Berlin, Isaiah ben Judah Loeb (Pick, Isaiah)
- (1725-99)German talmudist. He was born in Hungary and lived in Berlin and Breslau. He wrote on a wide range of rabbinic literature. His emendations have been added to editions of the Talmud since 1800.
Dictionary of Jewish Biography. Dan Cohn-Sherbok.
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BERLIN, ISAIAH BEN JUDAH LOEB — (Isaiah Pick; 1725–1799), rabbi and author. Berlin was known also as Isaiah Pick after his father in law, Wolf Pick of Breslau, who supported him for many years. He was born in Eisenstadt, Hungary, but his father, an eminent talmudic scholar (who … Encyclopedia of Judaism
Berlin, Isaiah ben Judah Loeb — ▪ Hungarian scholar also called Isaiah Pick born October 1725, Eisenstadt, Hungary [now in Austria] died May 13, 1799, Breslau, Silesia, Prussia [now Wrocław, Pol.] Jewish scholar noted for his textual commentaries on the Talmud and… … Universalium