2 edition of responsa of Solomon Luria (Maharshal) found in the catalog.
responsa of Solomon Luria (Maharshal)
|Statement||by Simon Hurwitz.|
|Contributions||Luria, Solomon ben Jehiel, 1510?-1573 or 4.|
|LC Classifications||BM646 H8 1938|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 181 p.|
|Number of Pages||181|
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Genre/Form: Consilia: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Hurwitz, Simon. Responsa of Solomon-Luria (Maharshal). New York, Bloch Pub. Co., n.d. Due to copyright issues, we were unable to acquire this resource and instead trained on Rav Yosef Karo’s commentary Bet Yosef [House of Yosef] and tested on the Responsa of Rabbi Solomon Luria, all taken from Sefaria.
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LURIA, SOLOMON BEN JEHIEL (?–), posek and talmudic commentator (known as Rashal or Maharshal = M orenu ha-R av S helomo L uria).
Few biographical details are known of him. He was probably born in Poznan (Poland). His family was related to many of the important families of the time, including *Katzenellenbogen and *Minz of. Source: Solomon Luria ( - November 7, ) (Hebrew: שלמה לוריא) was one of the great Ashkenazic poskim (decisors of Jewish law) and teachers of his time.
He is known for his work of Halakha, Yam Shel Shlomo, responsa of Solomon Luria book his Talmudic commentary Chochmat Shlomo. Luria is also referred to as Maharshal מהרש"ל (Hebrew abbreviation: Our Teacher, Rabbi Solomon Luria). Physical Description: , 44 ff., folio mm., usual light age and damp staining, wide margins.
A very good copy bound in contemporary boards, rubbed. Detailed Description: Responsa by R. Solomon ben Jehiel Luria (Maharshal, c. ), is known for his numerous schjolarly works on Talmud and halakhah. Of note, the Hokhmat Shelomo, emendations to the. His grandson solomon (d.
before ) compiled the responsa of Solomon Luria book version of the Luria family tree for Solomon Luria. responsa of Solomon Luria book His only son, joshua moses (d.
), who was responsible for the third version, served as rabbi in Worms. He is referred to in the customal of Worms (Mss. Breslau Seminary lxxxvii, ) and in other works.
Luria was the author of "'Omer ba-Sadeh" (Wilna, ), a book for the young, in which Biblical passages are explained in a moral and patriotic sense. Isaac ben Solomon Ashkenazi Luria (ARI): also the decisions and rulings of those who compiled the responsa, in order to avoid the suspicion of plagiarism or the reproach that.
The custom of lighting a Yahrzeit candle is medieval (Solomon Luria, Responsa, 46; Joseph Schwartz, Hadrat Kodesh, p. 18). If candles are unavailable or impractical, an electric light may be used (Gesher Hachayim I, p.
Judah was born in the small town of Speyer in the modern day Rhineland-Palatinate state in Germany in but later settled in Regensburg in the modern day state of Bavaria in He wrote much of Sefer Hasidim (Book of the Pious), as well as a work about Gematria and Sefer Hakavod (Book of Glory), the latter has responsa of Solomon Luria book lost and is only known by quotations that other Born: Yehuda ben HaRav Shmuel,Speyer.
Moses Blumes (), a friend of Solomon b. Jehiel Luria, in whose collection of responsa (No. 37, ed. Fürth, p. 24a) is included a responsum of Blumes. If responsa of Solomon Luria book BRANN, MARCUS – German historian; born in Rawitsch July 9, ; son of Rabbi Solomon Brann.
He studied at the University of Breslau, attending at the same time the rabbinical. The first mention of any Bacharach is that of Samuel Bacharach (Tayri) in (Solomon Luria, Responsa, No.
29; Heilprin, "Seder ha-Dorot," ed. Maskileison, p.Warsaw, ), but it responsa of Solomon Luria book questionable whether the reading in this case is correct, as the words of Luria may mean, "Samuel in the city of Bachrach of Tayri.". Shlomo Yitzchaki (Hebrew: רבי שלמה יצחקי ; Latin: Salomon Isaacides; French: Salomon de Troyes, 22 February – 13 July ), today generally known by the acronym Rashi (Hebrew: רש״י, RAbbi SHlomo Itzhaki), was a medieval French rabbi and author of a comprehensive commentary on the Talmud and commentary on the med for his ability to Born: FebruTroyes, France.
