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וייס, מקס (מיקשה) (מאיר צבי)

Weisz, Max (Miksa) (1872-1931), rabbi and scholar, born in Budapest, Hungary (then part of Austria-Hungary). He was educated at the Protestant Gymnasium and at the rabbinical seminary of Budapest.

Weisz taught, together with Wilhelm Bacher, at the Talmud Torah of the Jewish community of Pest. He then headed the department for Jewish religious instruction in Budapest.

Weisz received his rabbinic ordination at the Landesrabbinerschule. A pupil of David Kaufmann, he did research into Jewish history, history of civilization, and literature. When the Kaufmann Library became the property of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Weisz was named its archivist, and he catalogued the books and manuscripts of the library. He was custodian of the libraries of Wilhelm Bacher and Samuel Kohn.

Weisz taught at the rabbinical seminary of Budapest as successor to Wilhelm Bacher. He later succeeded Lajos Venetianer at the institute, teaching practical ministry, the doctrines of Judaism and the Hebrew language. He was district rabbi of the Jewish community of Pest from 1909 until his death, and vice-president of the national rabbinical association of Hungary.

Weisz was co-editor of “Magyar Szemle and Ha-tzofe”, Hungarian and Hebrew periodicals of the science of Judaism. His articles and essays appeared in the scholarly reviews of several other countries. His published works include: “Etika a talmudban” ("Ethics in the Talmud"; with S. Hevesi and L. Blau; 1920); “Zsido etika” ("Jewish Ethics"; 1923); “Geniza Fragmente der Bibilothek D. Kaufmann s.A. im Besitze der ungarischen Akademie der Wissenschaften”, I. (1924); “Katalog der hebraaischen Handschriften und buecher in der Bibliothek des Prof. Dr. D. Kaufmann” (1906); and edited from this collection, the ritual book “Seder Troyes” by Menahem ben Joseph (in “Sefer Yovel … Moses Aryeh Bloch” (1905), 97-137. Heb. pt., and in the same year also separately), and an Italian-Jewish “minhag” book from the 13th century (in “Ha-Zofeh, le-Hokhmat Yisrael”, 13 (1929), 217-45). As a result of his studies of the Kaufmann genizah, he published letters he had discovered, the liturgics compositions of a paytan he called Samuel (“Seridim me-ha-Genizah”, 1924), geonic texts (in: “Ve-Zot li-Yhudah… li-Khevod…Yehuda Aryeh Blau” (1926), 159-63, and “Festschrift der… Landesrabbinerschule” (Heb. pt., (1927), 77-97). He also wrote: “Kozepkori zsido etikusok” ("Jewish Ethics of the Middle Ages", 1929) “Bibliographie der Schriften M. Kayserkings” (1929); and “Minhag Tob” (1930).
תאריך לידה:
1872
תאריך פטירה:
1931
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בודפשט
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מלומדים
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רבי
מספר פריט:
119404
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וייס, מקס (מיקשה) (מאיר צבי)
Weisz, Max (Miksa) (1872-1931), rabbi and scholar, born in Budapest, Hungary (then part of Austria-Hungary). He was educated at the Protestant Gymnasium and at the rabbinical seminary of Budapest.

Weisz taught, together with Wilhelm Bacher, at the Talmud Torah of the Jewish community of Pest. He then headed the department for Jewish religious instruction in Budapest.

Weisz received his rabbinic ordination at the Landesrabbinerschule. A pupil of David Kaufmann, he did research into Jewish history, history of civilization, and literature. When the Kaufmann Library became the property of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Weisz was named its archivist, and he catalogued the books and manuscripts of the library. He was custodian of the libraries of Wilhelm Bacher and Samuel Kohn.

Weisz taught at the rabbinical seminary of Budapest as successor to Wilhelm Bacher. He later succeeded Lajos Venetianer at the institute, teaching practical ministry, the doctrines of Judaism and the Hebrew language. He was district rabbi of the Jewish community of Pest from 1909 until his death, and vice-president of the national rabbinical association of Hungary.

Weisz was co-editor of “Magyar Szemle and Ha-tzofe”, Hungarian and Hebrew periodicals of the science of Judaism. His articles and essays appeared in the scholarly reviews of several other countries. His published works include: “Etika a talmudban” ("Ethics in the Talmud"; with S. Hevesi and L. Blau; 1920); “Zsido etika” ("Jewish Ethics"; 1923); “Geniza Fragmente der Bibilothek D. Kaufmann s.A. im Besitze der ungarischen Akademie der Wissenschaften”, I. (1924); “Katalog der hebraaischen Handschriften und buecher in der Bibliothek des Prof. Dr. D. Kaufmann” (1906); and edited from this collection, the ritual book “Seder Troyes” by Menahem ben Joseph (in “Sefer Yovel … Moses Aryeh Bloch” (1905), 97-137. Heb. pt., and in the same year also separately), and an Italian-Jewish “minhag” book from the 13th century (in “Ha-Zofeh, le-Hokhmat Yisrael”, 13 (1929), 217-45). As a result of his studies of the Kaufmann genizah, he published letters he had discovered, the liturgics compositions of a paytan he called Samuel (“Seridim me-ha-Genizah”, 1924), geonic texts (in: “Ve-Zot li-Yhudah… li-Khevod…Yehuda Aryeh Blau” (1926), 159-63, and “Festschrift der… Landesrabbinerschule” (Heb. pt., (1927), 77-97). He also wrote: “Kozepkori zsido etikusok” ("Jewish Ethics of the Middle Ages", 1929) “Bibliographie der Schriften M. Kayserkings” (1929); and “Minhag Tob” (1930).
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