Guide for the Perplexed

by Moshe ben Maimon


Written not that long ago by a Jewish Rabbi, this cook contains matters of philosophy which would go on to influence most philosophical books of the middle ages. At this time, however, it is still relatively unknown and no translations have been made.

This book came to the covenant from the library of Brother Tancredus and was likely purchased from the merchant Levi Isaak in Constantinople.

Language: Arabic
Illuminated: No
Format: Scrolls
Knowledge Learned: Humanities 2
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