Hamnuna

(fl. 4th cent)
   Babylonian amora. He was born in Harpania in Babylonia and lived in Harta of Argiz near Baghdad. He was a pupil and colleague of Hisda.

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  • Hamnuna — (Hebrew: המנונא) is the name of several rabbis in the Talmud.* Hamnuna Sabba ( the elder ). Mid third century of the common era. A pupil of Rav (BK 106a). After Rav, he became the head of the rabbinical academy at Sura. The Talmud contains many… …   Wikipedia

  • Hamnuna I. — Rab Hamnuna I. war ein Amoräer der dritten Generation in Babylonien und lebte und wirkte Ende des dritten/Anfang des vierten nachchristlichen Jahrhunderts. Er war ein Schüler Raws, den er so sehr verehrte, dass er einen Schüler, der von Raw… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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  • Zohar — For the village in southern Israel, see Tzohar The Zohar ( he. זהר, lit Splendor or Radiance ) is widely considered the most important work of Kabbalah, or Jewish mysticism. It is a mystical commentary on the Torah (the five books of Moses),… …   Wikipedia

  • Abba Arika — (175–247) (Talmudic Aramaic: tm. אבא אריכא) (born Abba bar Aybo) was a Jewish Talmudist who lived in Babylonia, known as an amora (commentator on the Oral Law) of the 3rd century who established at Sura the systematic study of the rabbinic… …   Wikipedia

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  • Exilarch — An exhibit depicting Exilarch Huna at the Beit Hatefutsot Exilarch (Hebrew: ראש גלות Rosh Galut, Aramaic: ריש גלותא Reish Galuta lit. head of the exile , Greek: Æchmalotarcha) refers to the leaders of the Diaspora Jewish community in Babylon… …   Wikipedia

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