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94–104, 425. ABRAVANEL, ISAAC (1437–1508) Isaac Abravanel was one of the most important Jewish writers and statesmen of his age. His grandfather Samuel was already prominent in the reign of Juan I, and was contador mayor of Enrique III and treasurer of the queen. He converted to Christianity, however (long before the pogroms of 1491), before attaining these high posts, and took the name Juan Sánchez de Sevilla. Eventually, he determined to return to Judaism, and in order to accomplish this had to flee to Portugal with some of his sons, while others remained as Christians in Castile.
Subah (The Meditation of the Sad Soul), a philosophic study of human nature, discussing the place of human beings in the creation, the good life, repentance (including an analysis of Jonah), and the future world. While often described as neo-Platonic, it also reflects Aristotelian, Kalamic, and other influences. Hebrew text, ed. E. Freimann, 1860; G. Wigoder, 1971. English translation, G. Wigoder, 1969. s ve-tabnit ha-shamavim (The Form of the Earth and the Figure of the Heavens), a work on cosmography, written in 1132; part 1 ofHokhmat ha-h.
3, pt. 1. Frankfurt am Main: G. Schulte-Bulmke, 1959, pp. 168–214. 5 ADAM OF BREMEN Theuerkauf, G. “Die Hamburgische Kirchengeschichte Adams von Bremen. ” In Historiographia Mediaevalis . . Festschrift für Franz-Josef Schmale, ed. Dieter Berg and Hans-Werner Goetz. Darmstadt: Wissenschaftliche Buchgesellschaft, 1988, pp. 118–137. William North ÆLFRIC (ca. 945–ca. 1015) Abbot of Eynsham, sometimes called “Grammaticus” (“the grammarian”), the greatest writer of English prose before the Norman Conquest and the leading scholar of his day.