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The 1901 Jewish Encyclopedia
Russian Talmudist and cabalist; lived at Strizhov (Strizhovka) in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. He was the author of many cabalistic and homiletic works, among them being: "'Olam Eḥad," homilies on the unity of God, Zolkiev; "'Olam Hafuk," explanation of contrasts, Zolkiev; "'Olam Barur," cabalistic homilies, Lemberg; "'Olam ha-Gadol," also called "Midrash li-Ferushim," seventy cabalistic homilies on Genesis 33:18 (thirty on the spheres and lights, and forty on the Jewish holidays), Zolkiev, 1800. Fürst ("Bibl. Jud." 1:281) and Benjacob ("Oẓar ha-Sefarim," p. 539) ascribe to Eliezer ben Isaac Fischel a work called "Parashat Eliezer," a commentary to "Ḳarnayim," the cabalistic work of Aaron b. Abraham, and to its commentary, the "Dan Yadin" of Samson of Ostropoli, Jitomir, 1805.
- Steinschneider, Cal. Bodl. col. 956;
- Walden, Shem ha-Gedolim he-Ḥadash, 2:58;
- Fuenn, Keneset Yisrael, p. 131.
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Singer, Isidore, Ph.D, Projector and Managing Editor. Entry for 'Strischow, Eliezer'. 1901 The Jewish Encyclopedia. https://www.studylight.org/encyclopedias/eng/tje/s/strischow-eliezer.html. 1901.
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