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PINKHOF, HERMAN – Dutch physician; born at Rotterdam May 10, 1863; educated at the University of Leyden (M.D. 1886). He established himself as a physician in Amsterdam. Since 1893 he has been collaborator on the "Nederlandsch Tijdschrift van...
PINNE – City in the province of Posen, Germany. Jews are first mentioned there in 1553, in connection with a "privilegium" issued by the lord of the manor restricting them in the purchase of leather. In 1624 Juspa Pinner, and from 1631...
PINNER, ADOLF – German chemist; born at Wronke, Posen, Germany, Aug. 31, 1842; educated at the Jewish Theological Seminary at Breslau and at the University of Berlin (Doctor of Chemistry, 1867). In 1871 he became privat-docent at the University...
PINNER, EPHRAIM MOSES B. ALEX-ANDER SÜSSKIND – German Talmudist and archeologist; born in Pinne about 1800; died in Berlin 1880. His first work, bearing the pretentious title of "Ḳiẓẓur Talmud Yerushalmi we-Talmud Babli" = "Compendium of the Jerusalem Talmud and of the...
PINSK – Early Jewish Settlers. Russian city in the government of Minsk, Russia. There were Jews in Pinsk prior to the sixteenth century, and there may have been an organized community there at the time of the expulsion of the Jews from...
PINSKER, DOB BÄR B. NATHAN – Polish Talmudist of the eighteenth century. He was a descendant of Nathan Spira of Cracow, and the author of the Talmudical work "Neṭa'Sha'ashu'im" (Zolkiev, 1748), which contains novellæ on the section Nashim of the Babylonian...