Bamberger, Seligmann Baer

Bamberger, Seligmann Baer a Jewish rabbi of Germany, was born at Wiesenbroin, near Kitzingen, in the year 1807. At the age of fourteen he went to Furth to attend the Talmudical lectures there. In 1840 he was appointed to the rabbinate at Wurzburg, where he became the centre of orthodox Judaism. In 1864 he founded a seminary for Jewish teachers, and had, besides, a school in which he lectured on Talmudical topics. He died Oct. 13, 1878. Bamberger exerted a great influence in the congregations belonging to his superintendency. He also published some works pertaining to Jewish ritualism, which are mentioned int Lippe's אסŠ המזכיר, or Bibliographisches Lexikon der gesammten judischen Literatur der Gegenwart (Vienna, 1879), s.v. (B. P.)

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