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English: The classic, frequently republished edition of Maimonides' Guide in the medieval Hebrew translation by Samuel Ibn Tibbon accompanied by some of the most important medieval commentaries on the work.
|Author||Maimonides and various medieval translators and commentators.|
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|Author||משה בן מימון (רמב"ם)|
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