Baruch, Ben-baruch

Baruch, Ben-Baruch

ben-Moses, a Jewish rabbi who flourished at Salonica about the year 1600, is the author of אֵלֶה תוֹלדוֹת אָרָם, or a twofold commentary on Ecclesiastes. The one, entitled קהַלִּת יִעֲקֹב, gives an explanation according to the sense; the other, קֹדֶשׂרָאֵל, contains an allegorical exposition of the book. It was published at Venice in 1599. See Furst, Bibi. Jud, i, 89; Jocher, Allgemeines Gelehrten-Lexikon, s.v.; De' Rossi, Dizionario Storico (Germ. transl.), p. 53; Benjacob, Ozar Ha-Sepharim, or Thesaurus Librorum Hebraicorum (Wilna, 1880), 3, 518, No. 57. (B. P.)

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