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GLÖCKENER (GLÖCKNER) – See Schulklopfer.
GLOGAU – Town in Prussian Silesia, Germany, with a population of 20,529, including 863 Jews. Jews were living there as early as the eleventh century, their quarters being near the Breslauer Thor, in the vicinity of the present...
GLOGAU, JEHIEL MICHAEL BEN UZZIEL – German rabbi; lived at Halberstadt in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. He was the author of "Nezer ha-Ḳodesh," glosses on "Bereshit Rabbah" (Jessnitz, 1719). A long responsum, addressed to Ẓebi Hirsch Ashkenazi and...