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BULAH, SOLOMON BEN RAPHAEL MOSES DE:

Turkish Talmudist; born at Jerusalem, where his father, Raphael Moses ben Joseph de Bulah, was rabbi; died 1786 at Salonica. Solomon settled at Salonica. He was the author of "Leḥem Shelomoh" (The Bread of Solomon), a halakic work in three divisions, referring to the laws on acquisitionby purchase, on real estate, and on divorce (Salonica, 1795). The other works of Bulah, among them a commentary on Jacob ben Asher's "Ṭur," have not been printed.

Bibliography:
  • Ḥazan, Hama'alot li-Shelomoh, p. 53b.
L. G. I. Ber.
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