Flekeles, Eleazar Ben-david

Flekeles, Eleazar ben-David a Jewish rabbi, was born at Prague in 1754, and died there in 1826, leaving אִהֲבִת דָּוַד, a disquisition and criticism of the sect of the Sabbathaeans in Prague, (1800): — צַבּוּר עוֹלִת, a collection of derashas, in which he vents his ire against the translators of the Bible, especially against the school of Moses Mendelssohn (1787): — הֵקּדֶשׁ מלֶאכֶת , on the holy names of God in the Scripture (1812). See Furst, Bibl. Jud. 1:283 sq.; Spitz, אֶלעָזָר זַכרוֹן , or Biography of Flekeles (Prague, 1827). (B.P.)

 
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