Moses ben Joseph di Trani (Hebrew: משה מטראני) known by his acronym Mabit (Salonica, Rumelia Eyalet in Ottoman Greece 1505 – Jerusalem, Ottoman Empire 1585) was a 16th-century rabbi in Safed. His father had fled to Salonica from Apulia three years prior to his birth. While still a boy Moses was sent to Adrianople to pursue the study of the Talmud under the supervision of his uncle Aaron. At the age of sixteen he went to Safed and completed his studies under Jacob Berab. In 1525 he was appointed rabbi of Safed; he held this office for some fifty-five years, when he eventually moved to Jerusalem.

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  • Moses ben Joseph di Trani (Hebrew: משה מטראני) known by his acronym Mabit (Salonica, Rumelia Eyalet in Ottoman Greece 1505 – Jerusalem, Ottoman Empire 1585) was a 16th-century rabbi in Safed. His father had fled to Salonica from Apulia three years prior to his birth. While still a boy Moses was sent to Adrianople to pursue the study of the Talmud under the supervision of his uncle Aaron. At the age of sixteen he went to Safed and completed his studies under Jacob Berab. In 1525 he was appointed rabbi of Safed; he held this office for some fifty-five years, when he eventually moved to Jerusalem. According to a 16th-century Jewish traveler who visited Safed in 1567, Rabbi Moses di Trani was still living in Safed: (en)
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  • Moses ben Joseph di Trani (Hebrew: משה מטראני) known by his acronym Mabit (Salonica, Rumelia Eyalet in Ottoman Greece 1505 – Jerusalem, Ottoman Empire 1585) was a 16th-century rabbi in Safed. His father had fled to Salonica from Apulia three years prior to his birth. While still a boy Moses was sent to Adrianople to pursue the study of the Talmud under the supervision of his uncle Aaron. At the age of sixteen he went to Safed and completed his studies under Jacob Berab. In 1525 he was appointed rabbi of Safed; he held this office for some fifty-five years, when he eventually moved to Jerusalem. (en)
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