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UNGER, JOACHIM JACOB:

Austrian rabbi; born at Homona, Hungary, Nov. 25, 1826; studied at the University of Berlin (Ph.D. 1859), and was appointed rabbi of Iglau, Moravia, in 1860. He is the author of several works, of which the following may be mentioned: "Hebräische Philologie und Biblische Exegese," in "Mannheimer-Album," Vienna, 1864; "Bemerkungen über die Phönicischen Opfertafeln von Marseille und Carthago," in "Zeitschrift der Deutschen Morgenländischen Gesellschaft," xxiv.; "Die Judenfrage in Preussen," in "Neuzeit," 1874; "Patriotische Casual-Reden," Iglau, 1881 (2d ed. Prague, 1899); "Dichtungen," ib. 1885; "Fest- und Sabbath-Predigten," Prague and Breslau, 1903.

Bibliography:
  • Lippe, Biog. Lex. pp. 505-507, Vienna, 1881;
  • Zeitlin, Bibl. Post-Mendels., p. 401.
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