ADANI, DAVID BEN YESHA HA-LEVI (15th century)


ADANI, DAVID BEN YESHA HA-LEVI (15th century)
ADANI, DAVID BEN YESHA HA-LEVI (15th century), Yemenite commentator on Maimonides. His works include Arabic glossaries which explain difficult phrases in Maimonides' Mishneh Torah and a commentary on the Mishnah. -BIBLIOGRAPHY: Y. Ratzaby, in: KS, 28 (1952/53), 276. (Yehuda Ratzaby)

Encyclopedia Judaica. 1971.

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