The early acharonim: biographical sketches of the prominent early rabbinic sages and leaders from the fifteenth-seventeenth centuries
Biographical sketches of 300 great sages and leaders from the 15th-17th centuries. A panoramic range of biographies of great men from all Jewish communities such as Arizal, R' Yosef Caro, Maharsha, R' Menashe ben Yisrael as Jewish life moved eastward.
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