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ḤASON, SOLOMON BEN AARON:

Turkish rabbi of the sixteenth century. Of his works the following are known: "Bet Shelomoh," responsa, at the end of which are added some responsa by R. Daniel Estorza (Salonica, 1720); and "Mishpaṭim Yesharim," containing responsa by him and by R. Samuel Gaon, in two parts (ib. 1832).

Ḥason is mentioned in the responsa of Samuel de Modena (part i., No. 43) and in the "Torat Emet" of Aaron Sason.

Bibliography:
  • Azulai, Shem ha-Gedolim, pt. i., p. 164; pt. ii., pp. 17, 88;
  • Conforte, Ḳore ha-Dorot, pp. 37a, 39a, 43a, Berlin, 1846.
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