ibn-ezra (as he is called) combined in his person irreconcilable contrasts.
ibn-ezra, who also craved sympathy, consoled him in a poem written in the same rhyme and meter as Ibn-Sahal's.
On the whole, ibn-ezra accomplished as little in this branch of learning as in general philosophy.
In the south of323 Spain he became acquainted with the noble and cultured family of ibn-ezra.
During the course of this extensive journey, ibn-ezra made many careful observations, and enriched the vast stores of his mind.
The exposition of the Pentateuch by ibn-ezra is an artistic piece of work, both in contents and in form.
ibn-ezra was induced by straitened circumstances to leave the war-stricken and impoverished city of Toledo.
ibn-ezra was very much surprised, and replied with an epigram, half complimentary, half insulting.
It appears that in his closing years ibn-ezra longed to return to his native land, and began his homeward journey.