Jonathan ben Eleazar

(fl. 3rd cent)
   Palestinian amora. He is the Jonathan ben Eleazar mentioned in the Talmud and midrash. Of Babylonian origin, he went to Palestine in his youth and became a pupil of Simeon ben Yose ben Lakunya. He lived in Sepphoris and was one of the great aggadists of his time.

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