David ben Zakkai I
- (fl. 10th cent)Babylonian exilarch (917-40). He appointed Saadyah ben Joseph gaon of Sura, but later quarrelled with him and had him deposed. The supporters of Saadyah attempted to appoint a new exilarch, Josiah-Hasan. After a bitter dispute the two parties reached a compromise.
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David ben Zakkai — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda David ben Zakkai (Babilonia, ? 940), exilarca judío de Babilonia, famoso por su conflictivo enfrentamiento con Saadia Gaon, líder de la Academia de Sura. Esto se debió a que David, de naturaleza corrupta, había… … Wikipedia Español
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David ben-Zakkai — (10th century) Babylonian exilarch 917–40. David is best known for his struggle with SAADIAH BEN JOSEPH, whom David himself had appointed gaon of the famous Sura academy. The dispute started with Saadiah Gaon’s refusal to ratify a halachic… … Who’s Who in Jewish History after the period of the Old Testament
David ben Zakkai (exilarch) — David ben Zakkai (died 940 CE) was an exilarch, leader of the Jewish community of Babylon, known in Jewish history especially for his conflict with Saadia Gaon, which ruptured the leadership of the Babylonian Jews, and which was settled by the… … Wikipedia
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Josiah ben Zakkai — (fl. 10th cent) Babylonian exilarch. He was appointed exilarch after his brother David ben Zakkai was deposed from office by Saadyah Gaon. The caliph intervened in David s favour; Josiah was then banished to Chorassan, where he died … Dictionary of Jewish Biography
Yohanan ben Zakkai — Yohanan ben Zakkaï Transmission de la Torah Haza l Grande Assemblée • Zougot Tannaïm • Amoraïm Savoraïm Gueonim Rishonim Aharonim … Wikipédia en Français