Luria, Solomon ben Jehiel (Maharshal)
- (1510-74)Polish codifier. He officiated in communities in Lithuania and Poland. His Yam shel Shelomoh was critical of the Shulhan Arukh, which according to Luria relied on the codifiers instead of being based on the Talmud.
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