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Eleazar of Worms

(c. 1165—1230)

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Aaron of Baghdad

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(mid-9th cent. ce).

A Babylonian Jewish scholar who lived in Italy and is regarded as a link between the Babylonian academies and W. Jewish culture. He is described by Eleazar ...

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Dulcea of Worms

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(d. 1196)

Wife of Rabbi Eleazar ben Judah of Worms. She supported a household and led women in prayer. She and her daughters were murdered by intruders probably motivated by ...

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exegesis, Jewish liturgical

Overview page. Subjects: Medieval and Renaissance History (500 to 1500).

Medieval exegesis of Jewish liturgical texts was a fruitful genre mainly in Ashkenaz, where from the 11th century onwards commentaries on prayers and piyyutim were composed. Although...

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