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JOSEPH SAMUEL BEN ABRAHAM BEN JOSEPH BEN ABRAHAM BARUCH BEN NERIAH:

French rabbi; born at Aix, Provence; flourished at Avignon toward the end of the thirteenth century. Like his father, Abraham ben Joseph of Aix, he was an adherent of Abba Mari of Lunel. During the religious controversy of 1303-1306, which greatly excited the whole of southern France, he sent assurances of his support to Solomon ben Adret of Barcelona, who calls him, in the correspondence between the two, "Joseph ben Samuel ben Abraham."

Bibliography:
  • Isaac de Lattes, Responsa, pp. 41, 44, 45;
  • Renan-Neubauer, Les Rabbins Français, pp. 517, 675.
G. S. K.
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