The Torah with Ramban’s commentary translated, annotated, and elucidated
Part of the ‘Artscroll Torah with Ramban’ series.
Complete in one volume.
Now, you will be able to master this essential commentary to the Torah – thanks to the new ArtScroll Edition of Ramban
- Newly typeset text of the Torah text and translation
- Newly typeset Hebrew Rashi and Targum Onkelos text
- Newly typeset Ramban in Hebrew, complete with nikud, punctuation, paragraph breaks, and footnote references for ease of use.
- Phrase-by-phrase translation and elucidation of Ramban
- Added words and phrases for smooth reading and clear understanding
- Introductory notes to set the stage for the commentary
- Thousands of explanatory footnotes
Ramban (Nachmanides) Rabbi Moshe ben Nachman, who lived in 13th-century Spain, was one of the greatest minds in an epoch of great men. He was a leader, a thinker, a Torah and Talmud commentator, a halachic decisor, a successful defender of Judaism against the Church and its Jewish apostates. At the age of 70 he was exiled from his native Aragon, and during the next three years, he wrote the monumental Chumash commentary that has stood the test of over six centuries.
Unexcelled in depth, breadth, scope, and profundity, Ramban’s comprehensive commentary is exceedingly brilliant, exceedingly seminal – and exceedingly complex. Few are those who have mastered this masterpiece.
Now, thanks to a superb group of exceptional scholars, writers, and editors, Ramban’s Chumash commentary is coming alive in English for everyone. Following the renowned pattern of the magnificent Schottenstein Edition of the Talmud and the Sapirstein Edition of Rashi, this classic commentary is presented with unprecedented clarity.
This new Chumash is clear, accurate, and ‘user-friendly’. In short, this treatment of Chumash-Ramban will be the last word for generations to come. When completed, it will be eight volumes of excellence. Enjoy the richness of Ramban’s commentary and see your understanding of the Torah grow as you never imagined it could.
7′ x 10′
Publisher: Artscroll, 2009
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