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Haggahot Maimuniyyot (Hebrew: הגהות מיימוניות) is a 13th-century halakhic work authored by Meir HaKohen. It is one of the most important sources for the halakhic rulings of the scholars of Germany and France, and it is one of the defining halakhic works of the Ashkenazi tosafists. The work consists of supplemental notes (Haggahot) to the Mishneh Torah of Maimonides, with the objective of implanting contemporary Sephardic thought to Germany and France, while juxtaposing it to contemporary Ashkenazi halakhic customs.

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  • Haggahot Maimuniyyot (Hebrew: הגהות מיימוניות) is a 13th-century halakhic work authored by Meir HaKohen. It is one of the most important sources for the halakhic rulings of the scholars of Germany and France, and it is one of the defining halakhic works of the Ashkenazi tosafists. The work consists of supplemental notes (Haggahot) to the Mishneh Torah of Maimonides, with the objective of implanting contemporary Sephardic thought to Germany and France, while juxtaposing it to contemporary Ashkenazi halakhic customs.
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  • Haggahot Maimuniyyot (Hebrew: הגהות מיימוניות) is a 13th-century halakhic work authored by Meir HaKohen. It is one of the most important sources for the halakhic rulings of the scholars of Germany and France, and it is one of the defining halakhic works of the Ashkenazi tosafists. The work consists of supplemental notes (Haggahot) to the Mishneh Torah of Maimonides, with the objective of implanting contemporary Sephardic thought to Germany and France, while juxtaposing it to contemporary Ashkenazi halakhic customs.
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