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BRÜLL, ADOLF:

German writer and theologian; born in Kojetein, Moravia, April 27, 1846; son of Rabbi Jakob Brüll. He was educated at Kremsier and at the universities of Vienna, Prague, and Breslau, and received his theological training at the Jewish Theological Seminary at the last-named city. In 1871 he received a call as teacher at the Philanthropin in Frankfort-on-the-Main. Here he founded (1879) the Mendelssohn Society and edits the "Populär-Wissenschaftliche Monatsblätter."

He is the author of "Fremdsprachliche Redensarten und Ausdrücklich als Fremdsprachlich BezeichneteWörter in den Talmuden und Midraschim," Leipsic, 1869; "Trachten der Juden im Nachbiblischen Alterthume," part i., Frankfort-on-the-Main, 1873; "Das Samaritanische Targum zum Pentateuch, zum Ersten Male in Hebräischer Quadratschrift Nebst einem Anhange Textkritischen Inhaltes Herausgegeben," ib. 1875; "Zur Geschichte und Literatur der Samaritaner," ib. 1876; "Beiträge zur Kenntniss der Jüdisch-Deutschen Literatur," in Brüll's "Jahrbücher," 1877, iii.

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