Eisenstadt, Meir ben Issac (Maharam Ash)

(c.1670-1744)
   Polish rabbinic authority. He served as rabbi in Szydlowiec, Poland and later settled in Worms, where he became head of yeshivah. When the French occupied Worms in 1701 he went to Prossnitz, Moravia, where he served as rabbi. In 1714 he was appointed rabbi of Eisenstadt and its seven communities, where he established a yeshivah. His Panim Meirot contains responsa and novellae on the Talmud.

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