R. Moshe Yitzchak Ashkenazi / Tedeschi, Hoil Moshe
ר' משה יצחק אשכנזי / טדסקי, הואיל משה
|Works||Commentaries on all 24 books of Tanakh (links), מוסר המלכים, שמחת הרגל|
- Name –
- Hebrew name – R. Moshe Yitzchak Ashkenazi (ר' משה יצחק אשכנזי)
- Italian name – Moisè Tedeschi1
- Dates – June 6, 18212 – June 17, 1898
- Location – Trieste, Italy
- Occupation – R. Moshe Ashkenazi worked as a teacher at the local Talmud Torah.
- Family – For a full overview of the Hoil Moshe's family, see his autobiography, in שמחת הרגל, pp. 51-53.
- Teachers – R. Shemuel Chayyim Zalman,3 Shadal
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- Biblical commentaries – Commentaries on all 24 books of Tanakh [Links: Torah and Neviim Rishonim, Yeshayahu, Yirmeyahu, and Yechezkel, Yirmeyahu 47-52, Yechezkel 30-48, Daniel, Ezra, and Divrei HaYamim, Terei Asar – Introduction4 and Commentary, Tehillim, Mishlei and Five Megillot, Iyyov]
- Jewish thought – Mussar Melakhim (written 1873, published 1878),5 Simchat HaRegel (written 1886, published 1891),6 Hebrew translation of Ruach Yisrael by Mordechai Mortara (1894)
- Hebrew Language – Italian translation of Zekher Rav by Binyamin Musaphia (1878),7 Otzar Nirdefei Lashon Ivri (1879),8
The one and only edition of the Hoil Moshe was published by R. Moshe Ashkenazi himself, and can therefore be considered authoritative.
- Earlier Sources –
- Teachers – Shadal11
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