Bonfils


Bonfils
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Bonfils est un nom propre, utilisé comme prénom ou patronyme.

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Bonfils comme prénom

Le prénom Bonfils est un prénom masculin, actuellement tombé en désuétude. Il a été porté par :

Bonfils comme patronyme

Bonfils est un patronyme relativement courant. Il est ou a été porté par :

Autres

  • Amealco de Bonfil est l'une des municipalités de l'État de Querétaro

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  • Bonfils — ist der Familienname folgender Personen: Félix Bonfils (1831–1885), französischer Fotograf Frederick Gilmer Bonfils (1860–1933), US amerikanischer Zeitungsverleger Immanuel ben Jacob Bonfils (um 1300–1377), Physikus, Mathematiker und Astronom… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • BONFILS (Tov Elem), JOSEPH BEN SAMUEL — (11th century), the first French scholar about whom more than his name is known; called by Rashi s disciples R. Joseph the Great. A contemporary and colleague of R. Elijah the Elder of Le Mans, he was born in Narbonne, but lived at Limoges and at …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • BONFILS, IMMANUEL BEN JACOB — (14th century), of Tarascon (in Provence, France), mathematician and astronomer. He is chiefly known for his astronomical tables called Shesh Kenafayim ( Six Wings – cf. Isa. 6:2) which were written in Hebrew about 1365 and which were… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • BONFILS (Tov Elem), JOSEPH BEN ELIEZER — (second half of the 14th century), author of a supercommentary on the biblical commentary of abraham ibn ezra . Joseph was born in Spain and journeyed to the East. In damascus , in 1370, at the request of the nagid David b. Joshua he wrote a… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Bonfils, Frederick Gilmer — ▪ American publisher born December 21, 1860, Troy, Missouri, U.S. died February 2, 1933, Denver, Colorado  publisher who made the Denver Post into a crusading newspaper of nationwide prominence in the United States.       Bonfils entered the U.S …   Universalium

  • Bonfils, Joseph ben Samuel (Tov Elem; Tuv Elem) — (fl. 11 th cent)    French talmudist. He was born in Narbonne and lived at Limoges and Anjou. He wrote religious poems, biblical and talmudic commentaries, and codifications of Jewish law …   Dictionary of Jewish Biography

  • Félix Bonfils — Pour les articles homonymes, voir Bonfils. Félix Bonfils Nationalité Français Profession …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Félix Bonfils — He was born on 8 March 1831 in St. Hippotyte du Fort and died in Alès in 1885. He and his family moved to Beirut in 1867 where they opened a photographic studio called Maison Bonfils , which became F. Bonfils et Cie in 1878. Bonfils took… …   Wikipedia

  • Frederick Gilmer Bonfils — (December 21 1860–February 2 1933), U.S. publisher who made the Denver Post into one of the largest newspapers in the United States.Staff report (February 3, 1933). F. G. BONFILS DEAD; VETERAN EDITOR; Built The Denver Post Into One of the Largest …   Wikipedia

  • Félix Bonfils — Foto de un árabe con pipa, × Félix Bonfils, fines 1800s Félix Bonfils fue un fotógrafo y escritor francés, que fue activo en el Oriente Medio. Nace el 8 de marzo 1831 en Saint Hippolyte du Fort y fallece en Alès en 1885. Con su familia se mudan a …   Wikipedia Español


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