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Mishna: Mit Ybersetsung un Pirush in Yiddish. / Mishna Translation and Commentary in Yiddish. 6 volumes:1) Zeraim ["Seeds"]2) Mo'ed ["Festival"]3) Nashim ["Women"]4) Neziqin ["Damages"]5) Kodashim ["Holy Things"]6) Tohorot ["Purities"]
Published by the author, Montreal 1949 - Complete in 6 volumes. 8vo. v. 448pp. vii. 471 (15)pp. vi. 400 (13)pp. vii. 504pp. vi. 523 (5)pp. v. 607 (17)pp. Black cloth with green lettering to cover and spine. Ex-libris. Contains the six orders of the Mishnah, the first recording of the oral law of the Jewish people, as championed by the Pharisees. This edition is very famous and renowned for the extensive commentary in Yiddish. Scuffing, rubbing and staining to boards and spines, with lettering fading but still clearly readable. Browning to pages and page edges. Free front endpaper of volume 2 is inscribed by owner with pen [in ebrew]. but still attached. In Hebrew, Aramaic and Yiddish. In good condition. The Mishnah is considered the first work of Rabbinic Judaism. It was redacted around the year 200 CE by Yehudah Ha-Nasi ["Judah the Prince"). Rabbinic commentaries on the Mishnah over the next three centuries were recorded mostly in Aramaic and were redacted as the Gemara. The Mishnah and the Gemara together form the Talmud. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
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