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  Abhandlung über den Siddur des Schabtai ha-Sofer [Shabbethai Ben Isaac] aus Przemysl [FIRST PRINTED EDITION]  
  Auf Grund der einzigen Handschrift in der Bibliothek des Bet ha-Midrasch in London  

Author Shabbethai Ben Isaac ha-Sopher [Schabtai ha-Sofer] / Berliner, A. [Abraham, Adolf] [Ed. & Intr.]
Place of Publication Frankfurt a. M.
Publication Name J. Kauffmann
Year 1909
Language(s) Hebrew German
FIRST EDITION. This book marks the first printing of the hitherto unknown introduction to the thorough linguistic commentary on the Jewish prayer book by Shabbethai Ben Issac ha-Sofer, the renowned 17th century grammarian. The book is in Hebrew save for a 13-page introduction in German to B. Isaac`s life and work by the renowned Jewish-German historian and theologian Abraham Berliner. 220x155mm. XVIII+82 pages. Marbled quarter-cloth Hardcover. Cover worn and stained. Cover edges worn. Spine bumped in several places. 1 small wormhole extends throughout the book, including the cover - NO damage to text. Two slightly smaller holes extend from the rear endpaper to page 57, with very little damage to several letters in the text - text still readable. Pen inscription on whitepage. Hebrew title page and pages 3-13 and VI-VIII stained near edges with no damage to text. Pages slightly yellowing. [SUMMARY]: This eloquent treatise on the language of the Jewish prayer-book has suffered some damage, but is still in good reading condition.
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Catalog Index Number AR 689 005

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