23 June 1999
[POGGIBONZI, Solomon da (Florence, Italy, early-mid 16th century)]. [Sefer ha-Charuzim] (rhyming dictionary). MANUSCRIPT ON PAPER
[Italy], copied in Shevat 5411 (= 1651)
4o (190 x 135 mm). 74 leaves. Brown ink. Italian cursive script. (Edges frayed, seriously dampstained with loss of text, many corners and edges repaired with loss of text, poor condition.) Modern blind and gold-tooled brown morocco, two modern paper flyleaves at back and front, one additional older flyleaf at the front.
Based on a similar work by Judah Porta, called Aremat Chittin, with many additions. Similar, but not identical to the dictionary in Neubauer, no. 141 (lot 95).
Fols. 1r-74r: text; 74r: colophon; 74v: blank.
REFERENCES: Neubauer, no. 142, p. 45; Institute of Microfilmed Hebrew Manuscripts, Jerusalem, F 4803.
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