Ba'er Hetev

Ba'er Hetev (also Ba'er Heiteiv; Hebrew באר היטב lit. "explaining well" or "explained well", based on Deut.

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Shulchan Aruch

Most widely consulted of the various legal codes in Judaism.

Ba'er Hetev ("Well-Explained") by Yehudah ben Shimon Ashkenazi and Zechariah Mendel ben Aryeh Leib.

Zechariah Mendel ben Aryeh Leib

Polish Talmudist, native of Cracow.

He was the author of Be'er Heitev, a well-known commentary on the Shulchan Aruch, Yoreh De'ah, and Ḥoshen Mishpaṭ (first edition of the first part, Amsterdam, 1754; of the second, ib.

Acharonim

Acharonim (אחרונים Aḥaronim; sing.

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Menachem Mendel Schneerson
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Yehudah ben Shimon Ashkenazi (Ba'er Hetev; 1730–1770), a German rabbi

List of Hebrew abbreviations

List of Hebrew abbreviations.

באר היטב, באה״ט (Be'er Heitev) - a commentary on the Shulchan Aruch; lit. Explaining well. The sections on Orach Chaim and Even HaEzer were written by R. Yehudah ben Shimon Ashkenazi; the sections on Choshen Mishpat and Yoreh De'ah by Zechariah Mendel ben Aryeh Leib

Malka Rokeach

The first rebbetzin of the Hasidic dynasty of Belz.

Rabbi Simon Glazer and his wife Rebbetzin Ida Glazer (née Cantor), 1917

She was born in 1780 to Rabbi Yissachar Dov Ramraz of Sokal, Galicia and Rebbetzin Chana Rachel (née Tisminitzer), a great-granddaughter of Rabbi Zechariah Mendel ben Aryeh Leib of Cracow, author of Ba'er Hetev on Yoreh De'ah and Choshen Mishpat.