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Ludwig Venetianer, Ph.D.

Rabbi, Ujpest, Hungary.

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LÁNCZY, LEO – Hungarian deputy and financier; born in 1852. After having been connected for several years with the Anglo-Hungarian Bank and the Ungarische Boden-Credit-Gesellschaft, he was elected in 1881 director-general of the Hungarian...
LASZ, SAMUEL – Hungarian scientist; born Dec. 18, 1859, at Szergeny; studied at Papa, Sopron, and Budapest. In 1882 he received an appointment at the state meteorologic institute, where he made researches into climatology, zoology, and...
LÁSZLÓ, PHILIP – Hungarian portrait-painter; born June 1, 1869, at Budapest. As a highly talented student of the Model Drawing School of Budapest, he received for five years a stipend from the state, which enabled him to study portraiture at...
LEDERER, ABRAHAM – Hungarian educator and writer; born Jan. 9, 1827, at Libochowitz, Bohemia. In 1840 he went to Prague, where he studied at the Teachers' Seminary and at the university. In 1853 he taught at Lundenburg, Moravia; and in 1854 he...
LICHTENBERG, CORNEL – Hungarian aurist; born in 1848 at Szegedin; studied at Budapest and Vienna (M. D. 1873). On receiving his degree he returned to Budapest, where he established himself at the university as docent in diseases of the ear (1883)....
LICHTSCHEIN, LUDWIG – Hungarian rabbi; born in Komorn; died at Ofen in 1886. He studied at Papa, and was rabbinical assessor of Austerlitz, Gross Kanizsa, and Esztergom. From 1876 until his death he was rabbi at Somogy-Csurgó.Lichtschein was 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...
LUDASSY (GANS), MORIZ – Hungarian journalist; born at Komorn in 1825; died at Reichenau Aug. 29, 1885. As early as 1848 he was editor of the "Esti Lapok" in Budapest and of the "Magyar Világ," advocating in both periodicals the cause of the...
MACHLUP, ADOLF – Hungarian merchant and philanthropist; born at Eisenstadt in 1833; died at Budapest Jan. 1, 1895. He studied at Budapest, and at the Polytechnic School in Vienna, and took part in the revolutionary movement of 1848. In 1867 he...
MAJOR, JULIUS – Hungarian composer of music; born Dec. 13, 1859, at Kaschau on the Hernad, chief town of Aber Uj Var district, Hungary. He commenced his studies at the Realschule in Pesth, intending to become an engineer, but left that...
MANDEL, PAUL – Hungarian jurist and deputy; born at Nyirbator Jan. 6, 1839. He studied law in Budapest and Vienna, and in 1875 was elected to the Hungarian Parliament as representative of his native city. He has retained his seat from that...
MANDL, LUDWIG LAZAR – Hungarian anatomist and pathologist; born at Budapest Dec., 1812; died in Paris July 5, 1881; educated at Vienna and Budapest (M.D. 1836). He then settled in Paris to study microscopy. His researches in the embryology of the...
MARCZALI, HEINRICH – Hungarian historian; born at Marczali April 3, 1856; educated at Raab, Papa, Budapest, Berlin, and Paris. In 1878 he became professor at the gymnasium of his native town. He became a member of the Hungarian Academy in 1893, and...
MEISEL – Bohemian family which became famous chiefly through Mordecai Marcus b. Samuel Meisel, "primate" of Prague. The family seems to have come originally from Cracow, to whose community Mordecai Meisel bequeathed large sums for...
MENDEL – Name of a prominent Hungarian family which flourished in the latter half of the fifteenth century and in the first half of the sixteenth in Ofen (Buda). Members of three generations of it are known; namely, Jacob, Israel, and...
MEZEI, MORITZ – Hungarian jurist and deputy; born at Satoralja-Ujhely Jan. 17, 1836. He studied law in Budapest, and even as a student took an active part in the efforts to restore the Hungarian constitution and emancipate the Hungarian Jews....
MEZEY, FRANZ – Hungarian juristand author; born at Acsad Feb. 5, 1860. His parents had destined him for a rabbinical career, but after reaching maturity and becoming a thorough Hebrew scholar, he took up the study of jurisprudence and was...
MÜLLER, GABRIEL – Dayyan at Mattersdorf, Hungary; born Oct. 3, 1836, at Nadas. He received much of his education in his father's (Ḥayyim Müller's) yeshibah, and in 1860 was appointed dayyan of the community of Mattersdorf. He is the author of the...
MUNKÁCSY, BERNHARD – Hungarian philologist and ethnologist; born at Nagy-Varad (Grosswardein) March 12, 1860; educated in his native city and at Budapest. He is a descendant of a famous rabbinical family, among his ancestors having been R. Joseph...
MURÁNYI, ARMIN – Hungarian lawyer and journalist; born at Asszonyfa (County Raab), May 8, 1841; died at Budapest April 30, 1902. After studying medicine for three years at Vienna, he took up law, and received his degree at Budapest in 1866. As...
NASCHER, SINAI SIMON – Hungarian writer; born at Szent Miklos, Liptau, March 16, 1841; died at Baja July 25, 1901. He studied at Baja and Berlin, and in 1866 was chosen preacher in the latter city, but was forced to resign on account of repeated...
NEMÉNYI (NEUMANN), AMBROSIUS – Hungarian deputy; born at Peczel 1852; died in Budapest Dec. 13, 1904; studied law at Vienna and Paris (LL.D., Budapest). Till 1871 he was known by the name of Neumann. He was on the staff of the "Pester Lloyd" until 1887. In...
NEUGEBAUER, LADISLAUS – Hungarian writer; born at Budapest Feb. 22, 1845. After studying at Budapest and Vienna he entered the service of the Austro-Hungarian Bank at Vienna in 1870. His first work was a German translation of one of Jókai's novels; it...
NEUMANN, ARMIN – Hungarian deputy; born at Grosswardein Feb. 14, 1845. After having prepared for the rabbinical career at the Jewish theological seminary of Breslau he devoted himself to the study of law at the universities of Berlin and Vienna,...
NYÁRI, ALEXANDER – Hungarian art critic; born Aug. 28, 1861, at Zala-Egersczeg; educated at Vienna under Hansen, receiving his diploma as architect in 1884. In the following year he went to Paris and thence to Berlin, where he studied philosophy...