Castro, Moses de
- (fl. 16th cent.)Egyptian rabbi. He settled in Jerusalem in 1530. He opposed Jacob Berab's initiative to reintroduce Jewish ordination into Palestine.
Dictionary of Jewish Biography. Dan Cohn-Sherbok.
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CASTRO — CASTRO, family name, widespread throughout the Sephardi and Marrano Diaspora, common also in Rome in a family deriving from a place of this name in the Papal States. In some cases, the name was changed to Crasto. In Europe the family was numerous … Encyclopedia of Judaism
CASTRO, JACOB BEN ABRAHAM — (known as Maharikas from the Hebrew initials of his name; 1525?–1610), halakhic authority and talmudic commentator. Castro was born in Egypt. According to D. Conforte, he was the grandson of abraham castro . In his youth he went to Jerusalem,… … Encyclopedia of Judaism
CASTRO, ABRAHAM — (d. 1560). Castro was of Spanish origin, perhaps himself an expellee, and an outstanding figure in early Ottoman Egyptian Jewish society. Contemporary Hebrew and Muslim sources (including Cairo Genizah documents) indicate that he moved in… … Encyclopedia of Judaism
Moses Gaster — in 1904 Born September 17, 1856(1856 09 17) Bucharest Died March 5, 1939 … Wikipedia
CASTRO QUESADA, AMERICO° — (1885–1972), Spanish historian and literary critic. Castro was a professor at the University of Madrid and later at Princeton University. He interpreted the culture and history of Spain as a result of the coming together of Christianity, Islam,… … Encyclopedia of Judaism
CASTRO TARTAS, DAVID DE — (c. 1625–c. 1700), Amsterdam printer. Born in Tartas (southern France) and brother of the martyr isaac de castro tartas , he also wrote his name as de Crasto Tartaz. His New Christian parents left Portugal for Tartas and came to Amsterdam with… … Encyclopedia of Judaism
Moses Belmonte — (1619–May 29, 1647, Amsterdam) was a poet and translator, the eighth child of Jacob Belmonte. He was a pupil of Saul Morteira, whose sermons (Gib at Sha ul, 1645) he edited together with Benjamin Diaz. His poem Argumenta Contra os Noserim has… … Wikipedia
Famille De Castro — Cette page d’homonymie répertorie les différents sujets et articles partageant un même nom. Pour les articles homonymes, voir Castro. Famille de Castro Les différentes branches de cette famille sont d origine portugaise ou espagnol. Après l… … Wikipédia en Français
Famille de Castro — Cette page d’homonymie répertorie les différents sujets et articles partageant un même nom. Pour les articles homonymes, voir Castro. Famille de Castro Les différentes branches de cette famille sont d origine portugaise ou espagnole. Après l… … Wikipédia en Français
De Castro family (Sephardi Jewish) — Part of a series of articles on Jews and Judaism … Wikipedia