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TRIESCH, FRIEDRICH GUSTAV – Austrian dramatist; born at Vienna June 16, 1845. Triesch studied sculpture for a time at the Akademie der Bildenden Künste, Vienna, but soon turned to literature. Lack of means forced him to follow mercantile pursuits for a...
TRIEST – Institutions. A commercial city and an important seaport, situated at the head of the Adriatic; ethnographically Italian, but politically Austrian. Although no consecutive history of the Jews of Triest has ever been written,...
TRIESTE, GABRIEL – Italian merchant and philanthropist; born Dec. 24, 1784; died at Padua March 9, 1860. He was president of the Jewish community in Padua. Of his many benevolent foundations two call for special mention; viz., that of 24,000...
TRILLINGER, ELIEZER BEN JOSEPH YOSPA – Austrian rabbi; lived in the latter half of the seventeenth and at the beginning of the eighteenth century; died at Wilna. The name "Trillinger" is probably derived from "Wassertrüdingen," called by the Jews "Wassertrilling" or...
TRINITY – The fundamental dogma of Christianity; the concept of the union in one God of Father, Son, and Holy Spirit as three infinite persons. It was the Nicene Council and even more especially the Athanasian Creed that first gave the...
TRINQUETAILLE – Suburb of Arles, France, on the right bank of the Rhone. Its Jewish community was of much importance in the Middle Ages. Favorably received by the lords of Baux, the Jews lived peacefully at Trinquetaille until 1300, when the...
TRIPOLI – Early History. Seaport on the northern coast of Africa; capital of the Turkish vilayet of the same name. Local tradition states that under the Fatimite dynasty in Egypt, Jews from theoasis of Pessato established the most ancient...
TRISTRAM, HENRY BAKER – English clergyman, Biblical scholar, and traveler in Palestine; born May 11, 1822, at Eglingham, Northumberland. He was educated at Durham School and Oxford University, and took orders in 1845; but sickness compelled him to live...
TRIWOSCH, JOSEPH ELIJAH – Russian Hebrew writer and poet; born at Wilna Jan. 18, 1856; settled at Grodno as a teacher of Hebrew and Russian. His literary activity began in 1873, in which year he published in "Ha-Lebanon" his first articles. Since then he...