Johannes Buxtorf

[[Title page Johannes Buxtorf (December 25, 1564September 13, 1629) was a celebrated Hebraist, member of a family of Orientalists; professor of Hebrew for thirty-nine years at Basel and was known by the title, "Master of the Rabbis". His massive tome, ''De Synagoga Judaica'' (1st. ed. 1603), scrupulously documents the customs and society of German Jewry in the early modern period.

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by Yehudah ha-Leṿi 1079-1140
Published 1547
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Published 1590
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Published 1601
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Published 1601
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by Buxtorf, Johann 1564-1629
Published 1602
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by Buxtorf, Johann 1564-1629
Published 1603
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by Buxtorf, Johann 1564-1629
Published 1603
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Published 1603
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Published 1603
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Published 1603
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by Buxtorf, Johann 1564-1629
Published 1605
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by Buxtorf, Johann 1564-1629
Published 1609
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