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Selihot ke-Minhag k'k Sephardim
סליחות כמנהג ק'ק ספרדים
[Ladino - Liturgy]
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, 49:49 pp., 185:127 mm., usual age staining, nice margins, tears. A good copy not bound as issued.
Selihot following the rites of Sephardim in Hebrew with Ladino translation. Ladino religious literature had its origins in pre-expulsion Spain, it was only in exile, however, that it really developed. The major original translations include the Book of Psalms (Constantinople, 1540); the Pentateuch (Constantinople, 1547); the Prophets (Salonika, 1572); and a complete translation of the Bible by R. Abraham ben Isaac Assa (Constantinople, 1739–45), which became the most popular text among the Sephardi communities of the East.
קון לאדינו... בשער: ביינה שנת כ'ת'ר'ה' [תרכ"ה]. ד"ס של הוצאה זאת.
CD-EPI 0183193; Yaari, Ladino 189
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