Sefer haYashar

Sefer haYashar (Hebrew ספר הישר) means "Book of the Upright One", but Jashar is generally left untranslated into English and so Sefer haYashar is often rendered as Book of Jasher.

Rabbinical treatises[edit]

  • Sefer haYashar, a collection of sayings of the sages from the Amoraim period in Rabbi Zerahiah's Sefer Hayasher
  • Sefer haYashar, a commentary on the Pentateuch by the 12th-century Abraham ibn Ezra
  • Sefer haYashar, by the Kabbalist and philosopher Abraham Abulafia
  • Sefer haYashar, Rabbeinu Tam's 12th-century treatise on Jewish ritual and ethics
  • Sefer haYashar of Zerahiah the Greek, a moral treatise of the 13th century
  • Sefer haYashar (midrash), a 16th-century book of Jewish legends

Other uses[edit]