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Lot #    16744
Auction End Date    12/5/2006 1:45:00 PM (mm/dd/yyyy)
          
Title Information
Title (English)    Gebet- und Erbauungsbuch für Israeliten
Author    [First Ed. - Liturgy] M. Präger
City    Leipzig - Brilon
Publisher    M. Friedlaender'schen
Publication Date    1851
          
Collection Information
Independent Item    This listing is an independent item not part of any collection
          
Description Information
Physical
Description
   First (only?) edition. 2v. in 1 [vi, 266 pp.] 211:134 mm., light age and damp staining, nice margins, stamps. A very good copy not bound.
          
Detailed
Description
   Title: Gebet- und Erbauungsbuch für Israeliten: angeknüpft an die einzelnen Wochenabschnitte der Bibel: nebst einem Rituale für alle Fälle der öffentlichen und häuslichen Andacht

A Jewish prayer book, printed in German with varying amounts of Hebrew used, according to the section. The book is divided into two volumes. The first is labeled "Die öffentliche Andacht " [public worship] and the second is "häussliche Andacht" ["home" or private worship]. The first section also includes a German summary of the Torah portion for the week for all five books of the Torah.

The prayer book was compiled by R. M. Präger, who was the Rabbi in Bruchsal, which is a city in the grand duchy of Baden. Jews resided here as early as the beginning of the twelfth century. In 1337 the Jews of Bruchsal joined with those of a number of other places in paying an annual tribute of 700 marks (in lieu of the taxes levied) to the bishop of Speyer. They also lent various sums to the bishop, which money was credited against the tribute due. At the time of the Black Death (1348-49) many Jews of Bruchsal were martyred. During the Middle Ages and the Reformation the Jews of Bruchsal suffered in common with their coreligionists throughout Germany. Until the French Revolution the Jewish community numbered only one or two hundred persons; and there were never so many as at the present time (1902), when about 100 families are to be found in the place.

          
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Listing Classification
Period
19th Century:    Checked
  
Location
Germany:    Checked
  
Subject
Liturgy:    Checked
  
Characteristic
First Editions:    Checked
Language:    German, some Hebrew
  
Manuscript Type
  
Kind of Judaica