Korban Netanel, R. Jacob Nathanael Weil, Karlsruhe 1755 (49792)

קרבן נתנאל - First Edition - First Hebrew book printed in Karlshrue

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Listing Details

Lot Number: 49792
Title (English): Korban Netanel
Title (Hebrew): קרבן נתנאל
Note: First Edition - First Hebrew book printed in Karlshrue
Author: R. Jacob Nathanael Weil
City: Karlsruhe
Publisher: Johannis Ludwig Jakob Held
Publication Date: 1755
Estimated Price: $300.00 USD - $600.00 USD
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Physical Description

First edition. [2], 148, [3] ff., folio, 318:200 mm., wide margins, light age and damp staining, lower corner foxed on many ff. with repairs affecting letters, stamp. A very good copy bound in modern full leather over boards.

First Hebrew book printed in Karlshrue.


Detail Description

Comprehensive commentary on R. Asher b. Jehiel's commentary to Mo'ed and Nashim. This was the first Hebrew book printed and issued in Karlsruhe. It has since been printed in all editions of the Talmud containing the Rosh.

R. Jacob Nathanael b. Naphtali Zevi Hirsch Weil (1687–1769), studied at the yeshivah of R. Abraham Broda in Prague, and in Metz. Later, he served as head of a yeshivah in Prague. On the expulsion of the Jews from Bohemia in 1744, he was appointed rabbi of the Schwarzwald (Black Forest) district. In 1750 he became rabbi of Karlsruhe.

He also wrote Netiv Hayyim (Fuerth, 1779), annotations to the Shulhan Arukh, Orah Hayyim, and Torat Netanel, responsa and sermons (2 vols., Fuerth 1795).


Hebrew Description

  ... ביאור רחב ... על פסקי הרא"ש מסדר מועד וסדר נשים ... [מאת] ר' נתנאל ווייל, אב"ד דמדינות טורלך ומדינות באדין, ולפנים הי' אב"ד במדינות שווארץ וואלד ואפילנד בק"ק פראג ... בשנת זה היום עשה ה' נ'ג'י'ל'ה' ו'נ'ש'מ'ח'ה' ב'ו'

דף קמח, ב: "חסדי ה' אזכיר את אשר עשה לנפשי", פרטים ביוגראפיים של המחבר ושיר קטן מאת בן המחבר, שמעון הירש, הפותח: שבח אסדר לאל הנאדר.



EJ; Bibliography of the Hebrew Book 1470-1960 #000131042