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Y Bach ap Gwaethfoed II of Gwent MP (c.1170 - d.)

Y Bach -- "the small." See Darrell Wolcott, -- for the untangling of these lines. (January 14, 2016; Anne Brannen, curator) Please see Darrell Wolcott: The Royal Family of Gwynedd - Einion ap Llywa...

'Allan ben Aaron ibn Khalaf MP (c.990 - d.)

'Nathan HaBabli' ben Abu Ishaq Avraham Nasi, 2nd. Exilarca Mar Uqba HaRofeh, Qadi al-Qayraw ben Abu Ishaq Avraham, Exilarch 'Mar Uqba HaRofeh', Qadi al-Qayrawānī MP (c.940 - c.1049)

Nathan Ha-Bavli has been an enigmatic figure - but I think I have narrowed down to EXACTLY who is Nathan Ha-Bavli. Here is a short description of previous attempts to identify Nathan Ha-Bavli: Since ...

Ukba ben Nechemya (Ukvan), 17th Exilarch MP (c.290 - c.337)

Exilarch Mar Ukba II ben Nehemiah beni David was Exilarch (Exilarch [Hebrew: ראש גלות Rosh Galut, Aramaic: ריש גלותא Reish Galuta lit. "head of the exile", Greek: Æchmalotarcha], referring to the leade...

Mohammed I ibn Yusuf ibn Nasr al-Ahmar MP (1191 - 1273)

Mohammed I ibn Nasr (Arabic: محمد ابن الأحمر‎) was a Nasrid ruler of the Moorish Emirate of Granada in Al-Andalus on the Iberian Peninsula, and founder of the last Muslim dynasty in Spain in 1238. ...

Mar Zutra II, 30th Exilarch MP (c.488 - c.520)

Mar-Zutra II was an Exilarch who led a successful revolt against Persia in the sixth century and achieved seven years of political independence in Mahoza.Mar-Zutra II became Exilarch of the Jewish comm...

Aaron "Harun ben Khalaf ibn Tanab MP (c.960 - d.)

Aaron II ben Benjamin, of Khazaria MP (deceased)

Aaron ll Wikipedia Aaron II A Khazar ruler during the early 10th century CE, Aaron ben Benjamin was the son of the Khazar king Benjamin. Whether Aaron, like the rest of the Bulanids, was a Khagan...

* Abai ben Eliezer MP (deceased)

Abaye ben Natronai Kohen Ṣedeq, Gaon of Pumbeditha MP (c.790 - c.860)

According to Sherira Gaon, Abbaye was not his personal name, but Nachmani, after his grandfather. His father had died before Abbaye was born, and his mother died in child-birth. So the orphan was broug...

Abba Mari ben Ukba, 20th Exilarch MP (c.300 - c.370)

Exilarch Abba ben Ukba beni David was Exilarch (Exilarch [Hebrew: ראש גלות Rosh Galut, Aramaic: ריש גלותא Reish Galuta lit. "head of the exile", Greek: Æchmalotarcha], referring to the leaders of the D...

Sultan Abdul Jalil Rahmat Syah [Sultan Johor ke-12 1723-1746 & Sultan Siak Pertama 1723-1746] MP (b. - 1746)

Sultan Abdul Jalil Rahmat Syah (Raja Kechil) (Sultan Johor-Riau ke12; 1718-21; Sultan Siak pertama; 1725-46). 1723 - 1740 H.H. Paduka Sri Sultan 'Abdu'l Jalil Rahmad Shah Zilu'llah fil'Alam Khalifat ul...

Abiathar ben Elijah haKohen, Final Gaon of Palestine Yeshiva of Tyre MP (c.1041 - c.1112)

Abiathar ben Elijah ha-Kohen, who was born around 1041, probably in Jerusalem, was the last important gaon of the Palestinian yeshiva. He was the eldest of the four sons of Elijah ha-Kohen Gaon, and in...

Sheshet Benveniste MP (c.1131 - c.1204)

Abraham Nathan ben Peraḥyā Ya'ishu al-Ishu, Radhani MP (c.1075 - d.)

Ben Yijū, Abraham Unquestionably one of the most colorful figures to be illuminated by documents from the Cairo Geniza—and in Goitein’s estimation (Letters, p. 186) “the most important single figure”...

