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Havah bat Mar Huna IV

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Death: Died in Babylon, Iraq
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Huna ben Nathan, Mar Huna IV, 24th Exilarch and Wife #2
Wife of Rabeina II "Sof hora'a" רב אבינא בר רב הונא
Mother of Rav David ben Rabeina II, Grandson of Exilarch Mar Huna IV
Half sister of Rabeina II "Sof hora'a" רב אבינא בר רב הונא and Mar ben Huna

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About Havah bat Mar Huna IV

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4. Le Strange, G. The Lands of the Eastern Caliphate. Cambridge UP (1905).

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8. Valle Rodriguez, Carlos del. El Orden De Las Generaciones = Seder ha-Dorot. Aben Ezra Ediciones (1997).

9. Wein, Berel [Rabbi]. Herald of Destiny: The Story of the Jews in the Medieval Era 750-1650. Shaar Press (1993).

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