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Music score
1 score (10 pages) : 1 illustration, 1 facsimile ; 30 cm.
Music Library
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392 pages ; 21 cm
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206 pages ; 21 cm.
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166 pages ; 21 cm
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29 pages : color illustrations ; 23 cm
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6. ʻAtidah = Atida [2017]

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195 pages ; 21 cm
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266 pages : color illustrations ; 27 cm
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  • [1]. Pesaḥ
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  • Mador Me-otsar ha-melekh
  • Mador Devar ha-melekh
  • Mador Ba-ḳodesh penimah
  • Mador Bene melakhim
  • Mador Hekhal ha-Torah
  • Mador Hekhal halakhah
  • Shalshelet yuḥasin.
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  • Vor- und Dankwort
  • Sigla und Abkürzungen
  • Tabellenverzeichnis
  • Einleitung
  • Höflichkeit
  • Der Begriff der Höflichkeit
  • Höflichkeit in der modernen Linguistik
  • Das Konzept von face und das Modell von Brown, Levinson
  • Unhöflichkeit : ein neu studiertes Phänomen
  • Partikeln und (Un)höflichkeit
  • Partikeln, Abtönung, Modalität
  • Höfliche oder freche Partikeln?
  • Die Sicht des Übersetzers
  • Die Übersetzbarkeit des Phänomens
  • Die antiken Bibelübersetzungen
  • Septuaginta
  • Pšītṭā
  • Vulgata
  • Die Partikel ... in der Geschichte der hebraistischen Forschung
  • Polyfunktionale Deutung
  • Monofunktionale Deutung
  • Eine Logische Partikel : T. O. Lambdin (1973), S. Fassberg (1994)
  • Ein Höflichkeitsmarker : T. Wilt (1996), A. Shulman (1999), E. Jenni (2001-2005)
  • Eine propositive Partikel : B. Christiansen (2009)
  • Das Problem der Etymologie und die komparative Perspektive
  • Die Partikel ... und der sog. Adhortativ
  • Monofunktional vs. Polyfunktional?
  • Vorbemerkungen
  • Zum Verständnis der Emphase
  • Der Multi-Level-Zugang zu den Partikeln
  • Partikel ..., Diskursebenen und Nebeneffekte
  • Die Partikel ... in den narrativen Texten
  • Genesis
  • Problemstellen
  • Exkurs 1 : das Verhältnis zwischen ... und ... und dessen Verständnis in der LXX und in der Vulgata
  • LXX
  • Pšītṭā
  • Vulgata
  • Exodus und Numeri
  • Problemstellen : Ex 10,11LXX.VG
  • ... : Stellen
  • LXX
  • Pšītṭā : die Funktion von ...
  • Vulgata : der Fall von ergo und Verwandtem
  • Richter
  • Problemstellen
  • LXX : ... - eine neue Tendenz
  • Pšītṭā
  • Vulgata
  • Samuelbücher
  • Problemstellen
  • LXX und Pšītṭā
  • Vulgata
  • Königsbücher
  • Problemstellen
  • LXX
  • Pšītṭā : ein sog. dativus commodi für ...?
  • Vulgata
  • Das Chronistische Geschichtswerk
  • LXX
  • Pšītṭā
  • Vulgata
  • Exkurs 2 : Überschüsse der lateinischen Bittausdrücke in den narrativen Texten
  • Bemerkungen zur Funktionsdeutung der Partikel in den narrativen Texten
  • Die nicht-prophetischen poetischen Texte
  • Das Buch der Psalmen
  • LXX und ihre Tochterübersetzungen
  • Pšītṭā
  • Vulgata und Psalterium iuxta Hebraeos
  • Das Buch Ijob
  • Problemstellen
  • LXX
  • Pšītṭā
  • Exkurs 3 : ... in der Pšītṭā
  • Vulgata
  • Bemerkungen zur Deutung der Partikel in Ps und Ijob
  • Die prophetischen Texte
  • Jesaja
  • Problemstellen
  • LXX und Pšītṭā
  • Vulgata
  • Bemerkungen zur Deutung der Partikel im Jesajabuch
  • Jeremia
  • Problemstellen
  • LXX
  • Pšītṭā
  • Vulgata
  • Bemerkungen zur Deutung der Partikel im Jeremiabuch
  • Die übrigen prophetischen Schriften
  • Problemstellen
  • LXX : ein Unterschied in der Vorlage?
