JewishEncyclopedia.com

The unedited full-text of the 1906 Jewish Encyclopedia
- Phrase search: "names of god"
- Exclude terms: "names of god" -zerah
- Volume/Page: v9 p419
- Diacritics optional: Ḥanukkah or hanukkah
- Search by Author: altruism author:Hirsch
search tips & recommendations

N. T. London,

New York City.

Contributions:
LICHTSTEIN, ABRAHAM B. ELIEZER LIPMAN – Polish rabbi and author; lived at the end of the eighteenth and at the beginning of the nineteenth century; grandson of R. Kalman of Byelostok. He was rabbi and preacher at Prassnysz, in the government of Plotzk,...
LIPSCHÜTZ (LÜPSCHÜTZ, LIPSCHITZ, LIBSCHITZ) – Name of a family of Polish and German rabbis; derived from "Liebeschitz," name of a town in Bohemia.Aryeh Löb Lipschütz: Austrian rabbi and author; lived in the second half of the eighteenth and in the first half of the...
LIPSCHÜTZ (LÜPSCHÜTZ, LIPSCHITZ, LIBSCHITZ) – Name of a family of Polish and German rabbis; derived from "Liebeschitz," name of a town in Bohemia.Aryeh Löb Lipschütz: Austrian rabbi and author; lived in the second half of the eighteenth and in the first half of the...
LIPSCHÜTZ (LÜPSCHÜTZ, LIPSCHITZ, LIBSCHITZ) – Name of a family of Polish and German rabbis; derived from "Liebeschitz," name of a town in Bohemia.Aryeh Löb Lipschütz: Austrian rabbi and author; lived in the second half of the eighteenth and in the first half of the...
LÖB JUDAH B. ISAAC – Polish rabbi; died in Cracow about 1730; grandson of R. Joshua, author of "Maginne Shelomoh." He officiated as rabbi at Shidlow, Poland, being at the same time a representative of Cracow in the Council of Four Lands. After 1715...
LONDON, SOLOMON B. MOSES RAPHAEL – Russian author and publisher; lived at Novogrudok, Lithuania, in the first half of the eighteenth century. He was the pupil of Samuel Schotten, rabbi at Frankfort-on-the-Main. He edited the following works: "Zoker ha-Berit," on...
MASKILEISON, ABRAHAM B. JUDAH LÖB – Russian rabbi and author; born 1788; died at Minsk 1848. He was a descendant of R. Israel Jaffe of Shklov, author of "Or Yisrael." Maskileison ofliciated as rabbi in many cities, and in his late years went to Minsk, where he...
MENAHEM MANUELE B. BARUCH HA-LEVI – Polish rabbi and author; died in Lemberg 1742. He was a descendant of R. Joseph Cohen of Cracow (author of "She'erit Yosef"), of R. Isaac Shrenzel, and of R. Saul Wahl. He occupied theoffice of dayyan in Lemberg under the...
MINSK – Russian city; capital of the government of the same name. Of the history of its Jewish community very little is known. In 1576 King Stephen Bathori granted the Jews of Minsk the privilege of engaging in trade or commerce of any...
MOSES JUDAH LÖB B. SAMUEL – Russian rabbi and author; born in Turetz, government of Minsk; died at Minsk in 1889. He was a son-in-law of Rabbi David Tebele of Minsk, whom he succeeded in the rabbinate of that city, holding the position for thirty years. He...
PAPO, ELIEZER BEN ISAAC – Bulgarian rabbi and author; born in Sarajevo, Bosnia; died in 1824. He held the office of rabbi in Silistria, Bulgaria, till his death. He led a religious life, taking little food, and restraining himself from every kind of...
TANUJI, ISHMAEL HA-HOREN – Egyptian rabbi and author of the sixteenth century. He was a descendant of the Tanuji (from "Tanjah" ="Tangiers") family of Tunis, to which belonged R. Samuel ha-Kohen and his son R. Judah, both rabbis of Jerusalem. In 1543 he...
TAUBES, AARON MOSES B. JACOB – Rumanian rabbi and author; born in Lemberg 1787; died in Jassy 1852. He became rabbi of Sniatyn and its districts in 1820, and in 1841 was appointed rabbi of Jassy, where he remained until his death. His works are: (1) "To'afot...