SEFER OR HADASH [= OER CHODESCH] VE-HU KEREKH KATAN ME'AT. U-MALE. BIRKHOT HA-MITSVOT U-VIRKHOT HA-NEHENIN [OHR, CHADASH]

Bokhner, Hayim Ben Binyamin Ze?ev, 1609-1684.[Chaim, Haim, Buchner]

Edité par Lemberg [Lvov]: A. Druker,, 1866
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Titre : SEFER OR HADASH [= OER CHODESCH] VE-HU ...

Éditeur : Lemberg [Lvov]: A. Druker,

Date d'édition : 1866

Reliure : HardcoverHardcover

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Cloth, 12mo, unpaged, approximately 156 pages. 19 cm. In Hebrew. Compilation of laws onblessings by R. Hayyim b. Benjamin Ze'eb Bochner, Kabbalist, Talmudist, and grammarian. Bochner was born into one of the wealthiest Jewish families in Kraków, where he established a free rabbinical school in his own house. Later in life, he served the Austrian communities of Ebenfurth and Lackenbach. After the expulsion of 1670, he settled in Fürth, where he lived until his death. The text of Or Hadash encompasses all the birkat ha-mitzvot and birkat ha-nehenin, excepting those pertaining to prayer. Or Hadash incorporates Or Yisrael, by Bochner's teacher R. Israel Ganz, as well as his Birkat ha-Nehenin, which is from Bochners Orhot Hayim (Cracow, 1654) on R. Isaac Tyrnau's Minhagim. Among its contents, in addition to the blessings over food, are benedictions for a talit katan, tefillin, talit gadol, fixing a mezuzah, lulav, Hanukkah lights, dam betulah, sanctification of God's name, visiting the ill, comforting mourners and accompanying a body to its burial (Heller, The 17th c. Heb. Book, 2010) . SUBJECT(S) : Benediction -- Judaism. Judaism -- Liturgy. First published in Amsterdam, 1671. OCLC lists 5 copies worldwide: NYPL, JTS, UCLA, Ohio State, NLI. Owner's stamp on title page. In modern half-cloth library binding. Age-toned, with minor staining at edges. Very Good condition. (RAB-60-5). N° de réf. du libraire 35705

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