Sabbatai Zevi

Standard Name: Sabbatai Zevi
Used Form: Shabbatai Zevi
Used Form: Sabbatai Sevi
Used Form: Sabbatai Zvi


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Occupation Anne Conway
AC 's studies, driven by her own interests and the desire better to understand her health problems, embraced religion, philosophy, the natural philosophy which we now call scientific principle, and the practice of medicine. She...
Textual Production Margaret Fell
It was written this year, and published by Robert Wilson in 38 pages. This was two years after the self-styled Messiah Sabbatai Sevi had staggered his followers, both Jewish and gentile, by converting to Islam...
Textual Production Bernice Rubens
BR 's historical novel Kingdom Come fictionalises the life of Sabbatai Sevi , a seventeenth-century self-appointed Messiah who inspired and divided both Jewish and Christian millenarians.
The spelling of his name varies widely. Scholar Richard Popkin


1979: Paines Plough Theatre Company produced two...

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Paines Plough Theatre Company produced two plays by Elisabeth Bond this year: the premiere of her Six Feet Apart and theatrical rendering of the story of Sabbatai Sevi , The Messiah of Ismir.


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