- Habshush, Chaim
- (d. 1899)Yemenite writer. When the oreintalist Joseph Halevy arrived in Yemen in about 1870 to trace ancient Sabean inscriptions, he acted as his guide. Later he wrote an account of these explorations, Masot Habshush.
Dictionary of Jewish Biography. Dan Cohn-Sherbok.
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