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Halikot `olam `im mevo´ hagemara´

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Autore:Ha-Levi, Joshua -

Titolo: Halikot ‘olam ‘im mevo’ hagemara’, sive Clavis Talmudica. Complectens formulas, loca dialectica et rhetorica priscorum Judaeorum. Latine reddita per Constantinum L’Empereur ab Oppyck, S. T. D. et controversiarum Judaicarum professorem in Academia Lugdunensi. Cum indicibus accuratissimis, et dissertazione, qua operis usus, utilitasque ostenduntur

Pubblicazione: Lugduni Batavorum, ex officina Elseviriorum, 1634

Note: «Le texte de ce volume contient 232 pages, imprimées à mi-marge en hébreu et en latin, précédées de pièces liminaires et suivies de plusieurs index. Les index et les liminaires ne sont pas paginés» (Simon Bérard, Essai bibliographique sur les éditions des Elzévirs, les plus précieuses et les plus recherchées précédé d’une notice sur ces imprimeurs célèbres, Paris, Firmin Didot, 1822, p. 243). Un indice dell’opera: «p. [i]: title; p. [ii]: blank; pp. [iii-xix]: dedication to the Governors of Leiden University, dated Leiden, 6 August 1634; pp. [xx-xxxix]: preface; p. [xl]: Lat. laudatory poem by Johannes Goch; p. 1: title Halikhot olam; pp. 2-7: introd.; pp. 9-221: text Halikhot olam; pp. 222-232: text Mevo hagemara; pp. [233-256]: indices» (Lajb Fuks – R. G. Fuks-Mansfeld, Hebrew Typography in the Northern Netherlands, 1585-1815, Brill, Leiden 1984, p. 44, n. 50).

Descrizione: XL, 232, XXIV pp.; in-4°


Biblioteca di Spinoza: Libro posseduto da Spinoza registrato nell'inventario del 1677 con la seguente descrizione notarile "19 - L'Empereur Clavis Talmudica.".
«[A] complete methodological work was written by Rabbi Joshua ha-Levi of Talmisan, North Africa, by the name of Halikoth Olam (The Ways of the World, i. e. the world of Jewish law and religion). In his preface, the author tells how he came to write the book. He fled his native country on account of persecutions that broke out there in 1467 and went to Castile. On arriving in Toledo, he found a patron in Don Vidal ben Labi, and at the latter’s request, wrote this book in order to instruct him in the ways of the Talmud. It is divided into five portals. Which are subdivided in chapters. The first portal or section deals with the nature of the Mishnah, its divisions and orders, the generations of the Tannaim and Amoraim, and the pseudonyms of scholars. The second one discusses in great detail the terminology of the Gemarah, the third the methods of the Mishnah, the fourth the thirteen rules of hermeneutics. The fifth is devoted to a statement of the rules of decision of the Halakah. Rabbi Joshua, of course, utilized to a great extent the Sepher Keritoth, but improved upon it. The main improvement consist in the orderly and logical arrangement of the material and in the clearness and simplicity of style. These qualities made the book accessible to any intelligent student who wished to acquaint himself with the methods and ways of the Talmud. Of special value is the second portal which gives in a systematica way and detailed manners the terms and method used by the Amoraim. It is more comprehensive than the part of the Keritoth dealing with the same subject. The Kalikoth Olam was translated into Latin in 1634 by the famous Christian scholar Constantin L’Empereur of Holland» (Meyer Waxman, History of Jewish Literature, 6 voll., Kessinger Publishing, Whitefish, MT, 2003, vol. II, pp. 192-193).


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Biblioteca Nazionale Centrale Vittorio Emanuele II (Roma) Ed.: Ha-Levi, Joshua, Halikot ‘olam ‘im mevo’ hagemara’, sive Clavis Talmudica. Complectens formulas, loca dialectica et rhetorica priscorum Judaeorum. Latine reddita per Constantinum L’Empereur ab Oppyck, S. T. D. et controversiarum Judaicarum professorem in Academia Lugdunensi. Cum indicibus accuratissimis, et dissertazione, qua operis usus, utilitasque ostenduntur, Lugduni Batavorum, ex officina Elseviriorum, 1634; XL, 232, XXIV pp.; in-4°.
Biblioteca Nazionale Universitaria di Torino (Torino) Ed.: Ha-Levi, Joshua, Halikot ‘olam ‘im mevo’ hagemara’, sive Clavis Talmudica. Complectens formulas, loca dialectica et rhetorica priscorum Judaeorum. Latine reddita per Constantinum L’Empereur ab Oppyck, S. T. D. et controversiarum Judaicarum professorem in Academia Lugdunensi. Cum indicibus accuratissimis, et dissertazione, qua operis usus, utilitasque ostenduntur, Lugduni Batavorum, ex officina Elseviriorum, 1634; XL, 232, XXIV pp.; in-4°.
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