Rabbah bar Hanah

(fl. 3rd cent)
   Babylonian amora. He studied at the academy of Johanan ben Zakkai in Palestine. Later he returned to Babylonia, where he transmitted Johanan's teachings. Legends about his journeys are recorded in the tractate Bava Batra.

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