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learned editions of the Bible which influenced generations of
readers in Germany and in the lowlands. He produced an edition
of the daily and Sabbath prayer book,
, which, by the
time the Jewish community in Germany came to an end, had been
reprinted over two hundred times. As a matter of fact, his sig-
nature — which was imprinted on the title page of every single
book that issued from his press — must have impressed itself on
the consciousness of the countless readers, students and worshipers
who held his charming volumes in loving hands. Perhaps this
awareness — that he aided in the practice of the faith he so dearly
loved — is the most important contribution of Wolf Heidenheim
and the everlasting memorial to his name.