Hillel ben Eliakim

Hillel ben Eliakim, known in Hebrew to Talmud scholars as "Rabbeinu Hillel", ("Our Rabbi Hillel"), was a Jewish, Greek rabbi and Talmud scholar. He lived during the 11th century and 12th century.

He was a pupil of "Rashi", and is mentioned by Mordecai ben Hillel.

Hillel wrote a commentary to Midrash "Sifra" in which he often quotes Rashi and Isaac ben Melchizedek; he also wrote a commentary to Midrash "Sifre".


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