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Margoliouth, David Samuellocked

  • A. F. L. Beeston


Margoliouth, David Samuel (1858–1940), orientalist, born in London on 17 October 1858, was the only son of Ezekiel Margoliouth and Sarah, née Iglitzki. His father had converted from Judaism to Anglicanism, and thereafter worked in Bethnal Green as a missionary to the Jews; he was a close friend and probably a relation of the Anglican convert ...

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