Zeitlin, Solomon

(1892-1977)
   American scholar of Russian origin. He emigrated to the US in 1915 and taught at Yeshiva College. In 1921 he became professor of rabbinics at Dropsie College. He wrote studies on rabbinics, Josephus, the Apocrypha, Christianity and the Dead Sea Scrolls. He also served as editor of the Jewish Quarterly Review.

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  • ZEITLIN, SOLOMON — (1892–1976), U.S. scholar of post biblical literature. Zeitlin, born in Russia, studied in Dvinsk and was influenced by the Ragoshover Illui (R. Joseph Rozin) and R. Meir Simḥah Ha Kohen. In 1908 he attended the Institute of baron david guenzberg …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Zeitlin — ist der Familienname folgender Personen: Aaron Zeitlin (1898–1973), amerikanischer jiddischer Dichter und Schriftsteller, Sohn Hillel Zeitlins, Bruder Elchanan Zeitlins Aharon Zeitlin (1835–1904), Pädagoge und Schriftsteller Denny Zeitlin (*… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Zeitlin — is a surname and may refer to:* Aaron Zeitlin (1889 1973), Yiddish writer, composer, and poet* Denny Zeitlin jazz pianist* Hillel Zeitlin Yiddish writer* Solomon Zeitlin* Joshua Zeitlin Shklov born Russian rabbinical scholar and philanthropist*… …   Wikipedia

  • Solomon Zeitlin — Solomon Zeitlin, שְׁלֹמֹה צײטלין, Шломо Цейтлин Shlomo Cejtlin ( Tseitlin, Tseytlin ) (1892/1886, Chashniki, Vitebsk guberniya 1976, United States) was a Jewish historian. His work The Rise and Fall of the Judean State is still considered the… …   Wikipedia

  • ZEITLIN (Zeitlis), JOSHUA — (1742–1822), scholar and shtadlan . Born in Shklov, Russia, Zeitlin was the disciple of R. Aryeh Leib Gunzberg , author of Sha agat Aryeh. When the region of Belorussia was annexed by Russia (1772), he became one of the wealthiest merchants in… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Solomon Zeitlin — (hebräisch ‏שְׁלֹמֹה צײטלין‎, russisch Шломо Цейтлин / Shlomo Cejtlin, auch Tseitlin, Tseytlin; * 31. Mai 1892[1] in Tschaschniki im Gouvernement Wizebsk; † 28. Dezember 1976, Philadelphia) war ein litauischer Rabbiner, Historiker und… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Solomon Rubin — (born in Dolina, Galicia, April 31823) was a Neo Hebrew author from Galicia.LifeHe was educated for the rabbinate, but, being attracted by Haskalah and modern learning, he entered upon a business career which lasted about five years. This proving …   Wikipedia

  • Eliezer ben Solomon Ashkenazi — was a Rabbi and Talmudical scholar born in Poland about the beginning of the 19th century, who resided afterward in Tunis. He published at Metz in 1845, under the title Dibre Hakamim ( Words of [the] Wise ), a selection of 11 ancient manuscripts …   Wikipedia

  • BUBER, SOLOMON — (1827–1906), scholar and authority on midrashic and medieval rabbinic literature. Buber was born in Lemberg, Galicia, into a well known rabbinic family and devoted himself to the publication of scholarly editions of existing Midrashim, printed or …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • HALBERSTAM, SOLOMON (Zalman) ḤAYYIM — (known from his acronym as ShaZHaH; 1832–1900), Polish scholar and bibliophile. Halberstam was born in Cracow and studied with his father, Isaac Halberstam, an eminent talmudist. During his years as a successful merchant in Bielsko (Bielitz),… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

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