Carmoly, Issachar Baer ben Judah Lima
CARMOLY, ISSACHAR BAER BEN JUDAH LIMA
CARMOLY, ISSACHAR BAER BEN JUDAH LIMA (1735–1781), Alsatian rabbi and author. According to Zunz and Steinschneider, the name Carmoly, an anagram for the city of Colmar, was first adopted by Issachar's grandson Eliakim Goetz and retroactively applied to his forebears. Issachar studied under Jonathan *Eybeschuetz and Jacob Joshua *Falk (author of Penei Yehoshu'a (1715)) and served as rabbi in Sulz. He wrote commentaries on Tosefta Beẓah (1769) and tractate Makkot, both of which are called Yam Yissakhar, as well as responsa and novellae which remain unpublished.
Zunz, in: Benjamin of Tudela, Itinerary, ed. and tr. by A. Asher, 2 (1840), 298–300, no. 151; Carmoly, in: Revue Orientale, 2 (1842), 345–9, 429–30; 3 (1843–44), 240–4; Steinschneider, in: mgwj, 50 (1906), 745–6, no. 735; Catane, in: Aresheth, 2 (1960), 194–5.
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