- Joseph ben Baruch
Joseph ben Baruch was a French rabbi, a
tosafistof the twelfth and thirteenth centuries. Gross identifies him with Joseph of Clisson. Joseph resided for some time in Paris, where he associated with Judah Sir Leonand instructed Samuel of Falaisein special subjects.
In 1211 he emigrated with his brother Meïr to Palestine by way of Egypt. It was probably Joseph who took to England the Hebrew translation of the "Cuzari" which had been made by
Judah Cardinal. Judah al-Ḥarizimet Joseph and his brother as heads of the new congregation of Jerusalem ("Taḥkemoni," xlvi.). Joseph is cited in the " Tosafot" as "Joseph of Jerusalem" (Pes. 15a), "Joseph, inhabitant of Jerusalem" (Meg. 4a), and "R. Joseph of Palestine" (Ḳid. 34a). Explanations of his are quoted by Bezaleel Ashkenaziin his "Shiṭṭah Meḳubbeẓet," and in various commentaries on the Pentateuch. To Joseph of Clisson are attributed consultations ("Maimoniyyot," , No. 31) and divers ritual decisions (Mordecai on Ḥul. iii., No. 635; idem on Giṭ. iv., No. 465). Joseph was also the author of liturgical poems; a confession of sins for the Day of Atonementwritten by him, has been preserved in the ritual.
He is referred to as "Joseph" in a manuscript tosafist commentary to the Pentateuch belonging to
E. N. Adler; but in the parallel passages in "Minḥat Yehudah," 21b, "Da'at Zeḳenim," 20b, and "Hadar Zeḳenim," 18a, he is cited as "the man of Jerusalem." Berliner ("Zeit. für Hebr. Bibl." iv. 148) identified him with Joseph ben Johananthe Jerusalemite (see Gross in "Monatsschrift," xlv. 370).
Leopold Zunz, Z. G. p. 52;
*idem, to Asher's Benjamin of Tudela, ii. 256;
*idem, Literaturgesch. p. 324;
*Gross, in R. E. J. iv. 178;
*idem, Gallia Judaica, p. 595;
Fuenn, Keneset Yisrael, p. 495
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