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ALDUBI, ABRAHAM BEN ISMAIL (ALBUBI, also possibly Alrabbi):

Talmudic scholar and author, who flourished in Spain in the first half of the fourteenth century. He was a pupil of Solomon ben Adret and the teacher of Jeroham ben Meshullam. He wrote many novellæ and responsa, which, however, are known only from the numerous quotations contained in the works of his pupil Jeroham. His chief work appears to have been "Seder 'Abodat Yom ha-Kippurim" (The Order of the Service on the Day of Atonement), an epitome of which was published in Jeroham's "Toledot Adam waḤawwah." Some novellæ and a commentary on Baba Batra are mentioned in Moses Alashkar's decisions, No. 39.

Bibliography:
  • Michael, Or ha-Ḥayyim, No. 54.
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