Solomon b. Samuel Ha-Dayyan Ha-Levi (שלמה בן שמואל הדיין הלוי) (Date active: 13th Century)
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Solomon b. Samuel Ha-Dayyan Ha-Levi
שלמה בן שמואל הדיין הלוי
Some works penned by this scribe:
Bodleian, MS Pococke 97, 233, 235, 237, 237, 238: these volumes, which include MS Pococke 238 which is included in HebrewPal, are six volumes of an (incomplete) copy of Maimonides' Commentary on the Mishna;
Escorial, G III 2: this is a codex of Mishpatim from Maimonides' Mishneh Torah;
CUL T-S K6.142: in this remarkable fragment, we see our scribe (who writes his own name) copying a colophon by the famous scribe Samuel b. Jacob, thought to be an example of the imitation of the hands of renowned calligraphers as a way of learning their style;
(suggested) Philadelphia, Halper 134: this fragment appears to be a writing exercise and is signed by שמואל הדיין המשכי[ל].
Finally, our scribe is mentioned in CUL T-S 8J6.9; see Goitein, Mediterranean Society II.