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Ben Yemini (commentary on the ibn Ezra)—only edition, Vienna 1824. Rare!
Sefer Ben Yemini, exegsis on the commentary of Rabbi Avraham Ibn Ezra on the Torah, with the solutions to his riddles, by Rabbi Benjamin Ze'ev Wolf of Fararoy (Moravia region in the Czech Republic). As Rabbi Avraham Ibn Ezra's commentary on the Torah is very profoundly known, many books have been printed throughout the generations to interpret the Ibn Ezra's commentaries. At the beginning of the book, the following rabbis' consent was printed: Rabbi Mordechai Bennett, Rabbi Baruch Frenkel Teumim (The "Baruch Ta’am" of Leipnik [father-in-law of the "Divrei Chaim" of Sanz]) who writes on the note: "... and he really revealed his conscience to his truth ..", and the addition of Rabbi David Deutsche "the Ohel David", and Rabbi Moshe Sofer "Chatam Sofer.” Rare edition. 186  pages. 17.5 cm. Minor stains. Excellent overall condition. Original binding with spine tear. Nice copy.
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