Luncz, Abraham Moses

(1854-1918)
   Palestinian author, publisher and editor. He was born in Kovno, and emigrated to Jerusalem in 1869. Although he became blind, he published 12 volumes of a yearbook about Palestine, as well as a literary alamanc, which appeared from 1895 to 1915; he also edited geographical works on Palestine.

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  • Abraham Moses Luncz — (hebräisch ‏אברהם משה לונץ‎; * 2. Dezember 1854 in Kaunas, Russisches Kaiserreich; † 14. April 1918 in Jerusalem) war ein jüdischer Gelehrter, Autor und Verleger. Leben und Wirken In Kaunas (dt. veraltet Kauen) geboren, kam er im Alter… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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