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Babylonian Talmud, Tractate Bava Batra, Venice: Daniel Bomberg, [1538?]
217 folios (14 1/8 x 9 7/8 in.; 360 x 250 mm) (collation: i-xxvi8, xxvii9) on paper; modern foliation in pencil in Arabic numerals in upper margin of recto (ff. 146-151 misfoliated 151, 146-150). Manuscript marginalia on almost every page of Talmud (long marginal comment on f. 90r); modern manuscript note in upper-outer corner of f. 147r; pen trials on ff. 73, 209. Slight scattered staining; slight worming toward front of volume, almost entirely marginal; corners rounded; outer and lower portions of f. [1] repaired; repairs in gutters of ff. [1]-4; small repairs in outer corners of ff. [1]-16; outer edge of f. 2 repaired with minor loss; small tears in gutters of ff. 2-3, 39, 41-44, 88, 153 repaired, only slight affecting text; worming in margins of ff. 5-10, 33-46 only intermittently affecting text; small repairs in gutters of ff. 15-23, 25-26, 33, 35-36, 38, 41-44, 49, 57, 64, 144-145, 152-154; lower-outer corners of ff. 32, 39, 42, 44, 128, 130-131, 180-217 and upper-outer corners of ff. 44-45, 52, 172, 197-209 repaired; small tear in lower edge of f. 35; outer edges of ff. 39, 41, 86, 209, 217, upper edges of ff. 42, 45, 47-48, 138-140, and lower edge of f. 217 repaired; ff. 42-48, 79-81, 170-172, 208-217 strengthened in gutter; worm track in outer columns of ff. 46-56 affecting some words but mostly repaired; small hole in inner column of f. 49; worming in gutters of ff. 64-86, 197-217 (the latter with slight loss of text) and in outer edges of ff. 194-217; small tears at foot of ff. 91, 143, 175 repaired; slight worming in upper-outer corner of ff. 174-180 affecting only a few words. Modern brown blind-tooled leather with decorative corner designs, slightly scuffed; spine in five compartments with raised bands; title, place, and date on spine between blind-tooled decorative devices; modern paper flyleaves and pastedowns.
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相關資料

Bava batra (The Last Gate), the third tractate in Seder nezikin (The Order of Torts), treats, in ten chapters, the laws of real estate, inheritance, and legal document preparation and contains detailed legal definitions of various sellable goods. In terms of the number of printed pages, it is the lengthiest of all the treatises in the Bomberg Talmud. The size of the Bava batra volume is due in large part to the fact that the characteristically concise commentary of Rashi is included only through f. 29a, apparently because Rashi did not manage to complete the final version of his commentary to the rest of the tractate. Following his death, his grandson, Rabbi Samuel ben Meir (Rashbam; ca. 1080/85-ca. 1174), finished the work, but in the much more expansive, dialectical style typical of the Tosafists, often raising questions about potential contradictions posed by other Talmudic passages and then offering solutions to them.

Provenance

David (f. [1r])

Schocken Institute, Jerusalem (f. 88r)

“This is the book of my rabbi and teacher, the consummate scholar, a thoroughgoing expert and analytical thinker, our teacher, Rabbi Jacob Bassan, may God keep and redeem him. [Signed by] me, the humble Joseph Rosanes, may God keep and redeem me.” (f. 104v)

Literature

A.M. Habermann, Ha-madpis daniyyel bombirgi u-reshimat sifrei beit defuso (Safed: The Museum of Printing Art, 1978), 64 (no. 131).

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