The book is a comprehensive study of the Lurie/Luria family that includes 45 pages of family trees showing the relationship of the Lurie family to such other families as Epstein, Eskeles, Heilprin, Isserles, Katzenellenbogen, Margolit, Meisel, Mendelssohn, Pereira, Weidenfeld and Wulff.
claims descent from Isaac ben Solomon Luria ( History of responsa in Judaism spans a period of 1, years. Responsa constitute a special class of rabbinic literature, differing in form, but not necessarily in content, from Rabbinic commentaries devoted to the exegesis of the Bible, the Mishnah, the Talmud, and halakha (the codes of Jewish religious law).
The codes themselves contain the rules for ordinary incidents. Rabbi Isaac Luria has become famous as the "Ari," the holy lion; Ari represents the initials of “ Ashkenazi Rabbi Isaac ” As his name indicates, his family originally lived in Germany, whence they had wandered to the man was born who was to play a magnificent role not only in that century of spiritual and cultural revolutions, but down to our very : Nissan Mindel.
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While Rabbi Moses Isserles (/) quotes the book with some frequency, it seems that the opposition to it of Isserles’ relatives Rabbis Solomon Luria (ca.
) and Meir Katzenellenbogen (), among others, prevented it from being reprinted untilwhen it appeared again in Jerusalem. The first mention of any Bacharach is that of Samuel Bacharach. (n"t3) in (Solomon Luria, Responsa, No. 29; Heilprin, "Seder ha-Dorot," ed.
Maskileison, p.Warsaw, ), but it is questionable whether the reading in this case is correct, as the words of Luria may mean, " Samuel in "p33 of v-puj." The second mention Solomon Meir.
The history of the Jews in Belarus begins as early as the 8th lived in all parts of the lands of modern were the third largest ethnic group in the country in the first half of the 20th century. Before World War II, the Jewish population had dropped from roughlytodue to mass migrations, but Jews were still the third among the ethnic groups in Belarus: 12, (), ().
Among the first to deal with them at all was Solomon Luria (Yam Shel Shelomo to B.K., ch. 7, #37). There he stated that the festivities provided by the Ashkenazim for a Bar/Bat Mitzvah were to be considered religious occasions (Se-udat Mitzvah). There are, of course, numerous modern authorities who have discussed these festivities and have.
The chief Polish representatives of the sixteenth century were Moses Isserles, Solomon Luria, and Meïr Lublin; the responsa of these scholars throw a flood of light on the condition of the Jews of the period, who evidently took high rank in Poland and were not unfamiliar with military arts, since they offered their services to the duke or to.
SLONIK (Solnik), BENJAMIN AARON BEN ABRAHAM (c. ), Polish rabbi. Slonik was probably born in Grodno. He studied there in his youth under Nathan Nata Spiro. He was rabbi in Silesia (Joseph Katz, She'erit Yosef (krakow, ), no.
47) and Podhajce (Meir of Lublin, Responsa, no. ).He claims to have been in "Russia" as a youth (Masat Binyamin, no.
62). The list goes back a few centuries before Rashi, but there is no reference to descent from King David or from Johanan Ha-Sandlar. It may be found in The Responsa of Solomon Luria (MaHaRaShaL), by Simon Hurwitz (New York,pages 84–85 in. Luria was the author of "' Omer ba-Sadeh" (Wilna, ), a book for the young, in which Biblical passages are explained in a moral and patriotic sense.
Bibliography: Yevreiskaya Biblioteka, et seq. Ha-Shaḥ ar, Zeitlin, Bibl. Post-Mendels. Eliezer b. Joel HaLevi (d. ), Sefer Rabiah, ed. Aptowitzer, Berlin and Jerusalem Eliezer b. Nathan of Mainz (1st half 12th century), Sefer Eben Ha‘Ezer (Raben), Simleul-Silvanici Eliezer b.
Samuel of Metz (d. ), Sefer Yereim, Vilna Elijah Levita (), Sefer HaTishbi, Grodno Epstein, Jeḥiel Michel (middle 17th century), Kiẓur Shne.
BIBLIOGRAPHY A.—A NOTE ABOUT THE SOURCES. Although this book is concerned primarily with the Jewish Middle Ages (c. ), * it has been necessary to pay considerable attention to source material originating in earlier periods, particularly to the Talmud. This encyclopedia of Jewish law, customs and beliefs was accepted as the final word on all matters.
