Ibn Migas, Joseph ben Meir ha-Levi

(1077-1141)
   Spanish talmudic scholar. He served as the head of a yeshivah in Lucena, as a successor to Isaac Alfasi. He wrote novellae to the Talmud and numerous responsa.

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