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Maggid of Dubna (R. Yaakov Wolf Krantz)

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Maggid of Dubna (R. Yaakov Wolf Krantz): Rabbi Yaakov Krantz, 1741-1804; famous European preacher, best known for his parables
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Tevet 17 is also the yahrtzeit of Rabbi Yaakov Wolf Krantz (1740-1804), the Maggid (preacher) of Dubna, particularly known for the parables (meshalim) he employed in his sermons and writings.
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