SAMUEL (Rabbi)

pater Rabbi Iudae pii, auctor libri Chasidim, flotuit A. M. 4992. Iuxta R. Ganz Chronol.

Hofmann J. Lexicon universale. 1698.

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  • Samuel M. Stahl — Rabbi Samuel M. Stahl (born August 25, 1939) is rabbi emeritus of Temple Beth El (San Antonio, Texas) since 2002. Rabbi Stahl served the San Antonio, Texas Temple Beth El for 26 years as its Senior Rabbi. Previously, Rabbi Stahl served as a… …   Wikipedia

  • SAMUEL BEN AVIGDOR — (1720–1793), Lithuanian rabbi. Samuel b. Avigdor was Vilna s last official rabbi. His father, Avigdor b. Samuel (d. 1771) was nicknamed Ḥarif ( the sharp one ). Between 1719 and 1746 he served as rabbi of Pruzhany, Zelwa, Volkovysk, and Ruzhany.… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Samuel Holdheim — (1806 ndash; 22 August 1860) was a German rabbi and author, and one of the more extreme leaders of the early Reform Judaism movement. Although Holdheim was a pioneer in modern Jewish homiletics, he was often at odds with the Orthodoxy. [(History… …   Wikipedia

  • Samuel Eidels — (1555 – 1631) (Hebrew: שמואל אליעזר הלוי איידלס‎), was a renowned rabbi and Talmudist famous for his commentary on the Talmud, Chiddushei Halachot. Eidels is also known as Maharsha (מהרש א, a Hebrew acronym for Our Teacher, the Rabbi Shmuel… …   Wikipedia

  • Samuel Mohilever — (1824–1898), also Shmuel Mohilever, was a rabbi, pioneer of Religious Zionism and one of the founders of the Hovevei Zion movement. Mohilever was born in Głębokie (now Hlybokaye, Belarus) and studied in the Volozhin yeshiva. After the pogroms… …   Wikipedia

  • Samuel Hirsch Margulies — Dr., (1858, Berezhany, western Ukraine March 12, 1922) Jewish rabbi and scholar. He was born in Berezhany, western Ukraine (then mainly Polish speaking town with mixed Polish, Ukrainian and Jewish population in the kingdom of Galicia of Austro… …   Wikipedia

  • Samuel of Nehardea — or Samuel bar Abba (Hebrew: שמואל) was a Jewish Talmudist who lived in Babylonia, known as an amora of the first generation; son of Abba bar Abba and head of the Yeshiva at Nehardea. He was a teacher of halakha, judge, physician, and astronomer.… …   Wikipedia

  • SAMUEL BEN DAVID MOSES HA-LEVI — (1625?–1681), Polish rabbi. Samuel was born in Poland and studied under david b. samuel ha levi and shabbetai horowitz . He lived at first in Mezhirech in the district of Poznan. When Mezhirech was destroyed by Czarniecki in 1656, Samuel escaped… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Samuel Judah Katzenellenbogen — (born 1521 in Padua, Italy, died March 25, 1597 in Padua) was an Italian Rabbi, the son of Rabbi Meir ben Isaac Katzenellenbogen). He was distinguished even in his youth for his scholarship and his oratorical gifts. He was associated, both as… …   Wikipedia

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