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Quadrant based layout for the Yerushalmi amud dalet

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Yerushalmi amud gimeldalet

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If one goes through the citations in the Milon Even Shoshan, one might see references to words from the Yerushalmi with attribution like this:

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Please zoom in and look at the entry for pileish, on the last line of the right column of page 1298. The reference is to ירושלמי סוכה נג ד

The amud is "dalet". I had it explained to me that an early printing of the Yerushalmi was in 4 columns so the citation for amud is to the particular column.

However, I vaguely recall a Yerushalmi in which there were quadrants on the page. I don't know if I am remembering some version of the text described in thisthis question, or it there is another layout of the Yerushalmi using quadrants which specifically explains the aleph-dalet amud references. Does anyone know of a quadrant based layout specifically for the Yerushalmi?

If one goes through the citations in the Milon Even Shoshan, one might see references to words from the Yerushalmi with attribution like this:

image of relevant text from the dictionary

Please zoom in and look at the entry for pileish, on the last line of the right column of page 1298. The reference is to ירושלמי סוכה נג ד

The amud is "dalet". I had it explained to me that an early printing of the Yerushalmi was in 4 columns so the citation for amud is to the particular column.

However, I vaguely recall a Yerushalmi in which there were quadrants on the page. I don't know if I am remembering some version of the text described in this question, or it there is another layout of the Yerushalmi using quadrants which specifically explains the aleph-dalet amud references. Does anyone know of a quadrant based layout specifically for the Yerushalmi?

If one goes through the citations in the Milon Even Shoshan, one might see references to words from the Yerushalmi with attribution like this:

image of relevant text from the dictionary

Please zoom in and look at the entry for pileish, on the last line of the right column of page 1298. The reference is to ירושלמי סוכה נג ד

The amud is "dalet". I had it explained to me that an early printing of the Yerushalmi was in 4 columns so the citation for amud is to the particular column.

However, I vaguely recall a Yerushalmi in which there were quadrants on the page. I don't know if I am remembering some version of the text described in this question, or it there is another layout of the Yerushalmi using quadrants which specifically explains the aleph-dalet amud references. Does anyone know of a quadrant based layout specifically for the Yerushalmi?

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