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ASHKENAZI, MESHULLAM ZALMAN:

Polish rabbi and man of letters; born in the second half of the eighteenth century; died at Lublin, Poland, May 1, 1843. He was the son of Rabbi Meshullam Zalman of Pomarin, whose family name was Orenstein, under which appellation his brother, Rabbi Mordecai Ẓebi of Lemberg, is also known. Meshullam Zalman the elder, who died before the birth of his son, was a grandson of Ḥakam Ẓebi.

Meshullam the younger held the office of rabbi at Cazimir and Naselsk, and from 1826 until his death, at Lublin. He wrote glosses to the Mishnah, published in the Wilna edition, 1869.

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