Ibn Hasdai, Abraham ben Samuel ha-Levi

(Abraham ben Samuel Hasdai; Abraham ben Hasdai ha-Levi; Abraham ibn Hasdai; Hasdai)
(fl. 13th cent)
   Spanish translator and Hebrew poet. He lived in Barcelona. He translated numberous Arabic works into Hebrew, and was an ardent defender of Maimonides.

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