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Mishnah commentary in Judeo-Arabic, Seder Moed (from the middle of tractate Eruvin) and Seder Nashim - in two volumes.

 Mishnah commentary in Judeo-Arabic, Seder Moed (from the middle of tractate Eruvin) and Seder Nashim - in two volumes.

Mid 12th century. Autograph. Sefardi semi-cursive script. Heb. 4° 5703.
180 p. 430 x 280 mm.

Headings written in Sefardi square script. Author's handwritten corrections and emendations. Notes added in the margins by his son Abraham He-Hasid, David ha-Nagid II and others. Purchased in Damascus in 1908 by the Toledano brothers who sold it to David Solomon Sassoon (collection no. 72-73) and his descendants. Acquired by the Jewish National and University Library in 1975.

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Seder mo'ed

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