Ibn Sahulah, Isaac ben Solomon
- (fl. 13th cent)Spanish Hebrew writer. He worked as a physician at Guadalajara. He wrote a kabbalistic commentary on the Song of Songs, and a book of fables, Meshal ha-Kadmoni (Easterner's Parable).
Dictionary of Jewish Biography. Dan Cohn-Sherbok.
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