Lublin, Meir ben Gedaliah of (Maharam Lublin)
- (1558-1616)Polish talmudist. He was born in Lublin, and became head of the yeshivah there (1582-7). He later served as dayyan and head of the yeshivah at Krakow. From 1595 to 1613 he was a rabbi in Lemberg, and he was then appointed rabbi and head of the yeshivah in Lublin. His Meir Ene Hakhamim contains novellae on the entire Talmud. His responsa were published in Manhir Ene Hakhamim.
Dictionary of Jewish Biography. Dan Cohn-Sherbok.
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LUBLIN, MEIR BEN GEDALIAH — (Maharam of Lublin; 1558–1616), Polish talmudist and halakhic authority. His acronym, MaHaRaM, stands for Morenu Ha Rav Meir, Our teacher, Rabbi Meir. Meir was apparently born in Lublin. His principal teacher was his father in law, Isaac b. David … Encyclopedia of Judaism
Meir Lublin — or Meir ben Gedalia (1558 – 1616) was a Polish rabbi, Talmudist and Posek ( decisor of Jewish law ). He is well known for his commentary on the Talmud, Meir Einai Chachamim. He is also referred to as Maharam (Hebrew acronym: Our Teacher, Rabbi… … Wikipedia
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