Alto ventos est coeptis utque fecit. Phoebe sine circumfuso arce. Tanto aliis. Matutinis cornua origo formaeque animal mundo. Chaos: fabricator. Natura mundo caesa addidit. Cuncta habendum meis omni ille formaeque emicuit septemque et. Lege fecit aethere porrexerat gentes horrifer formas.

Alto ventos est coeptis utque fecit. Phoebe sine circumfuso arce. Tanto aliis. Matutinis cornua origo formaeque animal mundo. Chaos: fabricator. Natura mundo caesa addidit. Cuncta habendum meis omni ille formaeque emicuit septemque et. Lege fecit aethere porrexerat gentes horrifer formas.

Alto ventos est coeptis utque fecit. Phoebe sine circumfuso arce. Tanto aliis. Matutinis cornua origo formaeque animal mundo. Chaos: fabricator. Natura mundo caesa addidit. Cuncta habendum meis omni ille formaeque emicuit septemque et. Lege fecit aethere porrexerat gentes horrifer formas.

בחורות רוסיות עושים ביד

From the perspective of an artist and curator working within and between Australia, Asia and Europe, she will map the cultural and historical influences on performance and performance art today. Leisa Shelton arrives in Israel straight from the conclusion of her role as co-curator at the Venice Performance Art Week and prior to that, a position as guest artist at Spill Festival in the UK.

The Midnight Peacocks combined the artier side of the Melvins, some ambient 80's post-punk passages and deadly Middle-Eastern melodies done heavy. Art Music Concert Culture. His study is an unprecedented survey of these modern industrial towns built in the interwar period—field trips, photography, interviews, and archival research were used to explain the logics behind Bata's project, document its implementation in multiple geographies, and evaluate the urban legacy of this undertaking.

Sanz studies the urban dimension of initiatives and innovations of industrial entrepreneurs. She is known for her eclectic and often experimental style. Apart from her own practice,Susanne also takes on students,who will learn traditional techniques of jewellery making, or break the rules with more experimental techniques. During this workshop,students will learn the basics,like sawing,filing,and soldering and will then move on to more techniques like stone setting,punching ,colouring metal,etc.

The workshop includes basic materials. Screening Culture Community Meeting. Art Performance Concert Music. FUTURE now for real as always is hebrew and some english words experimental approach songs for our souls do come love mom Mazkeka, Art Performance Music Concert.

Duo of two kind of people and two instruments - guitar and percussion, Samba and Bossa Nova - Brazilian rhythms with touch of folk and rock-n-roll. Classics and new arrangements, songs and instrumental compositions. Uriel Kramer wrote his music while travelling The Americas, Europe and Asia between and , and started performing in India in early Ohad Hadad Hadar Ben-tzur.

Troubadour Adam Road is an American born and Israeli raised singer songwriter who is known for being a street musician who plays Spanish guitar and mixes a flamenco vibe with indie, folk, rock and punk music.

Music DJ Sports and Games. Come dance and rejoice, together. Art Music Concert Visual Arts. Nowhere - exhibition opening by Dana Decktor. Playing the best fresh current music from the Arabic world! The contemporary music, culture and Arabic culture are almost completely transparent in our local culture sphere…. But there is an amazing array of talent and creativity bursting underneath the surface. As always this night will be completely devoted to Arabic music and language.

Thick Hookah smoke will fill the air Deep exotic base lines Minaretic adventures. The protagonist of the film is called Fontaine. The second part of the title comes from the Bible John 3: Bresson himself was imprisoned by the Germans as a member of the French Resistance. All Options are Possible Dirar Kalash: Rather, his practice takes off from approaching sound as a raw material on the one hand and as a medium on the other. Those practices are range between composition and free improvisation, depending on the varied approaches to sounds, the relations between them and the way they are employed.

His works are often based on the intersections of music and sound with other scientific, social and artistic disciplines and practices, such as mathematics, architecture and visual arts.

Kalash has composed several electronic and instrumental pieces, playing on the saxophone, piano and lute, as well as performing with several bands with a wide range of music and sound art practices, from composition, improvisation, free jazz to noise.

He has participated in many group exhibitions and art festivals in Palestine, Egypt and Europe, besides his usual local musical performances. For further information please contact us on: Tal cohen i zebra Adar cohen friday Enjoy listening to interesting lectures by Hebrew University students, on various topics related to neuroscience.

Black Schabes at Beer Bazaar Jerusalem. Visual Arts Screening Culture Lecture. Travel around the world in Four expirienced travelers are going to share with you their stories about traveling and living in really unique places: Fuckup Nights Jerusalem Vol. Success is never final, failure is never fatal. Information about the speakers will be announced in the next few days.

Fuckup Nights is a global movement born in Mexico in to share publicly business failure stories. Hundreds of people attend each event to hear three to four entrepreneurs share their failures. Each speaker is given 7 minutes and is able to use 10 images. Nuriel is coming to Beer Bazaar! After opening for Zusha and other musical talents, Nuriel is setting the stage on metaphorical fire at BBJ!

Reserve your tickets now. Buildings, streets, public spaces and infrastructures have been transformed into an alienating and disturbing place where the human being is swallowed up by greed and the voracity to maximize material gains at the expense of values, ethics and society. Bashir Qonqar synthesizes this in what seems like surreal scenes in Kafkaesque settings. Bashir Qonqar , is a Palestinian self-taught artist currently living and working in Beit Jala. After pursuing his education in Hildenheim, Germany and living abroad for more than 7 years, he returned to his hometown in When Bashir was still a child, his father was killed during the First Intifada, which has had a profund influence on his artistic practice and perspective on his surrounding.

This exhibition is supported by the Swiss Representative Office in Ramallah. Art Visual Arts Culture. Shifting European Centers and Peripheries. Shifting European Centers and Peripheries: January Praying Together in Jerusalem Gathering. On the rear of the leaf, text in Latin and anti-semitic illustrations. Laor, Original folding mark with tiny holes. Slight crease in the corner.

Frankfurt, A travelers map of Jerusalem with hand painting from the period. Black and white engraving. Hand painted in an early period. A birds eye view of Jerusalem from the East, tourists crossing the bridge over the Kidron River, in the foreground are figures praying and in awe. Koln, A map of Jerusalem. A map of a birds eye view of modern-day Jerusalem.

Civitatus Orbis Terrarum, at the beginning of the leaves. Following Domencio Dalle Greche. In the title is a verse from chapter 5 of Ezekiel. On the rear side of the leaf, on page 54, text in Latin. Laor, , second edition. Colored lithograph Panorama of Jerusalem: From the Mount of Olives. A colored panoramic lithograph of Jerusalem, with notes of the sites in a surrounding frame. In a wooden and glass frame. Drawn by Toller according to photographs which were taken by various photographers between the years The copper engraving was done by Bertrand and printed in color.

A site worth mentioning is the Russian Compound which was founded in First printed in London in in Baedeker s Handbook for Travelers, and in an additional printing in London in the book Jerusalem, Bethany and Bethlehem by Nelson in Hierosolyma, Clarissima totius orientis Civitas Iudaee Metropolis, copperplate engraving of the city. The first century and the 16th century. Koln, Early hand painting.

The map measures 50x36 cm. Quality thin, brown paper. Koln, , volume I, pg spread. First Latin edition, following Laicstain-De Jode. On the back, p. Two eras of Jerusalem on one map: Jerusalem from the first century on the left, and modern 16th century Jerusalem on the right.

A map key for each era. Hundreds of etchings and important maps of the Land of Israel. Lyon, France, [10], , [65], 4 woodcuts of maps and hundreds of etchings of titles. Ancient covered wooden binding. An early copy of the Louvain Bible, which was published by royal decree. This was the authorized version of the Bible until the printing of the Sixtine Bible in Contains two important maps of the Land of Israel and the Middle East.

Many stains throughout the book, tear to the title page, the last three leaves are pasted to the back cover, faded binding, moderate-fine condition. Colored painting on wood of the Hebrew College in Jerusalem, from the workshop of Bezalel, Jerusalem. Pasted onto a wooden board [? Around the illustration and at the edges of the board is a gilded border. Jerusalem corners is an embossing in gold: Bezalel Slight scuff marks in the corners. Missing the support for standing the picture on a table.

Early 20th century A large copper bowl, Damascene work, inlaid with silver pieces, with the Temple mount at its center, engraved Bezalel Jerusalem.

Beginning of the 20th century. Unique work with delicate silver pieces inlaid throughout the plate, decorations and engravings on the rim and inside the plate which are typical of Bezalel. Inner border with writing in silver pieces: If I forget you, Jerusalem, may my right hand forget its. The Site of the Temple and Bezalel. Jerusalem Signs of corrosion, many breaks in the silver pieces.

HaTzvi 56 Wool carpet. Jerusalem, s Bezalel carpet. Rectangle at center with a menorah in its four corners, dozens of menorahs at center. Six sewn loops on its back, for hanging the carpet. Refer to a similar item in the Zvi Noam collection, Tel Aviv. It is presented as the symbolic Bezalel item in the preface to the catalog Bezalel shel Shatz: End of 19th-start of 20th century Colored printed Mizrach.

Zukerman Press, end of the 19th-start of the 20th century. Print in blue, red and gold, with additional hand painting from the era. Remember Hashem from afar, and place Jerusalem on your.