Abraham ben Sahlān (ben Abraham) MP (b. - c.1032)

Abraham ben Shmuel ibn Hasday (haLevi) MP (1175 - d.)

Abraham ben Samuel ha-Levi ibn Ḥasday lived in Barcelona during the late twelfth and early thirteenth centuries and was a translator from Arabic to Hebrew, a poet, and an active partisan of Maimonides....

Abraham ben Shlomo Nissim ben Shlomo Nissim Algazi (Algazi) MP (deceased)

Abraham ben Isaac haLevi MP (c.1560 - d.)

Abraham ben Joseph (I) ha-Levi (after 1580–after 1618), the nephew of Solomon the Elder and cousin of Isaac (II), also established himself as a noted religious teacher in Salonica. A student of David I...

Abraham ben Moshes Algazi haZaken MP (c.1560 - 1640)

The Algazis were a noted Turkish rabbinical family from the sixteenth through the nineteenth century. Their origins lay in the city of Bursa, near Istanbul. The family was founded by Abraham ben Moses ...

Abu Abdullah "Hanemel" ben Nehemiah II (ibn Abi' l-Huqayq al-Nadir), 36th Exilarch Shallum al-Farsi MP (c.594 - c.657)

According to Zev Golan, Hanemel was sold as a slave. He accepted the leadership of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) and became Prophet Muhammad's top Wazir named Solomon al-Farsi. Solomon al-Farsi led an army...

Abu al-Barakāt Nethan'el ben Mevorakh (Mubārak), Nagid al-Yahudi MP (1098 - c.1160)

Nethanel ben Mevorakh Nicknamed Abu al-Barakāt, Nethanel ben Mevorakh was the middle son of Mevorakh ben Saʿadya, who served as ra'īs (or colloquially rayyis) al-yahūd (Ar. head of the Jewish communi...

Abu Ibrahaim Yitzhak ben Yaʿḳōb ibn Ezra MP (c.1045 - d.)

Born around 1045, Isaac (Abū Ibrāhῑm) ibn Ezra was the older brother of Moses ibn Ezra . He lived in Granada quite probably until the arrival of the Almoravids in 1090, when he had to leave for Lucena....

Abu Ishaq Abraham ben Nathan, Nasi MP (c.1036 - c.1115)

Abraham ben Nathan son of Nathan ben Abraham Abraham ben Nathan, born around 1037, was the only the son of Nathan ben Abraham, the rival of Gaon Solomon ben Judah in the famous conflict that took pla...

Abu l-Bāyan Moshe ben Mevorakh (Mubārak), Nagid, Raʾīs al-Yahūd al-Fustat MP (c.1080 - aft.1128)

Moses ben Mevorakh Moses ben Mevorakh, the scion of a distinguished family of physician-courtiers in Egypt, was the eldest son and successor of the nagid Mevorakh ben Saʿadya and of a mother who also...

Abu Sa'id Yaḥyā Nissim ben Nahray Ibn al-Majjānī MP (c.1056 - d.)

Ibn al-Majjānī Family The Ibn al-Majjānī family, known from documentary sources in the Cairo Geniza, were active in Mediterranean trade during the first half of the eleventh century. The earliest mem...

Abu Sahl Nathan ben Abraham, Nasi MP (c.995 - d.)

Nathan ben Abraham - a student of Ḥushiel ben Elḥanan Abū Sahl Nathan ben Abraham ben Saul, a scion of a gaonic family on his mother’s side, was born in Palestine in the last quarter of the tenth cen...

Abu Suleiman David ibn Yaʿīs̲h̲ ben Yehuda Ibn Ya Ish ben Zakai II ben Zakai II, Nasi, Qāḍī, haDayyan of Toledo MP (c.1010 - 1057)

David ben Zakai traveled back to Jerusalem around 1064 to live however he left shortly after arriving in Jerusalem and returned to Fez. His departure coincides with the poisoning of Buluggin ibn Badis ...

Abu Yosef Yakob ben Amram ibn Mar Sahl al-Nag'hdīlah MP (c.990 - d.)

Abu Yusuf Yehuda (Hasday/Ḥasadya) ben Yitzhak ben Ezra ibn Shaprūṭ MP (c.915 - 975)

Hasdai (Abu Yusuf ben Yitzhak ben Ezra) ibn Shaprut חסדאי אבן שפרוט‎ born about 915 at Jaén; died about 975 at Córdoba in Spain, was a Jewish scholar, physician, diplomat, and patron of science. His ...

