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Margoliouth, Moses (1815–1881), Hebrew scholar and convert from Judaism  

David S. Katz

Margoliouth, Moses (1815–1881), Hebrew scholar and convert from Judaism, was born in Suwałki, Poland, son of a prosperous local merchant named Gershon Margoliouth (d. c.1852), apparently originally surnamed Epstein or Epszteyn. In 1834 Moses Margoliouth married Chaja Goldberg (1818–1870), daughter of writer and historian ...

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Moses Margoliouth (1815–1881) by John William Cook, pubd 1850 [with the marble head of Empress Theodora, discovered among the ruins of Carthage] © National Portrait Gallery, London

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Veil, Charles Marie de (1630–1685x91), religious convert and biblical commentator  

Stephen Wright

Veil, Charles Marie de (1630–1685x91), religious convert and biblical commentator, was born in the Jewish quarter of Metz, then an imperial city, but from 1648 part of France, the grandson of Jaquetiel David (d. 1679) and son of David Weil (d...