Parhon, Solomon

(fl. 12th cent.)
   Italian lexicographer. He was born in Qal'a, Spain, and became a pupil of Judah ha-Levi, and Abraham ibn Ezra. He settled in Italy, where he wrote a biblical lexicon (Mahberet he-Arukh) in 1160 at Salerno.

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