Friday, April 13, 2007

Erfurt

This German city is probably best known to readers of this blog for the venerable Ashkenazic copy of the Tosefta which it housed for many years. Available online here in digital images and here in transcription, and served as the basis for most of Zuckermandel's edition of the Tosefta.

And now it turns out it also has a medieval mikveh.

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Blogger Lipman said...

And the place where the Mahrev (Mahar"i Weill) lived and taught for many years.

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