Abraham ben Nathan ha-Yarhi
- (1155-1215)French talmudist. In his Sepher ha-Manhig, he describes synagogue practices in France, Germany, England and Spain.
Dictionary of Jewish Biography. Dan Cohn-Sherbok.
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ABRAHAM BEN NATHAN HA-YARHI — (c. 1155–1215), Provençal talmudic scholar. His name Ha Yarḥi is the Hebrew translation for of Lunel where he spent many years. He was born at Avignon and was related to isaac b. abba mari . He studied with the scholars of Lunel, with Abraham b.… … Encyclopedia of Judaism
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ANATOLI BEN JOSEPH — (late 12th and early 13th century), dayyan at Alexandria. Apparently from Lunel in Languedoc, he was one of the European scholars who settled in Alexandria in the days of maimonides . Toward the end of his life he lived in Fostat (now Cairo). He… … Encyclopedia of Judaism
ASHER BEN SAUL — (late 12th and early 13th centuries), one of the sages of Lunel, later of Narbonne. Few biographical details are known about him and until recently many confused him with Asher b. Meshullam of Lunel. Asher was the younger brother of the kabbalist … Encyclopedia of Judaism
ABUDARHAM, DAVID BEN JOSEPH — (14th century), liturgical commentator in Spain, author of Sefer Abudarham, written in 1340 in Seville. Abudarham came from a distinguished family, and apparently an earlier namesake was a communal leader in Toledo. Abudarham was moved to write… … Encyclopedia of Judaism