- Natronai bar Nehemiah
- (fl. 8th cent.)Babylonian gaon of the academy at Pumbedita (719-30). He married into the family of the exilarch. He was known for his severity with scholars in the academy, some of whom left for Sura, returning to Pumbedita only after his death.
Dictionary of Jewish Biography. Dan Cohn-Sherbok.
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NATRONAI BAR NEHEMIAH — (also known as Rav Yenuka), gaon of pumbedita , 719–730. Natronai married into the family of the exilarch. According to sherira gaon he was said to have dealt so severely with the students of the academy that some of them left and went to the… … Encyclopedia of Judaism
Natronai ben Nehemiah — Not to be confused with Natronai ben Hilai. Rabbinical Eras Chazal Zugot Tannaim Amoraim Savoraim Geonim Rishonim Acharonim Natronai ben Nehemiah (Hebrew: נטרונאי בן נחמיה; also called: Mar R. Yanka, Hebrew: בר מר ינקא) was Gaon of Pumbedita from … Wikipedia
NATRONAI BAR HILAI — (ninth cent.), gaon of Sura from 853 to 858. Natronai s father Hilai, who died in 797, was also gaon of Sura. One of the most prolific writers of responsa among the geonim of the ninth century, Natronai always replied in the language in which he… … Encyclopedia of Judaism
Natronai ben Hilai — Not to be confused with Natronai ben Nehemiah. Rabbinical Eras Chazal Zugot Tannaim Amoraim Savoraim Geonim Rishonim Acharonim Natronai ben Hilai (Hebrew: נטרונאי בן הלאי or Natronai Gaon, Hebrew: נטרונאי גאון; Full name: Natronai ben R. Hilai… … Wikipedia
Nehemiah ben Kohen Tzedek — was the head (gaon) of the Academy of Pumbeditha from 960 to 968.  Nehemiah was the son of Kohen Tzedek Kahana ben R. Joseph, who had been gaon. While his predecessor, Aaron ibn Sargado, was still in office, Nehemiah tried to have him removed; … Wikipedia
Achai Gaon — For the Savora sage, see Ahai. Rabbinical Eras Chazal Zugot Tannaim Amoraim Savoraim Geonim Rishonim Acharonim Achai Gaon (also known as Ahai of Sabha or Aha of Sabha, Hebrew: רב אחא [אחאי] משַבָּחָא) was a leading scholar in the period of the… … Wikipedia
GAON — (pl. Geonim), formal title of the heads of the academies of Sura and Pumbedita in Babylonia. The geonim were recognized by the Jews as the highest authority of instruction from the end of the sixth century or somewhat later to the middle of the… … Encyclopedia of Judaism
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