Ish-Shalom (Friedmann), Meir
- (1831 -1908)Austrian scholar. He was born in Slovakia. He taught midrash at the Vienna Rabbinical Seminary and published editions of midrashic and aggadic literature.
Dictionary of Jewish Biography. Dan Cohn-Sherbok.
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FRIEDMANN, MEIR — (pen name Ish Shalom; 1831–1908), rabbinic scholar. Friedmann was born in Horost, Slovakia. From 1843 to 1848 he studied in Ungvar at the yeshivah of his relative Meir Asch. Between 1848 and 1858 he underwent several crises and changes.… … Encyclopedia of Judaism
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