Abu Zakariya Yehuda ben Moshe haKohen Alfaquin, haRoffe MP (c.1240 - d.)

Judah ben Moses ha-Kohen, called in Christian sources Don Yhuda Mosca, Yhuda Mosca el Menor, Yhuda fi de Mose fi de Mosca, and Yhuda el Cohen (or Coheneso) Alfaquin, was one of the foremost translators...

Abu Zakkai "Yehudah" ben Ahunai, Gaon of Pumbeditha MP (c.720 - c.771)

Abu Zakkai "Yehudah" ben David MP (c.897 - d.)

Abu Zakri Yaḥyā (Yehudah) ben Shlomo HaKohen al-fasi MP (c.993 - d.)

Yahya's father, Solomon, in his first public act as gaon was to write a letter of lavish praise for the Karaite nasi Hezekiah ben David in which he repeatedly expresses the hope of returning from Egypt...

Abu Zikri "Yehuda" ben David (ibn Daud), Nasi MP (c.1015 - c.1059)

A reconciliation between Dabid ben Zakkai and Sa'adya Gaon took place on February 27, 937. After the David ben Zakkai's death Sa'adya voted for David's son, Yehuda, as his successor. Sherira's Letter...

Abu ’l-Farad̲j̲ Yaʿḳūb ben Yusuf ibn Killis, al-ad̲j̲all 1st Fāṭimid Wazīr of Al-ʿAzīz MP (c.935 - c.991)

Fāṭimid vizier of the caliph al-ʿAzīz [q.v.]. He was by origin a Jew, born in Bag̲h̲dād in 318/930. He went with his father to Syria and settled at Ramla, becoming an agent for various merchants; but, ...

Abu ’l-Hasan ʿAlī ben al-Sh̲aybānī al-Kātib al-Mag̲h̲ribī al-Qayrawānī Ibn Abi ’l-Rid̲j̲āl MP (c.968 - c.1049)

abu ’l-ḥasan ʿalī al-s̲h̲aybānī al-kātib al-mag̲h̲ribī al-ḳayrawānī , was the tutor and astrologer of the Zīrid prince, al-Muʿizz b. Bādīs (407-54/1016-62), who held his court at Ḳayrawān till 449/1057...

Hai ben Sherira, Gaon v'haDayyan b'Pumbeditha MP (c.939 - 1038)

Hai ben Sherira , better known as Hai Gaon , was a medieval Jewish theologian, rabbi and scholar who served as Gaon of the Talmudic academy of Pumbedita during the early 11th century. He was born in 93...

Abū ʾl-Faraj Furqān "Yeshua" ben Yehudah ibn Asad (Qara'im) MP (c.995 - c.1070)

Jeshua ben Judah (also known as Abū ʾl-Faraj Furqān ibn Asad) was one of the most renowned Karaite scholars in eleventh-century Jerusalem. An outstanding Karaite philosopher and Bible exegete who flour...

Mubārak ben Eli MP (c.900 - d.)

His name is "Abu l-Fadl Mevorakh [Mub%C4%81rak] ben Eli" according to: " Heresy and the Politics of Community: The Jews of the Fatimid Caliphate " (Conjunctions of Religion and Power in the Medieval ...

Abū 'l-Faḍl Mevorakh (Mubārak) ben Saʿadya, Alluf, Nagid, Raʾīs al-Yahūd al-Fustat MP (c.1040 - c.1111)

Mevorakh ben Sa‘adya One of the five sons of Saʿadya ben Mevorakh, Abū 'l-Faḍl Mevorakh ben Saʿadya was born around 1040 and began his rise to prominence over the course of the late 1050s under the g...

Abū al-Khayr Mūsā ben Barhūn al-Tāhertī, ḥaver al-Palestine Yeshiva MP (c.972 - c.1056)

Abū Bakr Yaʿīs̲h̲ ben Muhammad ibn Yaʿīs̲h̲, haNasi, Qadi of Toledo MP (deceased)

Abū Hārūn Mōs̲h̲ē ben Yaʿḳōb ibn ʿEzra, (ibn Ezra) MP (deceased)

Chronologically, Moses (Abū Har­ūn) ibn Ezra (d. after 1138) was the third of the four most artistically distinguished Hebrew poets of the Andalusian Golden Age of Jewish culture. Born early in the sec...

