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Has the Zohar been reprinted in such a way where the pagination follows the old printing? Meaning, it is common to find myriads of editions that where printed in modern times, but I have found that they often do not follow any external systems of pagination. The specific one I am referring to 1558 Mantua edition, where there are three parts (Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus-Deuteronomy), which make use of two-sided numbering (1a;1b). See here

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This edition contains inside of the text the pagination used by the old Zohar, f.e. chelek 2, daf nun amud Bet.

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There is also the Vilna edition (1882) and reprints thereof.

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  • do you meant offsets when you say reprints? I had thought the mosad harav kooks offset this, not sure thoguth – Dr. Shmuel Jun 16 '20 at 20:12
  • Scanned versions of it – b a Jun 16 '20 at 20:35
  • I have a modern zohar and the old pagination is mentioned. Almost every edition is like this. – kouty Jul 16 '20 at 19:10

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