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Code of Jewish Law (Kitzur Schulchan Aruch)


A compilation of Jewish Laws and Customs


A guide to, and abbreviation of, the standard code of Jewish law, the Shulhan Aruch
Publisher: Gorgias Press LLC
Availability: In stock
SKU (ISBN): 978-1-61719-817-5
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Publication Status: In Print

Publication Date: Aug 13,2010
Interior Color: Black
Trim Size: 6 x 9
Page Count: 578
Language: English
ISBN: 978-1-61719-817-5
$225.00

A guide to, and abbreviation (kitzur) of, the standard code of Jewish law, the Shulhan Aruch - itself an abbreviation of a much longer text. Compiled by a Hungarian Rabbi in the mid-nineteenth century, this is a practical and effective code, intended for Jewish businessmen who wish to keep the Law and educate their sons without themselves engaging in halakhic investigations - and will be equally useful to students of Orthodox custom and ritual.

A guide to, and abbreviation (kitzur) of, the standard code of Jewish law, the Shulhan Aruch - itself an abbreviation of a much longer text. Compiled by a Hungarian Rabbi in the mid-nineteenth century, this is a practical and effective code, intended for Jewish businessmen who wish to keep the Law and educate their sons without themselves engaging in halakhic investigations - and will be equally useful to students of Orthodox custom and ritual.

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Solomon Ganzfried

Hyman E. Goldin

  • INDEX:Volume 2 (page 7)
  • INDEX:Volume 3 (page 9)
  • INDEX:Volume 4 (page 11)
  • VOLUME 1 (page 15)
  • VOLUME II (page 169)
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