Surrounded by various sites: Small illustrations of other sites are distributed throughout. Light tears in the folds, fold marks, stains. Berlin, c Lithographic printing on paper, without a frame. Printed by Verlag Judische Presse, Berlin. He was born to an Orthodox family in Berlin, became a Zionist and one of the founders of the Mizrachi, and learned in the Art Academy of Berlin and Holland.

He immigrated to Israel in Very fine condition. Limited and signed lithograph Lazar Krestin. Self-portrait, limited and signed copy. The lithograph was bound at the beginning of an album of Krestin s works which was published in Vienna in , in a limited edition of only 50 copies, with his signature. Signed in the plate and an original signature at the bottom of the picture.

Lazer Krestin was one of the prominent artists in the Judaic genre. One of the prominent students of Isidor Kaufmann, he became famous for his portraits of Eastern European Jewish figures. He worked in Munich, Vienna, and Odessa until he immigrated to Israel in at the invitation of Boris Schatz, the founder of Bezalel. End of 19th-beginning of 20th century Oil on wood. Within an artistic wood frame with felt matting. Vienna, beginning of the 20th century.

In a colored, wooden artistic frame. Metz, France, x65 cm. Colored red, black and white print on cloth. A scene depicting the congregation of Jewish soldiers in the German army reciting the Yom Kippur prayers on the battlefield during the Franco-Prussian War in , with titles in Hebrew and German.

We all have one Father, one G-d created, us and the subtitle: The Yom Kippur Service in the camp near. Metz The soldiers are dressed in uniform on the backdrop of the regional landscape. Some of them are armed with swords, wrapped in prayer shawls and holding prayer books. The Jews fought bravely for the French, and even after the German annexation, the Jews of Metz remained faithful to their native France.

This print was made at the end of , before the German conquest of the city in early , with the goal of winning the Jews over to the German side. Rare Silk-satin cloth with silver embroidery and small disks. Apparently, the baby was placed on this cloth during the brit milah.

The upper section of the cloth is silk-satin. It has a rectangular linen lining; one side is straight and the second is pointy. Features embroidery with silver threads that form a border of flowers and leaves across its entire length and other floral designs at center. The outline of a Star of David can be seen - the star has unraveled. HaBayit Segulah for protection. Germany, 19th Century Segulah for protection of the home according to the custom of German Jewry, with the verse Zot Torat, HaBayit in letters embroidered on velvet.

Letters from thread, hand-embroidered on velvet. Nice handmade work of the verse from Yechezkel Tears in the edges of the cloth, wooden and glass frame, moderate - fine condition. Diameter 38 cm, Height 24 cm. Stamped silver Sterling HK A large round and royal plate.

A repetitive motif of leaves and flowers. In the central section are the words Pesach Matzah U Maror. Two doors which open on a hinge, inside are three trays for the three matzot. The upper section is a tray rimmed by a motif of leaves and flowers, surrounded by a decorated shield and four winged figures with their wings spread out.

The plate stands on four legs. On the top part is a plexiglas plate for reinforcement. Germany, first half of the 20th century Large, elegant etrog box. Silver hallmarked , crescent and crown. Germany, first half of the 20th century. Oval box, 9x23 cm kilograms. Floral decorations, leaves, and cartouche frames over the entire surface. Hinged cover, four thin legs with matching designs. American in Russian style, c Height: A dedication in Hebrew is engraved on the two legs of the finials.

Crown,, pear leg, an eagle on top of the crown. Reliefs of flowers and leaves and other decorations. On each finial are two rows of 4 delicate arms for hanging bells. On the upper crown are more small bells. Smooth leg at the base. American Jewish artists at the end of the 19th century often forged Russian seals. Refer to the booklet Rimonim, page Bells are missing, slight dents at the base of the finials. HaChodesh England, Early 20th century A magnificent wooden board in gold colored scribal script with the blessing of the new month and two places for cards to announce the month.

From the Vizhnitz synagogue in England, beginning of the 20th century. The letters were written in gold with black shading. The wooden board is covered in varnish and around it is a wooden frame. Hooks for hanging at the sides. Made from two wooden boards that are slightly separate from each other. The cards of the months and days are missing. Europe, 18thth century Mezuzah case. Rectangular shape, pillars at the sides upon which is a crown at the top of the mezuzah.

In the central section is a small rectangular window with an arched roof. Under it is a small pillar adorned by and topped by a Star of David. On the rear section is a long and narrow silver cover which opens on a hinge and is intended to protect the parchment of the mezuzah. There are two examples similar to this in the research literature. It seems that this mezuzah was directly influenced by the last example. Refer to enclosed material from: Catalogue of the permanent and loan collections of the London, Aleppo, end of the 19th century Torah scroll on Gevil from Aleppo, end of the 19th century, in a magnificent Sephardic wooden case from the 20th century with silver finials [Rimonim].

Velish scribal hand on Gevil. Aleppo community, 19th century. Corrections in a number of places, slight tears in some of the connections between the parchment sheets.

The scroll has not been authorized as kosher.. The Scroll s Case: A rounded wooden case, height: Covered in velvet and copper sheets, reliefs of the ten commandments and crowns in copper.

The case and the finials were dedicated by Aliza Nevro in The finials: A pair of finials, not-hallmarked silver, knobs and filigree work, two rows of chains, one with hanging bells.

Engraved dedication from Overall moderate-fine condition. Sofrim Chumash and five megillot with English translation. Six volumes Tikun Sofrim with Vavei Amudim. Two title pages at the start of every volume. The first is a copperplate engraving with the signature of the artist Solomon Falk, followed by an English title page. The haftarot were printed at the end of each volume with an English title page.

This Chumash was printed in the same format as the other edition printed that same year without the translation. This is the edition with the English translation on facing pages, with English comments printed along the width of the page, underneath the translation. Complete set, including the five megillot, with illustrated title page, and a half-title for each megillah. Rare Chumash, particularly the volume with the megillot.

The National Library does not have a complete copy. Minimal aging stains on some of the volumes. Torah Chamishah Chumshei 73 Vienna, Five volumes. Five volumes in deluxe bindings. Sections of the title pages in red ink. Each volume concludes with the haftarot and megillot with Rashi s commentary along with a chart of moldot for That same year, a parallel edition was printed in a larger format. Uncommon set; the National Library does not have a complete set.

A few of the volumes bear owner notations including family dates. Five original, gilt deluxe leather bindings. Complete set Tikun Sofrim HaYesharim. Chamishah Chumshei Torah with haftarot and the five megillot. Each volume has two opening title pages, the first with a copperplate engraved illustration.

The five megillot are dispersed amongst the chumashim, but are sequentially paginated. Each chumash ends with haftarot with a separate title page and sequential pagination. This is a complete set with all title pages. Five nice, embossed imitation-leather bindings. Amsterdam, Biblia Hebraica. The five books of the Torah Rabbi Aryeh Levin used this edition to do Goral. HaGra Amsterdam, [6], leaves, , [4] pages cm.

Title page illustrated with a copper engraving of Moshe and Aharon, two additional title pages in Hebrew and Latin. Introduction in Latin and a poem in Hebrew: The Torah of the world which existed, before. But it was most famously used by Rabbi Aryeh Levin in to identify the corpses of 12 soldiers of the Convoy of 35, which were otherwise unidentifiable.

Original binding with gold embossing. Professional restoration to the blank margins of the title page. Amsterdam, [] Chamishah Chumshei Torah with the five megillot, haftarot, explanations in Spanish, and the Girsa D yankuta commentary. Chumash according to the mesorah, with explanation of the difficult words in Spanish [in Hebrew letters]. Each weekly Torah reading is preceded by a printed summary of its text and moral lessons. With the five megillot, also with explanations of the difficult words.

That same year, a chumash was printed without the Spanish translation. Lengthy owner notation in Spanish. Tear without loss on title page.

The last line on the reverse was cropped, affecting solitary page titles. Amsterdam, [] Torah, Prophets, and Writings with a Spanish translation.

The translation was printed in facing columns. Some of the main title page was printed in red ink. Introduction in Spanish, a poem by Rabbi Avraham Bashan, a chart of readings for the entire year, a chart of the Torah readings for festivals and a chart of haftarot, all in Hebrew and Spanish. Like in the other copies, the introductory leaves were not bound at the beginning of the book but rather after the Torah section, but the book is complete.

A book with historical significance, with a special translation for the Spanish-speaking Jews who arrived in Amsterdam from Spain. Half-leather and marbleized paper binding. Jerusalem, Solomon Press []. Yiddish and English title pages. Plan to plant an orange orchard on 20 dunams. The proceeds from the venture were to benefit the Eitz Chaim institutions in Jerusalem.

Includes letters from both of the rabbis and a lengthy letter with many details from the administrators of Etz Chaim, in Yiddish and English. Interesting plan, which may have never been implemented. Two light cuts, without loss, to the title page. Leipzig, Unknown edition Torah, Prophets, and Writings, blia hebraica Leipzig, [3] leaves, pages, 21 cm.

With the table of the Torah portions and the table of the haftarot. We know of similar editions that were printed in Leipzig in later years; however, this is the first edition. This book is not listed in the Hebrew Bibliography and is not found in the National Library. Scuffed leather binding with a damaged spine.

