Aaron ha-Levi of Barcelona

(fl. 14th cent.)
   Spanish talmudist. His Book of Education analyses the 613 commandments.

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  • AARON BEN JOSEPH HA-LEVI — (HaRAH, initials of his name Ha Rav Aharon ha Levi; c. 1235–1300), Spanish rabbi and halakhist. Aaron was a descendant of zerahiah b. isaac ha Levi. His principal teachers were his brother Phinehas   and Moses b. Naḥman (Naḥmanides ). He had many …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Aaron, lévite juif — Aaron Halevi Pour les articles homonymes, voir Aaron et Halevi. Le Rav Aharon HaLevi (1235 c.1290 ; en 1292 selon Weiss ; certains avancent 1303), dit le Ra ah, fut un rabbin, talmudiste et légaliste de l ère des Rishonim. Repères… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Aaron Halevi — Pour les articles homonymes, voir Aaron et Halevi. Le Rav Aharon HaLevi (1235 c.1290 ; en 1292 selon Weiss ; certains avancent 1303), dit le Ra ah, fut un rabbin, talmudiste et légaliste de l ère des Rishonim. Repères biographiques Le… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Aaron ben Joseph ha-Levi (R'ah) — (1235 1300)    Spanish talmudist. He was a student of Nahmanides in Barcelona. He wrote Repair of the House consisting of critical comments on Law of the House by Solomon ben Adret. In reply Adret wrote Guard of the House …   Dictionary of Jewish Biography

  • ḤAKIM, SAMUEL BEN MOSES HA-LEVI IBN — (?1480–after 1547), rabbi in egypt and turkey . Samuel came from a distinguished family of Spanish origin which had settled in Egypt. His father, Moses, was a personal friend of the governor of Egypt and, when difficulties arose, intervened on… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • PHINEHAS BEN JOSEPH HA-LEVI — (13th century), Hebrew poet and paytan in Toledo. According to some scholars Phinehas was the brother of aaron ha Levi of Barcelona to whom the Sefer ha Ḥinnukh is attributed. He was one of the rivals of todros b. judah abulafia in the court of… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Aharon HaLevi — Aaron ha Levi of Barcelona (1235 ndash; c. 1290) (Hebrew: אהרן הלוי), known as the Ra AH (the acronym for his Hebrew name), was a medieval rabbi, Talmudical scholar and Halakhist .The Ra ah was born in Gerona, Spain in 1235 to his father Rabbeinu …   Wikipedia

  • Aharon HaLevi — Aaron Halevi Pour les articles homonymes, voir Aaron et Halevi. Le Rav Aharon HaLevi (1235 c.1290 ; en 1292 selon Weiss ; certains avancent 1303), dit le Ra ah, fut un rabbin, talmudiste et légaliste de l ère des Rishonim. Repères… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Ra'ah — Aaron Halevi Pour les articles homonymes, voir Aaron et Halevi. Le Rav Aharon HaLevi (1235 c.1290 ; en 1292 selon Weiss ; certains avancent 1303), dit le Ra ah, fut un rabbin, talmudiste et légaliste de l ère des Rishonim. Repères… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • LITERATURE, JEWISH — Literature on Jewish themes and in languages regarded as Jewish has been written continuously for the past 3,000 years. What the term Jewish literature encompasses, however, demands definition, since Jews have lived in so many countries and have… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

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