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Rabbi Eleazar Flekeles (Ramschak), "Teshuva Me'Ahavah"

Hebrew: רבי אלעזר (דוד) פלעקלס, בעל התשובה מאהבה
Also Known As: "Eleasar Fleckeles"
Birthdate:
Birthplace: Hlavní město Praha, Česká republika (Czech Republic)
Death: April 27, 1826 (71)
Hlavní město Praha, Česká republika (Czech Republic)
Place of Burial: Prague, Hlavní město Praha, Hlavní město Praha, Czech Republic
Immediate Family:

Son of David Flekeles Ramschak and Chaje Sara Flekeles
Husband of Rebeka Karpeles, Flekeles and Esther Flekeles
Father of Juda Leib Flekeles; Rebekka Spitz; Sara Philizina Friedländer; Abraham Markus Flekeles; Rachel Hamburger and 1 other
Brother of Moses Moises Flekeles; Veronika Fradel Hamburger; Ester Malke Goldschmid; Judith Podiebrad and Wolf Flekeles

Occupation: Rabbiner
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About Rabbi Eleazar Flekeles, "Teshuva Me'Ahavah"

Author of Teshuva Me'Ahava תשובה מאהבה


FLECKELES, ELEAZAR BEN DAVID: (print this article)

By : Solomon Schechter N. T. London

Austrian rabbi and author; born in Prague Aug. 26, 1754; died there April 27, 1826. He was the pupil of Moses Cohen Rofe, Meïr Fischels, and Ezekiel Landau. At the age of twenty-four he became rabbi of Kojetein, a small town in Moravia. In 1780 he was appointed dayyan in his native city. Later he accepted the office of rabbi of the bet ha-midrash founded by Joachim Popper and Israel Fränkel. Fleckeles was renowned for his scholarship and oratorical gifts, and for his skill in worldly affairs. He twice had audience with Emperor Francis I.

Fleckeles wrote: "'Olat Ḥodesh," in four parts, containing sermons, a criticism of Mendelssohn's translation of the Pentateuch, and an address directed against the followers of the pseudo-Messiah Shabbethai Ẓebi, Prague, 1785-1800; "Teshubah me-Ahabah," responsa, in three parts (the responsum concerning Eleazar ha-Kalir is often quoted by writers on Jewish hymnology), Prague, 1800-21; a funeral sermon on the occasion of the death of Joachim Edler von Popper, ib. 1795; "Meleket ha-Ḳodesh," two funeral sermons and two essays on the holy names of the Lord which occur in the Scriptures; "Nefesh Dawid we Nefesh Ḥayyah," delivered by the author on the death of his parents, ib. 1812; "Ma'ase de-Rabbi Eliezer," a commentary on the Haggadah of Passover, ib. 1812; "Mebasser Tob," two sermons delivered by the author on the occasion of the victory of the Austrian army at Naples in 1821, ib. 1821; "Ḥazon la-Mo'ed," a part of his "Sefer ha-Doresh," ib. 1824; "Mille de-Abot," a commentary on Pirḳe Abot; "Mille de-Oraita," sermons. Many of his sermons were translated into German by J. Jeitteles, Marcus Fisher, and Isaac Spitz. (see image) Eleazar Fleckeles.

Bibliography: Fürst, Bibl. Jud. i. 283-284; Fuenn, Keneset Yisrael, p. 132; Orient, Lit. 1840, p. 231; Yom-Ṭob Spitz, Biographie des Verewigten Rabbi Elasar Fleckeles, Prague, 1827; Kaufmann, in Monatsschrift, 1893, pp. 378-392; Kaufmann Gedenkbuch, p. 560.S. S. N. T. L.

