(1850 [1847?]1915). Hebraist; b. Focsani, Rumania; educ. Lemberg, Vienna, Berlin; reader (or lecturer) in Talmud and rabbinical literature Cambridge 1890; prof. Heb., U. of London, 1899; pres. Jewish Theol. Sem. of Am., New York, 1901/0215; helped found Conservative Judaism (see Judaism, 3). See also Damascus Fragments.
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