Bomberg, Daniel

Bomberg, Daniel, a famous Dutch printer of Hebrew, was a native of Antwerp, and settled at Venice, where he established a Hebrew printing-office. He died in 1530. Bomberg published te editio princeps of the entire Babylonian Talmud (1520-23, 12 vols. fol.), the editio princeps of the Jerusalem Talmud (1522-23), the editio princeps of R. Nathan's Hebrew Concordance (1523); but what interests us most is the fact that the famous Rabbinic Bible, edited by Jacob ben-Chajim, was also published by him (1524-25). SEE RABBINIC BIBLES. (B. P.)

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