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Lot #    20476
Auction End Date    4/1/2008 12:51:30 PM (mm/dd/yyyy)
          
Title Information
Title (English)    Hinnukh Beit Yehudah
Title (Hebrew)    חינוך בית יהודה
Author    [The R. Hillel Lichtenstein of Kolomyya Copy]
City    Frankfurt am Main
Publisher    Johann Kelner
Publication Date    1709
          
Collection Information
Independent Item    This listing is an independent item not part of any collection
          
Description Information
Physical
Description
   Only edition. [1], 75 f., quarto, 197:158 mm., nice margins, usual age staining, old hands, stamps. A good copy bound in modern full leather boards.
          
Paragraph 1    The copy of R. Hillel b. Baruch Lichtenstein (1815–1891), Hungarian rabbi, with his signature of f. 2. R. Lichtenstein was one of the outstanding pupils of R. Moses Sofer. He first served as rabbi of Margarethen and in 1854 was elected rabbi of Kolozsvar, the capital of Transylvania. After 18 months he was compelled to leave the locality without officially assuming office, owing to his opposition to R. Abraham Friedman, rabbi of Transylvania, and because of the internal frictions in the community which were aggravated as a result. His refusal to go to Gyulafehervar (Alba-Julia), where the district rabbi had his seat, to receive his sanction to take up his post, as was then the custom, served as the formal reason for his departure. Between 1865 and 1867 he was rabbi of Szikszo also in Hungary. He then moved to Galicia and became rabbi of Kolomyya (Kolomea). R. Lichtenstein was one of the dominant figures of the Orthodox community in their struggle with the reformers both before and after the great schism of 1869. He fought against any suspicion of reform in the life of the Jews, and sharply criticized those Orthodox Jews, including rabbis, who inclined to any kind of innovation in religious practices. He especially attacked those who attempted to preach in German, and even censured R. Azriel Hildesheimer on this account. R. Lichtenstein's pupils also served as uncompromising fighters against religious reforms. At rabbinical conventions in Hungary, called on his initiative, the main principles of extremist Orthodoxy for Hungarian Jewry were laid down. The first convention of this kind assembled in Satoraljadjhely in 1864 but the main one took place in 1866 in Nagymihaly (Michalovce) where resolutions were adopted excommunicating Reform Judaism and any rabbi preaching in German or any other European language. Ten takkanot were also enacted, which to this day serve as the basis of the separation between Orthodox Jews and reformers in Hungary. R. Lichtenstein wrote many books, including Maskil el Dal, 4 parts, sermons (1860–69); Shirei Maskil, on ethics (1877); Avkat Rokhel, responsa, 2 parts (1883–85); and Et La'asot, in Yiddish, on ethics, 2 parts (1878).

The copy of R. Jacob Banet from family of Moravian rabbis and scholars. Perhaps R. Jacob (d. 1812) dayyan in Alt-Ofen and grandfather of R. Mordecai Banet.

          
Detailed
Description
   Commentary and novella on the Shulkhan Arukh.
          
Paragraph 2    ... על סדר ארבע טורים ... הלכה למעשה... והרוב הם משו"ת... ר' יהודא ליב זצ"ל שהי' אב"ד בק"ק פפערשי... וגם מאביו... ר' חנוך דרשן זצ"ל... ומזקינו... ר' יהודא ליב זצ"ל א"ש שהי' אב"ד ור"מ בק"ק לאדמר. נקרא ר' ליב ר' העניכש... וגם... קצת שו"ת משאר גאונים... נתחבר ונתלקט ונדפס ע"י בנו... ר' חנוך הענוך נר"ו אשר ישב על כסא הוראה בק"ק שנייטך... ועם הנופך שהוסיף מדליה...
          
Reference
Description
   CD-EPI 0138886; Vinograd, Frankfurt am Main 219
        
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Listing Classification
Period
19th Century:    Checked
  
Location
Germany:    Checked
Other:    Hungary
  
Subject
Halacha:    Checked
  
Characteristic
Language:    Hebrew
  
Manuscript Type
  
Kind of Judaica