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Divrei Chaim al HaTorah Moadim & Bava Matzia (Rabbi Chaim of Tzanz)
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Rabbi Chaim of Tzanz(1793-1876) was acclaimed by the leading rabbis as one of the foremost Talmudists, Halachic and Kabbalistics authorities of his time, he received queries from communities all over the world.
His commentary on the Torah holidays and Masechet Bava Metzia, published under the title Divrei Chaim, reflect his phenomenal Torah greatness, his humility, and his compassionate nature. (Hebrew-Rashi script).

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By: Rabbi Chaim of Tzanz | Language: Hebrew | Volumes: 3 | Pages: 625 | Binding: Hard | Dimensions: 10.75 inch. X 8.50 inch. |
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hard cover
Item # 2298
6.5 lb. $ 48.98  
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