Freimann, Israel Meir

(1830-84)
   Polish rabbi. He served communities in the province of Posen and published a critical edition of the Ve-Hizhir midrashic work.

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  • Israel Meir Freimann — (* 27. September 1830 in Krakau; † 21. August 1884 in Ostrowo) war ein deutscher Rabbiner in Filehne und Ostrowo. Die ihm angebotene Nachfolge Zacharias Frankels am Jüdisch Theologischen Seminar in Breslau lehnte er wegen religiöser Skrupel ab.… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • FREIMANN, JACOB — (1866–1937), German rabbi, scholar, and editor. Freimann studied under Simon Sofer (see sofer ) and Akiva Kornitzer in his native Cracow, and under his uncle Israel Meir freimann at Ostrowo, as well as at Berlin and Tuebingen. He married Israel… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Freimann (Begriffsklärung) — Freimann bezeichnet: Freimann, ein Münchner Stadtteil Freimann ist der Familienname folgender Personen: Aron Freimann (1871–1948), jüdisch deutscher Bibliograph, Historiker und Bibliothekar, Sohn Israel Meir Freimanns Christoph Freimann (* 1940) …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • FREIMANN, ARON — (1871–1948), German scholar, historian, and bibliographer. Freimann was born in Filehne (Wielen), Poznan, the son of the local rabbi, Israel Meir Freimann. In 1898 he began working at the municipal library in Frankfurt, and under his direction… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • FREIMANN — FREIMANN, family of rabbis and scholars, ISAAC FREIMANN (d. 1886), who was born in Cracow, edited from a manuscript Abraham b. Ḥiyya s Hegyon ha Nefesh ha Aẓuvah (1860). His son ISRAEL MEIR FREIMANN (1830–1884) served as rabbi at Filehne (Wielen) …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Freimann, Aron — (1871 1944)    German scholar, son of Israel Meir Freimann. He was born in Filehne, in the province of Posen. He worked at the municipal library in Frankfurt am Main, where he assembled a large collection of Judaica and Hebraica. After the Nazis… …   Dictionary of Jewish Biography

  • Aron Freimann — (* 5. August 1871 in Filehne, Provinz Posen; † 6. Juni 1948 in New York) war ein jüdisch deutscher Bibliograph, Historiker und Bibliothekar. Inhaltsverzeichnis …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • DUEREN, ISAAC BEN MEIR — (second half of 13th century), German halakhic authority on the laws of issur ve hetter . Isaac s surname Dueren derives from the town of that name in Germany. In his youth he studied under Tobias b. Elijah of Vienne in France. The period of… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • New Synagogue, Ostrów Wielkopolski — New Synagogue of Ostrów Wielkopolski after its renovation The New Synagogue in Ostrów Wielkopolski [ˈɔstruf vjɛlkɔˈpɔlski], Poland, is located in the city s center on Raszkowska 21 St., which was the northern edge of the former Jewish… …   Wikipedia

  • PRINTING, HEBREW — pre modern period The first mention of Jews in connection with printing is found in Avignon c. 1444 (before Gutenberg) when a Jew, Davin de Caderousse, studied the new craft. The first Hebrew books were printed at least within 35 years after the… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

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