Frumkin, Aryeh Leib

(1845-1916)
   Palestinian rabbinic scholar and writer, of Lithuanian origin. He visited Palestine in 1867 and 1871 and began research for a history of the rabbis and scholars of Jerusalem. He returned to Europe and served as a rabbi at Ilukste in Latvia. Later he became a farmer-scholar in Ptah Tikvah, Palestine, where he established a yeshivah. In 1894 he settled in London, but he eventually emigrated to Palestine. His Seder Rav Amran is a siddur with notes and a commentary.

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