Aaron, Berechja Ben-mose Ben-nechemja

Aaron, Berechja Ben-Mose Ben-Nechemja, of Modena, who flourished in the 17th century, and died in 1639, is the author of an ascetic work entitled יבק מעבר, Maabar Yabbok, "The Ford Jabbok'" (Mantua, 1626), which has also been translated into Judaeo- German. This book, divided into five parts, treats of deeds of charity, the fasting of the Israelites, of their manner of enshrouding the dead, etc. See Furst, Bibl. Jud. 1. 22; Jost, Gesch. d. Judenth. u.s. — Sekten, 3, 150;

Delitzsch, Gesch. d. jud. Poesie, p. 108; Zunz, Literatur-Gesch. d. jud. Poesie, p. 424; id. Zur Literatur u. Geschichte, p. 260 (B.P.)

 
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