Schwabe, Mosheh David
- (1889-1956)Israeli scholar, of German origin. He was born in Halle. After World War I he was head of the department of schools in the Lithuanian ministry of Jewish affairs. In 1925 he settled in Jerusalem, where he taught at the Hebrew University; he served there as dean of the faculty of humanities and rector. He was an authority on Greek and Greco-Jewish inscriptions.
Dictionary of Jewish Biography. Dan Cohn-Sherbok.