Galipapa, Elijah Mevorakh
GALIPAPA, ELIJAH MEVORAKH
GALIPAPA, ELIJAH MEVORAKH (d. 1740), Turkish rabbi. Galipapa was born in Sofia and went to Jerusalem in 1702. He fled from there after being imprisoned for his inability to pay the heavy taxation imposed on him, and reached Rhodes where, in 1704, he became deputy to the chief rabbi, Elijah ha-Kohen ibn Ardut. Galipapa is the author of Yedei Eliyahu (Constantinople, 1728) in two parts: (1) the takkanot (ordinances) instituted by the prophets; (2) novellae. Many more of his novellae remain unpublished. His tombstone still stands in Rhodes.
Azulai, 1 (1852), 21 no. 155; 2 (1852), 59 no. 7; Fuenn, Keneset, 104; Frumkin-Rivlin, 2 (1928), 158f.; Rosanes, Togarmah, 4 (1935), 240, 348–9.
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