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MishnaMS.jpgCommentary on the Mishnah

Maimonides composed his Mishnah commentary between the ages of twenty-three and thirty, between the years 1145 and 1168. The original title of the commentary was "the Book of the Lamp" "Kitab al-Siraj" in Arabic, occasionally designated as "Sefer Ha-Ma'or" in Hebrew.

The Bodleian Library in Oxford have numerous copies of the Commentary on the Mishnah in Arabic and Hebrew

Commentary on the Mishnah in Arabic at the Bodleian

  1. No. 394
  2. No. 395
  3. No. 396
  4. No. 397
  5. No. 398
  6. No. 399
  7. No. 400
  8. No. 401
  9. No. 402
  10. No. 403
  11. No. 404
  12. No. 405
  13. No. 406
  14. No. 407, 1
  15. No. 552, 2. On Horayot
  16. No. 2423, 8. Part of Eruvin
  17. No. 2522, 5. Fragment of Negaim

Commentary on the Mishnah in Hebrew at the Bodleian

  1. No. 409, 2. Zeraim - translation of Harizi
  2. No. 919. Extracts from Demai
  3. No. 408, 2 Kodashim
  4. No. 409, 1 Kodashim
  5. No. 850, 6 Preface of Kodashim
  6. No. 408, 1 Nezikin
  7. No. 1272, 3a. Nezikin
  8. No. 1272, 3b. Nashim
  9. No. 408, 3. Tohorot
  10. No. 1319, 8

Commentary to Avot in Arabic at the Bodleian

  1. No. 120, 2
  2. No. 380, 1
  3. No. 407, 2
  4. No. 2497 C. Notes

Commentary to Avot in Hebrew at the Bodleian, translated by Samuel Ibn Thabbon

  1. No. 376, 3
  2. No. 408, 1
  3. No. 409, 3
  4. No. 714, 2
  5. No. 1254, 2
  6. No. 2282, 3
  7. No. 670 (fragment)
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