Mordecai ben Hillel
- (fl. 13th cent.)German codifier. He lived in Nuremberg, where he died a martyr's death in the Rindfleisch massacres along with his wife and five children. His Sepher Mordekhai is a compendium in the style of the tosaphot, dealing with talmudic problems. He also wrote responsa and liturgical poetry.
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Mordecai ben Hillel — Mordechai ben Hillel, also known as The Mordechai, (c. 1250 ndash; 1298), was a 13th century German rabbi and posek. His chief legal commentary on the Talmud, referred to as the Mordechai , is one of the sources of the Shulchan Aruch . He died a… … Wikipedia
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Hacohen, Mordecai ben-Hillel — (1856–1936) Hebrew writer and early Zionist. A businessman from Mogilev in Russia, Hacohen was active in the Chovevei Zion movement and a regular contributor to Jewish periodicals, including the Hebrew Ha Melitz. He was a delegate to the first … Who’s Who in Jewish History after the period of the Old Testament
Ha-Cohen, Mordecai ben Hillel — (1856 1936) Hebrew author of Russian origin. He was born in Belorussia. He began publishing articles in Hebrew periodicals when he was 18. In 1875 he moved to St Petersburg, where he wrote a comprehensive survey of Jewish agriculturalists in… … Dictionary of Jewish Biography
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