Hagiz, Jacob

(1620-74)
   Palestinian scholar. He lived in various communities in Italy as a youth. In 1658 he emigrated to Jerusalem, where he became head of the Bet Yaakov yeshivah. He was an opponent of Shabbetai Tzevi. His writings include a commentary on the Mishnah, a study of talmudic methodology, and responsa.

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  • ḤAGIZ, JACOB — (Israel; 1620–1674), Jerusalem scholar. He was the son of Samuel Ḥagiz, who was rabbi of Fez, and son in law of moses galante . During his youth he resided in various communities in Italy. In 1658 he emigrated to Jerusalem, where he headed a… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Jacob Hagis — (or Hagiz) (1620–1674) was a Jewish Talmudist born of a Spanish family at Fez. Ḥagiz s teacher was David Karigal ( Ḳorban Minḥah, No. 105), who afterward became his father in law. About 1646 Ḥagiz went to Italy for the purpose of publishing his… …   Wikipedia

  • ḤAGIZ — ḤAGIZ, family of Spanish origin which immigrated to Morocco after the expulsion decrees of 1492, and settled in Fez, where some of its representatives were at the head of the Castilian community of Megorashim ( the exiled ). ABRAHAM ḤAGIZ (d.… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • ḤAGIZ, MOSES — (1672–c. 1751), scholar, kabbalist, and opponent of Shabbateanism; son of Jacob Ḥagiz . He was born in Jerusalem and studied with his grandfather, moses galante . He appears to have quarreled in his youth with the rabbis and lay leaders of… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Moses Hagiz — (1671 – ca. 1750) (Hebrew: משה חגיז) was a Talmudic scholar, rabbi, kabbalist, and author born in Jerusalem, Palestine. He was one of the most prominent and influential Jewish leaders in 17th century Amsterdam. During Hagiz s lifetime there was… …   Wikipedia

  • ASHKENAZI, ẒEVI HIRSCH BEN JACOB — (also known as the Ḥakham Zevi; 1660–1718), rabbi and halakhist. Both his father, Jacob Sak, a renowned scholar, and his maternal grandfather, ephraim b. jacob ha kohen , had escaped from Vilna to Moravia during the 1655 Cossack uprising. It was… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • CASTRO, JACOB BEN ABRAHAM — (known as Maharikas from the Hebrew initials of his name; 1525?–1610), halakhic authority and talmudic commentator. Castro was born in Egypt. According to D. Conforte, he was the grandson of abraham castro . In his youth he went to Jerusalem,… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • AYLLON, SOLOMON BEN JACOB — (c. 1655–1728), rabbi and kabbalist. Ayllon was born in Salonika, and received his rabbinical training there. As a young man he joined the followers of and was in personal contact with nathan of Gaza. The accusation made by Ayllon s opponents… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • BACHARACH, NAPHTALI BEN JACOB ELHANAN — BACHARACH, NAPHTALI BEN JACOB ELHANAN, kabbalist who lived in the first half of the 17th century. The   dates of his birth and death are unknown. Bacharach was born in Frankfurt, but also spent some years in Poland with the kabbalists before he… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • GORDON, JACOB — (1902–1943), philosopher. Gordon was born in Vilna. After graduating from the Jewish gymnasium founded by the Society for the Promotion of Culture among Jews, he studied philosophy, history, and psychology at the University of Hamburg (1920–24).… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

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