Abstract

All of Abraham Ibn Ezra's exegetical, grammatical, theological, and scientific compositions, written after his arrival in Rome in 1140, are listed chrono-logically in tabular form. The dates assigned to Ibn Ezra's works range from certain to very probable to probable to unknown; the table includes this information. Each entry in the table is accompanied by a detailed note pre-senting the relevant primary sources and scholarly literature on which the dating is based. The rationale behind the table is that one must consider an author's writings in the order of their composition in order to understand his or her intellectual evolution

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Additional Information

ISSN
1553-3956
Print ISSN
1565-1525
Pages
pp. 13-55
Launched on MUSE
2006-10-02
Open Access
No
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