Epistle to Yemen
- The Jewish National and University Library: Digitized Hebrew version
- Yale University Library Maimonides Exhibit: Rare edition of Igeret Teman ha-nikrah Petah Tikvah (Epistle to Yemen called Gate of Hope) Hanau, 1715
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- daat.ac.il - אגרת תימן - Translated to Hebrew (from Arabic) by Rabbi Nachum Ma'aravi z"l. Version based on the Lipsia (Leipzig?) edition -- (continuation)