23 June 1999
MARJI, Jacob, of Tetuan (c. 1700). Sefer Emet le-Ya'akov (commentary on the Idra from the Zohar), MANUSCRIPT ON PAPER
[Central or Eastern Europe, 18th century]
4o (190 x 155 mm). 70 leaves, incomplete at the end. Brown ink. Ashkenazic semi-cursive script. (Badly damaged with considerable loss of text (approx. 40, all leaves silked in archival tissue paper.) Modern blind and gold-tooled red morocco, three modern paper flyleaves at back and front.
Fols. 1r-70v: text.
Many manuscripts of this unpublished text are extant. See M. Hallamish, 'The Kabbalists in Morocco', in Daat 16 (1986) p. 110 (in Hebrew).
REFERENCES: Neubauer, no. 66, p. 24; Institute of Microfilmed Hebrew Manuscripts, Jerusalem, F 4733.
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