Neumark, Jehuda Lob

Neumark, Jehuda Lob (BEN-DAVID), OF HANAU, a Jewish writer of note, flourished near the opening of the 18th century. He died April 9, 1723. Jablonski (q.v.) mentions Neumark in the preface to his Biblia Hebraica cum noiis Hebraicis (Berlin, 1699) as the author of a Hebrew Grammar, entitled שֹׁרֶשׁ יהוּדָה (Frankfort-on-the-Main, 1693), which was long used and valued. In the preface to this grammar Neumark gives a history of the best Hebrew grammarians, and criticises very sharply the neglect of Hebrew philology. See Furst, Bibl. Judaica, 3:31; De Rossi, Dizionario storico degli autori Ebrei, page 245 (Germ. trainsl.); Kalisch, Hebr. Grammar, 2:35; Steinschneider, Bibliographisches Handbuch, page 101; Catalogus Libr. Hebr. in Bibl. Bodleiana, page 1364; Zunz, Monatstage des Kalenderjahres, page 18 (Berlin, 1872; Engl. transl. by the Reverend B. Pick in Jewish Messenger, New York, 1874). (B.P.)

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