Moses Samuel Zuckermandl
Rabbi Moses Samuel Zuckermandl, also Zuckermandel (born 24 April 1836, Uherský Brod, Moravia - 27 January 1917, Breslau (now Wrocław), Silesia) was a Czech-German rabbi, Talmudist, and Jewish theologian.
He became a rabbi in Pleschen (now Pleszew), Prussia, and was appointed lecturer on the Mora-Leipziger Foundation at Breslau, on 1 April 1898. His major literary efforts related to the Tosefta and included the first critical edition based on variant manuscripts (especially the Erfurt manuscript).
- "Die Erfurter Handschrift der Tosefta" (1876);
- "Die Tosefta nach den Erfurter und Wiener Handschriften" (1880–1882);
- "Spruchbuch Enthaltend Biblische Sprüche aus dem Gebetbuche" (1889);
- "Vokabularium und Grammatik zu den Hebräischen Versen des Spruchbuches I." (1890);
- This article incorporates text from a publication now in the public domain: Jewish Encyclopedia. 1901–1906.
(), by Isidore Singer, Newell Dunbar
- Moshe David Herr, Zuckermandel, Moses Samuel; in Encyclopaedia Judaica, Second Edition, Volume 21.
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