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THE SACRED BOOKS AND EARLY LITERATURE OF THE EAST

VOLUME IV

MEDIEVAL HEBREW

THE MIDRASH

THE KABBALAH

In Translations by

DR. W. WYNN WESTCOTT, D.P.H., Magus of the Rosicrucian Society; S. L. MATHERS, M.A.; VERY REV. HERMAN ADLER, LL.D., President of Jews' College; ADOLF NEUBAUER, Ph.D., Reader of Rabbinical Literature, Oxford University; REV. SAMUEL RAPAPORT, Rabbi of Cape Colony; DR. MICHAEL FRIEDLANDER, Ph.D.; and other authorities on Hebraic and Kabbalistic lore.

With a Brief Bibliography by

ADOLPH S. OKO, Librarian of Hebrew Union College.

With an Historical Survey and Descriptions by

PROF. CHARLES F. HORNE, PH.D.

PARKE, AUSTIN, AND LIPSCOMB, INC.

NEW YORK LONDON

[1917]

Scanned at Sacred-texts.com, December 2002. J.B. Hare, redactor. This book is in the public domain. This file may be redistributed for any non-commercial purpose, provided this attribution is left intact.
REDACTORS NOTE: This etext does not include the extracts from The Kabbalah Unveiled; a comprehensive etext of which can be found at http://www.sacred-texts.com/jud/tku/index.htm.


The ancient tomb near the Phœnician coast, which tradition says contains the remains of Hiram, King of Tyre, the friend of Solomon.

 

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"Let there be light."--GENESIS I, 3.

"There never was a false god, nor was there ever really a false religion, unless you call a child a false man."--MAX MÜLLER.


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