Baron David Goratsiyevich Günzburg (Барон Давид Горациевич Гинцбург David Goratsievich Gintsburg, 5 July 1857, Kamianets-Podilskyi - 22 December 1910, St. Petersburg), 3th Baron de Günzburg, was a Russian orientalist and Jewish communal leader. He was the son of Baron Horace Günzburg, who was ennobled by the Grand Duchy of Darmstadt-Hesse in 1871 and co-founded World ORT, a non-profit non-governmental organization whose mission is the advancement of Jewish and other people through vocational training and education, with past or present involvement in over 100 countries.

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  • Baron David Goratsiyevich Günzburg (Барон Давид Горациевич Гинцбург David Goratsievich Gintsburg, 5 July 1857, Kamianets-Podilskyi - 22 December 1910, St. Petersburg), 3th Baron de Günzburg, was a Russian orientalist and Jewish communal leader. He was the son of Baron Horace Günzburg, who was ennobled by the Grand Duchy of Darmstadt-Hesse in 1871 and co-founded World ORT, a non-profit non-governmental organization whose mission is the advancement of Jewish and other people through vocational training and education, with past or present involvement in over 100 countries. Günzburg was born in present-day Ukraine, then part of the Russian Empire. He was educated at home, his teachers being Adolf Neubauer, Senior Sachs, and Hirsch Rabinovich. At the age of twenty he received the degree of "candidate" at St. Petersburg University, after having attended the lectures of Stanislas Guyard at Paris and Baron Rosen at St. Petersburg; later he studied Arabic poetry under Orientalist Wilhelm Ahlwardt (1828-1909) at Greifswald (1879–80). He edited the Tarshish of Rabbi Moses ibn Ezra in a fascicle which was issued by the Meqitze Nirdamim Society, and prepared for the press the Arabic translation of the same work, with a commentary. He published also Ibn Guzman (Berlin), and wrote a series of articles on "Metrics", published in the memoirs of the Oriental Department of the Russian Archeological Society (1893) and of the Neo-Philological Society (1892), in the "Journal" of the Ministry of Public Instruction of Russia, and elsewhere. Günzburg was an enthusiastic patron of Jewish art, and published, with Stassov, L'Ornement Hébreu (Berlin, 1903). In this book he gives examples of Jewish ornamentation from various manuscripts from Syria, Africa, and Yemen. He edited a catalogue of the manuscripts in the Institute for Oriental Languages. He also contributed largely to the Revue des Études Juives, to the Revue Critique, to Voskhod, to Ha-Yom, and to the collections of articles in honor of Zunz, Steinschneider, Baron Rosen, etc. Günzburg's personal library was one of the largest private libraries in Europe, and contained many rare books and manuscripts. He was one of the trustees of the St. Petersburg community, a member of the "Committee for the Promotion of Culture Among the Jews of Russia", the central committee of the Jewish Colonization Association, the Society for Oriental Studies, the Scientific Committee of the Russian Department of Public Instruction, and a life-member of the Archeological Society of St. Petersburg and of the Société Asiatique of Paris. He was a contributor to the Jewish Encyclopedia as Baron David von Günzburg (D. G.). In the film Nijinsky (1980), directed by Herbert Ross, Baron de Günzburg is played by Alan Badel. Günzburg's great-granddaughter is the American author Monique Raphel High. He is not David Naumovich Ginzburg (Давид Наумович Гинзбург) (1890-1938) (en)
  • ダヴィト・ゴラツィエヴィチ・ギンヅブルク(Давид Горациевич Гинцбург, David Goratsievich Gintsburg, 1857年7月5日 - 1910年12月22日)は、帝政ロシアの東洋学者、男爵。Günzburgとも表記する。 大富豪ゴラツィー・ギンヅブルクの息子としてカーメネツェツ=ポドルスクに生まれ、家庭で教育を受ける。パリやペテルブルクで学んだ後、20歳のときにペテルブルク大学からcandidateの学位を取得。のちに、東洋学者ヴィルヘルム・アールヴァルトとグライフスヴァルトのもとでアラビア語の詩を学んだ。 ヨーロッパ有数の蔵書家であり、多数の稀覯本や貴重な手稿を所持していた。彼はまたユダヤ美術の熱烈なパトロンでもあった。シリアやアフリカやイエメンから取り寄せた古いユダヤの手稿を収集し、その装飾を研究して、スタソフと共に『ヘブライの装飾品』(1903年ベルリン)という本を上梓したこともある。 ジューイッシュ・エンサイクロペディアの寄稿者の一人でもあった。 この記事にはパブリックドメインである次の文書本文が含まれる: Singer, Isidore; et al., eds. (1901–1906). "要記事名". Jewish Encyclopedia. New York: Funk & Wagnalls Company. (ja)
  • Барон Давид Горациевич Гинцбург (1857—1910) — российский востоковед, гебраист, арабист, писатель и общественный деятель из рода Гинцбургов. Спонсор издания и общий редактор Еврейской энциклопедии Брокгауза и Эфрона. (ru)
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  • 1857-7-5
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  • Günzburg, David, Baron
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  • Herman Rosenthal and S. Janovsky
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  • July 2013
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  • ダヴィト・ゴラツィエヴィチ・ギンヅブルク(Давид Горациевич Гинцбург, David Goratsievich Gintsburg, 1857年7月5日 - 1910年12月22日)は、帝政ロシアの東洋学者、男爵。Günzburgとも表記する。 大富豪ゴラツィー・ギンヅブルクの息子としてカーメネツェツ=ポドルスクに生まれ、家庭で教育を受ける。パリやペテルブルクで学んだ後、20歳のときにペテルブルク大学からcandidateの学位を取得。のちに、東洋学者ヴィルヘルム・アールヴァルトとグライフスヴァルトのもとでアラビア語の詩を学んだ。 ヨーロッパ有数の蔵書家であり、多数の稀覯本や貴重な手稿を所持していた。彼はまたユダヤ美術の熱烈なパトロンでもあった。シリアやアフリカやイエメンから取り寄せた古いユダヤの手稿を収集し、その装飾を研究して、スタソフと共に『ヘブライの装飾品』(1903年ベルリン)という本を上梓したこともある。 ジューイッシュ・エンサイクロペディアの寄稿者の一人でもあった。 この記事にはパブリックドメインである次の文書本文が含まれる: Singer, Isidore; et al., eds. (1901–1906). "要記事名". Jewish Encyclopedia. New York: Funk & Wagnalls Company. (ja)
  • Барон Давид Горациевич Гинцбург (1857—1910) — российский востоковед, гебраист, арабист, писатель и общественный деятель из рода Гинцбургов. Спонсор издания и общий редактор Еврейской энциклопедии Брокгауза и Эфрона. (ru)
  • Baron David Goratsiyevich Günzburg (Барон Давид Горациевич Гинцбург David Goratsievich Gintsburg, 5 July 1857, Kamianets-Podilskyi - 22 December 1910, St. Petersburg), 3th Baron de Günzburg, was a Russian orientalist and Jewish communal leader. He was the son of Baron Horace Günzburg, who was ennobled by the Grand Duchy of Darmstadt-Hesse in 1871 and co-founded World ORT, a non-profit non-governmental organization whose mission is the advancement of Jewish and other people through vocational training and education, with past or present involvement in over 100 countries. (en)
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  • Гинцбург, Давид Горациевич (ru)
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