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The 1901 Jewish Encyclopedia
Aaron ben Ḥayyim ha-Kohen
Nephew of Simeon of Coucy-leChâteau and of Jacob of Corbeil; flourished about 1200. In 1227, after having compared all the copies of the French Maḥzor he could obtain, he wrote the Maḥzor, Code Uri, No. 225, to which he added a commentary consisting chiefly of compilations of written and traditional explanations from his uncle Ephraim ben Menahem, and from Shemaiah bar Isaac, Moses ben Kalonymus ha-Zaḳen, and Meshullam bar Simson ("Cat. Bodl. Hebr. MSS." No. 1206). Neubauer thinks that MS. No. 1209 in the same collection is a shorter form of the same compilation. Aaron seems to have known some Arabic, and quotes French and German words.
- Zunz, Ritus, p. 194;
- Neubauer, Cat. Bodl. Hebr. MSS. Nos. 1206 and 1209.
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Singer, Isidore, Ph.D, Projector and Managing Editor. Entry for 'Aaron ben Ḥayyim ha-Kohen'. 1901 The Jewish Encyclopedia. https://www.studylight.org/encyclopedias/eng/tje/a/aaron-ben-ayyim-ha-kohen.html. 1901.
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