Vilna Gaon


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  • Vilna Gaon — Infobox Person name = Vilna Gaon image size = 210px caption = birth date = Birth date|1720|04|23 birth place = death date = Death date and age|1797|10|09|1720|04|23 death place = Vilnius, Lithuania resting place = Vilnius, Lithuania resting place …   Wikipedia

  • Vilna Gaon — Gaon von Wilna. Elijah Ben Salomon Salman, der Gaon von Wilna, (* 1720 in Selez bei Hrodna, heute Weißrussland; † 1797 in Vilnius) war ein Rabbi und Gelehrter. Als begabter Sohn einer angesehenen Rabbinerfamilie genoss Elijah Salman ab frühester… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Elijah ben Solomon Zalman (Vilna Gaon) — (1720 97)    Lithuanian talmudist. After travelling throughout Poland and Germany he eventually settled in Vilna. He encouraged the translation of works on natural science, but was opposed to philosophy and the Haskalah. He also led the oppositon …   Dictionary of Jewish Biography

  • Gaon de Vilna — Eliyahou ben Shlomo Zalman[1], plus connu comme le Gaon de Vilna Le Génie de Vilna simplement par son acronyme hébraïque HaGRA ( HaGaon Rabbénou Eliyahu Notre Maître Élie, le Génie), ((הגר א (הגאון רבינו אליהו) (Vilna, 23 avril 1720 9 octobre… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Gaon De Vilna — Eliyah ben Shlomo Zalman[1], plus connu comme le Gaon de Vilna ou le Gra (acronyme de Gaon Rabbi Eliyahou), (Vilnius, 23 avril 1720 9 octobre …   Wikipédia en Français

  • VILNA — (Pol. Wilno, Lithuanian Vilnius), from 1323 capital of the grand duchy of lithuania ; from 1940 to 1991 capital of the Lithuanian S.S.R.; from 1991 capital of Lithuania; called by East European Jewry, especially in the modern period, the… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Gaón de Vilna — Gaón de Vilna. El Gaón (Góen, en la pronunciacion ashkenazí) de Vilna o Gro (23 de abril de 1720 9 de octubre de 1797), fue un prominente rabino judío, erudito de Talmud, y Cábala. Su verdadero nombre era Eliyohu Ben Shlomó Zalman Kremer ( o… …   Wikipedia Español

  • Gaon (Hebrew) — Gaon ( Pride [of] ; Late medieval and modern Hebrew for genius ) may refer to:* One of the Geonim, that is to say the heads of the two major academies, at Pumbedita and Sura, and later in Baghdad, during the period 589 1040. Prominent Geonim are …   Wikipedia

  • Vilna Ghetto — The Vilna Ghetto or Vilnius Ghetto was one of the Jewish ghettos established by Nazi Germany in the city of Vilnius during the Holocaust in World War II. During roughly two years of its existence, starvation, disease, street executions,… …   Wikipedia

  • Gaon von Wilna — Der Gaon von Wilna Elijah Ben Salomon Salman, der Gaon von Wilna, (* 23. April 1720 in Selez bei Hrodna, Polen Litauen, heute Weißrussland; † 9. Oktober 1797 in Vilnius, Polen Litauen) war …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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