Rabbi Yissachar Dov from Zlatshov

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Rabbi Yissachar Dov from Zlatshov was the Rosh Beit Din in Zlatshov, later moving to Eretz Yisroel and settling in Tzfas. He is known for his books 'Bat Aniy' on Pilpul and 'Mivaser Tzedek' on the Torah. One of Rabbi Yissachar Dov's main students was Rabbi Chaim of Chernovitz, the Be'er Mayim Chayim. Towards the end of his life, he became blind. Rabbi Yissachar Dov from Zlatshov passed away on the 25th of Av 1795 and was buried in the Old Tzfas cemetery.


[edit] Early Life

Rabbi Yissachar Dov was born to Rabbi Aryeh Yehuda Leib. His family descended from Rabbi Tzvi Hellman, the third son of Rabbi Chaim of Vermitza, an uncle of the Maharal of Prague. Additionally the family descended from the Maharshal and Rabbi Naftali Katz, the Simichas Chachamim.

Was the son in law of Rabbi Avraham Chaim of Zlatshov. Sometimes he would sign his name Dov Ber scion of Tzvi.

[edit] Books

Rabbi Yissachar Dov from Zlatshov received many approbations on his books from leading Rabbis including Rabbi Levi Yitzchak of Barditchuv, the Maggid of Kuznitz, the Chozeh of Lublin and Ohev Yisroel of Apteh.

[edit] Bat Ainyay

Bat Ainyay is work of Pilpul it was first printed in Dubneh 1798.

[edit] Mivaser Tzedek

Created from letters sent by Rabbi Yissachar Dov from Zlatshov first published in Dubneh 1798.

[edit] Haskamot

Rabbi Yissachar Dov from Zlatshov wrote approbations for many books published during his time. These included...

  1. Siddur Vyiater Yitzchak - Prayers, notes and Halachic rulings by Rabbi Yitzchak of the House of Levi from Satnov, published in Berlin 1785.
  2. Sefer HaShorashim - Sifas Emes - Work regarding the roots of Lashon HaKodesh by Rabbi Yitzchak of the House of Levi from Satnov, published in Berlin 1787.
  3. Cherv Pifiyus - Explanation of the 248 wordss of Kriat Hima according to the Kabbalah by Rabbi Yishayah a student of Rabbi Chaim Tzanzer, published in Lemberg 1787.
  4. Noam Elimelech - Commentary on the Torah by Rabbi Elimelech of Lizhensk, published in Labuv 1788.
  5. Siddur HaArizal - Prayer according to the tradition of the Arizal, organized by Rabbi Asher Margolis, published in Labuv 1788.
  6. Chok Liyisroel - A structured study routine for all days of the year, published in Labuv 1788.

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