Cantarini, Isaac Cohen
- (1644-1723)Italian rabbi and physician. He lived in Padua and his Pahad Yitzhak describes the anti-Jewish outbreaks in the city in 1684. His Vindex Sanguinis is a refutation of the blood libel charge.
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