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Koren Five Megillot, Hebrew/English, Personal size, Hardcover Hardcover – April 18, 2016
by Adin Steinsaltz (Author)
The Koren Five Megillot features an entirely new translation, with concise but incisive commentary by Rav Adin Even Israel Steinsaltz. It is lavishly illustrated by the renowned Israeli artist, Leela Ganin. Available both in Hard Cover for synagogue use or well-priced Paperback for personal or bulk purchase.
About the Author
Rabbi Adin Steinsaltz is a teacher, philosopher and spiritual mentor who has been hailed by Time Magazine as a "once-in-a-millennium scholar." Born in Jerusalem in 1937, Rabbi Steinsaltz studied physics and chemistry at the Hebrew University. In 1965, he embarked on a life-long mission to make the Talmud, Judaism's central text of law, ethics, customs and history, accessible to all. He has since accomplished the monumental tasks of translating and developing commentaries on the Talmud into modern Hebrew, English, Russian and French. In addition, Rabbi Steinsaltz has established a network of schools in Israel and the former Soviet Union, and has authored some 60 books and hundreds of articles. Rabbi Steinsaltz lives in Jerusalem.
Publisher: Koren Publishers Jerusalem (April 18, 2016)
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