Using the Jewish Encyclopedia as a Source for Further Info #hungary #rabbinic


Adam Cherson
 

Earlier today I was reading an article in the freely available Jewish Encyclopedia (https://www.jewishencyclopedia.com/articles/1037-akiba-ha-kohen-of-ofen) and at the end of the article I saw this as the source of the information in the article:

Bibliography:
  • Frumkin, Eben Shemuel, pp. 111 et seq.;
I would like to try to access this book, which I take to be called Eben Shemuel (or perhaps published by Eben Shemuel) by a person named Frumkin. I've tried some general online searches using this string but didn't find such a book. Is there a way to get a more complete citation in the Jewish Encyclopedia? Since the online version is presented only as a group of searchable articles, I cannot seem to access a section of the Encyclopedia where all the bibliographical references might be listed, perhaps more expansively with the name of the publisher, year, and place of publication, etc. Has anyone been able to delve further into books listed at the end of Jewish Encyclopedia articles? How may I proceed?

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Adam Cherson
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Adam Cherson

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