- Löw, Eleazar
- (1758-1837)Polish rabbi. He was born in Wodzislaw, and became dayyan there. Later he was rabbi of Pilica, Tfest, Pilsen, Liptovsky, MikuMs, Slovakia and Santo. An opponent of religious reform, he published studies of the halakhah.
Dictionary of Jewish Biography. Dan Cohn-Sherbok.
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