Hadassi, Judah ben Elijah

(fl. 12th cent)
   Turkish Karaite scholar. He lived in Constantinople. He wrote Eshkol ha-Kopher, an encyclopaedic survey of Karaite belief and knowledge. It explains the mitzvot and the halakhot, and the reasons for their observance in accordance with specific command-ments.

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  • HADASSI, JUDAH (ha-Avel) BEN ELIJAH — (12th century), karaite scholar of Constantinople. His greatest work is the Eshkol ha Kofer (or Sefer ha Peles), which according to his own testimony he began in 1148. The work is arranged according to the Ten Commandments and alphabetically.… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • AFENDOPOLO, CALEB BEN ELIJAH — (1464?–1525), Karaite scholar and poet. Born probably in Adrianople, he lived most of his life in the village of Kramariya near constantinople , and ultimately in belgrade where he died. A pupil of his brother in law, Elijah bashyazi , Afendopolo …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Aaron ben Elijah — (Aharon son of Eliyahu), the Latter, of Nicomedia (אהרון בן אליהו האחרון; born 1328 or 1329 in Nicomedia [http://search.eb.com/eb/article 9003210 Aaron ben Elijah. ] Encyclopædia Britannica . 13 January 2007] ndash; 1369 in Constantinople) is… …   Wikipedia

  • Hadassi — Yehouda ben Eliya Hadassi Juda Hadassi (hébreu : יהודה בן אליהו הדסי Yehouda ben Eliyahou Hadassi) est un Sage karaïte du milieu du XIIe siècle. Controversialiste et liturgiste, il est considéré comme l un des maîtres les plus éminents… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Judah Hadassi — Judah ben Elijah Hadassi (in Hebrew, Yehuda ben Eliyahu ) was a Karaite Jewish scholar, controversialist, and liturgist who flourished at Constantinople in the middle of the twelfth century. He was known by the nickname ha Abel, which signifies… …   Wikipedia

  • Elijah Bashyazi — Elijah ben Moses Bashyazi of Adrianople or Elijah Bašyazi (in Hebrew, Eliyahu ben Moshe ben Menahem ) (born c. 1420 in Adrianople ndash; died 1490 in Adrianople) was a Karaite Jewish hakham of the fifteenth century. After being instructed in the… …   Wikipedia

  • ELIJAH BEN AARON BEN MOSES — (also referred to as Ibn Abd al Wālī or ha dayyan, the judge ), Karaite author in Jerusalem; according to A. Firkovich , he lived in the 15th century, and according to P.F. Fraenkel (see bibliography) in the 16th. He wrote the following works in… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Yehouda ben eliya hadassi — Juda Hadassi (hébreu : יהודה בן אליהו הדסי Yehouda ben Eliyahou Hadassi) est un Sage karaïte du milieu du XIIe siècle. Controversialiste et liturgiste, il est considéré comme l un des maîtres les plus éminents de ce mouvement juif… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Juda Hadassi — Yehouda ben Eliya Hadassi Juda Hadassi (hébreu : יהודה בן אליהו הדסי Yehouda ben Eliyahou Hadassi) est un Sage karaïte du milieu du XIIe siècle. Controversialiste et liturgiste, il est considéré comme l un des maîtres les plus éminents… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Yehouda ben Eliya Hadassi — Juda Hadassi (hébreu : יהודה בן אליהו הדסי Yehouda ben Eliyahou Hadassi) est un Sage karaïte du milieu du XIIe siècle. Controversialiste et liturgiste, il est considéré comme l un des maîtres les plus éminents de ce mouvement juif… …   Wikipédia en Français

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