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Horowitz, Isaiah ben Abraham ha-Levi

Horowitz, Isaiah ben Abraham ha-Levi, also called ha-Shelah ha-Kadosh (The Holy Shelah, 1565–1630). Rabbi and kabbalist. His main work is the Shenei Luḥot ha-Berit (Two Tablets of the Covenant, 1649: the title is abbreviated as Shelah, hence his name above) which combines halakhah, sermon, and kabbalah in teaching how to lead the good life. As a mark of respect, he was buried close to Maimonides.

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