- (fl. 16th-17th cent)Egyptian kabbalist. He created his own version of Isaac Luria's doctrines. From 1594 to 1600 he propounded his views in Italy and founded a school of kabbalists. Subsequently he lived in Ragusa and Salonica. He produced various kabbalistic works.
Dictionary of Jewish Biography. Dan Cohn-Sherbok.
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