Carigal, Raphael Hayyim Isaac
- (1733-77)Palestinian rabbi and emissary. He was born in Hebron. He served as an emissary to Jewish commu-nities in the Near East, Europe and the US; there he became a friend of Ezra Stiles (later president of Yale University), with whom he maintained an extensive correspondence.
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CARIGAL (Carregal, Karigal) RAPHAEL ḤAYYIM ISAAC — CARIGAL (Carregal, Karigal), RAPHAEL ḤAYYIM ISAAC (1729–1777), emissary of Hebron. Born in Hebron, Carigal was ordained in 1750 and was sent in 1754 by the Hebron Jewish community as an emissary to the Jewish communities in the Near East. In 1757 … Encyclopedia of Judaism
STILES, EZRA° — (1727–1795), U.S. scholar and theologian, and president of Yale. Stiles, born in North Haven, Connecticut, was ordained in 1749, and, after teaching at Yale College (1749–55), served as a minister in Newport, Rhode Island, until the Revolution of … Encyclopedia of Judaism
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