Aryeh Leib ben Samuel

(1640-1718)
   Polish rabbi. He served as rabbi in various Polish communities. In 1666 he met Shabbetai Tzevi in Constantinople. His Shaagat Aryeh is a collection of responsa.

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  • SHAPIRO, ARYEH LEIB BEN ISAAC — (1701–1761), scholar and grammarian. Raised in Vilna, Shapiro married a daughter of Mordecai b. Azriel, one of the city s most respected residents. As a young man, he maintained a correspondence with the Karaite scholar Solomon of Troki, the… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Aryeh Judah Leib ben Moses Teomim — was a rabbi and scholar of the 17th and 18th centuries who lived in Pińczów, and later in Plotzk. He was the author of the following works: Ya alat Chen (Zolkiev, 1802), sermons on different parashiyyot Get Mekushshar (Warsaw, 1812), compendium… …   Wikipedia

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  • HOROWITZ, SAMUEL (Edler von) BEN ISAIAH ARYEH LEIB HA-LEVI — (1836–1925), Galician financier and communal   worker. Although in his youth he was observant to the point of fanaticism, he subsequently abandoned this way of life and joined the maskilim. An outstandingly talented financier, from 1875 he… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • ZECHARIAH MENDEL BEN ARYEH LEIB — (d. after 1707), rabbi and author. He was born in Cracow, where his father was rabbi of the community. On his father s death in 1671 samuel koidonover was appointed to succeed him, while Zechariah Mendel was appointed rabbi of the main synagogue …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Samuel Judah Löb Rapoport — Solomon Judah Loeb Rapoport Portrait de la Jewish Encyclopedia Solomon Judah Löb Rapoport (1er juin 1790 à Lemberg, alors rattachee au Royaume de Galicie et Lodomérie, dépendant de l Autriche – 16 octobre 1867 à Prague) ou Shlomo Yehouda Leib… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • FALK, JACOB JOSHUA BEN ẒEVI HIRSCH — (1680–1756), rabbi and halakhic authority. Falk was born in Cracow and was a descendant of joshua heschel b. joseph of cracow , the author of Meginnei Shelomo. He studied in Polish yeshivot and took up residence in Lemberg after his marriage to… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

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