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Lot #    10746
Auction End Date    5/24/2005 3:09:00 PM (mm/dd/yyyy)
Title Information
Title (English)    Peria, Sabbath und Doppelfeier
Author    [First Ed.] Dr. Mordecai Duschak
City    Vienna
Publisher    Witwe & Sommer
Publication Date    1846
Collection Information
Independent Item    This listing is an independent item not part of any collection
Description Information
   Only edition. VIII, 48 pp., 177:110 mm., light age and damp staining. A very good copy not bound as published.
   R. Mordecai Duschak (Moritz; 18151890), rabbi, teacher, and writer. Duschak was born in Triesch, Moravia. He studied under Moses Sofer in Pressburg, and later was appointed rabbi in Aussee and in Gaya, both in Moravia. From 1877 he occupied the post of preacher and teacher in Cracow. Toward the end of his life he moved to Vienna, where he remained until his death. Duschak published many studies on talmudic topics and Jewish scholarship in both Hebrew and German.

His noteworthy books in German are: Umriss des biblisch-talmudischen Synagogen-Rechtes (1853); Das mosaisch-talmudische Eherecht (1864); Geschichte und Darstellung des juedischen Cultus (1866); Das mosaisch-talmudische Strafrecht (1869); Zur Botanik des Talmud (1870); Die biblisch-talmudische Glaubenslehre (1873); Tor Esier (against the Blood Libel, 1883). In Hebrew he published Yerushalayim ha-Benuyah (1880, combining the Babylonian and Jerusalem Talmuds in order to explain the mishnayot of tractates Eruvin, Pesahim. Megillah, and Yoma).

   A. Bauminger et al. (eds.), Sefer Cracow (1959), 103f.; Kressel, Leksikon, 1 (1965), 546; EJ; JE
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Listing Classification
19th Century:    Checked
Other:    Austria
Homiletics:    Checked
First Editions:    Checked
Language:    German
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