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LIPPMANN, MAURICE – French engineer; born at Ville d'Avray (Seine-et-Oise) Sept. 27, 1847. He received his diploma as bachelor of law in 1869. During the siege of Paris in 1870 he served in the artillery. In 1874 Lippmann was appointed director of...
LIPSCHITZ, RUDOLF – German mathematician; born May 14, 1832, at Königsberg, East Prussia; died at Bonn Oct. 8, 1903. Educated at his native town (Ph.D. 1853), he established himself in 1857 as privat-docent in the University of Bonn, becoming...
LISSAUER, ABRAHAM – German physician and anthropologist; born at Berent, West Prussia, Aug. 29, 1832; educated at the gymnasium of his native town and at the universities of Vienna and Berlin (M.D. 1856). He practised in Neidenburg till 1863, when...
LISSAUER, HEINRICH – German physician; born at Neidenburg Sept. 12, 1861; died at Hallstadt, Upper Austria, Sept. 21, 1891; son of Abraham Lissauer. He studied medicine at the universities of Heidelberg, Berlin, and Leipsic, receiving his diploma in...
LÖBEL, ARTHUR – Austrian physician; born at Roman, Rumania, May 15, 1857; educated at the gymnasium of Czernowitz and the universities of Vienna and Paris (M.D., Vienna, 1883). During the year 1884 he served as assistant at the General...
LOEB, JACQUES – American biologist; born in Germany April 7, 1859; educated at the universities of Berlin, Munich, and Strasburg (M. D. 1884). He took a postgraduate course at the universities of Strasburg and Berlin, and in 1886 became...
LOEWY, EMANUEL – Austrian archeologist; born at Vienna Sept. 1, 1857; educated at the gymnasium and university of his native city (Ph.D. 1882). He is now (1904) professor of archeology at the University of Rome.Loewy is the author of:...
LOEWY, MAURICE – Astronomer; born at Vienna, Austria, April 15, 1833. A descendant of a Hungarian family, he received his education at his native city, where he was employed at the observatory. In 1860 he was called to the Paris Observatory as...
LOLLI, EUDE – Italian rabbi; born at Göritz Aug. 23, 1826; educated at the lyceum of his native town and at the rabbinical college of Padua, graduating thence in 1854. In 1865 he was appointed professor at the same college which positionhe...
LORIA, ACHILLE – Italian political economist; born at Mantua March 2, 1857; educated at the lyceum of his native city and the universities of Bologna, Pavia, Rome, Berlin, and London. He became professor of political economy in the University of...
LORIA, GINO – Italian mathematician; born at Mantua May 19, 1862; educated at the Mantua lyceum and at the University of Turin, becoming doctor of mathematics in 1884. The same year he was appointed demonstrator in mathematics in the...
LöW, LEOPOLD – Hungarian rabbi; born at Czernahora, Moravia, May 22, 1811; died at Szegedin Oct. 13, 1875. He received his preliminary education at the yeshibot of Trebitsch, Kolin, Leipnik, and Eisenstadt (1824-35), and then studied...
LÖWE, LUDWIG – German physician; born at Berlin March 11, 1844. After graduating from the gymnasium, he attended the universities of Jena, Würzburg, Strasburg, and Breslau, leaving the last institution with the degree of doctor of medicine in...
LÖWENSTEIN, RUDOLF – German author; born at Breslau Feb. 20, 1819; died at Berlin Jan. 6, 1891. When only nine years of age he was baptized. Educated at the gymnasium at Glogau and the universities of Breslau and Berlin, he received the degree of...
LUZZATTO (LUZZATTI) – Name of a family of Italian scholars whose genealogy can be traced back to the first half of the sixteenth century. According to a tradition communicated by S. D. Luzzatto the family descends from a German who immigrated into...
MAGNUS, PAUL WILHELM – German botanist; born at Berlin Feb. 29, 1844; educated at the Werdergymnasium and the university of his native city and at the University of Freiburg-im-Breisgau (Ph.D. Berlin, 1870). He became in 1875 privatdocent at his alma...
MANNHEIMER, SIGMUND – American educator; born at Kemel, Hesse-Nassau, May 16, 1835. Educated at the teachers' seminary at Ems, Nassau, he became teacher in the Jewish schools of Schierstein (1853) and Hegenheim (1858). In 1861 he entered the...
MARGOLIS, MAX LEOPOLD – American philologist; born at Meretz, government of Wilna, Russia, Oct. 15, 1866; son of Isaac Margolis; educated at the elementary school of his native town, the Leibnitz gymnasium, Berlin, and Columbia University, New York...
MARGULIES, SAMUEL HIRSCH – Rabbi; born at Brzezan, Galicia, Oct. 9, 1858; a descendant of Rabbi Ephraim Zalman Margolioth; educated at the theological seminary at Breslau. He was from 1885 to 1887 rabbi of the Congregation Newe Shalom in Hamburg; till...
MARMOREK, ALEXANDER – Austrian physician; born at Mielnica, Galicia, Feb. 19, 1865; educated at a gymnasium and at the University of Vienna (M.D. 1887). He removed to Paris, where he became a pupil, later an assistant, at the Pasteur Institute. He is...
MARMOREK, OSKAR – Austrian architect; brother of Alexander Marmorek; born at Skirta, Galicia, April 9, 1863. He studied at the polytechnic high school at Vienna and took a postgraduate course at Paris. Returning to Vienna in 1889, he settled...
MAUTHNER, LUDWIG – Austrian ophthalmologist; born in Prague April 13, 1840; died in Vienna Oct. 20, 1894; educated at the University of Vienna (M.D. 1861). He was admitted to the medical faculty of his alma mater as privat-docent in ophthalmology...
MAYBAUM, SIEGMUND – Rabbi in Berlin; born at Miskolcz, Hungary, April 29, 1844. He received his education at the yeshibot of Eisenstadt and Presburg, at the lyceum in the latter city, and at the university and the theological seminary of Breslau...
MAYER, ABRAHAM – Belgian physician; born at Düsseldorf July 10, 1816; died at Antwerp March 1, 1899. After studying medicine at Bonn (M. D. 1839) he settled in Antwerp in 1848, where he practised as a physician until his death. He took an active...
MAYER, SIGMUND – Austrian physician; born at Bechtheim, Rhein-Hessen, Dec. 27, 1842. He studied at the universities of Heidelberg, Giessen, and Tübingen (M.D. 1865) and took a postgraduate course at the universities of Heidelberg and Vienna,...