Description: Living in thirteenth-century Spain, Rabbi Moshe ben Nachman was a man whose life was intertwined with the most fascinating issues of the day. The Ramban provides an unusually vivid and realistic description of the life and times of one of the great scholars of the ages. From the pages of this exciting book emerges the image of an extraordinary man who left a lasting impact for all future generations.
By Yaakov Dovid Shulman
(238 Pages)Ages 8-11, 12+ Publisher: C. I. S., 1993
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