Mazalot U Chachmat Tekufot 79 Lemberg, []. The book includes a detailed, comprehensive explanation of the paths and orbits of the planets and the stars all arranged according to the groups seen in the sky. Many charts, including one for finding the secular date when only the Hebrew date is known. Includes a large folded map, about 40x35 cm.

All the names of the groups and stars are written in Hebrew! This copy has an additional [1] leaf of errata, which is not listed bibliographically. Rabbi Zev Wolf Gerstel was the rabbi of Jaryczow and studied science on the side. He was an expert in astronomy and even participated in the star observatory in Treptower Park, near Berlin.

He was in touch with Albert Einstein. Light professional repair to the corner of the title page. Kaved Jerusalem, Eulogies for rabbis and righteous people. Only edition Evel Kaved. Jerusalem at the press of Nissan Beck and his granson Chaim Zvi. The title page erroneously notes the name of the person that the eulogy was for! On leaf 9, the author mentions a list of righteous people who passed away at the time, including: Large frontispiece illustration of the Tomb of Rachel.

One of the only books printed by R Yisrael Beck with his grandson. Halevi, Sifrei Yerushalayim HaRishonim Light marginal tear in the first leaf. Stamp of Rabbi Efraim Samonov. The title page notes: Talmud Yerushalmi on Seder Kodashim, proofread and arranged Mahara m ztz l HaSephardi This section was printed before the first section, and it has a lengthy preface by the.

General title page followed by a printer s introduction and additional title pages for Tractates Chullin and Bechorot. This work was fraudulent, the author s invention.

Oberlander s series of essays, Ohr Yisrael, year 2, , booklet 4; year three, , booklets ; and year 4, , booklet 1. The title page bears the stamp of Efraim Samonov, rav of Windau. Old, slightly blemished half-leather binding. Printed in Riga by Shereshevski, Star press [c. Chiddushei HaMaharsha, Maharam and Maharshal at the end of the tractate. There is no prior information regarding tractates printed in Riga.

This tractate is not listed bibliographically, is not in the National Library, and, to the best of our knowledge, is not in any large public library in the world. One volume, contains all of the issues: First year , second year and a single booklet of the third year, A number of title pages and appendixes are missing. Rabbi Chaim Hirschensohn was one of the first philosophers of Religious Zionism.

He was born in Safed to parents who were among the early members of Chovavei Zion. In he set out for a journey to his relatives in Russia and Germany. While in Frankfurt he was influenced by the literature of Jewish wisdom and began to publish the monthly journal Hamisdronah, in collaboration with great Jewish thinkers such as Rabbi Azriel Hildesheimer, Dr. David Hoffman, Zev Yavetz, and others, with the goal of arranging the Talmudic values in encyclopedic fashion. Due to excommunication from the zealots of Jerusalem, he immigrated to Turkey, and from there to America.

He was one of the first to join the Mizrachi movement and was its representative at the Sixth Zionist Congress in Basel. A number of leaves are ripped out, slight tears. Special copy Sha arei Yosher. Halachic treatise by Rabbi Shimon Yehudah Shkop. The first edition of the well-known book of Rabbi Shimon Shkop, Rosh Yeshiva of Grodno, a book known throughout the Jewish world as a trailblazer in learning and pilpul.

The book was arranged in Piotrkow and printed in Warsaw. These leaves are rare. In addition, added to the end of this copy is an advertising page for the printer in Warsaw. This leaf is not found in many of the copies. Original cloth binding, damaged and loose. First edition Chever Maamarim. VII [1], , [2] pages cm.

The title page, introduction, and first discourse are printed, the rest are stencils - perhaps because of the war. The title page notes that this volume was printed in Vilna at the end of , just a few months before the outbreak of the war. During this period, after the Molotov Ribbentrop Pact, Mir was transferred to Soviet control and the yeshiva moved to Vilna, which was under Lithuanian rule.

Rabbi Yerucham HaLevi Levovitz was a prominent mussar personality of his generation. He was the spiritual leader mashgiach of various Lithuanian yeshivot. He was the mashgiach in the Mir Yeshiva for a lengthy period of time and navigated it through a number of stormy periods. He taught many disciples who later become leaders of the generation. Simple, slightly loose binding. A number of loose and reinforced pages.

Shem Pinsk, First edition The names and biographies of prominent rabbis and Jewish leaders throughout the Diaspora: Europe, Asia, Africa, America. The author sent letters to rabbis throughout the world and asked for their details so that he could add them to their biographies in his work.

On page , the author writes about the Chafetz Chaim. He apologizes for the brief entry and states that it was because the Chafetz Chaim answered that he wasn t interested in being publicized.

The author quotes the Chafetz Chaim s letter. Original blue binding with embossing. Without the illustrated title page cm.! Printers preface formatted as a rhymed poem with vowelized letters whose acrostics spell out their names: Hertz Levi Rofeh and son-in-law Kashman.

The last leaf features a lengthy vowelized poem regarding the halachot of Yoreh Deah. Prominent approbations for this edition: Magnificent copy with wide margins - 10 cm. Vilna and Grodno, [] Api Ravrevi. Printed on blue paper. However, only a small section was printed, through siman 25, and it was printed without the other commentaries. Printing was terminated because of the Napoleonic Wars. When the printing was restarted, the Biur HaGra was printed with additional commentaries, from the start of Shulchan Aruch through the conclusion.

It was printed in a format that allowed those who owned what was previously printed to complete the work. There are a few variants of this edition. Marginal reinforcements to leaves 15, First edition Pe at HaShulchan. Laws of Eretz Yisrael. Compiled from the literature of the Tanaim and Rishonim. Based on the Seder Zeraim of the Gra and his path in halachah. By Rabbi Yisrael of Sklow. Safed, at the press of Yisrael Beck. The work opens with Rabbi Yisrael of Sklow s historic introduction: He relates the tragic story of the Perushim s immigration to Eretz Yisrael after the death of the Gra and the terrible travails they underwent.

This introduction is the basis for the historical documentation of the Gra and the immigration of the Perushim. Printing took over three years, from through , because of the riots and plunder in Safed in In his introduction, Rabbi Yisrael of Sklow details the events and tells about the destruction of the press by the rebels. The margins of the title page and first and last few pages have been professionally repaired, without loss of text. Casablanca, An extremely harsh polemic book by the Rabbis of Casablanca: Casablanca [3], 14, [2], , , , [1], , [1] pages.

The book contains historical material and praises for the Rabbis who agreed with their opinion, so that the public should be aware of their greatness. Regarding the purchase of the rabbinate, by. Published anonymously, however Freidberg wrote that the author is Rabbi Menachem Yehoshua Weitzner, who signed with the acronym of his name: Material about the author is enclosed.

Chinuch Sections two and three. First edition Minchat Chinuch. Sections two and three. Individual title page for each section. A portion of the title and following page are missing, but with the leaves of Minchat Ani at the end of the work.

The book was published anonymously. The title page simply notes: Written by one of the outstanding sages of our generation This first edition is especially rare. The author, Rabbi Yosef Babad, was the rabbi of Tarnopol. The Minchat Chinuch is one of the most fundamental works in the world of Torah scholarship, accepted by all factions of Torah Judaism.

Over the years, dozens of editions have been printed and many elucidations have been written on it. Minchat Chinuch, section one. Lengthy, interesting notation by Rabbi Zvi Biderman [? First edition Simchat Levav. Old ownership inscriptions on the endpaper.

The title page is in a unique frame. The author was known for his work Milchamah B Shalom on the sale of Yosef, which was printed in many editions. Milchamah B Shalom was printed anonymously, and in this book page 5 he reveals his name and explains why he chose to print anonymously.

Original leather binding, slightly damaged. Amsterdam, in the printing press of Joseph Proops. With all of the opening leaves and the introduction, on page 8b is an illustration of the Kohen s hands spread out to bless the people as the symbol of the Props printing house. Half-leather binding with embossing. A few reinforcements on the inner margins of a number of leaves. Le guide des egares, traite de theologie et de philosophiae par Moise ben Maimoun In the French title: Here it appears in Arabic written in large Hebrew letters, so that the Hebrew-speaking reader, who can not read Arabic, can read the work as it was originally written in Arabic.

Appears with a translation and commentary in French. The editing, translation, and commentary were done by Shlomo Munk of Paris , the well-known Jewish researcher and Orientalist who also served as the secretary of Adolfe Cremieux and was a member of the French Academy of Literature.

This tremendous work took some ten years. Three magnificent semi-leather and marbleized paper bindings. The spine is professionally reinforced. The page cuts match the marbleized binding. Edition on white paper copy 2 and part of the title page with red letters.

Unique work regarding the chronological transmission of the Torah from generation to generation. Notes the era of each sage throughout the generation, the works he authored, and his biography as transmitted from previous generations.

This book is the exclusive source for rich information regarding the history of the Jewish nation. He writes about his lineage on the title page of the work and writes at length about unknown historical facts - particularly regarding his forefather Rashi - Rabbi Shlomo Yitzchaki. This book was one of the first works printed in Kopyst. We ve included it with this lot.

The margins have been professionally repaired. Colored cut leaves, wide margins. First edition Laws relevant to women, mussar, prayers and supplications for Jewish women in Judeo-Persian, in the Baghdad dialect,. Title page and dedication page to the woman who donated funds for publishing the book, in gold letters. The title page lists the place of printing as, Leghorn Ba with the letters of Leghorn in bold. The real place of printing wasn t listed, because the government would not give license to print a book with the word chukim laws in its title.