  • Pšītṭā : Micha als Sonderfall
  • Vulgata
  • Bemerkungen zur Deutung der Partikel in Ez und Dodekapropheton
  • Konklusionen
  • Glossar ausgewählter Begriffe
  • Literaturverzeichnis
  • Autorenregister
  • Stellenregister.
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16. ʻEmeḳ ha-shedim [2017]

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191 pages ; 21 cm
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xi, 341 pages ; 25 cm.
  • List of Abbreviations Introduction Part One The Hebrew Bible and Its Jewish Interpretive Presuppositions and Polemics 1. The Place of the Bible in Jewish Religion and Culture: Written and Oral Torah 2. Rabbinic Exegesis in Contradiction to the Simple Meaning of Biblical Texts 3. Theologies and Methodologies in Classical Jewish Interpretation: A Study of Midrash Psalms and Its View of God 4. Encounters and Polemics between Jews, Christians, and Muslims in Medieval Jewish Exegesis 5. A Bridge or a Barrier? Jews, Christians and the Hebrew Bible / Old Testament: The Roots of Jewish-Christian Controversy Part Two Interpretation, Sectarianism, and Disputes Case Studies from Late Second Temple and Rabbinic Judaism 6. The Binding of Isaac: Biblical Narrative in Late Second Temple and Rabbinic Exegesis and Thought 7. The Day of Atonement in the Late Second Temple Period: Disputes between Sadducees, Pharisees, and Qumranites 8. The Hiding of the Temple Vessels in Jewish and Samaritan Literature 9. The Relations between Jews and Arabs-Syrians in Pre-Islamic Jewish Sources 10. Saadia Gaon and Abraham Ibn Ezra and Their Defense of the Written and Oral Torah Conclusion Bibliography Index of Sources.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9789004339101 20170515
Fighting over the Bible explores the bitter conflicts between main stream Jews and their internal and external opponents, especially between particular Jewish groups such as Pharisees, Sadducees, Qumranites, Samaritans, Rabbanites and Karaites, as well as with Christians and Muslims regarding their interpretations of Jewish Scripture. The Hebrew Bible/Old Testament is an important sacred text for all branches of the Abrahamic faiths, but it has more often divided than unified them. This volume explores and exemplifies the roots of these interpretive conflicts and controversies and traces the rich exegetical and theological approaches that grew out of them. Focusing on the Jewish sources from the late Second Temple period through the high Middle-Ages, it illustrates how the study of the Bible filled the vacuum left by the Temple's destruction, and became the foundation of Jewish life throughout its long conflicted history.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9789004339101 20170515
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495 pages ; 25 cm
  • Nitsustse or --- Penine or
  • Meʼore or.
  • ניצוצח א ור --- פניני אור
  • מאורי אור.
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528, 21, 12 pages : facsims ; 25 cm
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320 pages ; 24 cm
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xvii, 489 pages ; 23 cm.
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241, 31e : illustrations (some color) ; 24 cm
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1 volume (unpages)
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226 pages : facsimiles ; 21 cm
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247 pages ; 21 cm.
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475 pages ; 25 cm
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xiii, 318 pages ; 24 cm
"Inspired, border-crossing work by a major American poet and translator Hymns & Qualms brings together MacArthur Fellow Peter Cole's acclaimed poetry and translations, weaving them into a helical whole. Praised for his "prosodic mastery" and "keen moral intelligence" (American Poets), and for the "rigor, vigor, joy, and wit" of his poetry (The Paris Review), Cole has created a vital, unclassifiable body of work that plumbs centuries of wisdom while paying sharp attention to the textures and tensions of the present. He is, Harold Bloom writes, "a matchless translator and one of the handful of authentic poets in his own American generation. Hymns & Qualms is a majestic work, a chronicle of the imaginative life of a profoundly spiritual consciousness." Cole is a maker--of poems and worlds. From his earliest registrations of the Jerusalem landscape's stark power to electric renderings of mystical medieval Hebrew hymns; from his kabbalistically inspired recent poems to sensuous versions of masterworks of Muslim Spain; and from his provocative presentation of contemporary poetry from Palestine and Israel to his own dazzling reckonings with politics, beauty, and the double-edged dynamic of influence, Cole offers a ramifying vision of connectedness. In the process, he defies traditional distinctions between new and old, familiar and foreign, translation and original--"as though, " in his own words, "living itself were an endless translation.""-- Provided by publisher.
