Zuckermandel, Moses Samuel
- (1836-1917)Mor-avian talmudist. He served as a rabbi in Moravia and Germany. He compiled what became the standard edition of the Tosephta, published in 1880.
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ZUCKERMANDEL, MOSES SAMUEL — (1836–1917), rabbi and researcher in tannaitic literature. Born in Ungarisch Brod (Uhersky Brod), Moravia, Zuckermandel studied under samson raphael hirsch at Nikolsburg (Mikulov) and later at the rabbinical seminary (see juedisch theologisches … Encyclopedia of Judaism
Moses Samuel Zuckermandl — Rabbi Moses Samuel Zuckermandl, also Zuckermandel (born 24 April 1836, Uherský Brod, Moravia 27 January 1917, Breslau (now Wrocław), Silesia) was a Czech German rabbi, Talmudist, and Jewish theologian. Zuckermandl was a student of Samson Raphael… … Wikipedia
Moses Samuel Zuckermandel — (auch Zuckermandl, * 24. April 1836 in Uherský Brod, Mähren, Österreich Ungarn; † 27. Januar 1917 in Breslau) war ein tschechisch deutscher Rabbiner, Talmudist und jüdischer Gelehrter. Zuckermandel war Schüler von Samson Raphael Hirsch in… … Deutsch Wikipedia
Zuckermandel — ist der Name folgender Personen: Christoph Wilhelm Zuckermandel (1767–1839), deutscher Schneider und Mathematiker Moses Samuel Zuckermandel (Zuckermandl, 1836–1917), tschechisch deutscher Rabbiner, Talmudist Siehe auch Zuckermantel … Deutsch Wikipedia
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