Deutsch, Emanuel

Deutsch, Emanuel, a distinguished Hebrew scholar, born at Neisse, in Silesia, of Jewish descent; was trained from his boyhood to familiarity with the Hebrew and Chaldea languages; studied under Boeckh at the university of Berlin; came to England, and in 1855 obtained a post in the library of the British Museum; had made a special study of the “Talmud,” on which he wrote a brilliant article for the Quarterly Review, to the great interest of many; his ambition was to write an exhaustive treatise on the subject, but he did not live to accomplish it; died at Alexandria, whither he had gone in the hope of prolonging his days (1829-1873).

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

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Detmold
Detroit
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Deucalion
Deus ex machina
Deuteronomy
Deutsch, Emanuel
Deutz
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Devanag`ari
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Dev`enter
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