Isaac ben Samuel of Dampierre

(d. c.1185)
   French tosaphist. He lived in Ramerupt, assisting his teacher and uncle, Jacob Tarn. Later he settled in Dampierre. Together with Jacob Tam, he was a central figure in the activity of the tosaphists.

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