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Abraham a Santa Clara (1644—1709)

Abraham Aaron Roback (1890—1965)

Abraham Abel Werner (1837—1912) rabbi

Abraham Adunsky

Abraham and Isaac

Abraham Aurelius (c. 1575—1626) Reformed minister

Abraham Bar Hayya (c. 1016—1136)

Abraham Bar Hiyya (c. 1065—1145)

Abraham ben David of Posquières (c. 1125—1198)

Abraham ben Moses ben Maimon (1186—1237)

Abraham ben Naphtali Tang (1722—1792) theologian and historian

Abraham ben Samuel Abulafia (c. 1240—1291)

Abraham ben Samuel ha-Levi Ibn Hasdai

Abraham ben Samuel Zucuto (1452—1515)

Abraham ben Shmuel Abulafia (c. 1240—1291)

Abraham Benisch (1811—1878) Hebraist and newspaper editor

Abraham Bennet (1749—1799) Church of England clergyman and natural philosopher

Abraham Bennett (fl. 1750—1813)

Abraham Berliner

Abraham Bloemaert (1566—1651)

Abraham Booth (1734—1806) Particular Baptist minister and author

Abraham Bosse (1604—1676)

Abraham Bredius (1855—1946)

Abraham Brewster (1796—1874) judge

Abraham Brook (fl. c. 1739—1799) bookseller and natural philosopher

Abraham Buford (1820—1884)

Abraham Buford (1749—1833)

Abraham Buzaglo (1716—1788)


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