- (fl. 4th cent)Babylonian amora. His confession of sin, which he recited on the Day of Atonement, is included in the liturgy for this holy day.
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HAMNUNA — HAMNUNA, the name of several Babylonian amoraim. HAMNUNA SABA ( the elder ), a pupil of Rav (BK 106a), mid third century C.E. He transmitted his teacher s sayings (Er. 16b; et al.). Rav was fond of Hamnuna and taught him a number of apothegms (Er … Encyclopedia of Judaism
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
MAR BAR RAVINA — (מר בריה דרבינא), a fourth century Babylonian amora, famous for his saintly character. In his youth, he was carefully tended by his mother, who provided him with clean garments every day, so that he could study in comfort (Er. 65a). Although well … Encyclopedia of Judaism
ZOHAR — (Heb. זֹהַר; (The Book of) Splendor ), the central work in the literature of the kabbalah . Introduction In some parts of the book the name Zohar is mentioned as the title of the work. It is also cited by the Spanish kabbalists under other names … Encyclopedia of Judaism
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
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