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Agudath Shmiel on Nach

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PRESENTING: AGUDATH SHMUEL ON NACH
Original edition printed in Amsterdam 1699
Compiled by Rav Shmuel DeLugatch
 
            For the record-not every word of Rashi’s commentary on Nach  can be ascribed to him; the question remains then-what is Rashi and what is not?  The mystery has been solved at last with the discovery of this obscure anthology of ancient commentaries “The Agudath Shmuel,” compiled be Rav Shmuel DeLugatch and printed in Amsterdam in 1699.
            Embark on an odyssey of discovery as the origin of Halachos, Dinim and Minhagim are traced and glean little known facts and insights into the lives of Biblical characters. What is erroneously attributed to Rashi is in fact from “Agudath Shmuel”-six rare commentaries, Manuscripts inherited by Shmuel DeLugatch from his illustrious forebears (he was a descendant of the Ramah Rav  Moshe Isserlish). The six commentaries are entitled:
 
                                                   1)Hagguhes D’Rabbi Ovadye Hanavi           4)Eimek Halev
 
                                                   2)Sod Meishurim                                                5)Omi Hod
 
                                                   3)Eimek Hasheim                                              6)Havchi’r Chosson R’Elya mT”M
 
         Rav Shmuel was jailed for a time and took an oath to print the most important “Likutim” of his ancestor’s manuscripts, upon his release. At a later date he hoped to print the manuscripts in their entirety and in a separate volume. After his release form prison he first traveled extensively and he describes his experiences in a fascinating preface to his work. Rav Shmuel arranged the more than two thousand likutim in its corresponding Pasuk of Nach. However, when “Agudath  Shmuel” was printed the Likutim were placed in the Rashi text for practical reasons, clearly offset from Rashi text with parentheses and citing its source (from the six commentaries). In a

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