Israel Abrahams

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Israel Abrahams (1858-1925) was a reader in rabbinics and Talmudic literature at Cambridge - a successor to Solomon Schechter. Abrahams founded the Jewish Historical Society of London, edited, with Claude G. Montefiore, the 'Jewish Quarterly Review' (1888-1908), contributed to many encyclopedias, and lectured widely in both England and the United States.

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