131-142; Grätz, Gesch. רש"י המשיך את דרך קודמיו בתקופת ימי הביניים בפירוש המקרא והתלמוד, אך שיכלל אותה במידה רבה והתבסס מאוד על המדרשים ואגדות התלמוד בפירושו, רוב פרשני ימי הביניים המפורסמים כמו רשב"ם (נכדו של רש"י), דעת זקנים, רמב"ן ואבן עזרא הספרדיים, רחשו כבוד גדול לפירושיו. On his father Yitzchak's side, he has been claimed by many to be a 33rd generation descendant of Rabbi Yochanan Hasandlar, who was a fourth generation descendant of Rabban Gamaliel Hazaken (the Elder) who was reputedly descended from the royal house of King David. These answers comprise Rashi's commentary. The two principal sources from which Rashi derived his exegesis were the Talmudicmidrashicmidrashic literature and the hermeneutic processes which it employs—the "peshaṭ" and the "derash." Seven of Rashi's Selichot still exist, including Adonai Elohei Hatz'vaot", which is recited on the eve of Rosh Hashanah, and Az Terem Nimtehu, which is recited on the Fast of Gedalia. Rashi had no sons, but his three daughters, Yocheved, Miriam and Rachel, all married Talmudic scholars. Surname information is crowd-sourced; the Geni community would be grateful if you helped update this page with information about the RASHI descendants surname. 1090 Falais, d. 1140),  Ribam (Rabbi Isaac II ben Meir) (b. Ramerupt, d. Regensburg, Germany). Rashi's responsum to the rabbis of Auxerre was published by Geiger in his "Melo Chofnajim" (p. 33, Berlin, 1840). His two sons-in-law, Judah b. Nathan (RIBaN) and Meïr b. Samuel, and especially the latter's three sons. 1527); the "Keli Yaḳar" of Solomon Ephraim of Lenchitza (Lublin, 1602); and finally the most popular one,the "Sifte Ḥakamim" of Shabbethai Bass (appearing in many Pentateuch editions by the side of Rashi's commentary.). Besides explaining individual words, Rashi also made use of the the great oceans of midrash. רש"י מעיד באחד מפירושיו למסכת עבודה זרה (פרק חמישי) שאביו היה מלומד גדול, בניגוד לדעה הנפוצה. His simple, brief explanations for practically every phrase of the Gemarra made the Talmud understandable to the non-scholar. 29 by Rabbi Solomon Luria, makes no such claim either. These glosses are of value not only as expressions of the author's thought, but as providing material for the reconstruction of Old French, both phonologically and lexicographically. A specific family being researched may descend from a number of marital ties between rabbinical families, which ultimately connect back to Katzenellenbogen, Luria, etc., and through them to Rashi. Leadership. "Now your wife will have a son who will illuminate the world with his Torah." Husband of Rivkah wife of Rashi Abun It is difficult to find an institution of Jewish learning today that does not learn Rashi's various explanations. Apparently, students would ask him questions about the text, or he would rhetorically ask questions about specific words, and a student would write his short, lucid answers in the margin of the parchment text. The Rashi family name was found in the USA in 1920. Even if his work is inferior in creative power to some productions of Jewish literature, it has exercised a far wider influence than any one of them. Feb 22 1040 - Troyes, Aube, Champagne-Ardenne, France, July 13 1105 - Troyes, Aube, Champagne-Ardenne, France, Rabbinical Lineages: yDNA and Haplogroup Identification, Rabbi * Yitzchak Ben Shlomo Tzarfati, RASHI's father, http://www.frumkin.org.il/Files/frnevbe.pdf, http://he.wikipedia.org/wiki/%D7%A8%D7%A9%22%D7%99, http://maxpages.com/nodabyehuda/RASHI_to_NODA_BYEHUDA, http://wiki.geni.com/index.php/Jewish_Dynasties. A crowd had assembled earlier in the day for the circumcision, as is the custom to make it early in the day. Watch Saath Nibhaana Saathiya 2 - Hindi Family TV Serial on Disney+ Hotstar now. Rashi's fellow yeshiva students contributed to the learning with their knowledge of international business, commodities production, farming, craftsmanship, sailing and soldiering. Other works attributed to Rashi are: commentaries on Genesis Rabbah (Venice, 1568; not Rashi's according to Jacob Emden in his "'Eẓ Abot," Preface) and Exodus Rabbah (Vatican MS.): "Sefer ha-Pardes," a collection of halakot and decisions (a compendium, entitled "Liḳḳuṭe ha-Pardes" [Venice, 1519], was made about 1220 by Samuel of Bamberg); "Siddur Rashi," mentioned in Tos. Rashi's commentary on the Talmud covers the Mishnah (only in those treatises where there is Gemara) and the Gemara. Rashi Genealogy. He is considered the "father" of all commentaries that followed on the Talmud since the fifteenth century. Partial translations of his commentaries on the Bible were published; and at length a complete version of the whole, based on the manuscripts, was published by Breithaupt at Gotha (1710-13). One day, his father, a poor vintner, found a valuable gem (some versions say a pearl). 1080 Ramerupt, France, d. 1158) The achievements of their leader in Biblical exegesis, a favorite study of almost all of the tosafists, were equally lasting and productive, even though later commentaries, written in imitation of Rashi's, at times surpass their model. The chief of this group was his grandson, Yaakov, known as Rabbainu Tam. Rabbi Solomon ben Isaac (Shlomo Yitzhaki), known as Rashi (based on an acronym of his Hebrew initials), is one of the most influential Jewish commentators in history. הוא נפטר ביום חמישי כ"ט בתמוז בשנת ד'תתס"ה (1105 לספירה). Thus the French monk Nicolas de Lyre (d. 1340), the author of the "Postillæ Perpetuæ" on the Bible, was largely dependent on the commentaries of Rashi, which he regarded as an official repository of rabbinical tradition, although his explanations occasionally differed from theirs.  Rabbi Joseph (Yosef V) Hagadol TZORFATI-TREVES
; from: The Jewish Encyclopedia: RASHI (SOLOMON BAR ISAAC), By : Joseph Jacobs Morris Liber M. Seligsohn, רש"י נולד בעיר טרואה, ('טרוייש' בלשון הימים ההם) שבצפון צרפת קרוב לשנת 1040, ונפטר בשנת 1105. ix. Two other responsa are to be found in Judah b. Asher's "Zikron Yehudah" (pp. son of Simcha ben Samuel. Descendant of Rashi - Davidic Dynasty is dedicated to uniting the Jewish descendants of King David.