- (fl. 18th cent)Polish Hasidic writer He lived in Koretz. A pupil of the Baal Shem Tov, he wrote Midrash Pinhas.
Dictionary of Jewish Biography. Dan Cohn-Sherbok.
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KORETS, PHINEHAS BEN ABRAHAM ABBA SHAPIRO OF — (1726–1791), ḥasidic rabbi. Born in Shklov, he later lived in Korets, but because of differences of opinion with the followers of , he left the town around 1770. He moved to Ostrog, later settling in Shepetovka where he died. His plans to… … Encyclopedia of Judaism
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