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Navon, Yitsḥaḳ, 1921-2015

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Personal name headingNavon, Yitsḥaḳ, 1921-2015
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Variant(s)Navon, Yitsḥaḳ
Navon, Itzhak, 1921-2015
Navon, Yitzchak, 1921-2015
Navon, Yitzhak, 1921-2015
Navon, Yiẓḥak, 1921-2015
נבון, יצחק, 1921-2015
Associated countryIsrael
Birth date1921-04-09
Death date2015-11-06
Place of birthJerusalem
Place of deathJerusalem
AffiliationIsrael. Miśrad ha-ḥinukh ṿeha-tarbut
Israel. Keneset
Israel. Keneset
Mifleget ha-ʻavodah ha-Yiśreʼelit
Rafi (Political party)
Profession or occupationPresidents
Legislators Cabinet officers
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Found inIsrael. Netsivut sherut ha-medinah. Tadrikh le-katvanit, 1957.
His The six days and the seven gates, c1979: t.p. (Yitzhak Navon)
Enc. Judaica, 1971 (Navon, Yiẓḥak)
Kiryat sefer, 1978: v. 53 (Navon, Yitsḥaḳ; Itzhak Navon)
Bamat dor, 1988: p. 48 (Yitzchak Navon, Minister of Education and Culture, [Israel])
Kol ha-derekh, c2015: t.p. (יצחק נבון = Yitsḥaḳ Navon)
Enc. Judaica, c2007 (Navon, Yitzhak; b. 1921; president of Israel, 1978-1983)
New York times WWW site, viewed Nov. 9, 2015 (in obituary published Nov. 8: Yitzhak Navon; b. Apr. 9, 1921, Jerusalem; d. there late Friday night [Nov. 6, 2015], aged 94; took part in the founding of Israel, served as its fifth president, from 1978 to 1983, in a largely ceremonial role, and then returned to politics as a Labor Party legislator and minister of education; first elected to the Knesset in 1965 as a member of David Ben-Gurion's Rafi Party, which later aligned with other political factions to form the Labor Party)
Wikipedia, viewed Nov. 9, 2015 (Yitzhak Navon; b. Apr. 9, 1921, Jerusalem; d. there Nov. 7, 2015; served as fifth president of Israel, May 24, 1978-May 5, 1983, as a member of the center-left Alignment party)
Associated languageheb