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ANTON, SANCHEZ – ...sanchez-sanches-antonio-ribeiro">See Sanchez Antonio....
SANCHEZ (SANCHES), ANTONIO RIBEIRO – ...Russian court physician; born 1699; died in Paris 1783; member of a Marano family of Penamacor, district of Castello Branca, Portugal. Sanchez, with many coreligionists, escaped from the persecutions in ...ability. When Empress Anna Ivanovna of Russia requested Boerhaave (1731) to send her a learned physician who would be competent to act as her medical adviser, he recommended Sanchez, who entered her service the same ...year. The empress was so pleased with Sanchez that she appointed him chief physician of the Cadets; and soon after he was elected member of the Imperial Academy of Science. In 1740, after the death of Anna...
ABIATHAR HA-KOHEN OF SARAGOSSA – ...Bonafos. Leah married the Marano Martin Sanchez (see "Revista de España," xviii. 548). M. K....
AMERICA, THE DISCOVERY OF – ...relative, the royal treasurer, Gabriel Sanchez (whose father was burned in effigy as a Jewish heretic at Saragossa in 1493), and his friend, the royal chamberlain, Juan Cabrero, who was likewise of Jewish stock ...Rodrigo Sanchez, of Segovia, who was a relative of the chancellor of the exchequer, Gabriel Sanchez, and joined the expedition in compliance with the special request of the queen; the surgeon, Marco; and the ship's ...Gabriel Sanchez, who published it in Barcelona. These letters have often been published in later times, both in Italian and in English.Jewish Treasure Equips Second...
FERDINAND AND ISABELLA – ...Almazan and Gaspar de Barrachina, son of Abiatar Xamos, were his privatesecretaries; the Maranos Gabriel and Alfonso Sanchez, his treasurers. He made Francisco Sanchez his majordomo, and raised Francisco Gurrea, son ...in-law of Gabriel Sanchez, to the position of governor of Aragon. As King of Aragon he had recourse to the Santangels when in need of money. Ferdinand wrapped himself in a mantle of piety. The introduction of...
ARBUES, PEDRO – ...limit the activity of the Inquisition and the confiscation of property had been fruitless, and, after consultation with newly converted Jews—some of whom were men of high rank, like Gabriel Sanchez, the king's...
MADRID – ...and their leaders; some were captured, and others, among them Ruy Sanchez de Urosco, Lope Fernandez and Diego de Vargas, and Ruy Garcia de la Torre, took to flight; the government empowered the council to...
ALMOSNINO – ...Amsterdam, 1729, dedicated to Aaron David Pinto. This work is considered by Sanchez to be one of the rarest in the Spanish language. A historical work by Almosnino, "Extremos y Grandezas de Constantinopla," also in ...1850), in Literaturblatt des Orients, xii. 619; Sanchez, Poesías Castellanas Anteriores al siglo, xv. pp. 185 et seq.; Jew. Quart. Rev. xi. 136...
SAINT PETERSBURG – ...Capital city of Russia. Antonio sanchez-sanches-antonio-ribeiro">Sanchez, a Spanish Jew and member of the Academy of Sciences, lived in St. Petersburg in the reign of Elizabeth...
EYBESCHÜTZ, JONATHAN – ...authorities. "Kurze Nachricht von dem Falschen Messias Sabbathai Zebhi," etc. (Wolfenbüttel, 1752), by Moses Gershon ha-Kohen (Carl sanchez">Anton), a convert to Christianity, but a...
NAVARRE – ...Sanchez el Batallador (the Valiant), which lasted almost thirty years, greatly influenced the civic status of the Jews in his dominions. In the "Fuero General" or "Fuero Foral de Navarra," which is attributed to him...
INQUISITION – ...tribunal at Ciudad Real, whose first inquisitors were Pedro Diaz de Costana and Francisco Sanchez de la Fuente, existed only two years. From Feb. 6, 1484, to May 6, 1485, ten autos da fé were held in that city, the ...met a similar fate. Gaspar de S. Cruce and Juan Pedro Sanchez, who had escaped to Toulouse, were burned in effigy. During the last fifteen years of the fifteenth century more than fifty autos da fé were held at ...Saragossa, and during the year in which the Jews were expelled from Spain not less than nine were celebrated there; hundreds of members of the most wealthy and prominent families—those of Sanchez, Caballeria, Santangel...
APOSTASY AND APOSTATES FROM JUDAISM – ...articles/1611-anton-sanchez">Anton, professor of Hebrew in Helmstadt, and wrote on Shabbethai Ẓebi in 1753. He took a prominent part in the Jonathan Eibenschütz controversy, and published a number of books in the...
COURLAND – ...later removed to Odessa. Aaron Solomon Tobias, physician; practised at Hasenpot, where he died 1782. Carl sanchez">Anton, convert to Christianity and disciple of Jonathan...
AMERICA – ...Columbus received great assistance from astronomical works prepared by Jews, and from scientific instruments of which Jews were the inventors. Luis de Santangel and Gabriel Sanchez—both Maranos—and Juan Cabrero, of...
MEDICINE – In Bible and Talmud: The ancient Hebrew regarded health and disease as emanating from the same divine source. "I kill, and I make alive; I wound, and I heal" (Deut. xxxii. 39), said the Lord through His servant Moses; and
SPAIN – Early Settlement. Jews lived in Spain in very early times, although the legend that Solomon's treasurer Adoniram died there, as well as the story that the Jews of Toledo, in a letter addressed to the Sanhedrin at Jerusalem,
RUSSIA – ...of Christ" (1742). Having discovered that her court physician sanchez-sanches-antonio-ribeiro">Sanchez was an adherent of the Jewish, religion, Elizabeth, notwithstanding the esteem...