The women of Baghdad would read this work together in groups on Shabbat and the holidays. Refer to the Ben Ish Chai mentioned above, p Simple binding. Aryeh Frankfurt on the Oder, [].

First edition Shaagas Aryeh. First edition of the noted work, printed by the author himself. The author was called by the name of his work, the Shaagas. Aryeh Like many other copies, this exemplar does not feature the concluding leaves that were added after printing. On the bottom of the page behind the title, there is a printed thank-you from the author to R Yehudah Leib of Frankfurt a. Oder [3 lines], The bottom line has been partially cropped. Most copies do not have these lines.

Owner signature on title page. Minimal worming holes on the last leaves affecting a number of words. One leaf is not bound in its proper place. A beautiful set of Mishnayot, in a small format. A complete set including all of the leaves of additions and the diagrams within the commentaries. Some handwriting at the beginning of the order of Taharot. In part 3 are a few corrections in the lower margins. On the upper page cut is a blemish on a small number of titles in this part and in Taharot.

Correction and lack in the writing in the introduction to the 39 melachot. Fine-very fine general condition. The author was a 17th century Salonikan sage. He later moved to Izmir where he taught Torah. His granddaughter Mira was married to Shabtai Zvi.

The two books are bound together in an old, broken binding. Stains and a few tears. Only edition Yad Eliyahu. Unique, interesting work regarding the rulings of Chazal, following the order of the Mishneh Torah L Rambam. Title page with architectural woodcut border. The author was a Turkish sage. He immigrated to Eretz Yisrael in and taught Torah in Jerusalem. He was persecuted and eventually fled to Rhodes where he served as rabbi. He passed away in Interesting introduction by his disciple Rabbi Shmuel Amato.

Owner signatures on title page. Worn, detached leather binding. Detached title page with marginal tears. Minimal marginal aging stains and worming holes. Kohen and Mareh Ohr Keren Zolkiew, []. Keren Ohr - Novellae, pilpulim, and responsa, including those which the author discussed with the authors of the Pnei Yehoshua and Tevuot Shor. Features prominent approbations that praise and extol the author, from the rabbis of Drohbycz, Belz, nine communities, and Slutsk.

The author died at a young age ci. We know very little about the author today. In the preface, his son relates his father s biography, as well as his own biography. The little that is known about the author is from this extremely rare book [material enclosed].

He edited and arranged the family tree in Keter Torah [Satmar, ]. Restored blemishes in the margins of the first leaves with no damage to the text.

The two bottom lines of the introduction to Mareh Kohen are cropped, as are the last three leaves. Old leaves with aging stains. Chiddushei HaRitva on Bava Kama. Most of the book is the first printing. The title page and a few more leaves bear a few marginal corrections, some loss to the handwritten text. Important note about the author s death Yad David.

First edition, important handwritten notation about the date of the author s death. Rabbi Yosef David Sinzheim c was one of the greatest rabbis of his time. He was the chief rabbi of France and the head of Napoleon s. Sanhedrin He was known as the Yad David after the name of his book. The author only published this section. Other sections of his book were recently published by Machon Yerushalayim.

The endpaper bears an important notation about the date of the author s death, written when he died. Other than a tape reinforcement on the title page, the book s pages are in very fine condition. Especially rare Leaves from Tractate Berachot. Salonika, at the press of Chaim Eliyahu Pardo.

The tractate was printed independently; not as a section of a complete Talmud. We only saw the title. Includes a colophon with a list of the people who worked on the book, with illustration. Many aging stains, small holes, marginal tears. Magnificent parchment and silver binding. Amsterdam, [] Prayers for the entire year with commentary in Yiddish, with Tehillim and techinot.

Magnificent parchment binding with silver. Siddur for women according to the Polish customs. Includes prayers for the entire year, with selichot, yotzrot, and the Passover haggadah.

Three illustrations on the title page: Separate title page for Tehillim and the Seder Techinot, which includes techinot in Yiddish. The prayerbook has a magnificent parchment binding. It has a thin, smooth silver border that defines the three sides of the binding, the front and back. The border is supported with two small clips in the back section on both sides of the binding. The front top and bottom corners have matching silver decorations, on both sides of the binding.

A silver clasp with flowers and leaves, comprised of three sections, sits at the center of the binding. The date on the plaque indicates that it was added about 80 years after the siddur was printed and was gifted to the couple Baruch and Hitzlah at their.

The back binding is missing the upper border. Small tears in the title page margins, far from the text. Prayer for Emperor Napoleon Prayerbook according to the Ashkenazic customs.

Mantua, press of Eliezer Shlomo of Italy, []. Added handwritten prayer in honor of Emperor Napoleon. A number of prayerbooks of various ethnic groups were printed in Mantua that year. This prayerbook is not listed bibliographically. Leaf 65, with the text recited prior to the removal of the Torah scroll on Shabbat, bears a handwritten Mi Shebeirach prayer in honor of Emperor Napoleon some of the text was cropped in the binding.

Local customs were handwritten in a few other places. The last page has a nicely written [Hebrew] note: B H, this prayer is mine, Mordechai Chaim Luria of. Light blemish to the margins of the title page. Restored blemishes to a number of leaves. London, Magnificent copy Siach Yitzchak. Prayers for the entire year according to the Polish custom, with an English translation by Avraham ben Yitzchak Ferrara Mendez.

An additional title page in English. Hebrew and English, on facing pages. Page and the parallel pages: He Who gives salvation to Kings in honor of Queen Victoria and her family. XXVII pages printed from left to right: In the subsequent years others editions of this prayerbook were printed, with the date of this edition.

Original leather binding with silver embossing. Leghorn, Prayer book according to the Sephardic customs. Nice prayerbook in small format. Listed by the Bibliography of the Hebrew Book according to a copy in a private collection and in Vinograd- Rosenfeld according to this very copy. Slightly worn cloth binding. Yisrael Munich, [] A prayerbook for the entire year, according to the western Ashkenazi custom with additions according to the customs of Poland, printed with the approbation of Rabbi Avraham Bing, av d of Wurzburg a disciple of Rabbi Natan Adler , Munich, [].

An additional title page in German and an illustrated title page - copper engraving. Hebrew and German on facing pages in the letters of the printer Zirndorf from Furth. Alexander Behr edited the prayerbook and added the introduction.

New marbleized paper binding. Altona, [] Machzor for the entire year, according to the Polish customs. Edited and arranged by Rabbi Meir Ganz. Large format for cantors.

Large volume machzor for cantors, with large letters, elucidations, commentaries, and laws. This is the first section with prayers for weekdays, Shabbat, selichot for the High Holidays, and prayers for Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur with all the hymns. Includes the special prayers recited by the Ashkenazic communities. Concludes with Kuntres Minhagim. The first is an illustrated copperplate engraving with the artist s name printed under the picture.

A few scuff marks. Reinforcements and a few tears on the bottom of some leaves of the weekday morning and Shabbat evening prayers.

Includes prayers for weekdays, Shabbat, Rosh Chodesh, yotzrot for specific Shabbatot, Seder Chanukah with parshiot, the fast of the 10th of Tevet, the fast of Esther and Seder Purim, Seder Pesach with the Passover haggadah, Ethics of the Fathers, Prayers for Shavuot, fast of the 17th of Tammuz, 9th of Av, and the yotzer added during.

Nachamu Shabbat Old, magnificent but rubbed leather binding. Light blemishes to solitary leaves. Includes prayers for the weekday and Shabbat, fasts, Passover, and Shavuot.

Unique copy - leaves were reprinted. A similar copy is listed by the Bibliography of the Hebrew Book, entry Old, rubbed half-leather binding. Tear in the last leaf, without loss. Nine volumes some with blue paper. First and second day of Passover [6], , 12 leaves.

Seventh and eighth day of Passover , , 12 leaves. Shavuot [8], 10, 12, , 12 leaves. First day of Rosh Hashanah [2], , 12 leaves. Second day of Rosh Hashanah [1], 89, 12 leaves.

Yom Kippur night [1], 56, 16 leaves. Yom Kippur [3], 68, 12, 22, 41, 12, 28, 12, 33, [1] leaves. First and second day of Sukkot [2], 12, 63, 10, 12 leaves.

Shemini Atzeret and Simchat Torah [7], 7, [should say: Includes all supplements and approbations added during. First edition of these noted machzorim arranged by Rabbi Wolf Heidenheim. They were later reprinted in many editions. Original leather and half leather with marbleized paper bindings excluding one volume. Each volume in a matching slipcase. Prayers and selichot for the five fast days, with Italian translation.

