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Wednesday, November 29, 2017 - 17:00

344 . "Shevet Mussar," Jerusalem, 1863

Shevet Mussar, sections 1-2 [separate title page for each section]. 52 chapters of mussar and sermons regarding repentance, by Rabbi Eliyahu HaKohen of Izmir. Jerusalem [1863]. At the press of Yechiel Bril, Michel HaKohen, Yoel Moshe Solomon.

Rabbi Eliyahu HaKohen HaItamri of Izmir [Otzar HaRabbanim 2129] was the son of Rabbi Shlomo HaItamri. He was a prominent Izmir sage, who passed away in 1729. This was the first one of his works to be printed. He authored Medrash Talpiot, Me'il Tzedaka, Medrash Eliyahu and more. Poetic owner notations. according to the printers' introduction, this is the first book printed under their partnership. Shoshana HaLevi 85. 

[2], 58; [59-130] leaves. 21 cm.

Stains. Tears in the margins of the title page. Spine partially detached. Worn binding.

Moderate condition. 

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