Ibn Zerah, Menahem

Ibn Zerah, Menahem
(d. 1385)
   Spanish codifier. He was injured in the attack on the Jews of Navarre in 1328, and afterwards settled in Toledo. His Tzedah la-Derekh is a handbook of essential Jewish laws for the use of Jews at the royal court.

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