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Rabbis of Algeria
Source: Eliahu R. Marciano. Malkhei Yeshurun. Jerusalem, 2000.
Annotated Index compiled by Mathilde Tagger
With the authorization of the author




    Eliahu R. Marciano, compiled a biographical dictionary for some 850 Rabbis who lived in Algeria during the period covering the years from 1370 till 1962, after which Algeria became an independent state and Jews left the country.

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1. Surnames: Surname's spelling is not according to the Hebrew transliteration but according to that fixed in French Algeria and in use to this day.
2. Notes:
a.. Place names have been listed using their present names with their French names in brackets.
b. Years of life, if known, are in brackets.
3. Abbreviations used:
b' = ben for son of
Ch-R' = Chief Rabbi
d. = died
exp. = expelled
EY = Erets Yisrael
Fr. = France
Mor. = Morocco
Prov.=province
R' = Rabbi


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