Torah Anthology Bamidbar
Numbers - 2 Volumes: 13-14
The struggles of the Jewish People for 40 years in the desert. The census, the formation of their camp. The rebellion of Korach, the episode of the 12 spies, the capture of the East Bank of the Jordan River.
The Me'am Lo'ez (Torah Anthology) commentary on the Bible was originally written in the Ladino language in Constantinople, first by Rabbi Yaakov Culi, one of the greatest Sephardic sages of his times. The first books were first published in 1730. Later volumes were completed by successive rabbinic scholars. It is a monumental classical work which weaves halachah and aggadah from the Talmud and the Midrash with the best of the later commentaries to produce an exceedingly thorough, yet immensely readable, work. The Torah Anthology is a clear, modern translation. These volumes are among the best commentaries ever written on the Torah - in any language. They are a veritable enclyclopedia of Jewish knowledge.
Torah Portions included per volume:
- Volume 13 First Journeys: BeMidbar, Naso, BeHa'alosecha, Sh'lach
- Volume 14 Final Wanderings: Korach, Chukas, Balak, Pinchas, Mattos, Masei
- By Rabbi Yitzchok Culi
- Translated by: Rabbi Aryeh Kaplan
- 6.25"x9"Publisher: MoznaimPart of the "Torah Anthology Tanach" series.