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In Wikipedia it says here: One of the first of the Acharonim to write a commentary on the Jerusalem Talmud was Solomon Sirilio (1485–1554), also known as Rash Sirilio, whose commentaries cover only the Seder Zeraim and the tractate Shekalim of Seder Moed. Sirilio's commentary remained in manuscript form until 1875, when it was first printed in Mainz by Meir ...


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The sefer was authored by Rav Yitzchak Isaac Safrin, the Komarno Rebbe. Yitsḥak Ayzik of Komarno was the most interesting and original of the dynasty’s leaders in its second generation. In effect, he founded a new Hasidic dynasty, that of Komarno, and was known by the name Safrin, whereas other members of the family were called Eichenstein. After his ...


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Here (starting from the bottom of the right column) is a list of 31 vessels, with 3 of each, totaling 93.


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