The Koren Humash: Hebrew/English Five Books of Moses, Personal Size

The Koren Humash: Hebrew/English Five Books of Moses, Personal Size

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The Koren Humash is the perfect synagogue Humash. An English translation by Professor Harold Fisch compliments the Hebrew parshiyot, haftarot, megillot and Tehillim in the Koren Tanakh Font. The Humash is printed on Bible paper and bound in companion style to the Sacks and Talpiot Siddurim to provide synagogues and individuals with beautiful two-volume sets.

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The Koren Humash is the perfect synagogue Humash. An English translation by Professor Harold Fisch compliments the Hebrew parshiyot, haftarot, megillot and Tehillim in the Koren Tanakh Font. The Humash is printed on Bible paper and bound in companion style to the Sacks and Talpiot Siddurim to provide synagogues and individuals with beautiful two-volume sets.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9789653011663
Publisher:
Toby Press LLC, The
Publication date:
02/01/2010
Edition description:
Bilingual
Pages:
1300
Product dimensions:
7.25(w) x 5.25(h) x (d)

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Immanuel Jakobovits

The Koren Chumash is a marked contribution towards retaining the specifically Jewish tone of the literary bedrock of Judaism. (Rabbi Immanuel Jakobovits, Former Chief Rabbi of the British Commonwealth)

Meet the Author

Koren Publishers Jerusalem was established in 1962 with the aim of publishing the first fully Jewish Bible in nearly 500 years. With its textual accuracy and innovative graphic design, The Koren Bible quickly became the international standard. In 1981, Koren Publishers introduced The Koren Siddur (Prayerbook), which can be found in nearly every synagogue in Israel. Since then, it has published various editions of the Bible, siddur and other Jewish texts in Hebrew, English and other languages.

The late Harold Fisch was Professor of English at Bar-Ilan University and Founder of its Institute for Literary Research (later the Lechter Institute). He received the Israel Prize for Literary Research in 1999.

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