Document by R. Simeon Oppenheim of Pest 1829 (46515)

מכתב ע"ח מה"ר שמעון אפפנהיים, אב"ד פעסט - Manuscript

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Lot Number: 46515
Title (English): Document by R. Simeon Oppenheim of Pest
Title (Hebrew): מכתב ע"ח מה"ר שמעון אפפנהיים, אב"ד פעסט
Note: Manuscript
City: Pest
Publication Date: 1829
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Physical Description

[1] p., 350:255 mm., light age staining, creased and starting on folds, ink on paper, signed by the Rabbi, and dated.

 

Detail Description

Document signed by R. Simeon b. David Oppenheim (1753-1851), Rabbi of Pest. He was born in Kromau, Moravia, and passed on at Pest. His graveside has become an annual pilgrimage where many wonderful stories are told of miraculous deeds. He seems to have pursued his studies in Prague, where he lived at the end of the eighteenth century. He published: Ammud ha-Shahar (Prague, 1789) variation of of Baruch Lindau's text-book of geography, natural science; Nezer ha-Kodest (Ofen 1831) on religious ethics, which includes major parts of R. Jehiel ben Jekuthiel Anaw's "Ma'alot ha-Middot" (Cremona, 1556); Har ha-Karmel (Prague 1812), novellae on the laws, in the Yoreh De'ah, of menstruation and ritual bath. His father-in-law was R. Loeb Oppenheim, rabbi in Freistadt, from whom he adopted the family name.

 

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