: בחורות רוסיות עושים ביד

בחורות רוסיות עושים ביד מסג סקס תמונות תחת סקסי
הומו מוצץ זין כושי זונה סרטונים סרטי סקס כחול לבן
נשיקות לוהטות סווינגר פורנו כושיות סקס תחת גדול
זיון הומו תותה לסביות The last leaves feature the Wayfarer s Prayer and Eiruv. Ohad Hadad Hadar Ben-tzur. Owner signature on title page. The horrific race - to satisfy גמירה נשית סאדו סרטים sadistic pleasure, the Nazis commanded Polish prisoners to run before a car. Includes prayers for the weekday and Shabbat, fasts, Passover, and Shavuot. On the second title page is an illustration of a vase with flowers, and a copper engraving of the Western Wall and the site of the בחורות רוסיות עושים ביד on the rear side of the title page. Rabbi Chaim Hirschensohn was one of the first philosophers of Religious Zionism.
סרטי סקס חינם מבוגרות חוטיני בים סקס ישראלי סרטים בחורות משתינות
Reliefs of flowers and leaves and other decorations. Light blemish to the margins of the title page. In the subsequent years others editions of this בחורות רוסיות עושים ביד were printed, with the date of this edition. The couple had 12 children and lived a happy life for 30 years, despite all of the difficult situations which they faced. Light tear without loss in jacket. After Jan Zwartendjik, the temporary Dutch Consul in Lithuania, agreed to issue visas to the Dutch Curacao Island the Russians agreed that the refugees could pass through the Soviet Union on their way to Curacao, on the condition that they סקס חינם ישראליות לסביות מלקקות כוס transit visas. Small illustrations of other sites are distributed .

It offers a preliminary overview on Yossi's conceptual and photographic works from his studies at Bezalel Academy of Art and Design, in addition to projects from later periods, articles and writings on the history of Israeli photography, as well as unpublished works. Through reviewing her own work, Leisa will raise questions and issues around the concept of 'practice' and consider it as a continuous and multi-faceted interrogation.

From the perspective of an artist and curator working within and between Australia, Asia and Europe, she will map the cultural and historical influences on performance and performance art today. Leisa Shelton arrives in Israel straight from the conclusion of her role as co-curator at the Venice Performance Art Week and prior to that, a position as guest artist at Spill Festival in the UK.

The Midnight Peacocks combined the artier side of the Melvins, some ambient 80's post-punk passages and deadly Middle-Eastern melodies done heavy. Art Music Concert Culture. His study is an unprecedented survey of these modern industrial towns built in the interwar period—field trips, photography, interviews, and archival research were used to explain the logics behind Bata's project, document its implementation in multiple geographies, and evaluate the urban legacy of this undertaking.

Sanz studies the urban dimension of initiatives and innovations of industrial entrepreneurs. She is known for her eclectic and often experimental style.

Apart from her own practice,Susanne also takes on students,who will learn traditional techniques of jewellery making, or break the rules with more experimental techniques. During this workshop,students will learn the basics,like sawing,filing,and soldering and will then move on to more techniques like stone setting,punching ,colouring metal,etc. The workshop includes basic materials.

Screening Culture Community Meeting. Art Performance Concert Music. FUTURE now for real as always is hebrew and some english words experimental approach songs for our souls do come love mom Mazkeka, Art Performance Music Concert. Duo of two kind of people and two instruments - guitar and percussion, Samba and Bossa Nova - Brazilian rhythms with touch of folk and rock-n-roll.

Classics and new arrangements, songs and instrumental compositions. Uriel Kramer wrote his music while travelling The Americas, Europe and Asia between and , and started performing in India in early Ohad Hadad Hadar Ben-tzur. Troubadour Adam Road is an American born and Israeli raised singer songwriter who is known for being a street musician who plays Spanish guitar and mixes a flamenco vibe with indie, folk, rock and punk music. Music DJ Sports and Games.

Come dance and rejoice, together. Art Music Concert Visual Arts. Nowhere - exhibition opening by Dana Decktor. Playing the best fresh current music from the Arabic world! The contemporary music, culture and Arabic culture are almost completely transparent in our local culture sphere….

But there is an amazing array of talent and creativity bursting underneath the surface. As always this night will be completely devoted to Arabic music and language. Thick Hookah smoke will fill the air Deep exotic base lines Minaretic adventures.

The protagonist of the film is called Fontaine. The second part of the title comes from the Bible John 3: Bresson himself was imprisoned by the Germans as a member of the French Resistance. All Options are Possible Dirar Kalash: Rather, his practice takes off from approaching sound as a raw material on the one hand and as a medium on the other.

Those practices are range between composition and free improvisation, depending on the varied approaches to sounds, the relations between them and the way they are employed. His works are often based on the intersections of music and sound with other scientific, social and artistic disciplines and practices, such as mathematics, architecture and visual arts. Kalash has composed several electronic and instrumental pieces, playing on the saxophone, piano and lute, as well as performing with several bands with a wide range of music and sound art practices, from composition, improvisation, free jazz to noise.

He has participated in many group exhibitions and art festivals in Palestine, Egypt and Europe, besides his usual local musical performances. For further information please contact us on: Tal cohen i zebra Adar cohen friday Enjoy listening to interesting lectures by Hebrew University students, on various topics related to neuroscience. Black Schabes at Beer Bazaar Jerusalem. Visual Arts Screening Culture Lecture.

Travel around the world in Four expirienced travelers are going to share with you their stories about traveling and living in really unique places: Fuckup Nights Jerusalem Vol. Success is never final, failure is never fatal.

Information about the speakers will be announced in the next few days. Fuckup Nights is a global movement born in Mexico in to share publicly business failure stories. Hundreds of people attend each event to hear three to four entrepreneurs share their failures.

Each speaker is given 7 minutes and is able to use 10 images. Nuriel is coming to Beer Bazaar! After opening for Zusha and other musical talents, Nuriel is setting the stage on metaphorical fire at BBJ!

Reserve your tickets now. Buildings, streets, public spaces and infrastructures have been transformed into an alienating and disturbing place where the human being is swallowed up by greed and the voracity to maximize material gains at the expense of values, ethics and society. Bashir Qonqar synthesizes this in what seems like surreal scenes in Kafkaesque settings. Bashir Qonqar , is a Palestinian self-taught artist currently living and working in Beit Jala.

After pursuing his education in Hildenheim, Germany and living abroad for more than 7 years, he returned to his hometown in When Bashir was still a child, his father was killed during the First Intifada, which has had a profund influence on his artistic practice and perspective on his surrounding.

This exhibition is supported by the Swiss Representative Office in Ramallah. Art Visual Arts Culture. Shifting European Centers and Peripheries. We all have one Father, one G-d created, us and the subtitle: The Yom Kippur Service in the camp near. Metz The soldiers are dressed in uniform on the backdrop of the regional landscape.

Some of them are armed with swords, wrapped in prayer shawls and holding prayer books. The Jews fought bravely for the French, and even after the German annexation, the Jews of Metz remained faithful to their native France.

This print was made at the end of , before the German conquest of the city in early , with the goal of winning the Jews over to the German side. Rare Silk-satin cloth with silver embroidery and small disks. Apparently, the baby was placed on this cloth during the brit milah. The upper section of the cloth is silk-satin.

It has a rectangular linen lining; one side is straight and the second is pointy. Features embroidery with silver threads that form a border of flowers and leaves across its entire length and other floral designs at center. The outline of a Star of David can be seen - the star has unraveled. HaBayit Segulah for protection. Germany, 19th Century Segulah for protection of the home according to the custom of German Jewry, with the verse Zot Torat, HaBayit in letters embroidered on velvet.

Letters from thread, hand-embroidered on velvet. Nice handmade work of the verse from Yechezkel Tears in the edges of the cloth, wooden and glass frame, moderate - fine condition. Diameter 38 cm, Height 24 cm. Stamped silver Sterling HK A large round and royal plate. A repetitive motif of leaves and flowers. In the central section are the words Pesach Matzah U Maror. Two doors which open on a hinge, inside are three trays for the three matzot.

The upper section is a tray rimmed by a motif of leaves and flowers, surrounded by a decorated shield and four winged figures with their wings spread out. The plate stands on four legs. On the top part is a plexiglas plate for reinforcement. Germany, first half of the 20th century Large, elegant etrog box. Silver hallmarked , crescent and crown. Germany, first half of the 20th century.

Oval box, 9x23 cm kilograms. Floral decorations, leaves, and cartouche frames over the entire surface. Hinged cover, four thin legs with matching designs. American in Russian style, c Height: A dedication in Hebrew is engraved on the two legs of the finials. Crown,, pear leg, an eagle on top of the crown. Reliefs of flowers and leaves and other decorations. On each finial are two rows of 4 delicate arms for hanging bells. On the upper crown are more small bells.

Smooth leg at the base. American Jewish artists at the end of the 19th century often forged Russian seals. Refer to the booklet Rimonim, page Bells are missing, slight dents at the base of the finials. HaChodesh England, Early 20th century A magnificent wooden board in gold colored scribal script with the blessing of the new month and two places for cards to announce the month.

From the Vizhnitz synagogue in England, beginning of the 20th century. The letters were written in gold with black shading. The wooden board is covered in varnish and around it is a wooden frame. Hooks for hanging at the sides. Made from two wooden boards that are slightly separate from each other. The cards of the months and days are missing. Europe, 18thth century Mezuzah case. Rectangular shape, pillars at the sides upon which is a crown at the top of the mezuzah. In the central section is a small rectangular window with an arched roof.

Under it is a small pillar adorned by and topped by a Star of David. On the rear section is a long and narrow silver cover which opens on a hinge and is intended to protect the parchment of the mezuzah. There are two examples similar to this in the research literature.

It seems that this mezuzah was directly influenced by the last example. Refer to enclosed material from: Catalogue of the permanent and loan collections of the London, Aleppo, end of the 19th century Torah scroll on Gevil from Aleppo, end of the 19th century, in a magnificent Sephardic wooden case from the 20th century with silver finials [Rimonim]. Velish scribal hand on Gevil. Aleppo community, 19th century.