"A selection of Cole's award-winning poetry and translations together with new poems"-- Provided by publisher.
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311 pages ; 23 cm.
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107 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm.
  • Vorwort; Adrian Kasnitz
  • Über den Sinn der Sprechblasen; Grafik
  • Über den Dächern von Jerusalem; Grafik
  • Jerusalemumarmt
  • Der große Zauber, Hakesem hagadol, ...
  • Stummer Kran, manof ilem, ...
  • Das Weinen der Sprache
  • Jerusalem hält mich im Arm
  • Jerusalem-Shots
  • Im Rosenkrieg
  • Sprachschrammen
  • Fastentage
  • Ein Versuch
  • Schir nolad : das Gedicht ist da
  • Über den Köpfen der Liebenden; Grafik
  • Liebes-Psalmen
  • Dich in meinen Schoß
  • Der neben dir muss ein Gott sein
  • Voilà la vie
  • Das Reh in mir
  • Ich zappele mit
  • Offenherzig
  • I May-day you
  • Brust Fischernetz
  • Das Schlemmermahl
  • Fischstille
  • In weißen Erdboden versenkt
  • Je suis un solitaire
  • Gehäuse wie diese
  • Ein Bruchstück ballett
  • Eine Geschichte von
  • Worttrauben-Glanz
  • Unter Bäume gehen
  • In die Stille boxen
  • Traum-Aus
  • Poesie & Polterabend
  • Joie douloureuse
  • Süden über meinem Buch
  • Die Zebras
  • Hirn in Klammern
  • Restlos Hoheslied
  • Die Geliebte entglitt ihr
  • Bin ich nicht umzäunt umsäumt
  • Psalmen-Anbruch
  • Lebenslampen Seelenflämmchen
  • Über den Dächern von Köln; Grafik
  • Kölner Wolken
  • Müngersdorf mystisch
  • November-Bahnhof
  • Uhren fielen in den Rhein
  • Befreundet mit Melaten
  • Alte Liebe
  • 4711
  • Brinkmanns Nacht
  • Menschen wie schwarz Uhr nachts
  • Mir übers Haupt zwei Türme
  • Synagoge an der Roonstraße
  • Venloer Finsternis
  • Flughafen Köln, Bonn
  • Domplatte im Licht
  • Von der Brücke gesprochen
  • Von Balkon zu Balkon im Belgischen Viertel
  • Über das Herz der Poesie; Grafik
  • Nachwort; Dr. Karin Lorenz-Lindemann
  • Bücherstrauß
  • Über die Gefühle hinaus; Grafik
  • Biographisches
  • Das Reh in mir : ein Cartoon; Grafik
  • Inhalt
  • Die Gedanken sind frei; Grafik.
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244 pages ; 21 cm
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382 pages ; 20 cm.
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ix, 123 pages ; 29 cm.
  • 1. Discovery and description of the Leviticus scrolls and some related texts
  • 2. Transcription of the Leviticus scrolls with variant readings
  • 3. Variant readings in order by chapter and verse
  • 4. The use of Leviticus in the scrolls by chapter and verse
  • 5. The use of Leviticus in the scrolls by scroll
  • 6. Leviticus at Qumran: concluding thoughts on text and interpretation.
In Leviticus at Qumran: Text and Interpretation Robert A. Kugler and Kyung S. Baek provide an indispensable reference work for understanding how the Book of Leviticus shaped the people of Qumran and their texts. Focusing on issues central to the Qumran community's identity-sacrifice, priesthood, purity, and holiness-Leviticus played a pivotal role in the group's self-understanding. The volume presents all of the texts of Leviticus from Qumran with their variants (with contributions from Eugene Ulrich and Peter Flint), lists over three hundred and fifty uses of Leviticus in the scrolls from Qumran, and provides brief summaries of each of those uses. It provides all the data necessary to explore how Leviticus shaped the people of the scrolls.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9789004329782 20170206
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83 p. : ill. ; 21 cm
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206 pages ; 22 cm
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153 pages : illustrations, portraits, facsimiles ; 24 cm
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462 pages ; 21 cm.
Jasmine returns from her two year army service, having served under a charismatic but abusive commanding officer. She moves in with her mother in New York to pursue education and a new life and recover from heartbreak. Along the way starts a blog about romance and relationships. However, the blog becomes corosive to her well-being and Jasmine needs to figure out who the man is and what he wants from her.
