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GERSHON BEN SOLOMON BEN ASHER:

French Talmudist; flourished at Béziers in the twelfth century. He was the author of a casuistic work entitled "Sefer ha-Shalmon," finished by his son Samuel. Isaac b. Sheshet quotes this work in his Responsa (No. 170), but he quotes also (No. 40) a "Sefer ha-Shulḥan," the same title being given also by Azulai ("Shem ha-Gedolim," s.v. "Gershon"). Gershon also wrote a collection of responsa (see Abudarham, "Ḥibbur," ed. Venice, p. 26a).

Bibliography:
  • Neubauer, in R. E. J. ix. 222;
  • Gross, Gallia Judaica, p. 99.
K. M. Sel.
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