Fano, Menahem Azariah
- (1548-1620)Italian rabbi and kabbalist. He was active in Ferrara, Venice, Reggio nell'Emilia and Mantua. He published a collection of 130 responsa and also wrote works on the kabbalah, prayer and the transmigration of the soul.
Dictionary of Jewish Biography. Dan Cohn-Sherbok.
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FANO, MENAHEM AZARIAH DA — (1548–1620), Italian rabbi and kabbalist. The scion of a wealthy family and a prolific author, he was a recognized authority on rabbinic law and the foremost exponent in the West of the kabbalistic system of moses cordovero . Under the influence… … Encyclopedia of Judaism
Menahem Azariah da Fano — (also called Immanuel da Fano, and Rema MiPano) (1548, Fano – Mantua, 1620) was an Italian rabbi, Talmudist, and Kabbalist. Contents 1 Life 2 Works 3 References … Wikipedia
Menahem Azariah da Fano — (souvent appelé Fano), né à Fano dans les Marches en 1548, mort à Mantoue en 1620, est un rabbin, talmudiste et kabbaliste italien. Sommaire 1 Biographie 2 Œuvres 3 Références … Wikipédia en Français
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Menachem Asarja da Fano — (* 1548; † 5. August 1620 in Mantua), auch genannt Immanuel da Fano, hebräisches Akronym: רמ ע Rama, war ein italienischer Kabbalist, Rabbiner und jüdischer Gelehrter. Er entstammte der angesehenen und wohlhabenden jüdisch italienischen… … Deutsch Wikipedia
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Ezra ben Isaac Fano — was Rabbi of Mantua and cabalist who lived in the 16th and 17th centuries. Fano was a pupil of the cabalist Israel Saruḳ, and among his own pupils were Menahem Azariah da Fano, Jacob the Levite, and Issachar Baer Eulenburg. On July 14, 1591, Fano … Wikipedia
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ITALY — Jews have lived in Italy without interruption from the days of the Maccabees until the present, through a period of 21 centuries. Although they were never subjected to general expulsion, there were frequently partial ones. They often enjoyed good … Encyclopedia of Judaism
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