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Hatarat Nedarim (Remission of vows), Mantua 1756

התרת נדרים והתרת קללות - Liturgy

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  • Lot Number 51417
  • Title (English) Hatarat Nedarim (Remission of vows)
  • Title (Hebrew) התרת נדרים והתרת קללות
  • Note Liturgy
  • City Mantua
  • Publisher דפוס רפאל חיים מאיטאליה
  • Publication Date 1756
  • Estimated Price - Low 300
  • Estimated Price - High 600

  • Item # 1936966
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Physical Description

6 ff., octavo, 180:124 mm., usual light age and damp staining, wide margins. A very good copy bound in the original paper wrappers.

Rare.

 

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Hatarat Nedarim, remission of vows, is conducted prior to the High Holidays. This declaration is made in the presence of three people that serve as a Bet Din (Rabbinical court). It absolves a person from vows he made and from customs which he accepted upon himself. Both men and women are required to make Hatarat Nedarim. Customarily, however, a husband represents his wife when he stands before the Bet Din for Hatarat Nedarim. In fact, the text that we use explicitly mentions that one seeks absolution of his own vows as well as the vows of his wife. Furthermore, women customarily attend the Kol Nidreh service on Yom Kippur, which is also effective in annulling one’s vows.

 

Hebrew Description

התרת נדרים בלבד.
 

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Bibliography of the Hebrew Book 1470-1960 # 000306345