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Joseph, eldest son of Yehiel of Paris[a] named for Yehiel's father. A piyyut (liturgical poem) by Yosef is known; specifically, a bikkur or tosefet (a supplement to the maaravit) for Shvi'i shel Pesach (the seventh day of Passover) in the French rite. Add?  
Yosef is best known for his journey to the Holy Land, which is well attested.
Yosef and Dieu-le-sault/Délicieux, who may be identical.
Louis Isaac Rabinowitz, notes that the דיל- prefix is consistently interpreted as "Dieu-le", making Dieu-le-saut the more plausible reading, or, as Rabinowitz suggests himself, דלקרייש Dieu-le-cresse, which he believes to be equivalent to Joseph, unlike though Cecil Roth who identifies Dieu-le-cresse as equivalent to Gedaliah or Solomon), though he believes that the absolute equivalence of Medieval French and English Jews' Hebrew and Judeo-French, assumed by Roth and Herbert Loewe, is not supported by evidence.
Colchester deed etc.
Eliezer, proposed by Gross who suggested identity with Dieu-le-saut  (who noted Steinschneider's doubts) but asserted by Emanuel to be the product of a cataloging error by Giuseppe Simone Assemani.
- Yosef is mentioned as Yehiel's bekhor (ritual firstborn) in the context of the Fast of the Firstborn in several sources. Yehiel's view—cited, but not accepted by poskim—was that the firstborn must not fast on the Eve of Passover, but only abstain from certain[which?] foods.
- Havatselet suggests an identification with Avraham ben Yehiel of Haifa, one of several signatories from Acco adding their consent to a responsum of Avraham son of Maimonides in 1234, but this possibility is excluded by Kohen, who shows that this is chronologically impossible.
- Emanuel (2008), p. 87.
- Goldschmidt. Mahzor... p. 27.
- Goldschmidt / Frankel. Mahzor. pp. 404–... (Subscription required (. ))
- Emanuel (2008), pp. 87–88.
- Carmoly, Eliakim (1842). "Vocabulaire de la géographie rabbinique de France". Revue Orientale (in French). Brussels. 2: 111.
- Gross, Heinrich (1897). "ארמלי" [Armaillé]. Gallia Judaica (in French). Paris: L. Cerf. pp. 91–92. LCCN 51050586.
- Kook, Vilnay (חיפה) 1936, p39
- Assaf, Simha (1928). ""תוצאות ארץ ישראל"". In Sukenik, E. L.; Press, Y. ירושלם Yerushalayim (in Hebrew). Jerusalem. p. 54. OCLC 233236265. (Subscription required (. ))
- Sinai, vol 7 p 232
- Transactions 21, p. 321 note 40
- p. 317
- pp. 316–317
- Freimann, Abraham Hayyim, ed. (1937). תשובות רבנו אברהם בן הרמב"ם. Jerusalem. pp. 25–26. LCCN 57054260.
- Havatselet, Avraham Y. (ed.). עניני ארץ ישראל לתלמיד הרמב"ן. p. 442, note 13.
In Estori ha-Parhi (1994). Havatselet, Avraham Y.; Dubrovitser, Yerahmiel, eds. כפתור ופרח Kaftor va-Feraḥ. 2. Jerusalem. Appendices. LCCN 95827185.
- Kohen, Naftali Yaakov (1967–1970). אוצר הגדולים אלופי יעקב Otsar ha-Gedolim Alufe Yaakov. 2. p. 59, §185. OCLC 233096782.
- Davis, M. D. (1888). "Colchester Deeds". Shetaroth: Hebrew Deeds of English Jews Before 1290. London: Jewish Chronicle. pp. 365–368. OCLC 838551508.
- Steinschneider. Catalogus...
- Assemani. Bibliotheca...
- Emanuel (2006), pp. 185–186.