Moses of London

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Moses of London (died 1268), was a thirteenth-century English grammarian, halakhist and Jewish scholar in London. His Darkhe ha-Nikkud veha-Neginah is a treatise on Hebrew punctuation and accentuation.[1]

He was a descendant of Moses of Bristol, himself a descendant of Rabbi Simeon the Great of Mainz.[2] His sons were the illustrious Eliyahu Menachem of London (died 1284), who also enjoyed considerable repute as a physician,[3] and Hagin ben Moses.