R. Zvi Hirsch Koidonover (d. 1712), rabbi and ethical writer (his name derived from Koidanovo, a town near Minsk). Koidonover was born in Vilna and spent his childhood in Kurow near Lublin until 1658 when his father's house was pillaged and his two sisters killed. The rest of the family escaped to Austria, and subsequently settled in Nikolsburg, where his father, Aaron Samuel, was appointed rabbi. Koidonover received his religious education from his father and from R. Joseph b. Judah, rabbi of Minsk and Dubnow, author of the moralistic treatise, Yesod Yosef.
בשער גם: נדפס פה קושטאנדינא. על-פי קושטאנדינא תצ"ב, בהשמטת הקדמת המחבר והתוכחה של ר' שמואל אמאטו. מעבר לשער נדפסה הקדמת ר' יהודה ירושלמי בלאדינו, בחריזה.