He came from Prostic in Moravia, and moved to Krakow. In addition to many works of Hebrew, appreciated by Orientalists, is his edition of the Babylonian Talmud (1603-1605) in 12 volumes. Fluent in Hebrew and "learned in the Bible," he wrote several books on religious figures.
- Lelewel, Joachim (1858). Polska dzieje i rzeczy jej. Zupanskiego. p. 69. Retrieved 15 July 2012.
- Jerzy Alexandrowicz (red.): Wielka encyklopedia powszechna ilustrowana. Warszawa: Saturnin Józef Sikorski, 1890-1891.
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