Ez Shatul - [Sefer ha-Ikkarim], R. Gedaliah Lipschuetz, Frankfort am Oder 1788 (50800)

עץ שתול ע"ס עקרים

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Lot Number: 50800
Title (English): Ez Shatul - [Sefer ha-Ikkarim]
Title (Hebrew): עץ שתול ע"ס עקרים
Author: R. Gedaliah b. Solomon Lipschuetz
City: Frankfort on the Oder
Publisher: Widow of Prof. Grilla
Publication Date: 1788
Estimated Price: $200.00 USD - $500.00 USD
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Physical Description

[7], 3-94 ff., folio, 340:205 mm., usual light age and damp staining, wide margins,. A very good copy bound in recent boards.

 

Detail Description

Sefer ha-Ikkarim ("Book of Principles"), a famous treatise on Jewish articles of faith, by R. Joseph Albo with the commentary Ez Shatul by R. Gedaliah b. Solomon Lipschuetz of Lublin. R. Gedaliah b. Solomon Lipschuetz of Lublin (16th–17th century), Polish scholar, author, and Jerusalem emissary. Lipschuetz was a pupil of R. Meir b. Gedaliah (the Maharam) of Lublin. In 1618 he immigrated from Poland to Erez Israel. On the way he stayed in Prague where he obtained from the local scholars, R.Solomon Luntschitz and R. Isaiah ha-Levi Horowitz (the Shelah), commendations for his work Ez Shatul. That same year he proceeded to Venice, where he published that work, and where he also proofread the collection of responsa of his teacher R. Meir, which were published that year, with the title Manhir Eynei Hakhamim. From there he continued to Erez Israel and settled in Jerusalem. He was there in 1626 during the oppression of the Jews of Jerusalem at the hands of the tyrannical governor Muhammad ibn Farukh. When Farukh was dismissed the following year, and the heads of the Jerusalem community sent emissaries to the Diaspora to solicit aid in reconstructing the community, Lipschuetz was sent to the Balkans. At the beginning of the summer of 1629 he was in Belgrade, where he endorsed a halakhic responsum of R. Judah Lerma).
           

Hebrew Description

... והוא ספר עקרים ... עם באור ... ר' גדליה בן הח"ר שלמה (ליפשיץ) יצ"ו ... בשם עץ שתול ...

דף [א, א]: הקדמת המו"ל, חלקה בחרוזים. עם הגהות המו"ל, ר' צבי הירש ב"ר מאיר בטשווי' [באשוויץ], המשולבות בתוך ה"שרשים" ולפעמים בשולי הדפים.

הסכמות: ר' יחזקאל סג"ל לנדא, פראג, ח"י תמוז תקמ"ה; ר' יוסף [תאומים], פפד"א, כג מרחשוון תקמ"ח.


 
References:

Bibliography of the Hebrew Book 1470-1960 #000109913; EJ