Auction 124 Part 1 Clearance Sale Part 1
Sep 22, 2020
 3 Shatner Center 1st Floor Givat Shaul Jerusalem

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We have assembled approximately 700 interesting, rare and diverse items across various areas of interest whose common denominator is their low opening price, much lower than their real value.

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LOT 5:

Signature of the Gaon Rabbi Yishmael HaKohen, Author of 'Zera Emet, ' and the Sages of his Beit Din. Modena, 1787

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Signature of the Gaon Rabbi Yishmael HaKohen, Author of 'Zera Emet, ' and the Sages of his Beit Din. Modena, 1787

Emissary's document to receive a get from a wife, signed by the renowned gaon, Rabbi Yishmael HaKohen, Av Beit Din of Modena, author of Shu"t Zera Emet and the sages of his rabbinical court, Rabbi Ephraim Galiko and Rabbi Ya'akov Chaim ben Yichye.

Rabbi Yishmael HaKohen of Modena (1724-1811) was held in great esteem among the Jewish people. He was one of the great Later Authorities and rabbinic leaders of his generation in Italy. He served as the rabbi of Modena for over 30 years. He is known for his important work, Zera Emet, in three parts. He was admired by the sages of his generation and the Chid"a expounded his virtues and described him as the glory of the generation, the great light, the expert rabbi.

The author of Zera Emet writes much praise about the members of his above-mentioned beit din in his foreword: 'my colleagues and partners from our beit din tzeddek ... the great sage Rabbi Ya'akov ben Yichye and ... Rabbi Ephraim Galiko ..." [Rabbi Ephraim authored the work "Sha'ashu'ei Ephraim, " which has remained in manuscript, Gironi p. 2 section 7].

Double leaf sized 18x28 cm. Very fine condition.

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