23 June 1999
VITAL, Hayyim (Safed; 1542-1620). Sefer ha-Likkutim (in the redaction by Benjamin Halevi and Elisha Guastalla). MANUSCRIPT ON PAPER
[Italy or Ottoman Empire, 17th-18th century]
16o (120 x 95 mm). 149 leaves, incomplete. Brown ink. Two different Sephardic semi-cursive scripts. Two blanks, probably old flyleaves, between fols 1 and 2 and fols. 147 and 148. Modern blind and gold-tooled brown morocco, two modern paper flyleaves at back and front.
Cf. Y. Avivi, Binyan Ariel (Jerusalem 1987) p. 25. Not printed but found in a few other manuscripts.
REFERENCES: Neubauer, no. 105, p. 31; Institute of Microfilmed Hebrew Manuscripts, Jerusalem, F 4771.
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