Solomon ben Samson was a scholar of Worms in the eleventh century.
He was a teacher and relative of Rashi, who refers to him as an authority beside his other teacher, Isaac ha-Levi. Most probably he is identical with the Solomon ben Samson mentioned as a native of Vitry, this name being apparently an error for Lorraine, among whose scholars he is cited.
- Responsa of the French rabbis, Nos. 11, 24.
- "Or Zarua'," i. 116a.
- Henri Gross, Gallia Judaica, pp. 217, 295 (online)
- Leopold Zunz, Literaturgeschichte p. 157 (online)
- Zunz, Zur Geschichte und Literatur p. 192 (online)