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BEN-EZRA, SOLOMON:

Chief rabbi of the Jewish community of Smyrna, Asia Minor, in the second half of the eighteenth century, having succeeded his father, Abraham Ben-Ezra; died in 1782. He was the author of a series of Hebrew sermons, "Yad Shelomoh" (The Hand of Solomon), Salonica, 1826, and of two other works, "Bet-Meṭabaḥia" (The Slaughter-House) and "Bet-Abṭinas" (The House of Abtinas).

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