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It is also quoted many times in the Zohar. It was first published around by the Provence school of Kabbalists; the first printed edition appeared in Amsterdam in The name Bahir is derived from the first verse quoted in the text Job The reason might be that Rabbi Nehuniah's name is at the very beginning of the book, but most Kabbalists actually attribute the Bahir to him and his school.

Some consider it the oldest kabbalistic text ever written. The Bahir is quoted in every major book on Kabbalah, the earliest being the Raavad's commentary on Sefer Yetzirah, and it is cited numerous times by Rabbi Moshe ben Nachman Ramban in his commentary on the Torah.

It is also quoted many times in the Zohar. It was first published around by the Provence school of Kabbalists; the first printed edition appeared in Amsterdam in The name Bahir is derived from the first verse quoted in the text Job The reason might be that Rabbi Nehuniah's name is at the very beginning of the book, but most Kabbalists actually attribute the Bahir to him and his school.

Some consider it the oldest kabbalistic text ever written. Although the Bahir is a fairly small book, some 12, words in all, it was very highly esteemed among those who probed its mysteries.

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Rabbi Judah Chayit, a prominent fifteenth-century Kabbalist, writes, "Make this book a crown for your head. The Bahir is quoted in every major book on Kabbalah, the earliest being the Raavad's commentary on Sefer Yetzirah, and it is cited numerous times by Rabbi Moshe ben Nachman Ramban in his commentary on the Torah.

It is also quoted many times in the Zohar. It was first published around by the Provence school of Kabbalists; the first printed edition appeared in Amsterdam in The name Bahir is derived from the first verse quoted in the text Job The reason might be that Rabbi Nehuniah's name is at the very beginning of the book, but most Kabbalists actually attribute the Bahir to him and his school.