Yosef ben Shmuel HaLevi HaNagid MP (c.970 - d.)

Abraham ibn Da'ud haLevi, Rabad I MP (c.1110 - c.1180)

Abraham ben David Halevi ibn Daud , (born c. 1110, Toledo, Castile—died c. 1180, Toledo), physician and historian who was the first Jewish philosopher to draw on Aristotle’s writings in a systematic fa...

Abū Manṣūr Mevorakh ben Samuel al-Barqūlī, Neʾeman haMalkhut MP (deceased)

Members of two generations of the Ibn al-Barqūlī family are mentioned in several letters from the Cairo Geniza (all composed during the first decade of the thirteenth century), as well as in the poetry...

Rabbi Yehiel Hilel Gaon II MP (c.1060 - c.1080)

"In 1066, when his father, Jehoseph HaNagid, was assassinated and a riot broke out against the Granadan Jewish community, his widow, Rahel, and his son Abū Naṣr Azariah, who was a child at the time, fl...

Abū Naṣr Yosef ben Mevorakh (Mubārak) al-Barqūlī, haSar haNikhbad MP (deceased)

Members of two generations of the Ibn al-Barqūlī family are mentioned in several letters from the Cairo Geniza (all composed during the first decade of the thirteenth century), as well as in the poetry...

Abū Saʿīd Hārūn "Aaron" ben Moshe, haSofer al-Tabari MP (c.860 - d.)

Aaron Ben Asher (Abū Saʿīd Hārūn) lived and worked in Tiberias in the first half of the tenth century. He was the sixth and last member of the Ben Asher dynasty of masoretes (see Ben Asher, Moses). He ...

Abū Sulaymān David ben Sa'adya ben ha-Ger (= Ibn Muhājir) (Ibn Muhājir) MP (c.1025 - d.)

Abū Sulaymān (David?) ibn Muhājir was a member of the illustrious Ibn Muhājir family of Seville, linked to this city at least from the middle of the eleventh century. In the Romance language, his famil...

Abū Surūr Isḥāq Barhūn ben Mūsā al-Tāhertī ḥaver MP (c.1010 - 1062)

Tāhertī Family The Tāhertīs were a Maghrebī merchant family active in the period from 1010 to 1075. Together with the houses of Ibn ʿAwkal, al-Tustarī, and Nahray ben Nissim, the Tāhertīs were, in te...

Abū Surūr Isḥāq Barhūn ben Musa al-Tāhertī, ḥaver al-Palestine Yeshiva MP (deceased)

Tāhertī Family The Tāhertīs were a Maghrebī merchant family active in the period from 1010 to 1075. Together with the houses of Ibn ʿAwkal, al-Tustarī, and Nahray ben Nissim, the Tāhertīs were, in te...

Isaac Israeli haZaken, haRoffe MP (c.835 - c.955)

Abū Yaʿḳūb Isḥāḳ b. Sulaymān al-Isrā-ʾīlī, abū yaʿḳūb (ca. 243/855 - ca. 343/955), physician, médical writer and philosopher, was born in Egypt and appointed court physician by ʿUbayd Allāh al-Mahdī af...

Abū Yaḥyā Nahray "Nehorai" ben Nissim, Nagid MP (c.1025 - c.1098)

Nahray ben Nissim (ca. 1025-1098), nicknamed Abū Yaḥyā , was a North African merchant and communal leader. More than 350 letters, notes, and accounts from the Cairo Geniza are either addressed to him o...

Abū Zikrī "Yehudah" ben Yosef ben Simḥa, Rosh haSeder MP (c.950 - c.1020)

Judah ben Joseph of Qayrawan Judah ben Joseph b. Simḥa was perhaps the most important figure in the Jewish community of Qayrawān toward the end of the tenth century and the beginning of the eleventh....

Abū ʾl-Surūr Perahya ben ben Yosef ibn ʿAwkal MP (deceased)

Abū ʾl-ʿAlā Israel ben Shmuel haKohen, Gaon of Sura MP (c.940 - d.)

Son of Shmuel Ben Hofni HaGaon, brother-in-law of Hai Gaon Israel ben Samuel Gaon ha-Kohen Abū ʾl-ʿAlā Israel ben Samuel Gaon ha-Kohen was the son of Samuel ben Hophni. During his father’s tenure as ...

