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Raphael Meldola (–), an industrial chemist and keen naturalist, under the influence of Darwin, brought new German studies on evolution by natural selection that appeared in the s to the attention of the British scientific community. Meldola’s special interest was in mimicry among butterflies; through this he became a prominent by: 4. MELDOLA, RAPHAEL(b. London, England, 19 July ; d. London, 16 November )chemistry, biology, science l Meldola was the son of Samuel Meldola and grandson of Raphael Meldola, the chief rabbi of London during the first half of the nineteenth century. Of sephardic lineage, the family traced its ancestry back through sixteen generations to Toledo in the late thirteenth.
Raphael Meldola (), was the son of Moses Hezekiah Meldola (), professor of Oriental languages in Paris. Raphael was born in Leghorn (Livorno), Italy in He received a thorough university training, both in theological and in secular branches, and displayed such remarkable talents that when only fifteen years old he was permitted to take. Son of David Meldola (No. 4) born about the middle of the fifteenth century died during the earlier half of the sixteenth century. He was ḥ akam of the Jewish community of Mantua, and also a court councilor. Son of Raphael Meldola (No. 5) born during the latter part of the fifteenth century died
Chapter Thirteen. Abraham Ben Raphael Meldola And The Resumption Of Printing In Livorno in Studies in the Making of the Early Hebrew BookAuthor: M.J. Heller. Raphael Meldola (Livorno London ) Posted on November 9, by Dan Raphael Meldola (), was the son of Moses Hezekiah Meldola (), professor of Oriental languages in Paris.
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Cited by: Raphael Meldola was descended from an old, Sephardi family originating in the 13th century from Toledo, Spain, and numbering many rabbis and scholars through the generations. His father was a rabbi and also professor of oriental studies at the University of Paris. His grandfather was a haham (senior rabbi) in tion: • Rabbi.
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2 Rabbi Raphael Meldola. The career and writings of Raphael Meldola (–) provide an excellent starting point for our examination of the dynamics of religious normativity in the Mediterranean areas of the Western Sephardic diaspora. 14 Born into a long-established rabbinic family, 15 Meldola received his education in his native Livorno at the height of that Tuscan Jewish Author: Bernard Dov Cooperman.
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ISBN. EAN. Raphael Meldola, the Author, was a British rabbi and son of Moses Hezekiah Meldola (–). Raphael was born in Leghorn, received rabbinical ordination there from R. Azulai (Chidah) inbecame a dayyan inand in /05 was appointed haham of the Sephardi community in London—an office vacant since the death of.
Raphael Meldola: Son of Samuel Meldola, youngest son of Raphael Meldola (No. 15); English naturalist and chemist; born in London in In he was sent by the Royal Society to the Nicobar Islands in charge of an eclipse expedition.
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Book digitized by Google from the library of the New York Public Library and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Notes. MELDOLA, RAPHAEL (–), Jewish theologian, son of Rabbi Hezekiah Meldola (d.
), was born at Leghorn in His forefathers through many generations were eminent rabbis; his grandfather was Raphael Meldola, the author of a collection of responsa called ‘Mayim Rabbim.’.
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