Isserlein, Israel ben Pethahiah
- (1390-1460)German rabbi and talmudist. He was born in Regensburg and served as rabbi in Marburg and Wiener-Neustadt, where he was the leading halakhic authority of his time. His responsa were collected together in Terumat ha-Deshen.
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ISSERLEIN, ISRAEL BEN PETHAHIAH — (1390–1460), the foremost rabbi of Germany in the 15th century. Isserlein was also called, after the towns in which he resided, Israel Marburg and Israel Neustadt, but he was mainly known as the author of Terumat ha Deshen, his chief work.… … Encyclopedia of Judaism
ISRAEL BEN JOEL — (Susslin; 14th century), liturgical poet and talmudist. The tosafot of Israel, who lived in Erfurt, are quoted by Jacob b. Moses moellin (Maharil), Israel b. Pethahiah isserlein and others; a halakhic decision of his appears among the responsa of … Encyclopedia of Judaism
Israel Isserlein — Israel ben Patachia Isserlein (auch: Isserlin; * 1390 in Regensburg; † 1460 in Wiener Neustadt) war der bedeutendste deutsche Rabbiner des 15. Jahrhunderts. Nach den Städten, in denen er gelebt hat, wird er auch Israel Marburg und Israel Neustadt … Deutsch Wikipedia
Israel Isserlin — Rabbi Israel Isserlin ben Petahiah (1390 1460) was a Talmudist, and Halakhist, best known for his Terumat HaDeshen , which served as one source for HaMapah , the component of the Shulkhan Arukh by Moses Isserles.BiographyRabbi Isserlin was born… … Wikipedia
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