Yalkut (Heb., ‘compilation’). Title of several Jewish midrashic anthologies. The best-known Yalkut are the Yalkut Shimoni (13th cent.) which covers the whole Bible, the Yalkut ha-Makhiri (14th cent.), and the Yalkut Reuveni (17th cent.) which has been arranged to correspond to the weekly readings of the Torah Scroll.
More From encyclopedia.com
Tamah , Thamah (thā´mə), variant of Tamah. Tamah (tā´mə), in the Bible, family returned from exile. It is also spelled Thamah. Leap Year , bibliography: Ḥ.S. Slonimski, Yesodei ha-Ibbur, ve-Hu Seder Ḥeshbon Ibbur ha-Shanim… (1865); Maimonides, Ma'amarha-Ibbur (1911), ed. by E. Donner; J.… Thomas Bruce 7th earl of Elgin , Thomas Bruce Elgin, 7th earl of, 1766–1841, British diplomat. He served on diplomatic missions to Vienna, Brussels, Berlin, and Constantinople. While… Mocha , Mocha MOCHA (Ar. al-Mukhā ), a port city on the Red Sea coast of *Yemen. It is famous for being the major marketplace for coffee from the 15th to the… Ezra (Bible priest) , Ezra a Jewish priest and scribe who played a central part in the reform of Judaism in the 5th or 4th century bc, continuing the work of Nehemiah and… Press , This article is arranged according to the following outline: Introduction In Australia and New Zealand In Belgium In Canada In Czechoslovakia In Engl…
About this article
Updated About encyclopedia.com content Print Article
You Might Also Like