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MOSES BEN SIMḤAH OF LUTSK (called also ha-'Anaw ["the modest"] and he-Ḥasid ["the pious"]):

Karaite scholar of the first half of the eighteenth century; father of Simḥah Isaac, author of the "Oraḥ Ẓaddiḳim." Moses of Lutsk wrote a work entitled "Torat Mosheh"; it is divided into four parts and contains liturgical poems and prayers, as well as a number of sermons.

Bibliography:
  • Simḥah Isaac of Lutsk, Oraḥ Ẓaddiḳim, p. 26b;
  • Gottlober, Biḳoret le-Toledot ha-Ḳara'im, p. 204, Wilna, 1865;
  • Benjacob, Oẓar ha-Sefarim, p. 648, No. 520.
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