- A Jew whose wealth or social connexions enabled him to intercede with rulers on behalf of his fellow-Jews.
Who’s Who in Jewish History after the period of the Old Testament. Joan Comay . 2012.
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SHTADLAN — SHTADLAN, a representative of the Jewish community with access to high dignitaries and legislative bodies. The name is derived from the Aramaic root שדל which in its reflexive form has the meaning to make an effort or to intercede on behalf of.… … Encyclopedia of Judaism
Shtadlan — A Shtadlan was an intercessor figure who represented interests of the local Jewish community (such as those of a town s ghetto) in Medieval Europe, and worked as a lobbyist negotiating for the safety of Jews with the authorities holding power.… … Wikipedia
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Josel Of Rosheim — ▪ German Jewish advocate also called Joselmann, or Joselin, Of Rosheim, or Joseph Ben Gershon Loans born c. 1478, Alsace? died March 1554, Rosheim, Alsace [now in France] famous shtadlan (advocate who protected the interests and pled the… … Universalium
Joseph (Josel, Joselmann) ben-Gershom of Rosheim — (c. 1478–1554) German Jewish leader (shtadlan). Joseph first came to the fore in 1510 when he was elected ‘warden and leader’ of the Jewish communities of Alsace. In 1514 he was imprisoned with fellow Jews on the familiar charge of stealing… … Who’s Who in Jewish History after the period of the Old Testament
BARUCH BEN DAVID YAVAN — (18th cent.), court jew of the Polish king August III, financier of his minister Count Bruehl. He was a leader in the council of four lands and as shtadlan for the Council used his influence at court for furthering Jewish causes. Baruch received… … Encyclopedia of Judaism
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GREAT POLAND — (Pol. Wielkopolska; Heb. פּוֹלִין גָּדוֹל), historic administrative unit of Poland Lithuania, and a Jewish historical geographical entity within the framework of the councils of the lands . The region, which lay on both sides of the Warta River,… … Encyclopedia of Judaism
Judenrat — Judenräte (singular Judenrat; German for Jewish council ) were administrative bodies during the Second World War that the Germans required Jews to form in the German occupied territory of Poland, and later in the occupied territories of the… … Wikipedia