Moses Ben-mocha of Palestine
Moses ben-Mocha Of Palestine or Tiberias, a Jewish writer of some note, flourished towards the close of the 6th century. He developed and amplified the interlineary system of vocalization (מנוקד, למטה טעסהתחחון), called the Tiberian (נקוד טיברני), which has for centuries been adopted both by the Synagogue and the Church in all the pointed editions of the Hebrew Scriptures. Like his father, R. Moses also wrote Massoretic glosses both in the margin of the Codd. and in separate works, entitled ספרי נקוד.