marueylous history of the latter times of the Iewes commune weale : beginnyng where the Byble or Scriptures leaue, and continuyng to the vtter subuersion and laste destruction of that countrey and people. Wrytten in Hebrewe by Ioseph Ben Gorion, a noble man of the same countrey, who sawe the most thynges hym selfe, and was auctour and doer of a great part of the same. Translated into Englyshe by Peter Morvvyng of Magdalen Colledge in Oxford by Joseph ben Gorion, ha-Kohen
LCC
  222 19 1561 1561
The vvonderful, and most deplorable history of the latter times of the Jews : and of the city of Hierusalem. Beginning where the Holy Scriptures do end. Written first in Hebrew, and now made more methodical and corrected of sundry errors by Joseph ben Gorion, ha-Kohen
LCC
  218 12 1652 1653
The wonderful, and most deplorable history of the later times of the Jews : with the destruction of the city of Jerusalem. Which history begins where the Holy Scriptures do end. By Josephus Ben Gorion. Whereunto is added a brief of the ten captivities ; with the pourtrait of the Roman rams, and engins of battery, &c. As also of Jerusalem ; with the fearful and presaging apparitions that were seen in the air before her ruins. Moreover, there is a parallel of the late times and crimes in London, with those in Jerusalem by Howell, James, 1594?-1666 [Other]
LCC
  217 11 1673 1673
The scientist's role in society : a comparative study : with a new introduction by Ben-David, Joseph
DDC/LCC
  210 8 1971 1984
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