Kayserling, Meyer

   German rabbi and historian. He was born in Hanover. He served as a rabbi in Switzerland and later in Budapest. He published studies of Jewish history, literature and religion, and a seminal study of marrano history.

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  • KAYSERLING, MEYER — (Moritz; 1829–1905), German rabbi and historian. Kayserling, born in Hanover, studied with S.R. Hirsch in Nikolsburg, S.J. Rapoport in Prague, and S.B. Bamberger in Wuerzburg and at Halle University. From 1861 to 1870 he was rabbi at Endingen,… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

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