"החיים הם מלחמה, " קוראת יסמין בהסתייגות את משפט הפתיחה של המדריך לשוברות הלבבות בלוג שחברותיה המליצו לה עליו בחום. לטענתן, אם תאמץ את חוקיו תהפוך משבורת לב סדרתית לשוברת לבבות מיומנת. אך לאחר שנתיים של שירות בצה"ל, שבמהלכן ריסק את לבה קצין כריזמטי ונצלן, יסמין מרגישה ששבעה ממלחמות, והיא חוזרת לבית אמה בניו יורק בכוונה להתמקד בלימודים באוניברסיטה, בבילויים עם חברות ובשיקום ביטחונה העצמי. הרומנטיקה, לדידה, תיאלץ להמתין עד שתרגיש חזקה מספיק לשוב לשדה הקרב. אלא שהבלוג מצליח לסקרן אותה, והיא מופתעת לגלות שכשהיא מאמצת את חוקיו, ביטחונה העצמי אכן מתחזק, אף על פי שחלק מההוראות נראות לה מוזרות ביותר, כמו ההמלצה למצוא לעצמה "יזיז נפש", שתיאורו תואם להפליא את אחד מחברי הילדות שלה. אטאט יסמין מתאוששת משברון הלב ומרשה לעצמה להתאהב, ואפילו ביותר מגבר אחד. אך משום מה נדמה לה שחוקי הבלוג קולעים יותר ויותר לחייה האישיים, באופן מצמרר אפילו. כאילו מי שכותב אותם מכיר אותה היטב ומשחק בה כרצונו. היא מתחילה לחשוד במרבית הסובבים אותה, אך לא מצליחה להבין מי מהם מעוניין לנהל את חייה בשלטרחוק ומהו המניע האפל שלו. עד שהתשובה נוחתת עליה כרעם ביום בהיר וטורפת מחדש את הקלפים
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348 pages ; 23 cm
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volume ; 26 cm
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382 pages ; 21 cm
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178 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm.
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45. Meḥol ha-shedim [2017]

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272 pages; 21 cm
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240 pages, 16 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations ; 23 cm
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74 pages ; 19 cm
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xvii, 504 pages ; 25 cm.
  • Introduction
  • Reception
  • The Aqedah in rabbinic literature
  • The sources
  • Exegetical topics
  • Haggadah
  • The Aqedah in the jewish middle ages
  • Liturgy
  • Art, literature, politics
  • The Aqedah in theology and philosophy
  • The texts
  • Choice
  • Absent : kabbalah
  • Medieval jewish bible exegesis
  • On the Aqedah
  • Saadya Gaon
  • Abraham Ibn Ezra
  • Rashi
  • Rashbam and Bekhor Shor
  • Tosafist Commentaries
  • David Kimhị
  • Maimonides
  • Nahṃanides
  • Bahỵa Ibn Hạlawa
  • Nissim Gerondi
  • Joseph Ibn Kaspi
  • Gersonides
  • Various authors
  • Isaac Arama
  • Isaac Abrabanel
  • Moses Mendelssohn and Solomon Dubno
  • Four basic positions
  • Texts
  • Saadya Gaon on genesis 22
  • Introduction
  • The Tafsīr
  • The commentary
  • Translation
  • Abraham Ibn Ezra : commentary on genesis 22
  • Introduction
  • On the Aqedah
  • Translation
  • Rashi : commentary on genesis 22, 1-20
  • Introduction
  • On the Aqedah
  • Translation
  • The school of Rashi
  • A colleague and two pupils
  • On the Aqedah
  • Translations
  • The tosafist commentaries
  • Introduction
  • Tosafist topics
  • Translations
  • David Kimhị : commentary on genesis 22, 1-19
  • Introduction
  • On the Aqedah
  • Translation
  • Moses maimonides : guide of the perplexed III, 24
  • Introduction
  • On the Aqedah
  • Trial : test or demonstration
  • Prophecy
  • Translation (from the hebrew of Samuel ibn Tibbon)
  • Moses Nahṃanides
  • Introduction
  • Translations
  • Bahỵa ben Asher : commentary on genesis 22
  • Introduction
  • Three senses
  • On the Aqedah
  • Translation
  • Joseph Ibn Kaspi
  • Introduction
  • On the Aqedah
  • Translations
  • Nissim Gerondi : commentary on genesis 22 ; homily
  • Introduction
  • On the Aqedah
  • Translations
  • Gersonides : commentary on genesis 22
  • Introduction
  • On the Aqedah
  • Translation
  • Various authors : minor contributions
  • Judah ha-Levi
  • Abraham Maimuni : commentary on genesis 22
  • Jonah Gerondi, derasha on proverbs 11, 17
