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The 1901 Jewish Encyclopedia

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Azaziah Azban, Mordecai ben Isaac Azbuk Azekah Azel Azevedo, Daniel Cohen D' Azevedo, David Cohen D' Azevedo, David Salom D' Azevedo, Francisco D' Azevedo, Moses Cohen D' Azgad Azharot Aziel Aẓilut Azmaveth Azores Azotus Azov Azriel Azriel (Ezra) ben Menahem (ben Solomon) Azriel B. Ḥayyim Trabotta Azriel B. Moses ha-Levi Azriel B. Yehiel Ascoli Azriel ben Moses Meshel, of Wilna Azrikam Azubah Azubib, Joseph B. Nehorai Azubib, Nehorai B. Saadia Azulai, Azulay Azzur Çapateiro, Joseph Ḥabar Ḥabaẓẓelet Ḥaber Ḥabib, Jacob (ben Solomon) Ibn Ḥabib, Joseph Ibn Ḥabib, Levi ben Jacob Ibn Ḥabib, Moses B. Shem-Ṭob Ibn Ḥabib, Moses Ibn Ḥabillo (Chavillo), Elisha ben Solomon Ḥabillo (Xabillo), Elijah ben Joseph (Maestro Manoel) Ḥabillo, Simon ben Judah ben David Ḥad Gadya Ḥaddad, Isaac Ḥadida, Abraham ben Judah Ḥadith Ḥafz (Ibn al-Birr) al-Ḳuṭi Ḥagiz, Jacob Ḥagiz, Moses Ḥagiz, Samuel ben Jacob ben Samuel, of Fez Ḥajes, Menahem Manus Ḥajes, Ẓebi Hirsch B. Meïr Ḥakam Ḥaḳan, Samuel (Samuel ha-Levi Ibn Ḥakim) Ḥakman Ibn Ishmael Ḥalafta Ḥalafta (2) Ḥalafta (Ḥilfai) B. Ḳaruya, Abba Ḥalafta of Huna (Huga, Hewah, Ḥefa) Ḥalafta of Kefar Hananiah, R Ḥalakah Ḥalalah Ḥalayo, David ben Samuel Ḥaleb Ḥalfan, Uri Sheraga Phoebus ben Eliezer Manneles Ḥalfon, Abba Mari Ḥalfon, Abraham ben Raphael Ḥalfon, Elijah Menahem Ḥalilah Ḥaliẓah Ḥallah Ḥaluḳḳah Ḥama Ḥama B. Bisa (Bisai) Ḥama B. Ḥanina

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The 1901 Jewish Encyclopedia, prepared by more than four hundred scholars and specalists, was a descriptive record of the history, religion, literature and customs of the Jewish people from the earliest times to the present day.

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