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English: Sefer ha-Middot (Orhot Zaddikim) is a medieval Hebrew ethical work by an anonymous author. This is the earliest extant manuscript of the book, completed by the scribe in 1430, and is currently held in the Manuscript Departmant of Warsaw University Library. The manuscript contains an abbreviated version the work, plus a summary of its chapters at the end which is missing in all other manuscripts. This manuscript is being utilized in the production of a critical edition of Orhot Zaddikim at the Hebrew Wikisource. See here for a bibliographical record.
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Author AnonymousUnknown author
Other versions A higher quality scan is available here (formatted for A3 paper), in which textual details that are not visible in this scan can be seen. This scan (A4 paper) is also available in Pdf format.

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current20:19, 16 October 2010Thumbnail for version as of 20:19, 16 October 20102,480 × 3,507, 33 pages (3.29 MB)Zabek (talk | contribs)New scan of first page to capture left margin.
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