Glueck, Nelson

   American archaeologist. He was born in Cincinnati. He was director of the American School of Oriental Research at Jerusalem (1932-3,1936-40,1942-7), and at Baghdad (1933-4). In 1947 he was elected president of the Hebrew Union College. His writings include Explorations in Eastern Palestine, The Other Side of the Jordan, The River Jordan, Rivers in the Desert and Deities and Dolphins: The Story of the Nabateans.

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  • GLUECK, NELSON — (1900–1971), U.S. archaeologist and president of hebrew union college . Glueck, who was born in Cincinnati, Ohio, received his rabbinic ordination from the Hebrew Union College there in 1923. Continuing his studies in Germany, Glueck received his …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Glueck, Nelson — (1900–71)    US archaeologist of the Middle East. Glueck was ordained as a Reform rabbi at Hebrew Union College, Cincinnati, in 1923 and then became an archaeologist. He is best known for his excavations in southern Transjordan and the Negev, and …   Who’s Who in Jewish History after the period of the Old Testament

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