הרה''ג כמוהר''ר ברוך Baruch אנג'יל Angel (b. - 1670)

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Birthplace: Salonika, Greece
Death: Died in Smyrna, Turkey
Managed by: Michael Waas
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About הרה''ג כמוהר''ר ברוך Baruch אנג'יל Angel

Chief Rabbi of Salonika from 1657 to 1670 along with Chaim Abraham Perahia and Moshe Sabbetai.

"A Talmudic author and principal of the Talmudic colleges of Salonica and Smyrna in the first half of the seventeenth century. He was a pupil of Asher ha-Kohen ben Ardut, and became one of the foremost teachers in Turkey. The best known of his pupils is David Conforte, author of the historical work, "Ḳore ha-Dorot." Angel wrote novellæ to Joseph Caro's civil code "Ḥoshen Mishpaṭ," which were published together with Solomon Florentin's "Doresh Mishpaṭ" (Salonica, 1655); also novellæ to the treatises Baba Ḳamma, Baba Meẓi'a, Ketubot, Giṭṭin, Shebu'ot, and Ḥullin (Salonica, 1717); and responsa, containing a correspondence on religious law between him and the greatest of his contemporaries (Salonica, 1717).

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