Schott, Leopold

Schott, Leopold a German rabbi, was born at Randegg, Baden, June 27, 1807. Having finished his rabbinical studies at Hechingen and Carlsruhe, in 1829 he went to Heidelberg to attend the lectures at the university, at the same time pursuing his rabbinical studies with Salomon Fürst. In 1831, after having passed his examination, he was appointed religious instructor in his native place. In 1833 he was appointed for the rabbinate of his native city. He died Jan. 20, 1869, at Buhl, Baden. He contributed a number of essays to the Zeitung des Judenthums and the Orient, and published a number of Sermons. See Fürst, Bibl. Jud. iii, 286; Kayserling, Bibliothek jüd. Kanzelredner, 2, 293 sq. (B.P.)

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