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Shlomo-Yosef Zevin

Hebrew: שלמה יוסף שלמה יוסף זווין
Birthplace: Kazimirov, Pinsk, Belarus
Death: Died in Jerusalem, Yerushalayim, Israel
Place of Burial: Jerusalem, Yerushalayim, Israel
Immediate Family:

Son of Aharon-Mordechai Zevin and Chaya Zevin
Husband of Ita Spitzer-Zevin and Leah Zevin
Father of אהרון זוין and Rosa Strupinsky
Brother of Risha Strupinsky; Frada Strupinsky(Zevina); Shaul Zevin; Abraham (Avrumel) Zevin; Leib Zevin and 3 others

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About Shlomo-Yosef Zevin

Shlomo Yosef Zevin (Hebrew: שלמה יוסף זווין) (born 1888; died 28 February 1978) was one of the most prominent Orthodox, Religious Zionist rabbis of the 20th century. He founded the Encyclopedia Talmudit, a Hebrew Halachic Encyclopedia, of which he was chief editor until his death.

In 1959, Rabbi Zevin received the Israel Prize for Rabbinical literature.

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Kazimirov, Pinsk, Belarus
September 20, 1914
Age 28
Parichi, Belarus
February 28, 1978
Age 92
Jerusalem, Yerushalayim, Israel
Parichi, Belarus
Jerusalem, Yerushalayim, Israel