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    Jehel Hillel ben David Altschuler. [Hebrew Text:] Kuntres Binyan ha-Hayit.[On Ezekiel's temple]. Zolkiew? 1775? Krown & Spellman retail: $250. 4to. aleph-daleth 4. 30p. Woodcuts on title page and as tail-piece. Modern cloth, old stamp on title page of "Z. Ailperin, Rabiner", minor marginal worming, occasional light stains, good copy. From the Krown & Spellman Collection.

    More Information: Jehiel (18th c.) visted Jewish communities in Germany, Holland, and Italy. "It describes Ezekiel's vision of the future Sanctuary. The treatise contains a poem by Solomon Dubno and a talmudic novellae by the author." [Ency. Judaica]

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    April, 2015
    23rd Thursday
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