Yaakov Halakh leDarkho, David Hayyim Viterbi, Mantua 1782 (49398)

יעקב הלך לדרכו - Only Edition

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Listing Details

Lot Number: 49398
Title (English): Yaakov Halakh leDarkho
Title (Hebrew): יעקב הלך לדרכו
Note: Only Edition
Author: David Hayyim b. Ezriel Viterbi,
City: Mantua
Publication Date: 1782
Estimated Price: $300.00 USD - $600.00 USD

Description

Physical Description

Only edition, folio, broadside, 375:270 mm. creased and starting on folds, tape repairs wih small losses of letters.

 

Detail Description

Poem in eulogy of R. Jacob Raphael ben Simhah Judah Saraval served as rabbi in Venice; born about 1708; died at Venice April, 1782. He published an answer to a treatise by the lawyer Benedetti of Ferrara on the religion and the oath of the Jews. Shortly before his death he was preparing a treatise on the etymology of the names of the "terafim." A letter by him on the Masorah appears in Kennicott's "Dissertatio Generalis" (Brunswick, 1783). His "Dissertazione sull' Ecclesiaste" was contained in Joseph Almanzi's library, now in the British Museum.

 

Hebrew Description

  ...בכי תמרורים ... כי אבדנו ... מרנא ורבנא ר"מ ור"מ ... ר’ יעקב רפאל סראוול זצוק"ל ... וארים קול ... קינה ... הצעיר דוד חיים בכמ"ר עזריאל ויטרבי ז"ל.

קינה מנוקדת: פותחת: הרפו תנומתכם ולא תלינו.

 

References

Bibliography of the Hebrew Book 1470-1960 #000130884; JE; Simonsohn, Mantua, p. 79.