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The Resource Sefer Menorat ha-maʼor, ḥibro Yitsḥaḳ Abohab ... ṿe-hosafnu bo ... beʼur ha-milot [sic] zarot

Sefer Menorat ha-maʼor, ḥibro Yitsḥaḳ Abohab ... ṿe-hosafnu bo ... beʼur ha-milot [sic] zarot

Label
Sefer Menorat ha-maʼor
Title
Sefer Menorat ha-maʼor
Statement of responsibility
ḥibro Yitsḥaḳ Abohab ... ṿe-hosafnu bo ... beʼur ha-milot [sic] zarot
Title variation
Menorat ha-maʼor
Creator
Contributor
Former owner
Printer
Publisher
Subject
Genre
Language
heb
Summary
Commentary on the system of moral laws explained in the Talmud and one of the most popular works of its sort among Jews in the Middle Ages.
Member of
Cataloging source
PU
Citation location within source
  • 5294 (6)
  • page 332
  • volume I, page 4
  • 257
  • vol. 1, p. 625, no. 1
  • 2216
  • Mantovah 136
Citation source
  • Steinschneider, M. Cat. librorum hebraeorum
  • Amram, D.W. Makers of Hebrew books in Italy
  • Fürst, J. Bibliotheca judaica
  • Cowley
  • Wolf, J.C. Bibliotheca Hebraea
  • Friedberg Bet Eked
  • Vinograd
Index
no index present
LC call number
BJ1287
LC item number
.A15 1562
Literary form
non fiction
Summary expansion
It was first printed at Constantinople in 1514; the present edition is probably the third. Mantua was one of the principal centers of Hebrew printing in Italy
Label
Sefer Menorat ha-maʼor, ḥibro Yitsḥaḳ Abohab ... ṿe-hosafnu bo ... beʼur ha-milot [sic] zarot
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Date of printing from colophon: "Ṿa-tehi hashlamato yom 1, she-hu Purim ḳaṭan shenat 323 [=7.2.1563?]."
  • "Be-shem ha-shutafim Efrayim bar Yitsḥaḳ, ... Meʼir bar Mosheh Hailperon z.l. mi-Ṿenetsiʼah, ṿeha-sofer Meʼir bar Efrayim me-Padovah"--Title page
  • "Ba-defus she-hu be-tokh ha-migdal ʻoz meha-shaʻot meha-nadiv Mese.[r] Yaḳomo Rufinelo" -- colophon
  • Signatures in Hebrew characters and Arabic numerals: 14 2-196 204
  • Woodcuts: architectural title page featuring an arch and two wavy columns typical of imprints by of the publisher/printer partnership of Meir b. Ephraim the Scribe and Jacob ben Naftali Cohen of Gazolov (for image, see Amram, page 329); printer's device at end of colophon, featuring a small woodcut cartouche containing a rampant lion
  • Text printed in Hebrew type, in two columns
  • BHB describes a copy [at JNUL?] which states in the colophon: "Ba-defus she-hu be-tokh ha-migdal ʻad meha-shaʻot meha-aḥim Mese.[r] Filotarsi ṿe-Ḳalidano Filoponi" -- compare David Amram, The makers of Hebrew books in Italy, p. 325
Dimensions
31 cm (folio)
Extent
116 leaves
Note
Spec. Coll. copy: Bound in modern blue marbled paper over blue leather boards; edges stained red; new endpapers. Blue ownership inkstamps on title page of the Jüdisch-Theologisches Seminar in Breslau ("Eigenthum des Jüdisch-Theol. Seminars zu Breslau"), founded in 1854 for the training of rabbis. Its library was destroyed by the Nazis in 1937; blue ownership inkstamp of Dr. B. Beersche Bibliothek. Purchase, A. Sokol, 1991.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)122922968
  • ucoclc122922968
Label
Sefer Menorat ha-maʼor, ḥibro Yitsḥaḳ Abohab ... ṿe-hosafnu bo ... beʼur ha-milot [sic] zarot
Publication
Note
  • Date of printing from colophon: "Ṿa-tehi hashlamato yom 1, she-hu Purim ḳaṭan shenat 323 [=7.2.1563?]."
  • "Be-shem ha-shutafim Efrayim bar Yitsḥaḳ, ... Meʼir bar Mosheh Hailperon z.l. mi-Ṿenetsiʼah, ṿeha-sofer Meʼir bar Efrayim me-Padovah"--Title page
  • "Ba-defus she-hu be-tokh ha-migdal ʻoz meha-shaʻot meha-nadiv Mese.[r] Yaḳomo Rufinelo" -- colophon
  • Signatures in Hebrew characters and Arabic numerals: 14 2-196 204
  • Woodcuts: architectural title page featuring an arch and two wavy columns typical of imprints by of the publisher/printer partnership of Meir b. Ephraim the Scribe and Jacob ben Naftali Cohen of Gazolov (for image, see Amram, page 329); printer's device at end of colophon, featuring a small woodcut cartouche containing a rampant lion
  • Text printed in Hebrew type, in two columns
  • BHB describes a copy [at JNUL?] which states in the colophon: "Ba-defus she-hu be-tokh ha-migdal ʻad meha-shaʻot meha-aḥim Mese.[r] Filotarsi ṿe-Ḳalidano Filoponi" -- compare David Amram, The makers of Hebrew books in Italy, p. 325
Dimensions
31 cm (folio)
Extent
116 leaves
Note
Spec. Coll. copy: Bound in modern blue marbled paper over blue leather boards; edges stained red; new endpapers. Blue ownership inkstamps on title page of the Jüdisch-Theologisches Seminar in Breslau ("Eigenthum des Jüdisch-Theol. Seminars zu Breslau"), founded in 1854 for the training of rabbis. Its library was destroyed by the Nazis in 1937; blue ownership inkstamp of Dr. B. Beersche Bibliothek. Purchase, A. Sokol, 1991.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)122922968
  • ucoclc122922968

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