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Ben Yehoyada v. 3-4, R. Joseph Hayyim of Baghdad, Jerusalem 1900-02

בן יהוידע חלק ג-ד - First Edition

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  • Lot Number 51036
  • Title (English) Ben Yehoyada v. 3-4
  • Title (Hebrew) בן יהוידע חלק ג-ד
  • Note First Edition
  • Author R. Joseph Hayyim ben Elijah of Baghdad (Ben Ish Hai)
  • City Jerusalem
  • Publisher הרי"ד פרומקין
  • Publication Date 1900; 1902
  • Estimated Price - Low 500
  • Estimated Price - High 1,000
  • ConsignorName Halperin

  • Item # 1819176
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Physical Description

First edition, [2], 87, [2], 111 ff., folio, 327:198 mm., titles with gild letters, wide margins,  light age staining. Very good copies bound in contemporary boards, rubbed and starting.

 

Detail Description

Commentaries to the aggadic portions of the Babylonian Talmud by R. Joseph Hayyim b. Elijah Al-Hakam (1833 or 1835–1909), was born in Baghdad, he studied with his maternal uncle, R. David Hai b. Meir. In 1848 he began to study under R. Abdallah Somekh. He succeeded his father (1859) as preacher, a post he held until his death. In 1869 he visited Erez Israel. In 1876 Jacob Obermeier of Vienna, who had come to Baghdad to teach French, insulted R. Joseph Hayyim. The community excommunicated him and compelled him to request the rabbi's pardon. Al-Hakam was renowned as a great halakhic authority who instituted many takkanot. He wrote some 60 works on all aspects of Torah, only a few of which have been published. He is best known for his Ben Ish Hai. His other published works include Ben Yehoyada (1898–1904), five volumes of commentaries to the aggadic portions of the Babylonian Talmud and Rav Pe'alim (1901–12), responsa. He wrote approximately 200 piyyutim and pizmonim, about 50 of which are incorporated in the liturgy of Baghdad Jewry; the rest are still in manuscript.

 

Hebrew Description

... באורים ופרושים וישובים על דברי אגדה ... בתלמוד בבלי אשר חנני השי"ת ... יוסף חיים יצ"ו בכמהר"ר אליהו בכמהר"ר משה חיים זצ"ל ... חלק א-ה

שם הספר ומקום הדפוס בחלק א-ב והשערים כולם בחלק ג-ד בדיו מוזהבת.

חלק א: ברכות ושבת. דפוס האחים סאלאמאן. תרנ"ח. [2], נט; מז, [2] דף.

חלק ב: עירובין, פסחים, יומא, ראש השנה, סוכה, ביצה. דפוס הרי"ד פרומקין. תרנ"ט. [2], צג, [1] דף.

חלק ג: מגילה, תענית, חגיגה, מועד קטן, יבמות, כתובות, גיטין. שנת אתה ס’ת’ר’ לי דפוס הרי"ד פרומקין. [תר"ס]. [2], פז, [1] דף.

חלק ד: נדרים, נזיר, סוטה, קדושין, קמא, מציעא, בתרא. דפוס הרי"ד פרומקין. שנת מ’ב’ר’כ’ת’ [תרס"ב]. [2], קיא דף.

חלק ה: עד סוף התלמוד. דפוס הרי"ד פרומקין. שנת ב’ו’נ’ה’ י’ר’ו’ש’ל’י’ם’ ה’’ [תרס"ד]. [2], קיא דף.

 

References

Bibliography of the Hebrew Book 1470-1960 #000135604; EJ

 

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