Archivohi, Samuel

   Italian Hebrew grammarian and poet. From 1568 he lived in Padua, where he was secretary of the community, principal of a yeshivah, and av bet din. His writings include a Hebrew grammar, Arugat ha-Bosem, and numerous poems and piyyutim. His poetry reflects the attitudes of Jews to their Christian neighbours.

Dictionary of Jewish Biography. .

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