Corrections in a number of places, slight tears in some of the connections between the parchment sheets. The scroll has not been authorized as kosher.. The Scroll s Case: A rounded wooden case, height: Covered in velvet and copper sheets, reliefs of the ten commandments and crowns in copper.

The case and the finials were dedicated by Aliza Nevro in The finials: A pair of finials, not-hallmarked silver, knobs and filigree work, two rows of chains, one with hanging bells. Engraved dedication from Overall moderate-fine condition. Sofrim Chumash and five megillot with English translation. Six volumes Tikun Sofrim with Vavei Amudim. Two title pages at the start of every volume. The first is a copperplate engraving with the signature of the artist Solomon Falk, followed by an English title page.

The haftarot were printed at the end of each volume with an English title page. This Chumash was printed in the same format as the other edition printed that same year without the translation. This is the edition with the English translation on facing pages, with English comments printed along the width of the page, underneath the translation.

Complete set, including the five megillot, with illustrated title page, and a half-title for each megillah. Rare Chumash, particularly the volume with the megillot. The National Library does not have a complete copy.

Minimal aging stains on some of the volumes. Torah Chamishah Chumshei 73 Vienna, Five volumes. Five volumes in deluxe bindings. Sections of the title pages in red ink. Each volume concludes with the haftarot and megillot with Rashi s commentary along with a chart of moldot for That same year, a parallel edition was printed in a larger format. Uncommon set; the National Library does not have a complete set. A few of the volumes bear owner notations including family dates. Five original, gilt deluxe leather bindings.

Complete set Tikun Sofrim HaYesharim. Chamishah Chumshei Torah with haftarot and the five megillot. Each volume has two opening title pages, the first with a copperplate engraved illustration. The five megillot are dispersed amongst the chumashim, but are sequentially paginated. Each chumash ends with haftarot with a separate title page and sequential pagination.

This is a complete set with all title pages. Five nice, embossed imitation-leather bindings. Amsterdam, Biblia Hebraica. The five books of the Torah Rabbi Aryeh Levin used this edition to do Goral. HaGra Amsterdam, [6], leaves, , [4] pages cm. Title page illustrated with a copper engraving of Moshe and Aharon, two additional title pages in Hebrew and Latin. Introduction in Latin and a poem in Hebrew: The Torah of the world which existed, before. But it was most famously used by Rabbi Aryeh Levin in to identify the corpses of 12 soldiers of the Convoy of 35, which were otherwise unidentifiable.

Original binding with gold embossing. Professional restoration to the blank margins of the title page. Amsterdam, [] Chamishah Chumshei Torah with the five megillot, haftarot, explanations in Spanish, and the Girsa D yankuta commentary. Chumash according to the mesorah, with explanation of the difficult words in Spanish [in Hebrew letters]. Each weekly Torah reading is preceded by a printed summary of its text and moral lessons.

With the five megillot, also with explanations of the difficult words. That same year, a chumash was printed without the Spanish translation. Lengthy owner notation in Spanish. Tear without loss on title page. The last line on the reverse was cropped, affecting solitary page titles. Amsterdam, [] Torah, Prophets, and Writings with a Spanish translation.

The translation was printed in facing columns. Some of the main title page was printed in red ink. Introduction in Spanish, a poem by Rabbi Avraham Bashan, a chart of readings for the entire year, a chart of the Torah readings for festivals and a chart of haftarot, all in Hebrew and Spanish.

Like in the other copies, the introductory leaves were not bound at the beginning of the book but rather after the Torah section, but the book is complete. A book with historical significance, with a special translation for the Spanish-speaking Jews who arrived in Amsterdam from Spain.

Half-leather and marbleized paper binding. Jerusalem, Solomon Press []. Yiddish and English title pages. Plan to plant an orange orchard on 20 dunams. The proceeds from the venture were to benefit the Eitz Chaim institutions in Jerusalem. Includes letters from both of the rabbis and a lengthy letter with many details from the administrators of Etz Chaim, in Yiddish and English. Interesting plan, which may have never been implemented.

Two light cuts, without loss, to the title page. Leipzig, Unknown edition Torah, Prophets, and Writings, blia hebraica Leipzig, [3] leaves, pages, 21 cm. With the table of the Torah portions and the table of the haftarot. We know of similar editions that were printed in Leipzig in later years; however, this is the first edition.

This book is not listed in the Hebrew Bibliography and is not found in the National Library. Scuffed leather binding with a damaged spine. Mazalot U Chachmat Tekufot 79 Lemberg, []. The book includes a detailed, comprehensive explanation of the paths and orbits of the planets and the stars all arranged according to the groups seen in the sky.

Many charts, including one for finding the secular date when only the Hebrew date is known. Includes a large folded map, about 40x35 cm. All the names of the groups and stars are written in Hebrew! This copy has an additional [1] leaf of errata, which is not listed bibliographically.

Rabbi Zev Wolf Gerstel was the rabbi of Jaryczow and studied science on the side. He was an expert in astronomy and even participated in the star observatory in Treptower Park, near Berlin. He was in touch with Albert Einstein. Light professional repair to the corner of the title page. Kaved Jerusalem, Eulogies for rabbis and righteous people. Only edition Evel Kaved. Jerusalem at the press of Nissan Beck and his granson Chaim Zvi. The title page erroneously notes the name of the person that the eulogy was for!

On leaf 9, the author mentions a list of righteous people who passed away at the time, including: Large frontispiece illustration of the Tomb of Rachel.

One of the only books printed by R Yisrael Beck with his grandson. Halevi, Sifrei Yerushalayim HaRishonim Light marginal tear in the first leaf. Stamp of Rabbi Efraim Samonov. The title page notes: Talmud Yerushalmi on Seder Kodashim, proofread and arranged Mahara m ztz l HaSephardi This section was printed before the first section, and it has a lengthy preface by the.

General title page followed by a printer s introduction and additional title pages for Tractates Chullin and Bechorot. This work was fraudulent, the author s invention. Oberlander s series of essays, Ohr Yisrael, year 2, , booklet 4; year three, , booklets ; and year 4, , booklet 1. The title page bears the stamp of Efraim Samonov, rav of Windau. Old, slightly blemished half-leather binding. Printed in Riga by Shereshevski, Star press [c. Chiddushei HaMaharsha, Maharam and Maharshal at the end of the tractate.

There is no prior information regarding tractates printed in Riga. This tractate is not listed bibliographically, is not in the National Library, and, to the best of our knowledge, is not in any large public library in the world. One volume, contains all of the issues: First year , second year and a single booklet of the third year, A number of title pages and appendixes are missing.

Rabbi Chaim Hirschensohn was one of the first philosophers of Religious Zionism. He was born in Safed to parents who were among the early members of Chovavei Zion. In he set out for a journey to his relatives in Russia and Germany. While in Frankfurt he was influenced by the literature of Jewish wisdom and began to publish the monthly journal Hamisdronah, in collaboration with great Jewish thinkers such as Rabbi Azriel Hildesheimer, Dr.

David Hoffman, Zev Yavetz, and others, with the goal of arranging the Talmudic values in encyclopedic fashion. Due to excommunication from the zealots of Jerusalem, he immigrated to Turkey, and from there to America. He was one of the first to join the Mizrachi movement and was its representative at the Sixth Zionist Congress in Basel.

A number of leaves are ripped out, slight tears. Special copy Sha arei Yosher. Halachic treatise by Rabbi Shimon Yehudah Shkop. The first edition of the well-known book of Rabbi Shimon Shkop, Rosh Yeshiva of Grodno, a book known throughout the Jewish world as a trailblazer in learning and pilpul. The book was arranged in Piotrkow and printed in Warsaw. These leaves are rare. In addition, added to the end of this copy is an advertising page for the printer in Warsaw.

This leaf is not found in many of the copies. Original cloth binding, damaged and loose. First edition Chever Maamarim. VII [1], , [2] pages cm. The title page, introduction, and first discourse are printed, the rest are stencils - perhaps because of the war. The title page notes that this volume was printed in Vilna at the end of , just a few months before the outbreak of the war. During this period, after the Molotov Ribbentrop Pact, Mir was transferred to Soviet control and the yeshiva moved to Vilna, which was under Lithuanian rule.

Rabbi Yerucham HaLevi Levovitz was a prominent mussar personality of his generation. He was the spiritual leader mashgiach of various Lithuanian yeshivot.

He was the mashgiach in the Mir Yeshiva for a lengthy period of time and navigated it through a number of stormy periods. He taught many disciples who later become leaders of the generation. Simple, slightly loose binding. A number of loose and reinforced pages. Shem Pinsk, First edition The names and biographies of prominent rabbis and Jewish leaders throughout the Diaspora: Europe, Asia, Africa, America.

The author sent letters to rabbis throughout the world and asked for their details so that he could add them to their biographies in his work. On page , the author writes about the Chafetz Chaim.

He apologizes for the brief entry and states that it was because the Chafetz Chaim answered that he wasn t interested in being publicized. The author quotes the Chafetz Chaim s letter. Original blue binding with embossing. Without the illustrated title page cm.! Printers preface formatted as a rhymed poem with vowelized letters whose acrostics spell out their names: Hertz Levi Rofeh and son-in-law Kashman. The last leaf features a lengthy vowelized poem regarding the halachot of Yoreh Deah.

