- (1841-1918)Austrian rabbinic scholar of Russian origin. He travelled to western Europe in 1861, where he met some of the leading figures in Jewish scholarship. Eventually he sold his shares in the family business and devoted himself to research. In 1876 he settled in Vienna, where he wrote studies on a wide range of Jewish topics.
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EPSTEIN, ABRAHAM — (1841–1918), rabbinic scholar and historian. Epstein was born in Staro Konstantinov, Russia, to a wealthy family. Epstein leased some land near Kozmin in 1865 and worked it himself for many years, trying to persuade some of the local Jewish poor… … Encyclopedia of Judaism
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