- (1610-94)Italian rabbi. He was an opponent of the Sabbetaians. He was among the rabbis who interrogated Nathan of Gaza in Venice in 1(568. He wrote Devar Shemuel.
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ABOAB, SAMUEL BEN ABRAHAM — (1610–1694), Italian rabbi. Aboab was born in Hamburg, but at the age of 13 he was sent by his father to study in Venice under David Franco, whose daughter he later married. After serving as rabbi in Verona, he was appointed in 1650 to Venice. At … Encyclopedia of Judaism
Samuel Aboab — (1610 ndash; August 22, 1694), son of Abraham Aboab, was a very prominent rabbi of the seventeenth century. He was born at Venice, and began the study of rabbinical literature at an early age. When thirteen years old, he became the pupil of David … Wikipedia
ABOAB, JACOB BEN SAMUEL — (d. c. 1725), Venetian rabbi. He was the third son of Samuel Aboab, whom he succeeded as rabbi of Venice and whose biography he wrote (introduction to Samuel Aboab s responsa Devar Shemu el (Venice, 1702). He studied mathematics and astronomy and … Encyclopedia of Judaism
Aboab — ist der Name folgender Personen: Isaac I. Aboab (um 1300), jüdischer Autor Isaac II. Aboab (um 1433 um 1493), kastilischer Rabbiner und Gaon Isaac Aboab da Fonseca (1605 1693), jüdischer Gelehrter und Kabbalist Immanuel Aboab (um 1555–1628),… … Deutsch Wikipedia
ABOAB — ABOAB, Spanish family whose descendants remained prominent among the Sephardim of the Mediterranean world as well as in the ex Marrano communities of Northern Europe. The origin of the name is obscure. The family produced many outstanding Jewish… … Encyclopedia of Judaism
Isaac Aboab da Fonseca — Gemälde von 1661 Isaac Aboab da Fonseca (* 1. Februar 1605 in Castro Daire, Portugal; † 4. April 1693 in Amsterdam) war ein Rabbi, Gelehrter, Kabbalist und Schriftsteller … Deutsch Wikipedia
SID (Sidilyo; Sirilyo), SAMUEL IBN — (c. 1530), rabbi in egypt . Samuel studied under isaac de leon in his native Toledo where he married the daughter of isaac aboab . After the Expulsion from spain in 1492 Samuel arrived in Egypt, where he was a member of the bet din of Isaac… … Encyclopedia of Judaism
ZACUTO, ABRAHAM BEN SAMUEL — (1452–c. 1515), astronomer and historian. His ancestors were French Jewish exiles who had come to Castile in 1306. In his biblical and talmudic studies he was instructed by his father and R. isaac aboab ii , and he attended the University of… … Encyclopedia of Judaism
GEDILIAH, ABRAHAM BEN SAMUEL — (d. 1672), rabbi and author. Born in Jerusalem, Abraham journeyed to Italy in 1648 and resided in Leghorn and Verona. On his return journey in 1660, he stayed for a time in Egypt. In Italy he was friendly with samuel aboab and moses b. mordecai… … Encyclopedia of Judaism
VERONA — VERONA, city in N. Italy. Jews may have settled there as early as the Roman period, and certainly not later than the early Middle Ages. In the tenth century they were expelled from the city as a consequence of incitement by the bishop Ratherius.… … Encyclopedia of Judaism