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Joseph Karo, with many comments ... by ... Moses Isserles ... and a guide 50. Cf. "Cf. also DarkheiMosheh on Yorehde'ah 35:7. 51. See, for example, Tur,Orah hayim, para. 47, 48, 49, 51, 59, 60, 114, 129, 131, 147, etc. Sometimes R. Cf. Israel TaShma, "RabeinuAsher u-veno R. Ya'aqovba'al ha-turim:bein Ashkenaz li-Sefarad,"Pe 'amim46-47 (1991), pp. 75-91. 52. Orah hayim 10, 28, 60, 114, 474, 547, 552, 581; Yorehde'ah 1, 58. He refers to "the custom of the RhinelandJews" in Yorehde'ah 64. Contrasthis much more frequentreferences to "these lands,"listed below n.
42; Moshe Rosman, "Samkhutshel Va'ad 'Arba 'Ara sot mi-hus le-Folin,"Bar Ilan 24-25 (1989), 19-20; D. M. Sluys, "YehudeiAshkenaz be- 270 The Reception of the Shulhan 'Arukh common bond was based, no doubt, partly on the close similarity of their prayer rites (in spite of the differencesregardedas so importantby R. Hayyim ben Bezalel), but also on their sharedYiddish language. "Ithas been the custom throughout the Diaspora,"wrote R. David ibn Abi Zimra in the sixteenth century in Egypt, "thatthe men of each city and each language form communities of their own and do not mix with the men of other cities and other languages ...
Rabi YosefQaro (above n. 1), p. 114. Cf. Samuel ben Isaac'snote at the end of Yorehde'ah (Cracow, 1578), p. 114a. 55. Bernhard(Hayyim) Friedberg, Toledotha-defus ha-'Ivri be-Folanyah (rev. , Tel Aviv, 1950), pp. , Rabi YosefQaro (above n. 1), p. 104. 56. On R. Hayyim, see Byron L. Sherwin, "In the Shadows of Greatness:Rabbi Hayyim ben Besalel of Friedberg,"Jewish Social Studies 37 (1975: 35-61; Eric (Yizhaq) Zimmer, R. Hayim b. Besalel mi-Friedberg:ahi Maharal mi-Prag (Jerusalem, 1987); Zimmer, Gahalatan shel hakhamim (above n.