Edited from MS Firkovich II A 9 in the Saltykov Shchedrin Public Library in St. Petersburg, with addenda of R. Hayyim Palaggi's notes and comments and extensive excerpts from Hibbur ha-Teshuvah of the Meiri touching on Avot, culled from Vatican and Montefiore manuscripts. With introductions, explanatory notes and comments, and indices by Rabbi Prof. Shlomo Zalman Havlin, including his special introduction on Rabbenu Menahem ha-Meiri's method of treating matters of belief and principles of Jewish faith.
Corrections and supplements by Prof. Bernard Septimus and Rabbi Shmuel Ashkenazi
- Third revised edition
- Jerusalem 1998
- 67, 524 pp.
- 591 Pages
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