Jarden Dov, PhD; Mathematician, linguistic, editor of middle ages Hebrew poetry and a writer.
Was born on 01/17/1911, in Motele (Pinsk region), Poland; immigrated to Israel on 1934, died on 09/29/1986 in Jerusalem, Israel.
Married Rachel Urinatein, had 3 sons; Moses, Yaakov and Amotz, and two daughters; Lea and Tama.
Studied at: Byala-Podalska Yeshiva, Pinsk Yeshiva, Shasletz Yeshiva, Barnovitz Yeshiva, kobron Yeshiva, Tachkemony Seminary, Warsaw Yeshiva (where he obtained his Rabbinical Diploma); The Hebrew University (where he obtained his M.S. degree in Mathematics and PhD in Hebrew Literature and language).
Teaching at primary and high schools in Jerusalem and Bney-Brak, at the Judaism College, Los Angeles, California, United States; and in the University of Haifa.
Scientific editing: The Hebrew language dictionary of E. Ben Judea; The academic historical dictionary, the Hebrew language Academy; New dictionary of A. Even Shoshan; Otzar Halashon Haivrit of Y. Knaani. Description of the Hebrew manuscripts, Hebrew union college, Cincinnati, Ohio, United States;
Advertisings, writing and publication
Mathematics: Sheets of Mathematics and Physics for the studying youth, 1944-7; Mathematics quarterly, 1950-9; 3 Mathematical books in English.
Linguistics, lexicography: The Hebrew spelling dictionary with A.
Even Shoshan, 1954; dialects and proverbs in their changing), 1956 ; Otzar Rashei Teivot with S. Ashkenazi, 1965; a complete Hebrew Spanish-dictionary with A.Komey, 1967; Brikot (brilliant ideas) book.
The middle ages Hebrew poetry: Leshon Mahbarot Emanuel Haromi,1957 ; Mahbarot Emanuel Haromi; Divan Shmuel hanagid (Ben Tehilim), 1966 ; Divan Shmuel hanagid (Ben Mishlei); Divan Shmuel hanagid (ben Kohelet); Sfunei Shira, 1967; Shirei Hahol lerabbi Shlomo Iben Gvirol a-b, 1975-6; Shirei Hakodesh lerabbi Shlomo Iben Gvirol, a-b; rabbi Judea Halevy a-d,1978 ; new songs to rabbi Elazr ben Yakov Habavli; lamentations to the rabbi Joseph Ben Sheshet Iben Latimi; A monument for Tshura.
Original poetry: The poets of my youth, 1979.
Children's Literature: In the kingdom of silence, an ancient myth, 1972.
Translations: Shalom Aleichem, new stories, 1975; the sanguine flower, written by Srgi Timobibits Akskob ; From home to home, poems written by Sara Shabat.
Publicized hundred articles in the aforesaid fields in books, manuals and different newspapers.