Aaron Alfandari

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Aaron Alfandari
Born Aaron ben Moses Alfandari
1700
Smyrna
Died 1774 (aged 73–74)
Hebron
Occupation Writer
Language Hebrew
Nationality Turkish
Ethnicity Jewish
Citizenship Turkish
Subject Talmud
Relatives Isaac Ardit

Aaron ben Moses Alfandari (c. 1700–1774) (Hebrew: אהרן אלפנדארק‎) was a Talmudic writer born in Smyrna. He emigrated to Palestine in his old age, where he met Azulai.

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He was the author of two works:

  • Yad Aharon (Aaron's Hand), a collection of notes on Ṭur Oraḥ Ḥayyim (the first part of which was published in Smyrna in 1735, and the second in Salonica in 1791) and on Ṭur Eben ha-'Ezer (Smyrna, 1756–66)
  • Mirkebet ha-Mishneh (The Second Chariot), a treatise on the first part of Maimonides' Yad ha-ḤazaḲah.

He died in Hebron in 1774. His grandson, Isaac Ardit, wrote a eulogy on him in his YeḲar ha-'Erek, Salonica, 1836.

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