Los Angeles: Cherub Press, 1998. First edition. Hardcover. Quarto. 90pp. . Printed white dust jacket with black lettering on the covers and spine. Dark blue textured buckram boards with gilt lettering on the Hebrew-language cover and the spine. An intriguing examination of famed Rabbi Moses de Leon's lesser known commentary on the the seminal first chapter of the biblical book of Ezekiel, which is considered a foundational text for the early Jewish mystical school known as Merkavah mysticism. The content of this critical edition is derived from the most complete copy of the original mediaeval manuscript held in Leiden. Volume 4 from the series "Sources and Studies in the Literature of Jewish Mysticism". Text throughout in Hebrew, with additional title page, publication information, table of contents, and an abstract in English. Dust jacket, binding, and interior all in near fine condition overall. near fine. Item #47329
Hebrew title: פירוש המרכבה לר' משה די ליאון.