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Letter by R. Eliezer Hayyim ben Abraham Deutsch, Bonyhad 1913

מכתב מה"ר אליעזר דייטש, אב"ד באניהאד, במ"ס שיח השדה - Manuscript - Hasidic

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  • Lot Number 51464
  • Title (English) Letter by R. Eliezer Hayyim ben Abraham Deutsch
  • Title (Hebrew) מכתב מה"ר אליעזר דייטש, אב"ד באניהאד, במ"ס שיח השדה
  • Note Manuscript - Hasidic
  • City Bonyhad
  • Publication Date 1913
  • Estimated Price - Low 1,000
  • Estimated Price - High 2,000

  • Item # 1948369
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Physical Description

Postcard, [2] p., 9:14.5 mm., age staining, creased and cracked with minor loss, ink on card, Ashkenazi script by the Rabbi, signed, and dated.

 

Detail Description

Letter by R. Eliezer Hayyim ben Abraham Deutsch (1850–1916) was a Hungarian talmudist and author. He was born in Petra, near Kaschaua and studied under. Menahem Eisenstadt of Ungvar, Judah Aszod, and R. Solomon Ganzfried. R. Deutsch was a supporter of the Moriah association for the advancement of Orthodox Judaism, founded in 1905 by Meir Lerner in Altona. A prolific writer, his books, in addition to Peri ha-Sadeh, are Tevu'ot ha-Sadeh in six parts (1892–1904), novellae on talmudic themes with responsa appended to each part; Helkat ha-Sadeh (1901), glosses and notes on the Ara de-Rabbanan of Israel Jacob Algazi; Si'ah ha-Sadeh (1914), aggadic novellae on the Torah and for festivals. Published posthumously are: Zemah ha-Sadeh (1917), novellae and responsa on the problems of agunot; and Duda'ei ha-Sadeh (1929, published by his son, Moses), responsa and a selection of rulings with respect to the laws of mourning. In the Yizrah Or of David Meldola, there is an appendix by R. Deutsch, Omer ha-Sadeh, that comprises the laws for determining the New Moon. Halakhic queries were addressed to R. Deutsch from many parts of the world.

 

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