Ben Ezra

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Ben Ezra:

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, c.1089–1164, Jewish grammarian, commentator, poet, philosopher, and astronomer, b. Tudela, Spain. He traveled widely and wrote a number of ethical treatises, poems, and other works.
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It is rather fully expressed as a whole, in two of Browning's best known and finest poems, 'Rabbi ben Ezra,' and 'Abt Vogler.
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Abenezra (Avraham Ibn Ezra, 1089-1167) was a Spanish rabbi, immortalized in Robert Browning's poem "Rabbi Ben Ezra.
Ra'anana mayor Ze'ev Bielski, who spoke to the victim, Yair Ben Ezra, said Ben Ezra told him he suspected the stabber.
The most famous genizah was in Cairo at the Ben Ezra synagogue.
Stokl Ben Ezra argues for a distinction between older (Caves 1 and 4) and newer (Caves 2, 3, 5, 6, and 11) scroll deposits.
Located in the heart of Fustat, the Ben Ezra Synagogue was a center of prayer, study and celebration for Egyptian Jews from at least the 10th century.
The documents were part of the Cairo Genizah collection found in the "sacred storeroom" of the Ben Ezra Synagogue in Egypt's capital and brought back to the UK in 1896.
With the Ben Ezra Synagogue subtly nestled in the complex of churches, this special neighbourhood serves as a perfect display of the three heavenly religions embraced in Egypt.
Reste a mentionner d'autres lieux touristiques au Caire comme : le parc Al-Azhar, le Musee d'Arts islamiques, le palais d'Abdine, le palais d'Al-Manial, le tour du Caire, le synagogue Ben Ezra, l'Eglise Sainte Barbara, la mosquee Ibn Tulun et le musee Gayer-Andersen, la mosquee Al-Azhar, la vieille ville du Caire, la mosquee Al-Fath, la mosquee Al-Hakim, l'Ele Gezira, l'Ele Roda, la cite de morts, Bab El-Ftouh, le quartier islamique, le Khan El-Khalili, la mosquee Ar-Rifai, les mosquees et medersas du Sultan Hassan, le musee copte du Caire, la Townhouse gallery et la villa Empain.
Spoken by a Victorian capitalist and by a Scotsman who works on one of this magnate's ships, this pairing not only links the two men to each other but also yokes "The Bishop Orders His Tomb" to "Rabbi Ben Ezra.