Joseph Jacobs

Joseph Jacobs
n. (1854-1916) Jewish historian and folklorist, editor of an edition of "The Jewish Encyclopedia" and a collection of Aesop's fables

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  • Joseph Jacobs — (29 août 1854 – 30 janvier 1916) est un historien de la littérature et du judaïsme. Membre du comité éditorial de la Jewish Encyclopaedia, il fut aussi un folkloriste remarquable, qui créa plusieurs collections bien connues de contes de fées.… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Joseph Jacobs — (* 29. August 1854 in Sydney; † 30. Januar 1916) war ein jüdischer Historiker, der sich vor allem mit Literatur befasste. Er war nicht nur einer der Verfasser der Jewish Encyclopedia, sondern zeigte sich auch für einige bemerkenswerte… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Joseph Jacobs — For other people named Joseph Jacobs, see Joseph Jacobs (disambiguation). Joseph Jacobs Born August 29, 1854(1854 08 29) Australia Died January 30, 1916(1916 01 30) (aged 61) United States Occupation …   Wikipedia

  • Joseph Jacobs (scientist) — Dr Joseph Jacobs was one of the scientists responsible for creating DDT. Belying the oft repeated claim that DDT is highly dangerous to human beings, he told Joseph Farah of falling into a vat of DDT and emerging unscathed with no after effects.… …   Wikipedia

  • Marcellus and Joseph Jacobs — Marcellus and Joseph Jacobs, brothers who started Jacabs Wind Electric Co. together in 1925. Jacobs Wind is the oldest U.S. small wind turbine brand …   Wikipedia

  • Jacobs (Familienname) — Jacobs ist ein Familienname. Er leitet sich vom Vornamen Jakob ab. Bekannte Namensträger Inhaltsverzeichnis A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Jacobs Wind — Electric Co. Inc.[1] is the oldest small wind turbine company in the United States. It has been designing consumer wind systems sized to the changing distributed electric loads of their periods since the mid 1920s. The firm was started by… …   Wikipedia

  • JACOBS, JOSEPH — (1854–1916), Jewish historian, folklorist, and scholar. He was born in Sydney, Australia, studied in England, and, after graduating in history in Cambridge, went to complete his studies in Berlin where he worked under Steinschneider. On his… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Joseph Ḳimḥi — Joseph Kimhi …   Wikipédia en Français

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