A critical edition of the Hebrew liturgical poems (from the Cairo Geniza) of Nehemya b. Shelomo (Babylonia, 10th century). The English introduction includes: Hebrew neologism, unknown philosophical-scientific sources in Nehemya's poetry, possible relationships with contemporary Syriac Christianity.
Moses Dar‘ī of Alexandria was the product of both Arab courtly culture and Jewish civilization, and certainly the most gifted poet of medieval Karaism. This collection of his work reflects the tension and blend between his two contrasting backgrounds.
The volume offers a close reading of the Hebrew collection of over five hundred of his writings, based on manuscripts from St. Petersburg, Ramle and New York. This gives good reason to believe that Moses Dar'‘1,133