Ein Ya’akov continued to be published under the name Ein Yisrael in places where Hebrew printing was not restricted by the Inquisition. While many of these imprints may be so named simply because they are copies of earlier editions named Ein Yisrael, those printed in other places, such as this Frankfort a. Main edition, were named Ein Yisrael so that the work might be exported to Italy. Ein Ya'akov remained on the Index librorum prohibitorum until the very end, appearing on the last edition of the Index, issued in 1948.
This edition, in two volumes, was published by Zalman Aptrod and Moses Gumborg at the press of Johann Keller in, “And you shall take a bunch (Aggudat) ולקחתם אגודת (483=1723)” (Exodus 12:22). The first volume contains tractates Berakhot through Shekalim, the second Yevamot through Ukzin.
מעבר לשער הקדמה בצורת שיר הפותח: שישו ושמחו הוגי דת אל, חתום: שלמה זלמן אפטרוד. הועתק בשינויים מן השיר של ר' זלמן בארגר שבדפוס אמשטרדם תנ"ח.
שמות המחברים נשמטו.