Sunday, February 15, 2009

Mishpatim sources

by aliyah
rishon (Shemot 21:1)
sheni (21:20)
shelishi (22:4)
revii (22:27, half-sefer in pesukim)
chamishi (23:6)
shishi (23:20)
shevii (23:26)
maftir (24:15)
haftara (Yirmeyahu 34:8-22; 33:25-26)

by perek
perek 21 ; perek 22 ; perek 23 ; perek 24

Judaica Press Rashi in English
Shadal (and here)
Daat -- with Rashi, Ramban, Seforno, Ibn Ezra, Rashbam, Rabbenu Bachya, Midrash Rabba, Tanchuma+, Mechilta, Gilyonot.
Gilyonot Nechama Leibovitz (Hebrew)
Tiferes Yehonasan from Rav Yonasan Eibeshitz
Chasdei Yehonasan -- not until Terumah
Toldos Yitzchak Acharon, repeated from Rav Yonasan Eibeshitz -- not until Terumah
Even Shleimah -- from Rabbi Shlomo Zalman Ehrenreich
R' Saadia Gaon's Tafsir, Arabic translation of Torah (here and here)
Collected commentary of Saadia Gaon on Torah
Torah Temimah
Kli Yakar (and here)
Zohar, with English translation
Baal Haturim
Baal Haturim (HaAruch)
Torat Hatur
Ibn Janach
Rabbenu Ephraim
Ibn Caspi
Dubno Maggid
Imrei Shafer, Rav Shlomo Kluger
Ateret Zekeinim
Mei Noach
Arugat HaBosem
Yalkut Perushim LaTorah
R' Yosef Bechor Shor
Ibn Gabirol
Rabbenu Yonah
Rashbam (and here)
Aderet Eliyahu (Gra)
Kol Eliyahu (Gra)
Mipninei Harambam
Sefer Zikaron of Ritva -- not until Ki Tisa
Chiddushei HaGriz
Noam Elimelech
Michlal Yofi
Nesivot Hashalom

The following meforshim at JNUL. I've discovered that if you click on the icon to rotate sideways, change to only black and white, select only the portion which is text, it is eminently readable on paper.
Ralbag (pg 127)
Baal HaTurim (27)
Rabbenu Bachya (115)
Chizkuni (68)
Abarbanel (179)
Shach (110)
Paneach Raza (43)
Yalkut Reuveni (pg 97)
Sefer Hachinuch (pg 19)
Aharon ben Yosef the Karaite (106)

Daat, Rashi In Hebrew (perek 21)
Judaica Press Rashi in English and Hebrew
MizrachiMizrachi (on Rashi, 113)
Gur Aryeh (Maharal of Prague)
Siftei Chachamim
Berliner's Beur on Rashi
Commentary on Rashi by Yosef of Krasnitz
R' Yisrael Isserlin (on Rashi, 9)
Two supercommentaries on Rashi, by Chasdai Almosnino and Yaakov Kneizel
Rav Natan ben Shishon Shapira Ashkenazi (16th century), (JNUL, pg 79)
Levush HaOrah
Yeriot Shlomo (Maharshal)
Moda L'Bina (Wolf Heidenheim)
Dikdukei Rashi
Mekorei Rashi (in Mechokekei Yehuda)
Yosef Daas
Nachalas Yaakov
Also see Mikraos Gedolos above, which has Rashi with Sifsei Chachamim

Daat, Ramban in Hebrew (perek 21)
R' Yitzchak Abohav's on Ramban (standalone and in a Tanach opposite Ramban)
Kesef Mezukak
Kanfei Nesharim
Rabbi Meir Abusaula (student of Rashba)

ibn ezra
Daat, Ibn Ezra in Hebrew (perek 21)
Mechokekei Yehudah (Daat)
Mechokekei Yehudah (HebrewBooks)
Mavaser Ezra
R' Shmuel Motot (on Ibn Ezra, pg 23)
Ibn Kaspi's supercommentary on Ibn Ezra, different from his commentary (here and here)
Mekor Chaim, Ohel Yosef, Motot
Avi Ezer
Tzofnas Paneach
Ezra Lehavin
Also see Mikraos Gedolos above, which has Ibn Ezra with Avi Ezer

Targum Onkelos opposite Torah text
Targum Onkelos and Targum Pseudo-Yonatan in English
Shadal's Ohev Ger
Chalifot Semalot
Avnei Tzion -- two commentaries on Onkelos
Bei`urei Onkelos
Or Hatargum on Onkelos
Targum Yonatan
Commentary on Targum Yonatan and Targum Yerushalmi
Septuagint (Greek, English)
Origen's Hexapla (JNUL)

Tanach with masoretic notes on the side
Commentary on the Masorah
Minchas Shai
Or Torah
Taamei Masoret
Masoret HaKeriah
Shiluv Hamasorot
Masoret HaBrit HaGadol
Rama (but based on alphabet, not parsha)
Vetus Testamentum

Midrash Rabba at Daat (21)
Midrash Tanchuma at Daat (21)
Shemot Rabba, with commentaries
Midrash Tanchuma with commentary of Etz Yosef and Anaf Yosef
Commentary on Midrash Rabba by R' Naftali Hirtz b'R' Menachem
Matat-Kah on Midrash Rabba
Nefesh Yehonasan by Rav Yonasan Eibeshutz

haftarah (Yirmeyahu 34:8-22; 33:25-26)
In a separate Mikraot Gedolot -- with Targum, Rashi, Mahari Kara, Radak, Minchat Shai, Metzudat David.
In a chumash, with Alshich, Mahari Kara, Malbim, Abarbanel
Rashis in English, from Judaica Press
Daat, with links to
Gutnick edition
Ibn Janach
Aharon ben Yosef the Karaite, pg 79


Anonymous said...

Just a few Points of interest and questions from the Rabbenu Bachya for you.
1) First in כא, יט in his discussion on doctors he says only healing external wounds is that literal or does it men Physical versus Psychological?
2) Then in כא, כז by "סקל יסקל השור" he says I believe it’s a Chazal in Nissan the Satan dances on the bull's horns what does that mean?
3) A very interesting point he makes in יז, כב is the Source for Church Bells that come from Oyav and Yidoni quoting "Sifrei HaKishufim" I will leave the expanding on this point to you especially if you could find one of these books?
4) He brings down that the Minhag not to eat Fish and Milk is when they are cooked together!!!(Now I guess Sephardim can Have Bagel and Lox Too) and the whole concern is getting Tazras also quotes the Moreh that the reason for not eating Meat and Dairy is because The Idol worshippers do it on their Holidays.
5) In כג, כג he points out the גרגשי are no longer there because they left Israel not to fight the Jews where did they go?
6)In כז,כג There is talk of this creature the צרעה it says מין עוף than says it is like a Mosquito and bee Which is it bird or bee or in those days was it one and the same and Do we have a poison spitting creature that flies and blinds you these days?
7) And in א, כד last point of interest the source for the Angel matron name and its Greek and Latin source in the torah.

joshwaxman said...

interesting questions. I'll see if I can get to them this week.


joshwaxman said...

i am posting about (1) and (2). Thanks again. In terms of (3), he is pulling a lot of this from Derashot HaRamban, Torat Hashem Temima. I don't have access to it, so I don't think I'd be able to trace it. I don't know which of the Sifrei Kishufim Ramban was referring to.



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