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The 1901 Jewish Encyclopedia

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Isaac Ben Samson Ha-Kohen Isaac Ben Samuel Ha-Levi Isaac Ben Samuel Ha-Sefardi
Isaac Ben Samuel Ha-ZaḳEn Isaac Ben Samuel of Acre Isaac Ben Samuel of Narbonne
Isaac Ben Sheshet Barfat (Ribash) Isaac Ben Solomon Isaac Ben Solomon Ha-Kohen
Isaac Ben Todros Isaac Dẹ Castro Isaac de Leon
Isaac Ha-Kohen of Manosque Isaac Ha-Kohen of Narbonne Isaac Ha-Kohen of Ostrog
Isaac Ha-Levi of Worms Isaac Ibn ḥAlfon, Abu Ibrahim Isaac Ibn Barun, Abu Ibrahim
Isaac Ibn Gabbai Isaac Ibn Jasos Ibn SaḳṭAr Isaac Ibn Sid (Zag; çAg)
Isaac Israeli Isaac Joshua Ben Immanuel de Lattes Isaac Leon Ben Eliezer Ibn ẓUr Sefardi
Isaac Nathan Ben Kalonymus Isaac of Acco Isaac of Evreux
Isaac of Norwich (Isaac B. Eliab) Isaac Pulgar Isaac the Blind
Isaac Tyrnau Isaac, Johann Levita Isaac, Marc Jacob
Isaac, Samuel Isaacs, Abram Samuel Isaacs, Isaac A.
Isaacs, Jacob Isaacs, Myer Samuel Isaacs, Nathaniel
Isaacs, Rebecca Isaacs, Samuel Hillel Isaacs, Samuel Myer
Isaacs, Sir Henry Aaron Isabella I Isaiah
Isaiah (Ben Elijah) Di Trani (the Younger) Isaiah (Ben Mali) Di Trani (the Elder; Rid) Isaiah Ben Abba Mari
Isaiah Ben Abraham Isaiah Berlin Isaiah Menahem Ben Isaac
Isaiah, Ascension Of Isaiah, Book Of Iscariot
Iscovescu, Barbu (Judah) Ise (Isi, Jose) Ben Judah Ish-Bosheth
Ishmael Ishmael B. Abraham Ha-Kohen Ishmael B. Elisha
Ishmael B. Johanan B. BaroḳA Ishmael B. Jose B. Halafta Ishmael Ben ḲImḥIt (ḲAmḥIt)
Ishmael Ben Phabi (Fiabi) Ii. Ishmael of Akbara Ishmael, Son of Nethaniah
Isidor, Lazard Isidorus Hispalensis Isis
Islam Islami, 'Abd Al-ḥaḳḳ aḳ Isler, Meyer

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The 1901 Jewish Encyclopedia, prepared by more than four hundred scholars and specalists, was a descriptive record of the history, religion, literature and customs of the Jewish people from the earliest times to the present day.

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