Judah ben Isaac (Sir Leon of Paris)
- (1166-1224)French tosaphist, grandson of Rashi. He became the head of the Paris bet midrash, which was reopened when the Jews returned to France following their expulsion in 1182. He composed tosaphot to nearly all the Talmud, based on the teachings of Isaac ben Samuel of Dampierre.
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Judah Messer Leon (1166) — Judah ben Isaac Messer Leon (1166 ndash; 1224) was a French tosafist born in Paris. According to Gross he was probably a descendant of Rashi, and a pupil of Isaac ben Samuel of Dampierre and his son Elhanan. He married a daughter of Abraham ben… … Wikipedia
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JEHIEL BEN JOSEPH OF PARIS — (d.c. 1265), French talmudist and tosafist. Jehiel studied at the yeshivah of judah b. isaac (Sir Leon), together with Isaac b. Moses of Vienna, and succeeded Judah b. Isaac upon his death. He was renowned both for his scholarship and his upright … Encyclopedia of Judaism
JOSEPH BEN BARUCH OF CLISSON — (first half of the 13th century), French tosafist. Joseph lived in Paris and was associated with judah b. isaac sir leon . He was one of the leaders of the 300 scholars who went to settle in Ereẓ Israel in 1211. On his way there he passed through … Encyclopedia of Judaism