Carmoly, Eliakim

(1802-75)
   German rabbi, writer and editor. He was born in Alsace. He served as a rabbi in Brussels in 1832 and later settled in Frankfurt am Main, where he published articles about ancient manuscripts and books. His other publications include a work on the Ten Lost Tribes, descriptions of his travels in Palestine, a genealogy of the Rapoport family, and a coronation poem in praise of Louis Philippe of France. He was a pioneer in the study of Jewish medicine and Jewish physicians.

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  • CARMOLY, ELIAKIM — (1802–1875), rabbi, writer, and editor. Carmoly, who was born in Sulz, Alsace, studied under distinguished rabbis in Colmar. After spending some years examining Hebrew manuscripts in the Bibliothèque Nationale in Paris, he took up a rabbinical… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Eliakim Carmoly — est un rabbin et érudit juif alsacien du XIXe siècle (Soultz Haut Rhin, le 5 août 1802 Francfort sur le Main, le 15 février 1875). Éléments biographiques Son véritable nom était Goschel David Behr (ou Baer) mais il adopta très tôt le nom de… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Eliakim Carmoly — (August 5, 1802, Sulz, France mdash;February 15, 1875, Frankfort on the Main) was a French Jewish scholar. He was born at Sulz, then in the French department of the Upper Rhine. His real name was Goschel David Behr (or Baer ); the name Carmoly ,… …   Wikipedia

  • CARMOLY, ISSACHAR BAER BEN JUDAH LIMA — (1735–1781), Alsatian rabbi and author. According to Zunz and Steinschneider, the name Carmoly, an anagram for the city of Colmar, was first adopted by Issachar s grandson Eliakim Goetz and retroactively applied to his forebears. Issachar studied …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Elyakim Carmoly — Eliakim Carmoly Eliakim Carmoly est un rabbin et érudit juif alsacien du XIXe siècle (Soultz Haut Rhin, le 5 août 1802 Francfort sur le Main, le 15 février 1875). Éléments biographiques Son véritable nom était Goschel David Behr (ou Baer)… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Eljakim Carmoly — Eljakim David Carmoly (eigentlich Goschel David Behr; * 5. August 1802 in Soultz Haut Rhin; † 15. Februar 1875 in Frankfurt am Main) war ein französisch jüdischer Gelehrter und Literaturhistoriker. Inhaltsverzeichnis 1 Leben 2 Hauptwerk 3 Literat …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Isaachar bär ben Judah Carmoly — Issachar bär ben Judah Carmoly (September 15, 1735, Ribeauvillé, Alsace mdash;May 1781, Sulz) was an Alsatian rabbi. At the age of ten he was sufficiently advanced in his training for the rabbinate to follow the elaborate lectures of Jonathan… …   Wikipedia

  • Amato Lusitano — João Rodrigues de Castelo Branco, better known as Amato Lusitano and Amatus Lusitanus (1511 ndash;1568), was a notable Portuguese Jewish physician of the 16th century. Like Herophilus, Galen, Ibn al Nafis, Michael Servetus, Realdo Colombo and… …   Wikipedia

  • Isaac Israeli ben Solomon — (in Hebrew Yitzhaq ben Sh lomo ha Yisra eli; in Arabic Abu Ya qub Ishaq ibn Suleiman al Isra ili; also known as Isaac Israeli the Elder was an Egyptian Jewish physician and philosopher. He was born in Egypt before 832; died at Kairouan, Tunisia,… …   Wikipedia

  • Isaac Israeli — ben Salomon  Ne doit pas être confondu avec Isaac Israeli ben Joseph …   Wikipédia en Français

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