Isaac ben Abba Mari

   Franco-Spanish rabbinic scholar. Active in Provence and Spain, he corresponded with the important scholars of his generation. His Sepher ha-Ittur is a compilation of the main halakhic laws that have practical appli-cation. It was regarded as the authoritative code until the appearance of Jacob ben Asher's Tur, which superseded it.

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  • Isaac ben Abba Mari — (c.1122 c.1193) a Provençal rabbi, son of Abba Mari, and author of Ittur Soferim. References *Shlomo Pereira, [ Hadrat Melech Biographical Notes] …   Wikipedia

  • ISAAC BEN ABBA MARI OF MARSEILLES — (1120?–1190?), rabbinical scholar in Provence and Spain. Isaac studied under his father, abba mari b. isaac , and when only 17 years of age composed a work on the laws of sheḥitah and forbidden foods, at his father s behest. Later he went to… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • ANATOLI, JACOB BEN ABBA MARI BEN SAMSON — (13th century), physician, homilist, and translator. He married a daughter of Samuel ibn tibbon . Samuel taught him mathematics. At the suggestion of friends in Narbonne and Béziers, Anatoli began translating Arabic works on astronomy and logic… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • KASPI, JOSEPH BEN ABBA MARI IBN — (En Bonafoux del Argentière; 1279–1340?), philosopher, biblical commentator, and grammarian. Motivated by an intense desire for wisdom and knowledge, and being a wealthy man, Kaspi spent most of his days traveling from one country to another,… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Abba Mari (homonymie) — Cette page d’homonymie répertorie les différents sujets et articles partageant un même nom.  Pour l’article homonyme, voir Mari.  Abba Mari (hébreu : אבא מרי Mon père et maître) est un prénom judéo araméen, porté par plusieurs… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • ABBA MARI BEN ISAAC OF ST. GILLES — (near Lunel, southern France; c. 1165), bailiff or agent of Count Raymond VI of Toulouse (pakid ha shilton Ramon). He is mentioned by the 12th century traveler benjamin of Tudela, who met him in St. Gilles. Possibly Abba Mari was the father of… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Abba Mari — Pour les articles homonymes, voir Abba Mari (homonymie) et Astruc (homonymie). Abba Mari de Lunel (hébreu : אבא מארי הירחי Abba Mari HaYarhi ; provençal/shuadit : En Astruc de Lunel) est un rabbin provençal du XIIIe siècle. Il …   Wikipédia en Français

  • ABBA MARI BEN MOSES BEN JOSEPH ASTRUC OF LUNEL — (c. 1300), writer who opposed extreme rationalism. He especially attacked the spread of philosophical allegorization of Scripture in popular sermons and the use of astral magic for healing. Abba Mari lived in Montpellier where the dispute over… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • ABBA MARI BEN ELIGDOR — (Sen Astruc de Noves or de Sen Negre; 14th century), French philosopher, astronomer, physicist, talmudist, and exegete. Born in Noves near Avignon, about 1320 he resided in Salon where Samuel b. Judah of Marseilles studied astronomy under him. In …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Isaac ben Sheshet — Perfet (1326 ndash; 1408) (Hebrew: יצחק בן ששת) was a Spanish Talmudic authority, also know by his acronym, Rivash (ריב ש). He was born at Valencia and settled early in life at Barcelona, where he studied under Perez ha Kohen, under Hasdai ben… …   Wikipedia

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