Santa Maria, Paul de (Paul of Burgos; Solomon ha-Levi of Burgos)

(c. 1352-1435)
   Spanish churchman. As Solomon ha-Levi he served as a rabbi in Burgos. After converting to Christianity, he became bishop of Cartagena, and then of Burgos. He was partly responsible for the anti-Jewish legislation enacted in Castile in 1412. His writings include biblical commentaries.

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