Hanina bar Hama

(fl. 3rd cent)
   Palestinian scholar. He was born in Babylonia and emigrated to Palestine, settling in Sepphoris, where he was a pupil of Judah ha-Nasi. He earned a living by trading in honey, and also practised medicine. He was a noted aggadist.

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