Bacharach, Jair Hayyim
- (1638-1702)German talmudist. He served as rabbi in Koblenz and Worms. Thirteen scholars met under his leadership to study and prepare themselves for redemption. He collected writings connected with Shabbetai Tzevi. His Havvot Yair consists of responsa demonstrating an extensive knowledge of secular subjects.
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OPPENHEIM (Oppenheimer), DAVID BEN ABRAHAM — (1664–1736), rabbi. Born in Worms, his teachers were gershon ashkenazi of Metz, Jacob Ashkenazi, Benjamin Wolf Epstein of Friedberg, and isaac benjamin Wolf b. Eliezer Lipman of Landsberg. While he was still a boy, he maintained a scholarly… … Encyclopedia of Judaism