Abraham Abele of Gombin (Gombiner, Abraham Abele)

(c. 1635-83)
   Polish talmudist. His commentary on the Code of Jewish Law, Magen Avraham, influenced religious practice among the Ashkenazim.

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  • GOMBINER, ABRAHAM ABELE BEN ḤAYYIM HA-LEVI — (c. 1637–1683), Polish rabbi. After the death of his parents during the Chmielnicki massacres of 1648, Abraham left his birthplace, Gombin. In 1655 he went to Lithuania, and there studied with his relative, Jacob Isaac Gombiner. Later he went to… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Abraham Gombiner — (* um 1637 in Gombin; † um 1683 in Kalisch) war ein polnischer Talmudist und Posek des 17. Jahrhunderts. U.a. schrieb er einen kurzen Kommentar zu Tosefta Nesiqin, der als Anhang zum Werk seines Schwiegersohns Moses Jekutiel Kaufmann Lechem ha… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Avraham Gombiner — This article is about the rabbi known as Magen Avraham. For other uses, see Magen Abraham Abraham Abele Gombiner (Hebrew: אברהם אבלי הלוי גומבינר) (c. 1633 – c. 1683), known as the Magen Avraham, born in Gąbin (Gombin), Poland, was a rabbi,… …   Wikipedia

  • GABIN — (Pol. Gąbin; Rus. Gombin), small town in Warszawa province, central Poland. Of the 352 houses there in 1564, seven were owned by Jews. The wooden synagogue was erected in 1710. The community numbered 365 in 1765, 2,539 in 1897, and 2,564 in 1921… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

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