WRITER

Leopold Zunz

1794 - 1886

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Leopold Zunz (Hebrew: יום טוב צונץ—Yom Tov Tzuntz, Yiddish: ליפמן צונץ—Lipmann Zunz; 10 August 1794 – 17 March 1886) was the founder of academic Judaic Studies (Wissenschaft des Judentums), the critical investigation of Jewish literature, hymnology and ritual. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Leopold Zunz has received more than 64,406 page views. His biography is available in 15 different languages on Wikipedia. Leopold Zunz is the 3,907th most popular writer (down from 3,507th in 2019), the 3,902nd most popular biography from Germany (down from 3,435th in 2019) and the 236th most popular German Writer.

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  • 50.52

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  • 15

    Languages Editions (L)

  • 5.46

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  • 1.70

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Notable Works

Die gottesdienstlichen Vorträge der Juden historisch entwickelt
Aggada, Bible, Criticism, interpretation
Die Synagogale Poesie des Mittelalters
Die synagogale Poesie des Mittelalters
Jewish Liturgies, Hebrew poetry, History and criticism
Zur Geschichte und Literatur
Bibliography, Hebrew, Hebrew Manuscripts
Literaturgeschichte der synagogalen Poesie
Hebrew poetry, History and criticism, Judaism
The Sufferings of the Jews During the Middle Ages
The Sufferings of the Jews During the Middle Ages
Die Synagogale Poesie des Mittelalters
Die gottesdienstlichen Vorträge der Juden historisch entwickelt
Aggada, Bible, Criticism, interpretation
Literaturgeschichte der synagogalen Poesie
Hebrew poetry, History and criticism, Judaism
Die synagogale Poesie des Mittelalters
Jewish Liturgies, Hebrew poetry, History and criticism
Zur Geschichte und Literatur
Bibliography, Hebrew, Hebrew Manuscripts

Page views of Leopold Zunzs by language

Over the past year Leopold Zunz has had the most page views in the with 7,782 views, followed by German (3,851), and Hebrew (3,286). In terms of yearly growth of page views the top 3 wikpedia editions are Hungarian (65.84%), Egyptian Arabic (60.47%), and Swedish (60.37%)

Among WRITERS

Among writers, Leopold Zunz ranks 3,907 out of 7,302Before him are Friedrich von Bodenstedt, Ioan Slavici, Ostap Vyshnya, Raffaello Giovagnoli, Fernán Caballero, and Jean Desmarets. After him are Carrie Nation, Robert E. Sherwood, Ida Fink, Pierre Jean Jouve, Fernando de Herrera, and Vera Inber.

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Contemporaries

Among people born in 1794, Leopold Zunz ranks 49Before him are Robert Liston, Abbasgulu Bakikhanov, Diederich Franz Leonhard von Schlechtendal, Gerrit Schimmelpenninck, Antoine Bussy, and Gabriel Antonio Pereira. After him are John Biscoe, Carl Joseph Begas, Prince Frederick of Prussia, Edward Robinson, Christian Albrecht Bluhme, and Jeanne Villepreux-Power. Among people deceased in 1886, Leopold Zunz ranks 38Before him are Ivan Aksakov, Duchess Agnes of Württemberg, Winfield Scott Hancock, Paul Bert, Pyotr Tkachev, and Juan Esteban Pedernera. After him are Jules Malou, Leopold, Hereditary Prince of Anhalt, Richard Dadd, Edmond Laguerre, Eduard Oscar Schmidt, and Zinovios Valvis.

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In Germany

Among people born in Germany, Leopold Zunz ranks 3,902 out of 7,253Before him are Friedrich von Bodenstedt (1819), Christian Rohlfs (1849), Emil Warburg (1846), Friedrich Wilhelm III, Duke of Saxe-Altenburg (1657), J. C. Leyendecker (1874), and Gabriele Reinsch (1963). After him are Woldemar Voigt (1850), Eduard August von Regel (1815), Jaki Liebezeit (1938), Christian Albrecht Jensen (1792), Johanna Magdalena of Saxe-Altenburg (1656), and Franz Roth (1946).

Among WRITERS In Germany

Among writers born in Germany, Leopold Zunz ranks 236Before him are Johann Most (1846), Botho Strauß (1944), Johann Baptist Allgaier (1763), Karoline von Günderrode (1780), Christian Gotthilf Salzmann (1744), and Friedrich von Bodenstedt (1819). After him are Max Lange (1832), Philipp Nicolai (1556), Emmy Hennings (1885), Wilferd Madelung (1930), Sarah Kirsch (1935), and Hans Carossa (1878).