2 Revised Edition (Concordance of the Bible, Volume 2) [Mandelkern] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. A Hebrew/English Concordance of. Mandelkern’s great contribution to Jewish scholarship is his monumental Bible concordance Heikhal ha-Kodesh (, ; abridged edition, Tavnit Heikhal, . Results 1 – 8 of 8 Concordance of the Bible Vol. 1 Revised Edition by Solomon Mandelkern and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available.

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Nevertheless, in he took part in the First Zionist Congress and later traveled to the United States — to distribute this work. Olomeinu Tradition Mishpacha Horizon. Instructions on how to use the two main paper concordances follow: The two main concordances, discussed below, differ in their decisions concerning many of these issues; for this reason, in some cases it is wiser to use one concordance rather than another. Later he became identified with the Haskalah movement. These sections also explain how A New Concordance is organized alphabeticallyrather than by root, and will give you important information on all of the abbreviations he uses.

Should any definitions be included? Petersburg Universitywhere he was awarded a gold medal for an essay on the parallel passages of the Bible.


FromMandelkern lived in Leipzig, the center of printing and publishing in Germany. In his last years Mandelkern was engaged in the composition of a Talmudic and Midrashic concordance, part of which, probably, was left in manuscript.

Retrieved from ” https: A New Concordance is written entirely in Hebrew, except for a version that has an English introduction. Klausner, Sifrut, 5 2ff.

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About he settled in Leipzig and occupied himself with literary work and with teaching. Even-Shoshan gives you a basic definition or gloss in Modern Hebrew of every word in the Hebrew Bible. Malachi many of its imperfections were corrected. Eited according to the Bodleian Oxford Codex Price: A list of abbreviations is found on pp.

The Mandelkern Biblical Concordance

Jamie Ckncordance, Jul 1,1: Instead, all of these kinds of words are found within the main section of Even-Shoshan. Hadoar32—5; G. He was educated as a Talmudist. Its completeness, clarity, thoroughness, and ease of consultation led to praise from generations of readers, and it was used intensively until the end of the twentieth century.

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Even-Shoshan lists all of the places where a word is found in the Hebrew Bible. Here is some of the most important information it contains:.

Mandelkern, Solomon

This is one of the most useful aspects of A New Concordance and can save massive amounts of time when doing a word study. Solomon Mandelkern About this title: Should the citation be vocalized or unvocalized?


Here are a few tips to help you manage A New Concordance:.

When treating verbs, Even-Shoshan lists the root, the binyanim in which the root is attested, and the various meanings of the root in its particular binyanim. Sefer ha-Shanah4— Each entry begins with a short lexical discussion in Latin and in modern Hebrew.

His main work, however, for which he invested some 20 years of labor, was his concordance to the Bible, Hekhal ha-kodeshissued as well in a shorter version titled Tavnit ha-hekhal At the age of 16 he was sent to Dubno to continue his studies, and for some time he lived in Kock KotskPoland. Should the biblical citation only e. Each entry contains a short lexical discussion in modern Hebrew.

Mandelkern’s output as a writer, poet, and translator of poetry was equally considerable. Where should personal names be listed?