Münz (Minz), Judah
- (c. 1409-1509)German rabbi. After the Jews were expelled from Mainz in 1461, he settled in Padua, where he founded a yeshivah and taught philosophy at the university; he remained in Italy for the rest of his life. He wrote numerous responsa and engaged in a polemic with Elijah Delmedigo.
Dictionary of Jewish Biography. Dan Cohn-Sherbok.