The Kosher Code of the Orthodox Jew: Being a literal translation of that portion of the sixteenth-century codification of the Babylonian Talmud which describes such deficiencies as render animals unfit for food (Hilkot Terefor, Shulhan 'Aruk); to which is appended a discussion of Talmudic anatomy in the light of the science of its day and of the present time
by S. I. Levin and Edward A. Boyden
New York: Hermon Press, 1969. Hardcover. fair. 8vo. xiv. 243 pp. Blue cloth in original dj. English translation of original Hebrew. 1969 reprint of 1940 edition. Age wear to dj and minor bumping to book. Dj in fair condition, book in good condition.
(Inventory #: 17613)
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