M. H. Landauer
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M. H. Landauer was a writer on Jewish mysticism, born at Kappel, near Buchau, Württemberg in Germany. He was a son of the cantor Elias Landauer, and at the age of 18 entered the yeshiva and lyceum in Karlsruhe; later he studied at the universities of Munich and Tübingen. In spite of ill health, he returned to Munich in 1838 to copy from Hebrew manuscripts in the Royal Library extracts for use in his investigations. In 1839, he passed the examination for the rabbinate, and in the following year was appointed rabbi of Braunsbach, Württemberg. Only three months later illness obliged him to resign his position and to return to Kappel, where he died.
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by Isidore Singer, Cyrus Adler
M. H. Landauer in “Orient, Lit.” 1845. vi. 182 et seq.). Until recently, aside from these quotations ...
The Jewish Encyclopedia (1912)
A Descriptive Record of the History, Religion, Literature, and Customs of the Jewish People from the Earliest Times to the Present Day by Isidore Singer, Cyrus Adler
M. H. Landauer in " Orient, Lit." 1845, vi. 182 et seq.). Until recently, aside from these quotations and some given by certain authors of the sixteenth century, as Elijah Mizrahi in Ins commentary on Rashi's commentary on the Pentateuch, ...
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