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Rabbi Yom Tov Ben Yehuda of Falaise [RASHI Gr.Son] (Bar Natan)

Birthdate:
Birthplace: Falaise, France
Death: Died in Paris, Ile-de-France, France
Place of Burial: Paris, Ile-de-France, France
Immediate Family:

Son of Yehuda Azriel ben Nathan (RIBAN), יהודה בר נתן - ריב"ן and Miriam Bat RASHI Ben Natan
Husband of Fleurdelis Falasi
Father of Yehuda ben Yom Tov of Falaise / יהודה טרבס; Mrs. Yehiel Troish and Yosef ben Yom Tov of Falaise Treves
Brother of Shimshon ben Yehuda [Gd.son of RASHI]; Eliezer ben Yehuda [Gd.son of RASHI]; Dolce (of Falasi) and Elvina wife Shmuel bar Natrony

Occupation: Rabbi, Gaon and Tosafist
Managed by: Private User
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About Yom Tov of Falaise

R' YOM TOV OF FALAIS (1000's - 1100's) - He was a Tosafist. He was the son of Miriam who was the daughter of RASHI, and R'Yehuda who was the son of R' NATHAN who was known as the R'BAN. R' YOM TOV WAS THE FATHER OF R' YEHUDA.

Falaise is a commune in the Calvados département in the Basse-Normandie region in Normandy, north-western France. Falaise lies on the Ante River, about 20 miles (32 kilometres) southeast of Caen.

The town was the birthplace of William I the Conqueror, first of the Norman Kings of England (1027 or 1028 – 9 September 1087). The Château de Falaise (12th-13th century), which overlooks the town from a high crag, was formerly the seat of the Dukes of Normandy. Also, the Treaty of Falaise was signed at the castle in December 1174 between the captive William I, King of Scots, and the English King Henry II Plantagenet.

The town is known for the battle of the "Falaise Pocket" during the Allied reconquest of France (called Operation Overlord) in August 1944 in which two German armies were encircled and destroyed by the Allied armies. Some 10,000 German troops were killed and 50,000 taken prisoner.

Two-thirds of Falaise was destroyed by Allied bombing before the town was taken by a combined force of Canadian and Polish troops. Falaise was largely restored after the war.

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Yom Tov of Falaise's Timeline

1090
1090
Falaise, France
1115
1115
Age 25
Falais, France
1140
1140
Age 50
Paris, Ile-de-France, France
1140
Age 50
Paris, Ile-de-France, France
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Lotharingia, then Paris, France then Falaise, France