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Obj. ID: 39654  Ma'ase Hapat Bidadran by Aharon Chaji ben Pinchas Segal, Warsaw (Warszawa), 1884

© Gross Family Collection, Photographer: Unknown, .

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Name/Title
Ma'ase Hapat Bidadran by Aharon Chaji ben Pinchas Segal | Unknown
Object Detail
Date
1884
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Unknown (Unknown)
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Gross Family Collection No.
B.2289
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Paper, Ink, Letterpress
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Height
20.3 cm
Length
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13 cm
Depth
2 cm
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Extant
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Description

This text was prepared by William Gross: '

This volume is the story of Hannah and her seven sons translated into the Bucharan languageת Judeo-Persian. While the book was printed in Warsaw by an unkown printer , it was distributed in Uzbekistan, evidenced by the typical Bucharan binding enclosing the text. At the rear of the story text is a calendar for the years 1883 to 1926 from the hand of Aharon Pinchas Segal.     

Brought to Press by:  Yosef ben Yitzhak MeBuchara

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Ruling
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Façade (main)
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Location of Women's Section
Direction Prayer
Direction Toward Jerusalem
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