Samuel Garmison

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Samuel Garmison was a Jewish scholar and rabbi who lived in the Land of Israel during the seventeenth century.

He was a native of Salonica, and settled in Jerusalem, where he became rabbi. Of his numerous works only two, and these in manuscript, are extant:Imre Binah, novellæ on Talmudic treatises, and Imre No'am, homilies; the second part of the latter is in the possession of Hakham Bashi Al-Yashar in Jerusalem. In the latter work the author quotes three others: Imre Yosher, Imre Emet, and a commentary on Tur Choshen Mishpat.

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 This article incorporates text from a publication now in the public domainDeutsch, Gotthard; Grünhut, Lazarus (1901–1906). "Garmison, Samuel". In Singer, Isidore; et al. Jewish Encyclopedia. New York: Funk & Wagnalls Company.