Rabbi in Constantinople in the seventeenth century. He was a disciple of Joseph di Trani, and the author of a commentary on "Sefer Mesharim" (The Book of the Righteous), which is the part that treats of civil law in the ritual code "Toledot Adam wa-Ḥawwah," by R. Jeroham ben Meshullam (thirteenth and fourteenth centuries). This commentary was published, under the title "Netibot Mishpaṭ" (The Paths of Justice), in Constantinople, 1668 (see Steinschneider, "Cat. Bodl." col. 821).