Ibn-jaish, Baruch

Ibn-Jaish, Baruch a Jewish scholar, flourished at Cordova, in Spain, in the 15th century. He wrote commentaries on the Song of Songs (The blessed Fountain, etc., Constantinople, 1576), and on Ecclesiastes and Job (The blessed Fountain of Job and Ecclesiastes, Constantinople, 1576). "He generally gives the literal explanation of every passage according to the context, and tries to solve the grammatical difficulties of the text." — Kitto, Cyclop. of Bibl. Literature, 2, 357; Furst, Biblioth. Jud. 2, 12.

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