Toledoth Ha-Halakah: History of Hebrew Law. The transmission and development of the Oral Law from its inception to the compilation of the Talmud.
Rav Tzair a.k.a. Chaim Tchernowitz, PhD.
4 volumes. xv (1). 336pp. xviii (1). 363pp. xv (1). 382pp. xxi. 416pp. All volumes are bound in blue cloth with gold lettering to spine. The individual volumes cover the following eras:1) Volume I : General Introduction. The Biblical Age.2) Volume II: The First Commonwealth to the time of Ezra.3) Volume III: The Beginning of the Second Commonwealth to the Hasmonean Age4) Volume IV: From the Period of the Scribes and Zugot to the End of the Second Commonwealth.Written by Rabbi Haim Tchernowitz [also spelled: Hayyim Tchernowitz], rabbinic scholar and writer, founder of Hebrew monthly Bitzaron, author of Toldot Hahalacha [this work], his main work. Scuffing, rubbing, discoloration, fading to boards and spine. Corners rubbed, browning and some staining to page edges, not affecting text. Ex-libris to free front endpaper. In Hebrew. In overall good condition.
Edition: First edition/Second revised [mixed set]
Book ID: 20319