- (1846-1902)German Hebrew poet and scholar of Polish origin. He was born in Mlynow. He served as assistant to the government-appointed rabbi of Odessa from 1873 to 1880, then settled in Leipzig, where he devoted himself to research. A supporter of Hibbat Zion, he attended the First Zionist Congress at Basle in 1897. His publications include Hekhal ha-Kodesh (a Bible concordance), a history of Russia, a history of Russian literature, and a German-Russian dictionary.
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MANDELKERN, SOLOMON — (1846–1902), Russian lexicographer, Hebrew poet, and translator. Mandelkern was born in Mlynow and in his youth was among the Ḥasidim of Menahem Mendel of Kotzk. However, he soon came under the influence of Haskalah. At the age of 19 he divorced… … Encyclopedia of Judaism
Mandelkern, Solomon — (1902–48) Russian biblical scholar. Mandelkern was the compiler of a great Bible concordance, Heichal ha Kodesh (1896), which was the result of twenty years of research. He was the first to follow the Jewish arrangement of the Bible … Who’s Who in Jewish History after the period of the Old Testament
Salomon Mandelkern — (Hebrew: שלמה מנדלקרן; 1846, Mlynov, Volhynia March 24, 1902, Vienna) was a Ukrainian Jewish poet and author. He was educated as a Talmudist. After his father s death he went to Dubno (he was then fourteen), where he continued his Talmudical… … Wikipedia
List of Hebrew language poets — List of Hebrew language poets:Biblical* King David * King Solomon * JeremiahEarly Middle Ages* Yose ben Yose * Yannai * Eleazar ha KalirGolden Age in Spain* Joseph ibn Abitur * Abraham Abulafia * Meir Halevi Abulafia * Todros Abulafia * Levi ibn… … Wikipedia
NATHAN, MORDECAI — (15th cent.), French physician of Avignon, the teacher of joseph b. solomon colon . Nathan was mentioned among three Jews and doctors of medicine together with three Christian doctors of medicine in Avignon in a manuscript entitled Thoroughly… … Encyclopedia of Judaism
Zionides — The songs of Zion (צִיּוֹן), i.e. , the lyrical hymns which express the longing of the Jewish nation to see the hill of Zion and the city of Jerusalem shine again in all their former glory, date back to the time immediately after the destruction… … Wikipedia
DUBNO — DUBNO, city in volhynia , Ukraine. Jews in Dubno are first mentioned in documents of 1532 in connection with the ownership of cattle. The oldest tombstone inscription in the Jewish cemetery dates from 1581. At the beginning of the 17th century… … Encyclopedia of Judaism
HA-SHAḤAR — (Heb. הַשַּׁחַר), Hebrew journal which was published and edited in Vienna by peretz smolenskin from 1868 to 1884. During these 16 years, 12 volumes of Ha Shaḥar were published. In theory Ha Shaḥar was a monthly; in practice, however, the… … Encyclopedia of Judaism