Hyamson, Moses

(1862-1949)
   American rabbi and scholar. Born in Lithuania, he was taken to England at the age of five. He served as a rabbi in England, Wales and the US. He taught the codes of Jewish law at the Jewish Theological Seminary of America from 1915 to 1940. His writings include translations of Maimonides' Mishneh Torah and Bahya ibn Pakuda's Duties of the Heart.

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