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Title: Ḥ̣akam Ẓebi as Chief Rabbi of the Ashkenazic ḳehillah of Amsterdam (1710-1714) / by Judith Bleich.
Authors: Agus, Irving A.
Bernard Revel Graduate School of Jewish Studies
Bleich, Judith
Keywords: Bernard Revel Graduate School -- Yeshiva University -- Student thesis.
Ashkenazi, Zevi Hirsch ben Jacob, -1718.
Jews --Netherlands --Amsterdam --History --18th century.
Ashkenazim --Netherlands --Amsterdam --History --18th century.
Sephardim --Netherlands --Amsterdam --History --18th century.
Sabbathaians --Netherlands --Amsterdam --History --18th century.
Dissertations, Academic.
Theses, M.A. (B.R.G.S.)
Issue Date: Jun-1965
Publisher: New York, NY: Bernard Revel Graduate School. Yeshiva University, 1965.
Citation: Hakam Zebi as Chief Rabbi of the Ashkenazic Kehillah of Amsterdam (1710-1714) by Judith Bleich A master's project submitted to the faculty of the Bernard Revel Graduate School, Yeshiva University in partial fulfillment of the requirements of the degree of Master of Arts as of June, 1965. Sponsor: Professor Irving A. Agus. NY: Bernard Revel Graduate School. Yeshiva University, 1965.
Abstract: His term of office as rabbi of the Ashkenazic congregation marks a crucial period in the life history of Ḥakam Ẓebi. Our purpose ... is to chart the course of Ḥakam Ẓebi's ministry in Amsterdam, to assess his accomplishments during this period and the analyze the causes of communal strife which resulted in his untimely departure from the city. Study of these years throws light on the ... interrelationship of Sephardim and Ashkenazim in Amsterdam ... and on an important chapter in the Shabbethaian dispute.
Description: Master's Thesis.
Appears in Collections:Bernard Revel Graduate School of Jewish Studies: Master's Theses

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