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She'elot u-Teshuvot, R. Solomon b. Aderet, Vienna 1812

שאלות ותשובות הרשב"א

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  • Lot Number 51176
  • Title (English) She'elot u-Teshuvot (Rashba)
  • Title (Hebrew) שאלות ותשובות הרשב"א
  • Author R. Solomon b. Aderet
  • City Vienna
  • Publisher דפוס אנטאן שמיד
  • Publication Date 1812
  • Estimated Price - Low 200
  • Estimated Price - High 500

  • Item # 1888193
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Physical Description

[2], 153 ff., tall folio, 375:220 mm., wide margins, usual age and damp staining, ex-lib markings. A good copy bound in recent cloth over boards.


Detail Description

Responsa by R. Solomon b. Abraham ibn Aderet (c. 1235–c. 1310), Spanish rabbi and one of the foremost Jewish scholars of his time, whose influence has remained to this day. The Rashba belonged to a well-to-do family of Barcelona where he lived all his life. His principal teacher was R. Jonah b. Abraham Gerondi and Rashba always refers to him as "my teacher." He also studied under Nahmanides, being considered one of his outstanding students and principal exponent of his "school" in the interpretation of the Talmud. The Rashba headed a yeshivah to which students flocked, even from Germany and other countries. Among his distinguished students were: R. Yom Tov b. Abraham of Seville, R. Shem Tov ibn Gaon, and R. Bahya b. Asher. According to the Rashba , his academy housed valuable manuscripts of the Talmud brought from the Babylonian academies or which had been checked in the academies of Kairouan. It appears that he composed his famous novellae to the Talmud in connection with his lectures to his students. His novellae to 17 tractates of the Talmud have been published: Berakhot (Venice, 1523); Shabbat (Constantinople, 1720); Eruvin (Warsaw, 1895); Bezah (Lemberg, 1847); Rosh Ha-Shanah (in part, Constantinople, 1720,); Megillah (Constantinople, 1720; complete edition, 1956); Yevamot (Constantinople, 1720); Gittin (Venice, 1523); Kiddushin (Constantinople, 1717); Nedarim (ibid., 1720); Bava Kamma (ibid., 1720); Bava Mezia (in part, Jerusalem, 1931); Bava Batra (ibid., 1957); Shevu'ot (Salonika, 1729, and in full, Jerusalem, 1965); Avodah Zarah (in part in Jerusalem, 1966); Hullin (Venice, 1523); Niddah (Altona, 1797 and a complete edition, Jerusalem, 1938).


Hebrew Description

דף [2, ב]: דברי המביא לדפוס, ר’ ישעיה ב"ר הילל אייבשיץ.

כולל אלף ורנה תשובות - פחות הסי’ קכ-קכא, קפא, קצד, רמב-רמג, תעה, תרלח, אלף קב [צ"ל: קא], שנשמטו בידי הצנזורה.



EJ; Heller, 16th Century Hebrew Book; JE; D W. Amram, Makers of Hebrew Books in Italy (1909); Bibliography of the Hebrew Book 1470-1960  # 000105688