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[Only Ed.] R. Moses M. Meyuhas
Mordechai Nahman & David Israeliga
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Only edition. , 267 ff., 277:195 mm., minor worming touching single letters, usual age staining. A good copy bound in modern half cloth boards. The R. David Abraham Hai copy with his signature on title.
R. Moses Joseph Mordecai b. Raphael Meyuhas (1738–1805), chief rabbi of Jerusalem. R. Moses studied in the bet midrash Bet Ya'akov. When only 15 years of age he answered questions on halakhah. After 1778 he was one of the members of the bet midrash Keneset Israel founded by Hayyim ibn Attar. After the death of his father-in-law R. Yom Tov Algazi, Moses succeeded him as Sephardi chief rabbi (rishon le-Zion) in 1802. He was on friendly terms with R. H. J. D. Azulai. The titles of all his works include the word mayim from the initials of his name (he even signed his responsa "Mayim Meyuhas"). They are: Sha'ar ha-Mayim (Salonika, 1768), novellae on the laws of terefot in Yoreh De'ah, on tractate Hullin and responsa; Berekhot Mayim (ibid., 1789), novellae to the Shulhan Arukh; Mayim Sha'al (ibid., 1799), responsa, including the work, Mayim Rishonim, novellae written in his youth, to the Mishneh Torah of Maimonides. Many of his novellae and responsa, among them Penei ha-Mayim and Ein ha-Mayim, remain unpublished.
[חידושים ושאלות ותשובות על סדר השלחן ערוך]... ממני... משה מרדכי (יוסף [ב"ר])... רפאל מיוחס בכ"ר שמואל זלה"ה...
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