Moscato, Judah

Moscato, Judah a noted physician and rabbi at Mantua, where he died in the year 1580, is the author of an important commentary on the Kozari of the celebrated Jehudah ha-Levi ben-Samuel (q.v.), קוֹל יהוּדָה, The Voice of Judah (Venice, 1594). He also wrote, under the title of נפוּצוֹת יהוּדָה, The Dispersed of Judah, fifty-two lectures on diverse matters (Venice, 1589; republished at Warsaw, 1871). See Furst, Bibl. Jud. 2:391 sq.; De Rossi, Dizionario storico degli autori Ebrei, s.v.; Zunz, Gottesdienstliche Vortraige (Berlin, 1832), page 432.

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