Lattes, Moses

(1846-83)
   Italian scholar. He wrote works on Italian Jewish history, talmudic lexicog-raphy, and the historical writings of Elijah Capsali.

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  • LATTES, ABRAHAM BEN ISAAC — (1809–1875), rabbi in Venice, Italy, where he succeeded his grandfather Aaron Elijah Lattes in 1839. A collaborator of the Venetian patriot daniele manin , Lattes took an active part in the Italian revolutionary movement, and during the existence …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • LATTES, JUDAH — (13th century), Provençal scholar. On his father s side he belonged to one of the most important families of Carcassonne, and his mother was the daughter of meshullam b. moses of Béziers. His father Jacob was a famous scholar and is identified by …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • LATTES — LATTES, family originally from the town of Lattes, S. France, who settled in Italy in the 16th century. It included several illustrious members: ELIJAH BEN ISAAC LATTES of Carcassonne, talmudist in the first half of the 13th century; his grandson …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • MOSES ESRIM VE-ARBA — (late 15th century), rabbi and emissary of Jerusalem. His unusual name ( Moses twenty four ) derives from the fact that he was born in Vierundzwanzig Hoefe ( 24 courts ) in the Aberndorf region of the province of Wuerttemberg in Germany. In the… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Moses ibn Tibbon — (born in Marseille; flourished between 1240 and 1283) was a Jewish physician, author and translator. The number of works written by Moses ibn Tibbon makes it probable that he reached a great age. He was son of Samuel ibn Tibbon, and father of the …   Wikipedia

  • Dante Lattes — est un rabbin, écrivain, journaliste et linguiste italien du XXe siècle (1876 1965), dont les écrits ont influencé trois générations de Juifs italiens[1]. Sommaire 1 Éléments biographiques 2 Œuvres …   Wikipédia en Français

  • MESHULLAM BEN MOSES — (c. 1175–c. 1250), scholar of Béziers and one of the most prominent scholars of Provence in the 13th century. Meshullam, born in Lunel into one of the distinguished families of Provençal Jewry, went to Béziers with his father, Moses b. Judah, one …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • ITALY — Jews have lived in Italy without interruption from the days of the Maccabees until the present, through a period of 21 centuries. Although they were never subjected to general expulsion, there were frequently partial ones. They often enjoyed good …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • ZIONISM — This article is arranged according to the following outline: the word and its meaning forerunners ḤIBBAT ZION ROOTS OF ḤIBBAT ZION background to the emergence of the movement the beginnings of the movement PINSKER S AUTOEMANCIPATION settlement… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • PADUA — PADUA, capital of Padua province, N. Italy. In documents dated 1134 and 1182 two or three persons with the surname Judaeus are mentioned, although some scholarly opinion holds that they were not Jews. In 1289 the physician Jacob Bonacosa, a Jew,… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

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