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English: Joseph Karo's Shulhan Arukh with glosses by Moses Isserles, and many other classic commentaries surrounding the main text. Volume I (file b) of Even ha-Ezer (sections 66-118, laws of ketubbot).
Date 19th century (photographic reprint)
Source http://www.hebrewbooks.org/40524
Author Joseph Karo and other multiple authors of commentaries on his work.


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