Abraham Firkovich

Abraham Firkovich

Avraham ben Shmuel Firkovich (1786–1874) was born in Lutsk, Volhynia, then lived in Lithuania, and finally settled in Çufut Qale, Crimea. A famous Karaite writer, archeologist, and collector of ancient manuscripts, Firkovich's chief work was his Abne Zikkaron, containing the texts of inscriptions discovered by him (Wilna, 1872) which is preceded by a lengthy account of his travels to Daghestan.

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סדור תפילות הקראים | Weekday and Sabbath Prayers based upon the Karaite Prayerbook of Abraham Firkovich (2002)

Contributed on: כ״ו באייר ה׳תשע״ו (2016-06-03) by Nehemia Gordon | Abraham Firkovich |

An index to the Karaite prayer services for weekday and sabbath mornings and evenings, as derived from the prayerbook of Abraham Firkovich (1871) by Nehemia Gordon, . . .


תפלת בקר של שבת | Sabbath Morning Prayer, based upon the Karaite Prayerbook of Abraham Firkovich (1871)

Contributed on: י״ג בניסן ה׳תשע״ט (2019-04-17) by Nehemia Gordon | Abraham Firkovich |

The Sabbath morning service according to a Karaite Prayerbook adapted from one printed by Abraham Firkovich in 1871. . . .


תפלת ערב של שבת | Sabbath Eve Prayer, based upon the Karaite Prayerbook of Abraham Firkovich (1871)

Contributed on: י״ג בניסן ה׳תשע״ט (2019-04-17) by Nehemia Gordon | Abraham Firkovich |

The Sabbath eve service according to a Karaite Prayerbook adapted from one printed by Abraham Firkovich in 1871. . . .


תפלת בקר של חול | Weekday Morning Prayer, based upon the Karaite Prayerbook of Abraham Firkovich (1871)

Contributed on: י״ג בניסן ה׳תשע״ט (2019-04-17) by Nehemia Gordon | Abraham Firkovich |

The weekday morning service according to a Karaite Prayerbook adapted from one printed by Abraham Firkovich in 1871. . . .


תפלת ערב של חול | Weekday Evening Prayer, based upon the Karaite Prayerbook of Abraham Firkovich (1871)

Contributed on: י״ג בניסן ה׳תשע״ט (2019-04-17) by Nehemia Gordon | Abraham Firkovich |

The weekday evening service according to a Karaite Prayerbook adapted from one printed by Abraham Firkovich in 1871. . . .