Ben Asher

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Codex Cairensis - Scientific Evaluation
... Although according to its colophon the codex was written by a member of the Ben Asher family, Lazar Lipschütz and others observed that, within the masoretic tradition, Codex Cairensis seems to be closer ... to be an argument against its authenticity, Moshe Goshen-Gottstein assumed that Ben Naphtali stuck more faithfully to the system of Moses ben Asher than the latter's own son Aaron ben Moses ben Asher who corrected ... Text, which means that in the prophets his edition is closer to the ben Naphtali tradition than in the Torah or Writings ...
Early Editions Of The Hebrew Bible - Rabbinic Bibles
... the Jerusalem Targum to the Pentateuch Targum Sheni to Esther the variant readings of Ben Asher and Ben Naphtali the thirteen "articles of faith" of Maimonides the 613 precepts according to Aaron ... the Easterns and the Westerns and between Ben Asher and Ben Naphtali, it contains the Pentateuch with Targum, Rashi, and Ibn Ezra the Former Prophets with Rashi, Ḳimḥi, and Levi b ... with Ibn Ezra, Moses Ḳimḥi, and Levi ben Gershon Job with Ibn Ezra and Levi ben Gershon Daniel with Ibn Ezra and Saadia Ezra with Ibn Ezra, Moses Ḳimḥi, and Rashi Chronicles with PseudoRashi ...
Judah Ben Asher
... Judah ben Asher (June 30, 1270 – July 4, 1349) was a German Talmudist and later rabbi of Toledo, Spain, son of Rabbenu Asher and brother of Jacob ben Asher ("Ba'al ha-Ṭurim") ... Asher, Judah's father, had ordained that every member of his family should give for charitable purposes a tithe of his earnings, and that three-fourths of the amount of such ... In the agreement signed by Asher and his sons on October 20, 1314, Judah and his brother Jacob were appointed trustees ...