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LEMBERGER, JUDAH LÖB:

Judæo-German author of the seventeenth century. He was probably the son of the publisher Abraham Lemberger of Prague. Judah Löb Lemberger was the author of a work in Judæo-German, entitled "Ein Hübsch Göttlich Büchel" (Prague, n.d.), a selection of moral sayings from the Talmud and other rabbinical works, with an appendix, "Ḥibbuṭ ha-Ḳeber," on the sufferings of the dead in the grave.

Bibliography:
  • Steinschneider, Cat. Bodl. col. 1337;
  • idem, in Serapeum, 1848, pp. 324, 333.
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