Ajs Review: Spring, No 1 by Robert Chazan

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280. Later editions appeared in Venice in 1674, 1682, 1696, 1706, and 1717. Of these I have examined only the last three, none of which explicitly refers to the custom of remaining awake on either of the nights. See further below, no. 80. 38 ELLIOTT HOROWITZ Shomrim la-Boker several decades earlier. The few Hazot societies which emerged were generally short-lived, competing unsuccessfully with the preexisting societies for predawn prayer,59and leaving behind little documentation. In no case, unlike Shomrim la-Boker, was the rite popular enough for there to be two competing confraternities in a single community, nor did any Italian confraternity publish its own Tikkun Hazot handbook during the course of the seventeenth century.

Sit on the floor reciting, in a sad and mournful voice, some verses and compositions . called Kinot," especially one beginning with the words Al heikhali. The members of the second, whom he calls "the less devoted" and belong to the Hevrah (sic) Shomrim la-Boker rise only shortly before dawn and go to the synagogue, where "they wait until the lamentations of those of the first class are completed, and then, in a rather livelier (or at least less mournful) voice, they recite several penitential prayers ...

58. Shapira, Tuvha-Aretz, fols. 74b-76b. " In 1659, four years after the publication of Tuv ha-Aretz, the now rare Shefer Tikkunim, containing a liturgy for these two nights by R. Moses Zacuto, was first published in Venice. See Steinschneider, CB, no. 3049, and Benayahu, Copyright, p. 280. Later editions appeared in Venice in 1674, 1682, 1696, 1706, and 1717. Of these I have examined only the last three, none of which explicitly refers to the custom of remaining awake on either of the nights. See further below, no.

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