Seder Seliḥot mi-kol ha-shanah ke-minhag Elzos, Furth? 1726 (49373)

סדר סליחות : מכל השנה כמנהג עלזוז

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Lot Number: 49373
Title (English): Seder Seliḥot mi-kol ha-shanah ke-minhag Elzos
Title (Hebrew): סדר סליחות : מכל השנה כמנהג עלזוז
Note: Custom of Alsace
Author: R. Abraham Abele Gombiner
City: Fuerth?
Publication Date: 1726
Estimated Price: $300.00 USD - $600.00 USD
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Physical Description

80 ff., quarto, 204:165 mm., nice margins, light age, use and damp staining, old hands. A good copy boundcontemporary boards, rubbed.


Detail Description

Penitential liturgies for the High Holiday period, Monday and Thursday fasts, the four fast days, sick children, plague, and other occasions following the rites of Alsace. Alsace, former province of the Germanic (Holy Roman) Empire, and from 1648, of France, including the present department of Haut-Rhin and Bas-Rhin. Its Jewry, basically Ashkenazi, developed individual characteristics, in certain ritual matters. The Selihot of the Alsatian rite (Minhag Elzos), has been published several times in at least ten editions (for the first time in Frankfort, 1725).


Hebrew Description

 סדר סליחות : מכל השנה כמנהג עלזוז : נדפס מחדש ... גם הוספתי הסימנים מהסליחות אשר נהגו במדינות עלזוז ... שהוא מנהג קולמר ... באותיות אמשטרדם.

ויאמר ה' ס'ל'חת'י' כ'ד'ב'רך תקכ"ו



Bibliography of the Hebrew Book 1470-1960 #000106730; EJ; JE; Michael Or ha-Hayyim, 93; Yaari, Mehkirei Seforim p. 389