[place not given]
ink on paper, 36 leaves (16.5 x 11.2 cm.); (1) square and Turkish cursive Hebrew characters; (2) Italo-Sefardi cursive Hebrew Characters; (3) Sefardi cursive Hebrew characters; (4) Oriental semi-cursive Hebrew characters
This Kabbalistic miscellany contains four separate works. (1) Pirke Avot with an anonymous kabbalistic commentary. (2) The second text is a Kabbalistic treatise ascribed to Jonathan Eybeschuetz (d. 1764), a famed scholar of Talmud, Jewish law, and kabbalah. To some he was suspected of being a Sabbatean, a charge he strongly denied. This text is connected with one which some consider sympathetic to Sabbateanism. (3) A text headed “Ketsat kelalim she-hem be-ya’ar ha hokhmah” containing speculative discussions of the first sefirot as well as the origins of the alphabet. (4) A kabbalistic interpretation of tractate Pesahim III:4.