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Dov Baer, of Mezhirech, -1772

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Personal name headingDov Baer, of Mezhirech, -1772
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Variant(s)Baer, of Meseritz, -1772
Beer, of Mizricz, -1772
Dob Baer, of Mezhirechʹye, 1700 (ca.)-1772
Dob Baer, of Mezhirechʹye, -1772
Dov Baer, of Mezhirech, d. 1772
Dov Ber, di-ḳ.ḳ. Mizeriṭsh, -1772
Dov Ber, mi-Mezeriṭsh, -1772
Dov Ber, of Mezhirich, -1772
Maggid of Mezhirech, -1772
Maggid of Mezritch, -1772
Magid mi-Mezriṭsh, -1772
Meseritz, Baer of, -1772
Mezeriṭsh, Dov Ber mi-, -1772
Mezhirech, Dov Baer of, -1772
Mezhirechʹye, Dob Ber of, -1772
Mizeriṭsh, Dov Ber di-ḳ.ḳ., -1772
Mizricz, Beer of, -1772
Dov Ber, of Mezrich, -1772
Dov Ber, of Mezeritch, -1772
Dov Ber ben Avraham, of Mezeritch, -1772
Dov Ber, mi-Mezriṭsh, -1772
מגיד ממעזריטש
מגיד, ממעזריטש
מגיד, ממעזריטש, נפ׳ 1772
מגיד ממזריטש
מגיד הגדול, ממעזריטש
דב בער, פון מעזריטש
דב בער, פון מעזריטש, נפ׳ 1772
דב בער, ממעזריטש, -1772
דב בער, ממעזריטש, נ. 1772
דב בער, ממעזריטש, נפ׳ 1772
דב בער, ממזרטש, 1700?־1772
דב בער ממזריטש, נפ׳ 1772
דב בער, ממזריטש, נפ׳ 1772
דב בר, ממעזיריטש, -1772
דב בר בן אברהם, ממזריץ', נפ' 1772
דב־בער, ממזריטש
דב־בר, ממזריטש, נפ' 1772
דוב בער
דוב בער, -1772
דוב בער, נפ׳ 1772
דוב בער, שהיה מ״מ דק״ק מעזריטש, נפ׳ 1772
דוב בער, מעזריטש
דוב בער, מ״מ דק״ק מעזריטש
דוב בער, מ״מ דק״ק מעזריטש, נפ׳ 1772
דוב בער ממעזעריטש
דוב בער, ממעזריטש
דוב בער, ממעזריטש, -1772
דוב בער, ממעזריטש, נפ׳ 1772
דוב בער, ממעזריטש, נ׳ 1772
דוב בער, ממזריטש
דוב בער, ממזריטש, -1772
דוב בער, ממזריטש, נפ׳ 1772
דוב בער, מיזעריטש
דוב בער, מיזעריטש
דוב בר, ממזריטש, נפ׳ 1772
דובער בן חוה ובן אברהם, ממעזריטש, נפ׳ 1772
דובער, המגיד ממעזריטש
דובער, המגיד ממזריטש
המגיד, ממזריטש
LocatedMez︠h︡yrichchi︠a︡ (Ukraine)
Birth date1700~
Death date1772-12
Place of birthLokachi (Ukraine)
Place of deathUkraine
Field of activityJudaism Hasidism
Profession or occupationRabbis
Special noteMachine-derived non-Latin script reference project.
Non-Latin script references not evaluated.
Found inHis Magid devaraṿ le-Yaʻaḳov, 1986, c1972: CIP t.p. (mo. R. Dov Ber, m.m. di-ḳ.ḳ. Mizeriṭsh)
LC manual auth. cd. (hdg.: Dob Baer, of Mezhirechʹye, 1700 (ca.)-1772; variants: Dov Ber, of Mezhirich; Baer, of Mezhirechʹye; Beer, of Mizricz; Magid of Mezhirich)
Encyc. Judaica, c1972 (Dov Baer (the Maggid) of Mezhirech, d. 1772; early leader of Hasidism)
His Magid devaraṿ le-Yaʻaḳov, 1990: t.p. (ha-Magid Dov Ber mi-Mezeriṭsh)
Dorfman, Y. The Maggid of Mezritch, 1989.
Encyc. Judaica, 2nd ed., via WWW, 28 Oct. 2019 (Dov Baer (the Maggid) of Mezhirech; b. 1704; d. 1772; religious scholar; other names: Dov Ber of Mezritch, Maggid of Mezritch; one of the earliest and most important leaders of Ḥasidism; recognized as the successor to the Ba'al Shem Tov after the latter's passing in 1760; taught in Torchin and later Korets and Rovno; he moved to Mezhirech (Mezhirichi) which became the center of the ḥasidic movement; toward the end of his life he moved to Annopol (Hanipol); studied Kabbalah and led and ascetic way of life; had many disciples)
Wikipedia, viewed 28 Oct. 2019 (Dov Ber of Mezeritch; Dov Ber ben Avraham of Mezeritch; דב בער ממזריטש = Dov Ber mi-Mezriṭsh [in Heb., voc.]; b. 1700/1704/1710? in Lokachi; d. 4 [sic] Dec. 1772 = 19 Kislev, 5533, in Hanipol; was known as the Maggid of Mezritsh and later of Rivne; he left no writings of his own, but many of his teachings were recorded by his disciples)
Hebrew Wikipedia, viewed 28 Oc.t 2019 (דב בער ממזריטש = Dov Ber mi-Mezriṭsh; dubbed המגיד ממשריטש = ha-Magid mi-Mezriṭsh; 470 = 1710-19 Kislev 533 = 15 Detsember 1772)