Yitsḥaḳ ben Mosheh (1200-1270)
This 14th and 15th century Askhenazi miscellany is a vademecum for personal use, destined to a scholar and composed mainly of halakhic material on ritual slaughtering, reflecting the decisions of the most important rabbinical authorities from 13th to 15th century Ashkenaz. There are also numerous treatises and tables on the Jewish and Christian calendars scattered throughout the manuscript. In addition, there is a selection of liturgical and mystical commentaries, as well as excerpts of ethical, Midrashic and Talmudic literature. The margins of the manuscript are filled with small notes and texts on medical recipes and magical incantations for various occasions in Hebrew and in Old West Yiddish.
Online Since: 12/12/2019
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- Alḥarizi, Yehudah ben Shelomoh (Author) | Avrāhām ben Dāwīd aus Posquières (Author) | Barukh ben Yitsḥaḳ (Author) | Bĕk̲ôr Šôr, Yôsēf (Author) | El'āzar Ben-Yehûdā (Author) | Heidenheim, Moritz (Former possessor) | Ibn-Gabirol, Shelomoh Ben-Yehudah (Author) | Menahem ben Jacob of Worms (Author) | Meʾir ben Barukh, Rothenburg (Author) | Mosheh ben Yaʿaḳov, mi-Ḳutsi (Author) | Perets ben Elijah, von Corbeil (Author) | Seʿadyah, Gaʾon (Author) | Simcha ben Samuel, aus Vitry (Author) | Yehudah ben Shemuʾel, he-Ḥasid (Author) | Yitsḥaḳ ben Mosheh (Author) | Yitsḥaḳ Ben-Yosef, Corbeil (Author) Found in: Standard description