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Ezekiel Caro, Ph.D.

Chief Rabbi, Lemberg, Galicia, Austria.

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ABRAHAM BEN ISAAC HA-KOHEN – A hymn-writer who flourished in Germany about 1096; probably the son of Isaac ben Eleazar ha-Kohen, who lived in Mentz in 1093. He is the author of several liturgical works, in one of which reference is made to the cruelties...
ALGAZI, ABRAHAM BEN SOLOMON – Supposed to have lived at Smyrna in 1659, and to have been the son of the author of the book, "Shema' Shelomoh" (Solomon's Fame), Smyrna, 1659, containing homiletic explanations of a part of the Torah. Very little is known about...
ALGAZI, ḤAYYIM ISAAC – Author of the books: "Derek Eẓ ha-Ḥayyim" (The Way of the Tree of Life), "'En Yamin" (The Right Eye), "Sha'ar Yehudah" (The Gate of Judah); all published at Salonica, 1822. J. Ch.
GOLDMAN, BERNARD – Austrian deputy; born at Warsaw Feb. 20, 1842; died at Lemberg March 23, 1901. His father, Isaac Goldman, was the owner of a Hebrew printing establishment. Bernard attended the rabbinical school in Warsaw under the direction of...