In this Issue
- Volume 2, 2002
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Table of Contents
- Levi Ben Gerson's Star List for 1336
- pp. 31-57
- Is There an Indian Connection to Sefer yeṣirah?
- pp. 191-199
- Some Recently — Published Books
- pp. 191-302
- Further Thoughts on the Origins of Sefer yeṣirah
- pp. 201-221
- On Gersonides' Knowledge of Languages
- pp. 235-257
- How Much Arabic Did Joseph Kaspi Know?
- pp. 259-270
- Some Jewish Contributions to Iberian Astronomy
- pp. 271-278
- From my Notebooks
- pp. 279-290
- Notes on Contributors
- pp. 303-305
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