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Data from My Heritage:

Rabbi Eleazar David Flekeles (Born Ramschak), "Teshuva Me'Ahavah" Rabbi Eleazar David Flekeles (Born Ramschak), "Teshuva Me'Ahavah" MyHeritage Family Trees Krygsman Family Tree in Krygsman - Schafer Family Tree, managed by Joan Krygsman (Contact) Birth: Aug 24 1754 - Hlavní město Praha, Česká republika Death: Apr 2 1826 - Hlavní město Praha, Česká republika Parents: David Flekeles, Sara Chaje Flekeles (born Schuttenhofen) Siblings: Veronika Fradel Hamburger (born Fleckeles), Ester Goldschmid (born Flekeles), Judith Podiebrad (born Flekeles), Wolf Flekeles, <Private> Flekeles, Moses Flekeles Wife: Esther Flekeles (born Bondy) Wife: Rebeka Karpeles Flekeles (born Bondi) Children: Juda Flekeles, Rebekka Spitz (born Fleckeles), Philippine Sara Friedländer (born Flekeles), Abraham Markus Flekeles (Born Ramschak), <Private> Hamburger (born Flekeles), <Private> Flekeles

Data from the Rabbiner Handbuch of the Steinheim Institute:

Reported to have been a Rabbi at Hostoun according to the general information about the town history.

Anscestor of Baruch Pollak

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FLECKELES, ELEAZAR BEN DAVID: (print this article)

By : Solomon Schechter N. T. London

Austrian rabbi and author; born in Prague Aug. 26, 1754; died there April 27, 1826. He was the pupil of Moses Cohen Rofe, Meïr Fischels, and Ezekiel Landau. At the age of twenty-four he became rabbi of Kojetein, a small town in Moravia. In 1780 he was appointed dayyan in his native city. Later he accepted the office of rabbi of the bet ha-midrash founded by Joachim Popper and Israel Fränkel. Fleckeles was renowned for his scholarship and oratorical gifts, and for his skill in worldly affairs. He twice had audience with Emperor Francis I.

Fleckeles wrote: "'Olat Ḥodesh," in four parts, containing sermons, a criticism of Mendelssohn's translation of the Pentateuch, and an address directed against the followers of the pseudo-Messiah Shabbethai Ẓebi, Prague, 1785-1800; "Teshubah me-Ahabah," responsa, in three parts (the responsum concerning Eleazar ha-Kalir is often quoted by writers on Jewish hymnology), Prague, 1800-21; a funeral sermon on the occasion of the death of Joachim Edler von Popper, ib. 1795; "Meleket ha-Ḳodesh," two funeral sermons and two essays on the holy names of the Lord which occur in the Scriptures; "Nefesh Dawid we Nefesh Ḥayyah," delivered by the author on the death of his parents, ib. 1812; "Ma'ase de-Rabbi Eliezer," a commentary on the Haggadah of Passover, ib. 1812; "Mebasser Tob," two sermons delivered by the author on the occasion of the victory of the Austrian army at Naples in 1821, ib. 1821; "Ḥazon la-Mo'ed," a part of his "Sefer ha-Doresh," ib. 1824; "Mille de-Abot," a commentary on Pirḳe Abot; "Mille de-Oraita," sermons. Many of his sermons were translated into German by J. Jeitteles, Marcus Fisher, and Isaac Spitz. (see image) Eleazar Fleckeles.

Bibliography: Fürst, Bibl. Jud. i. 283-284; Fuenn, Keneset Yisrael, p. 132; Orient, Lit. 1840, p. 231; Yom-Ṭob Spitz, Biographie des Verewigten Rabbi Elasar Fleckeles, Prague, 1827; Kaufmann, in Monatsschrift, 1893, pp. 378-392; Kaufmann Gedenkbuch, p. 560.S. S. N. T. L.

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Rabbi Eleazar Flekeles, "Teshuva Me'Ahavah"'s Timeline

1754
August 26, 1754
Hlavní město Praha, Česká republika
1773
1773
Hlavní město Praha, Česká republika
1776
1776
Prague, Czechia
1785
1785
Praha, Hlavní město Praha, Hlavní město Praha, Czechia
1787
1787
1826
April 27, 1826
Age 71
Hlavní město Praha, Česká republika
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