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Michel Seligman (1739 - 1829)

Premier Grand rabbin de Paris (1809-1829) député de la Seine, membre du Sanhédrin, originaire d’Alsace

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Samuel Jacob Ghidiglia (deceased)

de Turin Membre de l'Assemblée des Notables en 1806

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Emilio Vitta (1752 - 1820)

Membre du Grand Sanhédrin Vita, puis Vitta GenAmi 64 p. 12

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Jacob Jeckel Meyer (1739 - 1830)

né en 1739 à Ribeauvillé Grand rabbin du Bas-Rhin, membre du Grand Sanhédrin marié deux fois décédé le 26 mai 1830 à Strasbourg

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Abraham Furtado MP (1756 - 1817)

Membre du grand Sanhédrin : 61- Abraham FURTADO (30.07.1756 Londres-29.01.1817 Bordeaux ), fils de Elie et Hana Pinto Vega, marranes. Epouse Sara Rodrigues Alvares en 1775 à Bordeaux....

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Jacob Oury-Lévy (deceased)

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Rabbi Israel of Shklov MP (1770 - 1839)

Yisroel ben Shmuel Ashkenazi of Shklov (ca. 1770–May 22, 1839) was a Talmudist, one of a group of Talmudical scholars of Shklov who were attracted to Vilna by Elijah Gaon (1720–97). He ga...

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Théodore Todros Cerf-Berr (1766 - 1832)

Membre du Grand Sanhédrin de Napoléon. Théodore's Father: Cerf Berr Cerf-Berr , an Alsatian Jew, Théodore's father, rendered great service to the French government as ...

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Yehuda Ben Tavai MP (deceased)

______________________________________________________________________________ Judah ben Tabbai was a Jewish tanna of the early 1st century BCE. He was a contemporary of Simeon ben Shetach. During the ...

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Rabbi Shimon ben Shatach MP (c.-120 - c.-40)

______________________________________________________________________ Simeon ben Shetach , first name also Shimon and last name also ben Shatach , (c. 120-40 BCE) was a Pharisee scholar and Nasi of th...

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Shemaya MP (deceased)

____________________________________________________________________ Shmaya - שמעיה , or Shemaiah, Samaias or Sameas) was a rabbinic sage in the early pre-Mishnaic er...

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Joshua Ben Perachia MP (deceased)

_____________________________________________________________ Rabbi Joshua ben Perahiah or Joshua ben Perachya (Hebrew: יהושע בן פרח...

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Yosei Ben Yoezer MP (b. - -161)

------------------------------------------------------------------ Yose ben Yoezer (also spelt Jose ben Joezer ) was a rabbi of the early Maccabean period, possibly a disciple of Antigonus of Soko and ...

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Yohanan Ben Zakkai MP (c.30 - c.90)

רבן יוחנן בן זכאי --------------------------------------------------------------------------- Yohanan b...

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Elazar Ben Azariah MP (deceased)

Eleazar ben Azariah אלעזר בן עזריה ‎ , was a 1st-century CE Palestinian tanna (Mishnaic sage). He was of the s...

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Yehuda IV Nesiah III IV ha-David MP (c.320 - c.400)

Yehuda IV רבי יהודה הרביעי Judah IV (or Nesi'ah III) held the office of Nasi of the ancient Jewish Sanh...

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Gamliel V ha-David MP (c.288 - c.380)

Gamliel V גמליאל החמישי Gamaliel V held the office of Nasi of the ancient Jewish Sanhedrin between 365 and 380/5 CE. ...

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Hillel II Nesiah II ha-David, - MP (c.287 - c.365)

This is the conclusion of Alan Applebaum in his paper concerning Hillel II titled " Hillel II Recovering an Obscure Figure of Late Antiquity ", Jewish Studies Quarterly 20 , 197–223 DOI 10.1628/...

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Gamliel IV MP (c.230 - c.265)

Gamaliel IV רבן גמליאל הרביעי Gamaliel IV (probably late 3rd Century CE) (also known as Gamaliel...

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Gamliel VI VI ha-David, - MP (c.355 - c.425)

Gamliel VI רבן גמליאל השישי Gamaliel VI (ca. 370 – ca. 425) was the last Nassi of the Ancient Sa...

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Yehuda III (Nesiah II) MP (c.253 - c.330)

Yehuda III Judah III (or Nesi'ah II; Hebrew: יהודה הנשיא) held the office of Nasi of the ancient Jewish Sanhedrin between 290/300 a...

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Yehuda I nesia II, - MP (c.200 - c.250)

Judah II יהודה השני - נשיאה Judah II (or Nesi'ah I) was a famous Jewish sage who lived in Tiberias in t...

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Rabban Gamliel II of Yavne MP (c.55 - c.118)

Rabban Gamliel, רבן גמליאל דיבנה‎ was the first person to lead the sanhedrin as nasi after the f...

