Mahzor for the High Holy Days, Part II, Salonica 1803 (47859)

מחזור לימים נוראים חלק שני - Liturgy - HIDA

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Lot Number: 47859
Title (English): Mahzor for the High Holy Days, Part II
Title (Hebrew): מחזור לימים נוראים חלק שני
Note: Liturgy - HIDA
Author: R. Hayyim Yoseph David Azulai (HIDA), ed.
City: Salonica
Publication Date: 1803
Estimated Price: $300.00 USD - $600.00 USD
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Physical Description

86, [5], 87-138, [6], 139-148, 151-152, 151-152, 155-156 ff., quarto, 195:144 mm., extra wide margins, light  age, use, and damp staning. A very good copy bound in modern hakf leather and cloth over boards.

 

Detail Description

Part II (of II) prayerbook for Yom Kippur in large, easy to read letters, following the custom of Sephard as edited by R. Hayyim Yoseph David Azulai (known by his Hebrew acronym HIDA, 1724-–1806), halakhist, kabbalist, emissary, and bibliographer. The Hida was born in Jerusalem; he was descended on his father's side from a prominent family of rabbis and kabbalists from Spain while his mother was a daughter of Joseph Bialer who had gone to Erez Israel with R. Judah Hasid in 1770. He studied under some of the outstanding Jewish scholars of his age including R. Jonah Navon, R. Isaac ha-Kohen Rapoport, and R. Hayyim ibn Attar. R. Azulai attained early eminence in Jewish studies and was regarded by the Jewry of the Ottoman Empire and of Italy as the leading scholar of his generation. He was highly esteemed, too, by the Jews of Germany, especially after the publication of his works.

Possessed of great intellectual powers and many-faceted talents, he combined a religious and mystical ardor with an insatiable intellectual curiosity. Added to these were critical ability, a facile pen, and a boundless capacity for work. He spent most of his active years traveling abroad as an emissary of the communities of Erez Israel for the collection of funds for the upkeep of the academies and scholars. He ended his mission in 1778 in Leghorn, where he spent the rest of his life. Many stories are related of the wonders and miracles he performed. Pilgrimages were made to his tomb at Leghorn until 1960, thereafter in Jerusalem where his remains were reinterred.

 

Hebrew Description

כפי אשר נדפס פעם [תקל"ט] ושתים [תקנ"ג] פה שאלוניקי...עתה נדפס פ"ג באותיות קוסטה... ביתר שאת מתפילות וסדרים מהרב חיד"א [חיים יוסף דוד אזולאי] נר"ו... ומגרעות נתן בסדר הכוונות... [א-ב].

על-פי שאלוניקי תקל"ט בשינויים הנזכרים בשער.
[א]: (סליחות, ראש השנה, צום גדליה). שנת ו'ב'י'ו'ם' שמ'חת'כ'ם' ובמועדיכם [תקס"ד]. סה, סז-קכ, קכב-קכז דף.
[ב]: (יום הכפורים). תקס"ג. פו, , פז-קלח, [6], קלט-קנב, קנה-קנו דף.

 

References:

Bibliography of the Hebrew Book 1470-1960 #000172568 (different pagination); Yaari, Shluhei Erez Israel, pp. 645-646; Mispatim Zadikim, Jer. 1935, intro.