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MOSES HA-DARSHAN – French exegete; lived at Narbonne about the middle of the eleventh century. According to a manuscript in the possession of the Alliance Israélite Universelle containing those parts of Abraham Zacuto's "Sefer Yuḥasin" that are...
MOSES BEN DAVID BEN NAPHTALI – See Ben Naphtali.
MOSES EISENSTADT BEN ISAAC – See Eisenstadt, Moses ben Isaac.
MOSES ELIAKIM BERI'AH BEN ISRAEL – Polish preacher; born at Cozienice; died there in 1825. He wrote "Be'er Mosheh" (Jusefow, n.d.), homilies arranged according to the parashiyyot of the Pentateuch. It appears from this work that Moses Eliakim was, like his...
MOSES BEN ELIJAH HA-LEVI – Karaite scholar and poet; lived at Chufut-Kale, in the Crimea, in the eighteenth century. He was the author of a work entitled "Darosh Darash Mosheh," twenty-four treatises on various subjects (comp. "Oraḥ Ẓaddiḳim," p.23a). In...
MOSES BEN ENOCH – Founder of Talmud study in Spain; died about 965. He was one of the four scholars that went from Sura, the seat of a once flourishing but then declining Talmud academy, in order to collect contributions for that school. During a...
MOSES OF EVREUX – French tosafist, and author of a siddur ("Semaḳ" No. 154); flourished in the first half of the thirteenth century. Moses is generally supposed to have been the son of Yom-Ṭob, referred to in Elijah Mizraḥi's responsa (No. 82);...
MOSES GERMANUS – See Spaeth, Johann.
MOSES IBN GIKATILLA – See Gikatilla, Moses ibn.
MOSES B. ḤABIB – See Ḥabib, Moses b. Shem-Ṭob ibn.
MOSES ḤARIF II. (PHINEHAS MOSES BEN ISRAEL) – Chief rabbi of Lemberg, where he died Sept. 17, 1702. Moses was a grandson of Moses Ḥarif I. ben Solomon, and appears to have been born at Lemberg. He was the first chief rabbi of both communities of Lemberg—urban and suburban....
MOSES ḤASID – Austrian ethical writer; lived at Prague in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. He was the author of a "Ẓawwa'ah," containing ethical instructions (Prague, 1717), a portion of which, under the title "Iggeret ha-Musar," was...
MOSES BEN ISAAC – Austrian author; lived at Bisenz, Moravia, in the latter half of the sixteenth century. He was the author of: "Darash Mosheh" (Cracow, 1595), explanation of 256 quaint Talmudical haggadot in "'En Ya'aḳob," published by Isaac...
MOSES ISAAC B. BARUCH OF REDWITZ – See Meinek, Moses Säkel.
MOSES BEN ISAAC BONEMS – Polish rabbi; born at Cracow; died at Lublin Nov. 25, 1668. He was a great-grandson of Moses Isserles, and later became the son-in-law of Samuel Eliezer Edels. He was successively rabbi at Lyuboml (Volhynia) and Lublin. In the...
MOSES BEN ISAAC HANESSIAH – English grammarian and lexicographer of the late twelfth and early thirteenth centuries. His mother probably was a Jewess named Comitissa, of Cambridge, whence the name "Hanessiah." In his youth he wrote a work (now lost) on...
MOSES B. ISAAC JUDAH LIMA – See Lima, Moses b. Isaac Judah.
MOSES ISAAC JUDAH LÖB BEN NAPHTALI HIRZ – Rabbi and cabalist; born at Frankfort-on-the-Main; died at Pinczow, Russian Poland, in 1682 (in 1662 according to Wolf, "Bibl. Hebr." iii., No. 1362c). He was a pupil of Aaron Samuel Kaidanover in Talmud and of Jacob Temerles in...
MOSES ISAAC OF KELMY – Russian preacher, known as the "Kelmer maggid"; born in Slonim, government of Grodno, 1828; died in Lida, government of Wilna, Nov. 9, 1899. At the age of ten he lost his father, and he was brought up by his maternal...
MOSES BEN ISAAC LEONI – Italian scholar and Talmudist; born at Urbino Nov. 30, 1566; died in 1641. At the age of thirteen Moses became the pupil of Jedidiah of Rimini: the date of his birth and the date of the engagement of Jedidiah as his teacher...
MOSES BEN ISAAC (GAJO) OF RIETI – Italian physician, philosopher, and poet; born at Rieti in 1388; died at Rome about 1460. After having received instruction in Talmud and Hebrew literature from his father, he devoted himself to the study of medicine and...
MOSES, ISAAC S. – American rabbi; born Dec. 8, 1847, at Santomischel, Posen. He was educated at Santomischel, Gleiwitz, and Breslau. The rabbinical diploma was conferred upon him by R. Salomon Rosenthal (Jaroczyn) and Dr. Bernhard Felsenthal...
MOSES BEN ISAIAH HA-KOHEN – Polish rabbi of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. He was a pupil of Solomon Luria, and was successively rabbi of Miedzyboz, Brody, and Przemysl. Fürst ("Bibl. Jud." iii. 120) and Benjacob ("Oẓar ha-Sefarim," p. 86)...
MOSES ISRAEL – Oriental rabbi; born at Jerusalem in the latter half of the seventeenth century; died at Alexandria about 1740. Sent out to collect alms for the poor of Safed (c. 1710), he visited Rhodes, where the congregation elected him...
MOSES B. ISRAEL ISSERLES – See Isserles.