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Reinette l’Oranaise

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see Daoud, Reinette Sultana Norman A. Stillman

Ratti-Menton, Benoît Ulysse-Laurent-François, Count de

(13 words)

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see Damascus Affair (1840) Norman A. Stillman

Hayatizâde Mustafa Efendi

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see Abravanel, Moses ben Raphael Norman A. Stillman

Onomastics

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see Names and Naming Practices - Kurdistan Names and Naming Practices - Yemen Norman A. Stillman

North Africa

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see Maghreb Norman A. Stillman

Turin

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see Italy Norman A. Stillman

Nāʾib

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see Nagid Norman A. Stillman

Rio di Janeiro

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see Brazil Norman A. Stillman

Anqāwa (Al-Naqawa), Ephraim

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Author(s): Norman A. Stillman
Ephraim ben Israel Anqāwa (fl. late 14th to early 15th century), known to his devotees simply as Rab (Heb. master), was a Sephardi rabbinical scholar, philosopher, and physician who became a leading saint in the Maghrebi Jewish pantheon of holy men (Heb. ṣaddiqim). His tomb in Tlemcen became an important site of pilgrimage (Ar. ziyāra). Ephraim was born in Toledo, where his family had lived since the twelfth century and had their own synagogue, established by his great-uncle Abraham ben Samuel, who was murdered in 1341. Ephraim’s father, Israel ha-Qadosh (Heb. the martyr), was the …

Identité et Dialogue

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see Azoulay, André; Assaraf, Robert; Berdugo, Serge Norman A. Stillman

Cizye (Poll Tax)

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see Taxation Norman A. Stillman

Izhakova, Barno

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see Music Norman A. Stillman

Salom

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see Shalom Norman A. Stillman

Ghardaia

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see Mzab Norman A. Stillman Bibliography 750

Sanua, James

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see Ṣanūʿ (Sanua), Yaʿqūb (James) Norman A. Stillman

Anqāwa (Al-Naqawa), Raphael

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Raphael ben Mordechai Anqāwa (Raphaël Encaoua and also Ankaoua in the usual French transcription) was a leading Moroccan halakhic authority. The scion of a distinguished Sephardi rabbinical family, he was born in Salé in 1848. He was a pupil of Issachar Assaraf, the chief rabbi of Salé, whose daughter he married. At the relatively young age of thirty-two, he was appointed dayyan in Salé. His reputation for judicial acumen spread his name throughout Morocco. In 1910, he published his collection of responsa Qarne Reʾem (The Horns of the Buffalo) in Jerusalem, which enhanced…

Ladino

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Author(s): Norman A. Stillman
see Judeo-Spanish Literature Norman A. Stillman

Arabia

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see ; Aden; Bahrain (Bahrayn); Hadramawt;Hijaz; Yemen Norman A. Stillman
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