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The Jewish encyclopedia : a descriptive record of the history, religion, literature, and customs of the Jewish people from the earliest times to the present day (Volume 10)

The Jewish encyclopedia : a descriptive record of the history, religion, literature, and customs of the Jewish people from the earliest times to the present day (Volume 10)

Fonte : Internet Archive

The Jewish encyclopedia : a descriptive record of the history, religion, literature, and customs of the Jewish people from the earliest times to the present day (Volume 10)

The Jewish encyclopedia : a descriptive record of the history, religion, literature, and customs of the Jewish people from the earliest times to the present day (Volume 10)

Fonte : Internet Archive

Resultados : PINTO


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New York, Title-Page from Isaac Pinto's Translation of the Prayer-Book, Printed in 1766 at 55


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- Title-Page from Isaac Pinto's Translation of the, New York, 1766 55


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Title-Page from Isaac Pinto's Translation of the Prayer-Book, New York, 1766 55


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was at Rome a Diogo Rodrigues Pinto, advocate of the Maranos. But its most prominent members lived in Holland, particularly


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Pinto: Dutch jurist, son of Moses de Pinto and Sara Salvador, born at The Hague Oct. 24, 1828, studied law


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Daniel Pinto : Syrian Talmudi,st, lived at Aleppo in the seventeenth century. He and Moses


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: Cofounder, with his brother David Pinto, of the Portuguese community at Rotterdam in the beginning of the seventeenth century.


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Abraham Pinto : Cofounder, with his brother David Pinto, of the Portuguese community at Rotterdam


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" which he had founded. Abraham de Pinto was a member of the municipal council of The Hague from 1851


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Aaron de Pinto : Trustee of the Portuguese congregation at Amsterdam in the beginning of


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Abraham de Pinto: Dutch jurist, born at The Hague May 27, 1811 , died there


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Aaron Adolf de Pinto: Dutch jurist, son of Moses de Pinto and Sara Salvador, born at


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Josiah. ben Joseph Pinto (RIF) : Syrian labbi and preacher, born at Damascus about 1505, died there


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residing in 1759, brother of Solomon Pinto. He figures repeatedly in C (jnnecticut records between 1765 and 1776. Pinto espoused


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Isaac Pinto : Dutch captain of the beginning of the eigliteentli century. At the head


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David Pinto : Cofounder, with his brother Abraham, iif tile Portuguese community at Rotterdam.


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Jacob Pinto : Earlj' Jewish settler at New Haven, Conn., where he was residing in


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Isaac de Pinto : Portuguese moralist of Jewish origin, born 1715, died Aug. 14. 1787,


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Joseph Jesurun Pinto : American rabbi, born probably in England, died 1766. He was leader


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Isaac Pinto: American ritualist, born about


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Title-Page from Isaac Pinto's Translation of the Prayer-book, Printed at New York, 171


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Solomon Pinto : American patriot in the Revolutionary war. A settler at New Haven, Conn.,


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Juan Delgado Pinto. See Delgado.


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the second English translation, by Isaac Pinto, w-as simi-larly opposed, and the translator had it printed by John Holt in


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RIBEIRO, JOAO PINTO : Portuguese scholar, curator of the royal arciiivesin Torredo Tombe, at Lisbon, died