  • Hạsdai Crescas
  • Josef Albo on 'sufferings of love'
  • An anonymous sermon
  • Obadiah Sforno : commentary on genesis 22
  • Isaac Arama : 'Aqedat Yisḥạq, chapter twenty-one
  • Introduction
  • On the Aqedah
  • Translation
  • Isaac Abrabanel : commentary on genesis 22
  • Introduction
  • On the Aqedah
  • Translation
  • Coda : moses mendelssohn in the be'ur
  • Introduction
  • On the Aqedah
  • Translation
  • Midrashic sources
  • Appendices
  • Abraham's ten trials
  • Avot V, 3
  • The book of jubilees
  • Rabbinic sources
  • Jonah Gerondi, derasha on proverbs 11, 17, Wa-Yera
  • Maimonides commentary on the mishnah (Avot V, 3)
  • The ten things created at dusk
  • Isaac's age and the chronology of Abraham's life
  • The lexicography of nissa and nissayon
  • "After caught"
  • Bibliography
  • Abbreviations
  • General
  • Books of the hebrew Bible
  • Tractates of Mishnah, Tosefta and Talmud
  • Midrash collections
  • Text editions and translations
  • Reference works and secondary literature
  • Indexes.
This book describes how medieval Jewish Bible scholars sought to answer the question of what is meant by the Angel's message from God to Abraham: 'Now I Know', as written in Genesis 22 verse 12. It examines these scholars' comments on the nineteen verses in Genesis that tell the story of Abraham's readiness to sacrifice his own son Isaac, the Aqedat Yishaq. It explores the answers they found to the question of what, indeed, this story is trying to tell us. Is it a drastic way to condemn the practice of child sacrifice? Does it call for replacing human sacrifices with animal sacrifices? Is it a trial by which the Almighty tests the fidelity of one of His followers? Or is it His way to show the world the nature of true belief? The book starts with an introduction to familiarize readers with the many and varied manifestations of the Aqedah theme in Jewish culture and with the developments of medieval Jewish Bible exegesis in general. Next, it offers translations and analyses of the classical medieval Jewish Bible commentaries that deal with the exegesis of Genesis 22, exploring the many angles from which the Aqedah story has been understood. No less than five centuries of medieval Aqedah exegesis are reviewed, from Saadya (882-942) to Isaac Abrabanel (1437-1508). These texts from the commentaries are combined with hermeneutical key passages by Moses Maimonides, Joseph Ibn Kaspi, Hasdai Crescas, and others, which were familiar to the minds of the exegetes, or which, conversely, reflect the impact of biblical Aqedah exegesis on religious thought. Together, the passages discussed illustrate the growth and development of Jewish Bible exegesis in dialogue with the rabbinic sources and with the various trends of thought and theology of their times. The consistent focus on the Aqedah constitutes a unifying theme, while the insights presented here greatly advance our understanding of the various developments in medieval Jewish Bible exegesis.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9783319475202 20170605
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2 volumes : 1 facsimile ; 24 cm
  • Ḥeleḳ 1. Shaʻare śimḥah / petiḥah rabati mi-Maran Admor sheliṭa ; Bet avot - toldot ; Toldot Maran Rabenu he-Ḥatan Sofer z. y. ʻa. ; Beniyot ba-ramah / le-Maran Rabenu he-Ḥatan Sofer z. ts. ṿe-ḳ.l. ; Shelom Ester / le-Maran Rabenu he-Ḥatan Sofer z. ts. ṿe-ḳ.l. ; Derekh ḥayim / le-Maran Rabenu he-Ḥatan Sofer z. ts. ṿe-ḳ.l. ; Orḥot ḥayim / le-Maran Rabenu he-Ḥatan Sofer z. ts. ṿe-ḳ.l.
  • Ḥeleḳ 2. Maʻaneh śimḥah / le-Maran Rabenu ha-Maʻaneh śimḥah z. ts. ṿe-ḳ.l. ; Shem mi-Shemuʼel 1-2 / le-Maran a.b.d. ḳ.ḳ, Maṭersdorf z. ts. ṿe-ḳ.l.
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791 pages ; 23 cm
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