Shlomo ben-Isaac, Rabbi
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Shlomo ben Aderet — Salomon ben Aderet Rabbi Chelomo ben Aderet (1235 1310), plus connu sous son acronyme Rachba, fut rabbin, légaliste, banquier et talmudiste fort renommé. Il est né à Barcelone en 1235, et eut pour maître le Ramban et Rabbenou Yona, avant de… … Wikipédia en Français
Shlomo ben Adret — Salomon ben Aderet Rabbi Chelomo ben Aderet (1235 1310), plus connu sous son acronyme Rachba, fut rabbin, légaliste, banquier et talmudiste fort renommé. Il est né à Barcelone en 1235, et eut pour maître le Ramban et Rabbenou Yona, avant de… … Wikipédia en Français
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ḤAYYIM (Eliezer) BEN ISAAC OR ZARU'A — (late 13th century), German rabbi and halakhic authority, called Or Zaru a after the famous work composed by his father, isaac b. moses of Vienna. Ḥayyim was orphaned in his early youth. His principal teacher was Meir b. Baruch of Rothenburg,… … Encyclopedia of Judaism
KATZENELLENBOGEN, MEIR BEN ISAAC — (known as Maharam (acronym of Morenu Ha Rav Meir) of Padua; 1473–1565), one of the greatest Italian rabbis and halakhists of his time. Meir s father was the son in law of jehiel luria , the first rabbi of Brest Litovsk (Brisk). Meir was born in… … Encyclopedia of Judaism
MINTZ, MOSES BEN ISAAC — (15th century), German talmudist. Moses was born in Mainz sometime between 1420 and 1430. He studied under his father, israel isserlein , and jacob weil . During his extensive travels, he visited various towns, investigating their customs and… … Encyclopedia of Judaism
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Isaac Luria — Rabbi Isaac Luria (1534 – July 25 1572) was a Jewish mystic in Safed. His name today is attached to all of the mystic thought in the town of Safed in 16th century Ottoman Palestine. While his direct literary contribution to the Kabbalistic school … Wikipedia
Shlomo Ganzfried — Rabbi Shlomo Ganzfried (Solomon ben Joseph Ganzfried; Hungary, 1804 to 1886) was an Orthodox rabbi and posek best known as author of the work of Halakha (Jewish law), the Kitzur Shulchan Aruch (Hebrew: קיצור שולחן ערוך, The Abbreviated Shulchan… … Wikipedia
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