Religious observances owe greatly to Elijah ben Solomon (–), the Vilna Gaon, who lived in Lithuania's greatest city, style of Torah and Talmud study shaped the analytical "Lithuanian-style" form of learning still practiced in most yeshiva movement itself is a typical Lithuanian development, initiated by the Vilna Gaon's main disciple, Rabbi Chaim.
Luria is also referred to as Maharshal מהרש"ל (Hebrew abbreviation: Our Teacher, Rabbi Solomon Luria), or Rashal רש"ל (Rabbi Solomon Luria). Luria studied in Lublin under Rabbi Shalom Shachna (below) and later in the Ostroh yeshiva under Kalonymus Haberkasten (above) he later married Lipka, daughter of Rabbi Kalonymus.
The Responsa of Solomon Luria. New York, New York. – ↑ Einsiedler, David (). "Can We Prove Descent from King David?". Avotaynu. VIII (3(Fall)): Retrieved ↑ "Shiur 08 - Rashi, Tosfos, And The Development Of Ashkenazi Jewry - Rabbi Menachem Levine - TD". Retrieved Ashkenazim and Sephardim: Their Sabbath scholars Sede Hemed Sephardi pronunciation Sephardi Rabbis Sephardi school Sephardim Sepher Shlomoh Shulhan Aruch Siddur Solomon Solomon Luria Spanish Synagogue Talmud Tashbez tephillin terefah Differences, and Problems as Reflected in the Rabbinical Responsa Volume 3 of Sources and Studies in.
Solomon Luria (Maharshal) (–), Posek and Talmudist; Obadiah ben Jacob Sforno (Sforno) (c. – ), Italian scholar and rationalist; Chaim Vital (–), Kabbalist and primary disciple of Rabbi Isaac Luria; David ben Solomon ibn Abi Zimra (Radbaz) (c.
or c. – ), 15th/16th century Halakhist, Posek and Chief. In his commentary on the Talmud, R. Solomon ben Jehiel Luria (Poland, c.
–) refers to Maimonides and Isserlein in a discussion about punishing a “bad” wife. Luria goes further than Isserlein did in Terumat ha-Deshen #, when he writes: “A man may hit his wife when she curses her father and mother, because she transgresses the.
The L-rd is thy keeper; the L‑rd is thy shade upon thy right hand. Psalms CXXI, 5. In the Bible. The word “ mezuzah ” appears for the first time in the Bible in the account of the Exodus from Egypt.
Before the last plague smiting the Egyptian firstborn, the Almighty forewarned the Jewish people to mark their doorposts with the blood of the sacrificial lamb so that the forces of Author: Alexander Poltorak. Identical with this Abraham seems to be Abraham ConEN-ZEDEJC, who, according to a note in the responsa (No.
88) of Solomon Luria (died ). had put the Passover diniin into rime, in order to afford useful entertainment to those people wlio, according to ancient custom, spent the larger portion of the first two nights of the Passover in.
Benjamin Aron Slonik (c. ) was a Polish rabbi of the early modern period whose independent style of textual and halakhic analysis produced important works of responsa and other Jewish legalistic and moralistic tracts.
Of particular note are Slonik’s attitudes toward certain women-related issues that placed him in a class of his own within the prevailing Ashkenazic. In a quarrel he had with Elijah Delmedigo he was supported by Elijah Mizrahi (comp.
Joseph Solomon Delmedigo, "Mazref la-Hokmah," p. 3b; idem, "Elim," p. 29; Mizrahi, Responsa, No. 56). It appears from Solomon Luria's responsa (No. 6) that Minz was the author of a number of ordinances ("takkanot") at Padua. The child was enrolled in pdf prestigious yeshiva of David ben Solomon ibn Abi Zimra (), pdf learned Chief Rabbi who had authored no less than 3, responsa or halakhic (legal) decisions on Jewish law.
Zimra also wrote the Magen David, a mystical text which sought to elaborate upon the meaning of the sacred aleph bet (Hebrew alphabet).The Talmud (; Hebrew: תַּלְמוּד talmūd "instruction, learning", from a root lmd "teach, study") is a central text download pdf Rabbinic is also traditionally referred to as Shas (ש״ס), a Hebrew abbreviation of shisha sedarim, the "six orders".The term "Talmud" normally refers to the Babylonian Talmud, though there is also an earlier collection known as the Jerusalem Talmud.RESPONSA.
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