Baruch ben Samuel of Mainz
- (c. 1150-1221)German talmudist and liturgical poet. He was dayyan of Mainz. His responsa were incorporated in his Sepher ha-Hokhmah (The Book of Wisdom). He wrote commentaries on several talmudic tractates, and piyyutim on persecutions of the Jews.
Dictionary of Jewish Biography. Dan Cohn-Sherbok.
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BARUCH BEN SAMUEL OF MAINZ — (c. 1150–1221), scholar and paytan. Baruch was a pupil of Moses b. Solomon ha Kohen, whom he succeeded as a member of the bet din of Mainz. There is no basis for Aptowitzer s statement that a dispute for the position between him and his kinsman,… … Encyclopedia of Judaism
BARUCH BEN SAMUEL OF ALEPPO — (also called Baruch of Greece, or the Sephardi; 1070/80–1130/40), talmudic commentator. It is surmised that he was either from southern Italy or Spain. He immigrated to Ereẓ Israel and then to Aleppo, from where he sent questions to Samuel b. Ali … Encyclopedia of Judaism
BARUCH BEN ISAAC OF REGENSBURG — (second half of 12th century), talmudic scholar. He was a member of the bet din of Regensburg, together with isaac b. jacob ha lavan of prague , Abraham ben Moses of Regensburg, and Judah he Ḥasid b. Samuel (Sefer Ḥasidim, ed. by J. Wistinetzki… … Encyclopedia of Judaism
Elieser ben Samuel — (* um 1115 in Metz; † um 1198 in Mainz) war ein Rabbiner. Leben Elieser, was so viel wie „Mein Gott (ist) Hilfe“ bedeutet, wurde um 1115 in Metz geboren. Er war ein Schüler des Jakob ben Meir, von dem er zum anerkannten Tosafisten ausgebildet… … Deutsch Wikipedia
Juda ben Samuel — Jehuda ben Samuel he Chasid, genannt Jehuda der Fromme (ca. * 1140 50 vermutlich in Speyer; † 22. Februar 1217 in Regensburg), war ein deutsch jüdischer Schriftgelehrter, Philosoph und Ethiker. Er war einer der bedeutendsten Vertreter… … Deutsch Wikipedia
Judah ben Samuel — died 1217 Jewish mystic and scholar. He was a member of the Kalonymos family, which provided medieval Germany with many Jewish mystics and spiritual leaders. Around 1195 he settled in Regensburg, where he founded a yeshiva and gathered disciples… … Universalium
ELIEZER BEN SAMUEL OF VERONA — (early 13th century), Italian tosafist. Eliezer was a pupil of Isaac b. Samuel of Dampierre (Roke aḥ 377) and the teacher of avigdor b. elijah Kohen Ẓedek of Vienna. He was a colleague of eleazar b. judah of Worms and of Abraham b. Moses of… … Encyclopedia of Judaism
JUDAH BEN KALONYMUS BEN MOSES OF MAINZ — (d. c. 1200), German scholar, halakhic authority, paytan, and kabbalist. He was the pupil of Shemariah b. Mordecai in Speyer, and of , who taught him mysticism. During the Third Crusade (1189–93) Judah braced his community to face the approaching … Encyclopedia of Judaism
SIMḤAH BEN SAMUEL OF SPEYER — (second half of the 12th and the beginning of the 13th century), German scholar. He may have been a descendant of Judah ha Kohen, author of the Sefer ha Dinim (see Aptowitzer). Simḥah was one of the rabbis and dayyanim of the Speyer bet din… … Encyclopedia of Judaism
BAMBERG, SAMUEL BEN BARUCH — (first half of the 13th century), rabbi and paytan. Samuel was born in Metz, but lived in Bamberg, after which he was called. He studied under his father, baruch b. samuel of Mainz, and eliezer b. samuel of Metz. He corresponded on halakhic… … Encyclopedia of Judaism