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The 1901 Jewish Encyclopedia

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Romm Ronsburg, Bezalel B. Joel Root
Roquemartine, David Rosé, Arnold Josef Rosales, Jacob HebræUs (Immanuel Bocarro Frances Y Rosales)
Rosanes Rosanes, Jacob Rose
Rosebery, Hannah, Countess Of Rosello (Ruscelli), Mordecai Raphael Ben Jacob Rosen, Joseph B. Isaac
Rosen, Mathias Rosenau, Milton Joseph Rosenau, William
Rosenbach, Hyman Pollock Rosenbach, Ottomar Ernst Felix Rosenbacher, Arnold
Rosenbaum, Daniel Bezalel Rosenberg, Abraham Hayyim Rosenberg, Albert
Rosenberg, Julius Rosenberg, Moritz Rosenblatt, Josef Michel
Rosenblatt, Mordecai Ben Menahem Rosendale, Simon W. Rosenfeld, Jacob
Rosenfeld, Leopold Rosenfeld, Mordecai Jonah Rosenfeld, Morris
Rosenfeld, Samson Wolf Rosenfeld, Sydney Rosenhain, George
Rosenhain, Jakob (Jacques) Rosenhaupt, Moritz RosenmüLler, Ernst Friedrich Karl
Rosenroth, Baron von (Christian Knorr) Rosensohn, Moses Rosenstein, Samuel Siegmund
Rosenthal Rosenthal, David Rosenthal, David Augustus
Rosenthal, Eduard Rosenthal, Eliezer (Lazar) Rosenthal, Ferdinand
Rosenthal, Harry Louis Rosenthal, Herman Rosenthal, Isidor
Rosenthal, Jacob Rosenthal, Joseph Rosenthal, Julius
Rosenthal, Leon (Judah LöB B. Moses Ha-Levi) Rosenthal, Markus Rosenthal, Max
Rosenthal, Moritz Rosenthal, Moritz Rosenthal, Samuel
Rosenthal, Solomon Rosenthal, Toby Edward Rosenthal-Bonin, Hugo
Rosenzweig, Adolf Rosenzweig, Gerson Rosewald, Julie Eichberg
Rosewater, Andrew Rosewater, Edward Rosewater, Victor
Rosh Rosh Ha-Shanah Rosh Ha-Shanah
Rosh Yeshibah Rosin, David Rosin, Heinrich

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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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