Jewish mysticism / Joseph Dan.
Jerusalem : J. Aronson
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
v. 1. Late antiquity. 1998.
v. 2. The Middle Ages. 1998.
v. 3. The modern period. 1999.
v. 4. General characteristics and comparative studies. 1999.
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