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ABRAHAM BEN JACOB ẒEMAḤ:

Palestinian rabbi and author; born about 1670. He was a rabbi at Jerusalem, and a member of the bet din, or rabbinical tribunal, presided over by Moses ben Jonathan Galante. He is the author of a theological work called "Berit Abraham" (The Covenant of Abraham). Ḥayyim Abulafia quotes him in his book "'Ez Ḥayyim," and elsewhere.

Bibliography:
  • Michael, Or ha-Ḥayyim, No. 132.
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