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


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


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

  • 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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