- Leon Templo, Jacob Judah Aryeh (Temple, Judah)
- (1603-75)Dutch rabbi and scholar. He was born in Hamburg. He officiated at Middelburg in the Netherlands, and taught in Amsterdam from 1643. He constructed a model of Solomon's Temple and published an accompanying exposition in Spanish, which was translated into several langauges. He also produced a model and exposition of the Tabernacle.
Dictionary of Jewish Biography. Dan Cohn-Sherbok.
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TEMPLO, JACOB JUDAH (Aryeh) LEON — (1602–1675), Dutch rabbi, teacher and scholar. Born in Portugal in the area of Coimbra to a Marrano family and educated under Isaac Uziel, together with the future leaders of the Amsterdam Sephardi community isaac aboab da fonseca and manasseh… … Encyclopedia of Judaism
Jacob Judah Leon — J. J. Leon (Stich von Salom Italia, 1641) Jacob Judah Leon (* 1602 in der Nähe von Coimbra, Portugal; † 17. Juli 1675 in Amsterdam) war ein sephardischer Rabbiner und Schullehrer, der vor allem durch ein Modell des Salomonischen … Deutsch Wikipedia
Judah Leon Templo — Jacob Judah Aryeh Leon Templo (born 1603 in Hamburg, died after 1675) was a ḥakam , translator of the Psalms, and expert on heraldry, of Marano descent.He was son of Abraham de Leon. He became ḥakam in Middelburg and, after 1643, in Amsterdam,… … Wikipedia