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Rabbi Shimon III ben Gamliel II MP (c.95 - c.180)

Shimon ben Gamliel II רבן שמעון בן גמליאל was a Tanna of the third generation and preside...

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Raban Gamliel III beRabbi MP (c.177 - 225)

Gamaliel III רבן גמליאל השלישי First generation of Eretz Israel Amoraim Gamaliel III (Hebrew: &#...

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Rabbi Simeon ben Hillel HaNasi MP (b. - c.20)

Shimon ben Hillel, שמעון בן הלל About Shimon ben Hillel very little is known. He was the son of Hillel the Elder, and when Hillel d...

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Rabban Gamliel I Hazaken MP (c.50 - 68)

Gamaliel the Elder , or Rabbi Gamaliel I (גמליאל הזקן; Greek: Γαμαλιήλ �...

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Rabban Shimon II ben Gamliel MP (-10 - 70)

Shimon II ben Gamliel I , שמעון השני בן גמליאל הראש&#x...

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Rabbi Yaakov Beirav MP (1474 - 1546)

Jacob Berab , Berav or Bei-Rav, (b. Moqueda, nr. Toledo, Castilian Spain, 1474 - d. Safed, Ottoman sanjak of Safed, April 3, 1546), was an influential rabbi and talmudist best known for his attempt to ...

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Adin Steinsaltz Even Yisrael MP

Jerusalem, Yerushalayim, Israel

Adin Steinsaltz,1988, Time magazine praised him as a " once-in-a-millennium scholar ," is a noted rabbi , scholar, philosopher, social critic and author world wide whose background also includes extens...

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Yehuda Leib HaCohen Maimon (Fishman) MP (1875 - 1962)

Yehuda Leib Maimon Yehuda Leib Maimon (Hebrew: יהודה לייב מימון‎, born Yehuda Leib Fishman on 11...

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Michel Berr de Turique (1781 - 1843)

..."Secretary of Sanhedrin. About 1803 Berr accompanied his father-in-law, Berr-Bing, to Paris, where he soon made himself known by several literary articles in the "Décade Philosophique." Thr...

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Cerf Jacob Goudchaux (1771 - 1840)

en 1807, Cerf Jacob Goudchaux est membre du Grand Sanhédrin convoqué par Napoléon voir article dans GenAmi 42 et 45 le couple réside à Metz, pas d'enfant connu d&...

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Berr Isaac Berr dit de Turique (1745 - 1828)

10 enfants avec Merlé Goudchaux voir revue 108 CGJ mort à Turique, près de Nancy -------------- ... il était le fils d’un « juif de cour » polonai...

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Elie Vitté Espir (1739 - 1810)

..." Elias SPIRE, representing Paris, is born 1739 Carpentras, teacher of Hebrew, rabbi. He married Colombe Cremieux, at least two daughters in Nimes: Rousse born 1783 and Nana 1786. He was the son of ...

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Baruch Gougenheim (1753 - 1842)

selon certains, né en 1752 et décédé le 7 octobre 1842 successeur de Jacob Schweich. Rabbi of Nancy. See #26- Baruch GOUGENHEIM (Meurthe), Rabbi of Nancy, succeeded Jaco...

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Isaac Samuel Avigdor (1773 - 1849)

membre du Grand Sanhédrin pages 78 à 81

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Olry Worms de Romilly MP (1759 - 1849)

Olry Hayem Worms prend le nom de Worms de Romilly en 1805, et il confirme ce nom à la suite du décret impérial de 1808 62- Olry-Hayem WORMS, (19.09.1759 Sarrelouis-07.05.1849 P...

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Rabbi David Sinsheim MP (1745 - 1812)

né à Trêves vers 1745 alors que son père y était rabbin Grand rabbin d'Alsace, président du Grand Sanhédrin de Napoléon réuni en 1807 ...

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Schmuel ben Mordechai ha-Levi, (1808:Marx) (1775 - 1827)

Member of the Napoleon Bonaparte's Grand Sanhedrin in 1807 - See #45 Samuel Marx LEVI (Sarre). Uncle of Karl Marx

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Maimonides Rambam רמב״ם MP (c.1138 - 1204)

From Moshe (of the Torah) to Moshe (Maimonides) there was none like Moshe R' Moshe ben Maimon , Moses Maimonides the Rambam , [ca. 1138 (or 1135?) - 1204] was the preeminent medieval Jewish philosoph...

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Hillel Hazaken - 'The Elder' grandfather of Gamaliel I MP (c.-110 - c.10)

Hillel the Elder הלל הזקן (author of "The Golden Rule") Hillel (הלל) (born Babylon traditionally c.110BCE-10CE in Jerusalem) was a ...

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Rabbi Yehudah haNassi I MP (c.135 - c.219)

Rabbi Judah haNasi , יהודה הנשיא‎ "Judah the Prince" also known as Rabbeinu HaKadosh רבינו...

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