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Published by Cambridge University Press in Cambridge .
Written in English


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Statementedited and translated by Joshua Baker and Ernest W. Nicholson.
SeriesUniversity of Cambridge oriental publications -- no. 22
ContributionsBaker, Joshua, Nicholson, Ernest W.
LC ClassificationsBS1429"K56
The Physical Object
Paginationxxxii, 190 p.
Number of Pages190
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21130873M
ISBN 100521086701
LC Control Number72-78889

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The Commentary of Rabbi David Kimḥi on Psalms CXX-CL () The Commentary of David Kimhi on the fifth book of the Psalms, CVII-CL. Edited on the . By Moses Kimhi we have the books of Proverbs and Ezra/Nehemiah and Job. I will focus my attention upon the psalm commentary of David Kimhi. David's introduction to his interpretations of the psalms contains many interesting and somewhat surprising statements about the origin and other aspects of the psalms. Psalms. The Longer Commentary of R. David Kimhi on the First Book of the Psalms by David Kimhi and R.G. Finch; Studies in the Psalms by Edyth Armstrong Hoyt; The Psalter: A Witness to the Divine Origin of the Bible by Talbot W. Chambers; The Shepherd Psalm and Looking Beyond by William Evans; Commentary on the Psalms: Psalms 1–50 by E. Sylvester Berry. Rabbi David Kimhi (ca. ca. ), a Provencal grammarian and biblical exegete, wrote a series of influential peshat (plain sense)-oriented commentaries on Chronicles, Genesis, all the prophetic books, and Psalms that stressed philological analysis of the text on the model of Rabbi Abraham Ibn Ezra.