R. Samuel David ben Jehiel Ottolengo (d. 1718) Italian rabbi, kabbalist, and poet, was born in Casale Monferrato and studied under R. Moses Zacuto and R. Benjamin Cohen. He served as chief rabbi of Padua and later of Venice. His published works are, in addition to Kiryati Ne’emanah, Me’il Shemu’el (Venice, 1705), an abridgement and index to the Shenei Luhot ha-Berit of R. Isaiah Horowitz. He also wrote a supplement to the Tikkun Shovavim (the initial letters of the first six weekly portions of the Book of Exodus) of R. Moses Zacuto that was published (Venice, 1708) with the text. He founded a Malbish Arumim Society to assist the needy during those six weeks. Responsa, novellae, piyyutim, and kabbalistic articles by R. Ottolengo have remained in manuscript.
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