Ben Baruch

Ben Baruch
בן ברוך
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  • JOSEPH BEN BARUCH OF CLISSON — (first half of the 13th century), French tosafist. Joseph lived in Paris and was associated with judah b. isaac sir leon . He was one of the leaders of the 300 scholars who went to settle in Ereẓ Israel in 1211. On his way there he passed through …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • MEIR BEN BARUCH OF ROTHENBURG — (c. 1215–1293), teacher, scholar, tosafist, and supreme arbiter in ritual, legal, and community matters in Germany. He was born in Worms into a family of scholars, many members of which were important leaders in the communities of Germany. In his …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • ELIJAH BEN BARUCH (ben Solomon ben Abraham) THE ELDER — (d. before 1712), Karaite author. Elijah lived at first in Constantinople but is included by Simḥah Isaac Luẓki among the Karaite writers of the Crimea. Elijah subsequently visited Ereẓ Israel, and is therefore referred to as Yerushalmi. While in …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • ALBALIA, ISAAC BEN BARUCH — (1035–1094), Spanish astronomer and talmudist. Isaac was born in Córdoba. According to ibn daud , in his youth he had a great Jewish scholar, R. Perigors from France, as a teacher. He was also close to R. Samuel ben Joseph ha Nagid, and later to… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • ELIEZER BEN MANASSEH BEN BARUCH — (mid 18th century), preacher in western Russia and author of an ethical work. In his youth, Eliezer spent some time studying in Berlin. It is not known who his teachers were or what he studied there. After some years of traveling, he was… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Joseph ben Baruch — was a French rabbi, a tosafist of the twelfth and thirteenth centuries. Gross identifies him with Joseph of Clisson. Joseph resided for some time in Paris, where he associated with Judah Sir Leon and instructed Samuel of Falaise in special… …   Wikipedia

  • Aaron Abraham ben Baruch Simeon ha-Levi — was a cabalist, born in the first quarter of the sixteenth century. He published a small cabalistic work, Iggeret ha Ṭe amim ( Letter on the Accents ), about the middle of the century, in which each accent and its specific name are explained as… …   Wikipedia

  • ALMOSNINO, MOSES BEN BARUCH — (c. 1515–c. 1580), Salonika rabbi, scholar, and preacher. His numerous publications show his extensive knowledge of science, philosophy, history, and rhetoric. His rabbinic scholarship was widely respected. Although his responsa were never… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

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