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Paulus Ricius (-1541)

Ricius was humanist, translator, and apostate. Ricius was one of the few converted Jews of the age who made a serious contribution to Christian HebraismThe works which Ricius published include translations of Jewish and Muslim texts and original writings, mainly on mystical themes. It is, above all, as one of the architects of the Christian Kabbalah that Ricius is now mainly remembered.

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Ad principes, magistratus, populosque Germanie, in Spirensi conventu. Pauli ricii, oratio. [Augsburg, in officina Alexander Weißenhorn (I)], 1530 >> | >>

Ad principes, magistratus, populosque Germaniae, in Spirensi conventu, Pauli ricii, oratio. [Wien, Hieronymus Vietor, 1529] >>

Apologetica, et spiritali eruditione plena, ad pontificem maximum in allegorizantiaum dogma. Oratio. [Nürnberg, Friedrich Peypus, 1523] >>

Apologetica, et spiritali eruditione plena, in allegorizantium dogma, nuper recognita oratio. [Augsburg, Simprecht Ruff], 1525 >> | >>

Apologetica Pauli ricii ad eckiana responsa narratio. [Augsburg, Sigmund Grimm, Marx Wirsung, 1520] >> |>> | >> | >> | >>

Concisa et arcana de modo orandi in nomine tetragrammaton responsio de anima coeli compendium in psalmum beatus vir commentariolum lepida et litterae undique concinna in psalmum beatus vir meditatio naturalia et prophetica de anima coeli omni attentione digna adversus eckium examina Pauli ricii talmudica novissime in Latinu versa periocunda commentariola. Naturalia et prophetica de anima coeli omni attentione digna adversus eckium examina. Lepida et litere undique concinna in psalmu beatus vir meditatio. Concisa et arcana de modo orandi in nomine tetragrammaton responsio. Responsio ad interrogationem de nomine tetragrammaton. [Augsburg, in officina excusoria Sigmund Grimm et Marx Wirsung, 1519] >> |>> |>> |>> | >> |>> |>>

De anima coeli compendium. [Augsburg, impensis Sigmund Grimm et Marx Wirsung, 1519] >>|>>|>>

De coelesti agricultura. Augsburg, per Heinrich von Augsburg Steiner, 1541 >>

De novem doctrinarum ordinibus et totius peripatetici dogmatis nexu compendium in cabalistarum seu allegorizantium eruditionem isagoge Paulus ricius de sexcentum et tredecim mosaice sanctionis edictis eiusdem philosophica prophetica ac talmvdistica disputatio eiusdem in cabalistarum seu allegorizantium, eruditionem ysagogae eiusdem de novem doctrinarum ordinibus compendium: conclusiones atque oratio cabala philosophica prophetica ac talmudistica pro Christiana veritate tuenda. [Augsburg, Johann Miller, 1514-1515] >>|>>

In apostolorum simbolum Pauli ricii oratoris philosophi et theologi oculatissimi a priori demonstrativus dialogus. [Augsburg, Johann Miller, 1514] >>

Portae lucis, Hec est porta Tetragrãmaton iusti intrabut, [pro] eam. (Colophon: Augsburg, excusa in officina Millerana, anno 1516) >>

Statera prudentum. Christo nazareno regni celorum duci tribunis, antesignanis, et cohortibus crucis compendiarum, et oi attentione dignum hoc Paulj rjcjj opus desudat. [Augsburg, Philipp Ulhart (I)], 1532 >>|>>|>>|>>|>>

Statera prudentum. [Regensburg, per Hans Kohl, 1532] >>

Statera prudentum. Christo nazareno regni coelorum duci, tribunis, antesignanis, et cohortibus crucis compendiariu, et omni attentione dignum hoc Pauli ricii opus desudat. [Strasbourg, Jakob Cammerlander, ca. 1540] >>

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