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  • Author:
    Yokheved Segel
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    0873064526
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    978-0873064521
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    Feldheim Pub (March 1, 1988)
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Translation of: Koh asu hakhamenu. A collection of Midrashim stories with biographies of great rabbis and teachers of the Talmud. Internet Archive Books. Uploaded by sf-loadersive

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A collection of Midrashim stories with biographies of great rabbis and teachers of the Talmud.