One was Moses but many are his faces. Starting with the Hebrew Bible, continuing with Jewish literatures throughout history (Second Temple literature, rabbinic literature, medieval commentaries, modern literature, thought and art.) the character of Moses keeps changing and developing through the eyes of the beholder, it's time, tendency and the nature of the genre. The course will follow the different phases of Moses' character and try to understand what motives are behind them.
Moses' Face: Moses' images as reflected in Jewish literatureヘブライ大学（Hebrew University of Jerusalem）
ヘブライ大学（Hebrew University of Jerusalem）
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