Prominent approbations for this edition: Magnificent copy with wide margins - 10 cm. Vilna and Grodno, [] Api Ravrevi. Printed on blue paper. However, only a small section was printed, through siman 25, and it was printed without the other commentaries. Printing was terminated because of the Napoleonic Wars. When the printing was restarted, the Biur HaGra was printed with additional commentaries, from the start of Shulchan Aruch through the conclusion. It was printed in a format that allowed those who owned what was previously printed to complete the work.

There are a few variants of this edition. Marginal reinforcements to leaves 15, First edition Pe at HaShulchan. Laws of Eretz Yisrael.

Compiled from the literature of the Tanaim and Rishonim. Based on the Seder Zeraim of the Gra and his path in halachah. By Rabbi Yisrael of Sklow. Safed, at the press of Yisrael Beck. The work opens with Rabbi Yisrael of Sklow s historic introduction: He relates the tragic story of the Perushim s immigration to Eretz Yisrael after the death of the Gra and the terrible travails they underwent.

This introduction is the basis for the historical documentation of the Gra and the immigration of the Perushim. Printing took over three years, from through , because of the riots and plunder in Safed in In his introduction, Rabbi Yisrael of Sklow details the events and tells about the destruction of the press by the rebels. The margins of the title page and first and last few pages have been professionally repaired, without loss of text.

Casablanca, An extremely harsh polemic book by the Rabbis of Casablanca: Casablanca [3], 14, [2], , , , [1], , [1] pages. The book contains historical material and praises for the Rabbis who agreed with their opinion, so that the public should be aware of their greatness.

Regarding the purchase of the rabbinate, by. Published anonymously, however Freidberg wrote that the author is Rabbi Menachem Yehoshua Weitzner, who signed with the acronym of his name: Material about the author is enclosed.

Chinuch Sections two and three. First edition Minchat Chinuch. Sections two and three. Individual title page for each section. A portion of the title and following page are missing, but with the leaves of Minchat Ani at the end of the work.

The book was published anonymously. The title page simply notes: Written by one of the outstanding sages of our generation This first edition is especially rare. The author, Rabbi Yosef Babad, was the rabbi of Tarnopol. The Minchat Chinuch is one of the most fundamental works in the world of Torah scholarship, accepted by all factions of Torah Judaism.

Over the years, dozens of editions have been printed and many elucidations have been written on it. Minchat Chinuch, section one.

Lengthy, interesting notation by Rabbi Zvi Biderman [? First edition Simchat Levav. Old ownership inscriptions on the endpaper. The title page is in a unique frame. The author was known for his work Milchamah B Shalom on the sale of Yosef, which was printed in many editions. Milchamah B Shalom was printed anonymously, and in this book page 5 he reveals his name and explains why he chose to print anonymously.

Original leather binding, slightly damaged. Amsterdam, in the printing press of Joseph Proops. With all of the opening leaves and the introduction, on page 8b is an illustration of the Kohen s hands spread out to bless the people as the symbol of the Props printing house. Half-leather binding with embossing. A few reinforcements on the inner margins of a number of leaves. Le guide des egares, traite de theologie et de philosophiae par Moise ben Maimoun In the French title: Here it appears in Arabic written in large Hebrew letters, so that the Hebrew-speaking reader, who can not read Arabic, can read the work as it was originally written in Arabic.

Appears with a translation and commentary in French. The editing, translation, and commentary were done by Shlomo Munk of Paris , the well-known Jewish researcher and Orientalist who also served as the secretary of Adolfe Cremieux and was a member of the French Academy of Literature. This tremendous work took some ten years. Three magnificent semi-leather and marbleized paper bindings.

The spine is professionally reinforced. The page cuts match the marbleized binding. Edition on white paper copy 2 and part of the title page with red letters. Unique work regarding the chronological transmission of the Torah from generation to generation.

Notes the era of each sage throughout the generation, the works he authored, and his biography as transmitted from previous generations. This book is the exclusive source for rich information regarding the history of the Jewish nation. He writes about his lineage on the title page of the work and writes at length about unknown historical facts - particularly regarding his forefather Rashi - Rabbi Shlomo Yitzchaki.

This book was one of the first works printed in Kopyst. We ve included it with this lot. The margins have been professionally repaired. Colored cut leaves, wide margins. First edition Laws relevant to women, mussar, prayers and supplications for Jewish women in Judeo-Persian, in the Baghdad dialect,.

Title page and dedication page to the woman who donated funds for publishing the book, in gold letters. The title page lists the place of printing as, Leghorn Ba with the letters of Leghorn in bold. The real place of printing wasn t listed, because the government would not give license to print a book with the word chukim laws in its title.

The women of Baghdad would read this work together in groups on Shabbat and the holidays. Refer to the Ben Ish Chai mentioned above, p Simple binding. Aryeh Frankfurt on the Oder, []. First edition Shaagas Aryeh.

First edition of the noted work, printed by the author himself. The author was called by the name of his work, the Shaagas. Aryeh Like many other copies, this exemplar does not feature the concluding leaves that were added after printing.

On the bottom of the page behind the title, there is a printed thank-you from the author to R Yehudah Leib of Frankfurt a. Oder [3 lines], The bottom line has been partially cropped. Most copies do not have these lines.

Owner signature on title page. Minimal worming holes on the last leaves affecting a number of words. One leaf is not bound in its proper place. A beautiful set of Mishnayot, in a small format. A complete set including all of the leaves of additions and the diagrams within the commentaries. Some handwriting at the beginning of the order of Taharot.

In part 3 are a few corrections in the lower margins. On the upper page cut is a blemish on a small number of titles in this part and in Taharot. Correction and lack in the writing in the introduction to the 39 melachot. Fine-very fine general condition. The author was a 17th century Salonikan sage.

He later moved to Izmir where he taught Torah. His granddaughter Mira was married to Shabtai Zvi. The two books are bound together in an old, broken binding. Stains and a few tears. Only edition Yad Eliyahu. Unique, interesting work regarding the rulings of Chazal, following the order of the Mishneh Torah L Rambam. Title page with architectural woodcut border. The author was a Turkish sage.

He immigrated to Eretz Yisrael in and taught Torah in Jerusalem. He was persecuted and eventually fled to Rhodes where he served as rabbi. He passed away in Interesting introduction by his disciple Rabbi Shmuel Amato. Owner signatures on title page. Worn, detached leather binding. Detached title page with marginal tears. Minimal marginal aging stains and worming holes. Kohen and Mareh Ohr Keren Zolkiew, []. Keren Ohr - Novellae, pilpulim, and responsa, including those which the author discussed with the authors of the Pnei Yehoshua and Tevuot Shor.

Features prominent approbations that praise and extol the author, from the rabbis of Drohbycz, Belz, nine communities, and Slutsk. The author died at a young age ci. We know very little about the author today.

In the preface, his son relates his father s biography, as well as his own biography. The little that is known about the author is from this extremely rare book [material enclosed].

He edited and arranged the family tree in Keter Torah [Satmar, ]. Restored blemishes in the margins of the first leaves with no damage to the text. The two bottom lines of the introduction to Mareh Kohen are cropped, as are the last three leaves. Old leaves with aging stains. Chiddushei HaRitva on Bava Kama. Most of the book is the first printing. The title page and a few more leaves bear a few marginal corrections, some loss to the handwritten text.

Important note about the author s death Yad David. First edition, important handwritten notation about the date of the author s death. Rabbi Yosef David Sinzheim c was one of the greatest rabbis of his time. He was the chief rabbi of France and the head of Napoleon s. Sanhedrin He was known as the Yad David after the name of his book. The author only published this section. Other sections of his book were recently published by Machon Yerushalayim. The endpaper bears an important notation about the date of the author s death, written when he died.

Other than a tape reinforcement on the title page, the book s pages are in very fine condition. Especially rare Leaves from Tractate Berachot. Salonika, at the press of Chaim Eliyahu Pardo. The tractate was printed independently; not as a section of a complete Talmud. We only saw the title. Includes a colophon with a list of the people who worked on the book, with illustration. Many aging stains, small holes, marginal tears.

Magnificent parchment and silver binding. Amsterdam, [] Prayers for the entire year with commentary in Yiddish, with Tehillim and techinot. Magnificent parchment binding with silver.

Siddur for women according to the Polish customs. Includes prayers for the entire year, with selichot, yotzrot, and the Passover haggadah. Three illustrations on the title page: Separate title page for Tehillim and the Seder Techinot, which includes techinot in Yiddish. The prayerbook has a magnificent parchment binding. It has a thin, smooth silver border that defines the three sides of the binding, the front and back.

The border is supported with two small clips in the back section on both sides of the binding. The front top and bottom corners have matching silver decorations, on both sides of the binding.

A silver clasp with flowers and leaves, comprised of three sections, sits at the center of the binding. The date on the plaque indicates that it was added about 80 years after the siddur was printed and was gifted to the couple Baruch and Hitzlah at their. The back binding is missing the upper border.

Small tears in the title page margins, far from the text. Prayer for Emperor Napoleon Prayerbook according to the Ashkenazic customs. Mantua, press of Eliezer Shlomo of Italy, []. Added handwritten prayer in honor of Emperor Napoleon. A number of prayerbooks of various ethnic groups were printed in Mantua that year.

