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Adolf Neubauer 1831-1901

Adolf Neubauer, scholar, author, librarian and bibliographer, was one of the first Jews to gain an academic appointment at Oxford University. He is primarily remembered

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notable modern

The First Oxford Jewish Graduate?

In 1963 The Oxford Magazine published an article by Dr Cecil Roth commemorating the graduation of Sackville Davis, the first Jew to graduate from Oxford

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further reading

The King’s Jews

New Book recommended by the Oxford Jewish Heritage Committee The King’s Jews: Money, Massacre and Exodus in Medieval England, by Robin R Mundill, publ. by

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Oxford Mail Feature

“Oxford’s forgotten sons and daughters”; an article of this name appeared in the Oxford Mail in October 2010. To see this article click here

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modern personalities

Isaac Abendana

Born in the mid 17C – died 17th July 1699. Hebraist and book collector was born in Spain, brother of the celebrated Jacob Abendana, the

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