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LEEUW, JACOB HEYMANN DE:

Dutch Talmudist; born at Leyden 1811; died at Amsterdam Sept. 15, 1883. He removed to the latter city in 1874, and was appointed rabbi at the bet ha-midrash. He was the author of the following Talmudical works: "Shoshannat Ya'aḳob," Leyden, 1848; "Peri 'Eẓ Ḥayyim," ib. 1852; "Debarim Aḥadim," ib. 1853; "Naḥalat Ya'aḳob," Rotterdam, 1857; and "Ḥeleḳ Ya'aḳob," ib. 1858.

Bibliography:
  • Roest, in Isr. Nieuwsbode, 1883, No. 13.
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