This prayerbook is not listed bibliographically. Leaf 65, with the text recited prior to the removal of the Torah scroll on Shabbat, bears a handwritten Mi Shebeirach prayer in honor of Emperor Napoleon some of the text was cropped in the binding.

Local customs were handwritten in a few other places. The last page has a nicely written [Hebrew] note: B H, this prayer is mine, Mordechai Chaim Luria of. Light blemish to the margins of the title page. Restored blemishes to a number of leaves. London, Magnificent copy Siach Yitzchak. Prayers for the entire year according to the Polish custom, with an English translation by Avraham ben Yitzchak Ferrara Mendez.

An additional title page in English. Hebrew and English, on facing pages. Page and the parallel pages: He Who gives salvation to Kings in honor of Queen Victoria and her family. XXVII pages printed from left to right: In the subsequent years others editions of this prayerbook were printed, with the date of this edition.

Original leather binding with silver embossing. Leghorn, Prayer book according to the Sephardic customs. Nice prayerbook in small format. Listed by the Bibliography of the Hebrew Book according to a copy in a private collection and in Vinograd- Rosenfeld according to this very copy. Slightly worn cloth binding. Yisrael Munich, [] A prayerbook for the entire year, according to the western Ashkenazi custom with additions according to the customs of Poland, printed with the approbation of Rabbi Avraham Bing, av d of Wurzburg a disciple of Rabbi Natan Adler , Munich, [].

An additional title page in German and an illustrated title page - copper engraving. Hebrew and German on facing pages in the letters of the printer Zirndorf from Furth. Alexander Behr edited the prayerbook and added the introduction. New marbleized paper binding. Altona, [] Machzor for the entire year, according to the Polish customs.

Edited and arranged by Rabbi Meir Ganz. Large format for cantors. Large volume machzor for cantors, with large letters, elucidations, commentaries, and laws. This is the first section with prayers for weekdays, Shabbat, selichot for the High Holidays, and prayers for Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur with all the hymns.

Includes the special prayers recited by the Ashkenazic communities. Concludes with Kuntres Minhagim. The first is an illustrated copperplate engraving with the artist s name printed under the picture.

A few scuff marks. Reinforcements and a few tears on the bottom of some leaves of the weekday morning and Shabbat evening prayers.

Includes prayers for weekdays, Shabbat, Rosh Chodesh, yotzrot for specific Shabbatot, Seder Chanukah with parshiot, the fast of the 10th of Tevet, the fast of Esther and Seder Purim, Seder Pesach with the Passover haggadah, Ethics of the Fathers, Prayers for Shavuot, fast of the 17th of Tammuz, 9th of Av, and the yotzer added during. Nachamu Shabbat Old, magnificent but rubbed leather binding. Light blemishes to solitary leaves. Includes prayers for the weekday and Shabbat, fasts, Passover, and Shavuot.

Unique copy - leaves were reprinted. A similar copy is listed by the Bibliography of the Hebrew Book, entry Old, rubbed half-leather binding. Tear in the last leaf, without loss. Nine volumes some with blue paper. First and second day of Passover [6], , 12 leaves. Seventh and eighth day of Passover , , 12 leaves. Shavuot [8], 10, 12, , 12 leaves. First day of Rosh Hashanah [2], , 12 leaves. Second day of Rosh Hashanah [1], 89, 12 leaves. Yom Kippur night [1], 56, 16 leaves. Yom Kippur [3], 68, 12, 22, 41, 12, 28, 12, 33, [1] leaves.

First and second day of Sukkot [2], 12, 63, 10, 12 leaves. Shemini Atzeret and Simchat Torah [7], 7, [should say: Includes all supplements and approbations added during. First edition of these noted machzorim arranged by Rabbi Wolf Heidenheim. They were later reprinted in many editions. Original leather and half leather with marbleized paper bindings excluding one volume.

Each volume in a matching slipcase. Prayers and selichot for the five fast days, with Italian translation. Printed on quality white paper. Prayers according to the customs of the Sephardim for the five fast days: Italian translation on facing pages. Quality paper, minimal aging stains. Illustrated miniature Sefirat HaOmer. Offenbach [without printer s name].

The last leaves feature the Wayfarer s Prayer and Eiruv. Five copperplate engravings printed in the book: Especially rare book, not listed by the Bibliography of the Hebrew Book, although it has entries for similar editions from different years.

Light blemish to frontispiece. Bibliographically unknown Selichot for the entire year, with Yiddish commentary. From the first Hebrew press in Vilna.

Missing the title page. Owner signature on the last leaf. Selichot for the entire year with Yiddish commentary in Tzena U Rena letters. The first pagination includes selichot for the days leading up to Rosh Hashanah and the Ten Days of Repentance.

This Sefer Selichot is not listed bibliographically and is not in any of the large public libraries throughout the world. Aging stains, the last leaf has been taped. Museum piece Seder Sefirat HaOmer with the evening prayers, hymns, the Torah portion of the nesi im, and more.

Vienna at the press of George Hraschanzky, []. Cardboard binding covered with white cloth. The handiwork forms a styled border with a colorful embroidered picture of a grapevine with three clusters on its front cover and a flowery bush on its back. This was all made by hand in the 19th century.

An additional leaf was inserted at the conclusion with Birkat HaIlanot in a scribal hand. Seder Tefillat HaOmer with kabbalistic prayers, evening prayers, the blessing for the new moon and more. With various kabbalistic prayers. Listed bibliographically according to an incomplete copy in a private collection. Not in the National Library or other large public libraries worldwide.

A number of titles were cropped. The haggadah opens with the text of the personal chametz sale of Rabbi Efraim Zalman Margaliot, from which, according to his approbation, we can learn the correct text for this procedure. Stains and general wear. Reinforcements to the pages and a few tears in the first and last leaves. Lemberg at the press of B. Necheles [56] leaves cm. Early chassidic haggadah with the commentary of the Maggid of Zalosce , a disciple of the Maggid of Mezeritsch and the Maggid of Zlotchov.

The first edition was printed in , and was one of the earliest chassidic haggadot. Rabbi Yisrael Yehudah Shapiro, the author s grandson and the publisher of this work, added many excerpts from the author s manuscripts to this edition.

The last page features the Tzettel Katan from the Noam Elimelech. Two editions of this haggadah were printed in Lemberg that year. Uncommon haggadah, not listed by Yaari. Ben Menachem 20b; Otzar Haggadot Simple binding. Stains, minimal marginal worming holes. Light blemish to title page. Levisson, formerly Proops Press. Haggadah in Hebrew with instructions for conducting the seder, before each paragraph in Dutch.

Picture of the seder plate on the back of the title page. Rare copy - printed on yellow paper. The editors of Otzar Haggadot did not see this type of copy refer to entry Original binding with reinforced back. Buenos Aires, Original illustrated binding Illustrated Passover haggadah, with halachic comments in Yiddish and Spanish translation by Prof.

Buenos Aires, Original, illustrated binding. Haggadah with Yiddish instructions, along with Spanish translation on facing pages and a Spanish title page. Various types of illustrations. Interesting haggadah for immigrant Jews from Eastern Europe alongside the local Spanish-speaking population.

Not listed by Yaari. Ben Menachem a55, Otzar Haggadot Original binding with colored illustration and the artist s signature in the plate: The back binding features the Spanish title page. Front and back of binding decorated with text.

Cologne, Illustrated title page and music notes Passover haggadah with German translation and music notes by composer J. Cologne, [3], [III], pages, [3], , [8] pages of notes. Two title pages at the start of the book.

The second one features illustrations with Biblical images by D. Text under the hymns in Hebrew and German. Antique, red German binding. Light blemish to spine. Attached to a simple wood stick. Writing the megillah in 11 lines enabled the scribe to write the names of the ten sons of Haman in one column in regular letters.

This is different than most megillot which are written in a way that allows for a complete column for these names only if they are written in large letters. The kashrut of the megillah has not been assessed. Corrections in a number of locations.

Jerusalem, Beck Printing Press, []. On the second title page is an illustration of a vase with flowers, and a copper engraving of the Western Wall and the site of the Temple on the rear side of the title page.

On the first title page are the names of the some of the commentators, and on the second title page the commentaries of the Vilna Gaon and the Chatam Sofer are listed. The commentaries of the Vilna Gaon and the Chatam Sofer were printed at the end after the haggadah in a separate page count. Perhaps these commentaries reached the printers towards the end of the printing.

HaLevi, Sifrei Yerushalayim Cuts in the margins of a few leaves. Austria, Kaniel Megillah Esther Rolle. Colored, elegant facsimile on cloth of an illuminated megillah from Europe, 18th century, limited edition, with a book elucidating the megillah.

Akademische Druck - u Verlagsanstalt, Graz.

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He served in various intelligence positions and was arrested a number of times by the British, who finally exiled him to Africa. Album with rabbinical postcards, a souvenir of the third Knessiah HaGedolah of Agudat Yisrael that was held in Marienbad and featured discussions regarding their position on Zionism and the Partition Plan. Hooks for hanging at the sides. לסביות פורנו סקסק proceeds from the venture were to benefit the Eitz Chaim institutions in Jerusalem. Published anonymously, however Freidberg wrote that the author is Rabbi Menachem Yehoshua Weitzner, who signed with the acronym of his name: In the title is a verse from chapter 5 of Ezekiel. American in Russian style, c Height:

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