Yitzhak יצחק ben Meir בן מאיר Klonimus - RIVAM ריב"ם, [Rashi grd.son / נכד רש"י ] (c.1090 - c.1130) MP

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Nicknames: "ריב"ם", "The RIVAM"
Birthplace: Ramerupt, France
Death: Died in Ramerupt, France
Occupation: Ribam, Rabbi, Baal Tosafot
Managed by: Yigal Burstein / יגאל בורשטיין
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About Yitzhak יצחק ben Meir בן מאיר Klonimus - RIVAM ריב"ם, [Rashi grd.son / נכד רש"י ]

ריב"ם: ר' יצחק בר מאיר (נכד רש"י). נפטר בחיי אביו ואחיו.

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Harivom Baal Hatosfos

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Rivam

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

  

The Ribam (c. 1090 – c. 1130), Rabbi Yitzchak ben Meir, was one of the Baalei Tosafos.

He was the grandson of Rashi, and brother of the Rashbam and the Rabbeinu Tam.

His father was Meir ben Shmuel and his mother was Yocheved, the daughter of Rashi.

He died before his father, leaving four children (Jacob Tam, Sefer ha-Yashar, No. 616, p. 72b, Vienna, 1811). Although he died young, the Rivam contributed to Tosafos, mentioned by Eliezer b. Joel ha-Levi (Abi ha-'Ezri, §417), to several tractates of the Talmud. Isaac himself is often quoted in the edited Tosafos (Shab. 138a; Ket. 29b et passim).

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The widow of RIBAM (who died young) married Rabbi Yehuda of Paris (c.1130 - 1124)

-------------------- Isaac ben Meir, also known as the Rivam after his Hebrew acronym, was a French rabbi and one of the Baalei Tosafos. He was the grandson of Rashi, and brother of the Rashbam and the Rabbeinu Tam. His father was Meir ben Samuel and his mother was Yocheved, the daughter of Rashi. He died before his father, leaving four children.[1] Although he died young, the Rivam contributed to Tosafos, mentioned by Eliezer ben Joel HaLevi (Abi ha-'Ezri, §417), to several tractates of the Talmud. Isaac himself is often quoted in the edited Tosafos (Shab. 138a; Ket. 29b et passim).

  1. Jacob Tam, Sefer ha-Yashar, No. 616, p. 72b, Vienna, 1811.