מגלת קהלת : עם באור קצר ומספיק להבנת הכתוב על פי פשוטו ... / [מהחכם משה מענדעלזאהן].
מגלת קהלת [משאב אלקטרוני]
תנ"ך. קהלת. תק"ל.
Berlin (Germany)-place of publication
מנדלסון, משה, 1729-1786
ברלין : איצק שפייאר
בעותק 1 הדף האחרון בצלום.
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Ecclesiastes / [Ernst Neizvestny, illustrations]. The black sun of Koheleth / Yakov Kumok ; [translation from the Russian, Tatyana Butkova].Book
Koheleth = קהלת : the book of Ecclesiastes in Hebrew and English / with a Talmudic-Midrashic commentary by Yitzḥak I. Broch.Book
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