Abū ʿAmr Yosef ben Me’ir ibn Migash (Ibn al-Muhājir), Rosh Yeshiva al-Lucena MP (c.1077 - 1141)

Joseph ha-Levi ben Me’ir ibn Migash (1077– 1141), the successor to Isaac al-Fāsī (the Rif) as head of the yeshiva in Lucena, the center of talmudic learning in al-Andalus, was born in Seville. At the a...

Abū ʿAmr Yosef ben Ya'akub ibn Sahl MP (c.1030 - c.1113)

Ibn Sahl, Joseph (Abū ʿAmr) ben Jacob In his Kitāb al-Muḥāḍara wa-l-Mudhākara, Moses ibn Ezra mentions Abū ʿAmr ibn Sahl as one of Solomon ibn Ghiyyāth's most prominent students in Lucena and indicat...

Abū ʿAmr Yosef ben Yaqub Ibn Ṣaddīq (Kohen Ṣedeq), Dayyan al-Qurtubi MP (c.1075 - c.1149)

The poet, philosopher, and distinguished talmudist Joseph Ibn Ṣaddīq was born around 1075, probably in Cordova. According to the Sefer ha-Qabbala by Abraham Ibn Daʾud, he was a dayyan in the rabbinical...

Abū ’l Ḥasan Ismai'il Ibrahim ben Me'ir ibn Qamni’el, haRoffe al-Maraqesh MP (c.1090 - c.1143)

Aghamat and Marakesh 1106-1142 CE Aghamat, the old capital of the Mourabitoun stood proud at the foot of the High Atlas Mountains, a day's walk South East of Marrakech. Jews lived in Aghamat since an...

Adalbert II, count of Ballenstedt. MP (b. - c.1076)

Adalbert II, count of Ballenstedt. Son of Esiko, count of Ballenstedt and Matilda of Swabia Adalbert II of Ballenstedt (c. 1030 – 1076/1083), an early member of the House of Ascania, was Graf (co...

Aeddan ap Gwaethfoed II of Gwent MP (c.1165 - aft.1200)

See Darrell Wolcott, -- for the untangling of these lines. (January 14, 2016; Anne Brannen, curator) Please see Darrell Wolcott: Maredudd Gethin ap Lord Rhys; . This Aeddan would have been too young ...

Aeddan III ap Selyf II, Lord of Cegidfa, Broniarth, and Deuddwr MP (c.975 - d.)

See Darrell Wolcott, who has worked extensively on untangling the Welsh lines: (January 15, Anne Brannen, curator) Please see Darrell Wolcott : "Bartrum's Pedigrees of the Welsh Tribal Patriarchs" - ...

* Aharon Shlomo Tzarfati (ben Ahadam Harofe) MP (deceased)

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Rabbi Aharon Ben Shimon MP (1860 - 1949)

ויקיפדיה אהרון בן שמעון הרב אהרון בן שמעון (ה'תר"ך - ה'תש"ט) היה רבה הראשי של צפת וראש "ישיבת מרן הבית יוסף", מייסד וראש ישיבת עץ חיים אלג'יר, רבה של הקהילה הספרדית בהונגריה ושליח עיר הקודש צפת ב...

Ahimaaz ben Paltiel MP (c.1110 - d.)

Benjamin of Tudela mentions Ahimaaz ben Paltiel in Amalfi in southern Italy, in the year 1162 (see his Travels, ed. Asher, i. 13, 14). This may well have been a descendant of his earlier namesake; two ...

Ahitub ben Amariah, High Priest MP (c.-655 - c.-550)

Sultan Ahmad Tajuddin [Sultan Brunei Ke-27 (Reign 1924-1950) ] MP (1913 - 1950)

Ahunai ben Haninai, 31st Exilarch Huna Mar II MP (c.508 - c.560)

Mar Ahunai ben Zutra beni David was Exilarch (Exilarch [Hebrew: ראש גלות Rosh Galut, Aramaic: ריש גלותא Reish Galuta lit. "head of the exile", Greek: Æchmalotarcha], referring to the leaders of the Dia...

Rabbi Akiva MP (40 - 137)

Akiva ben Joseph (ca.40–ca.137 CE), widely known as Rabbi Akiva (Hebrew: רבי עקיבא‎), was a tanna of the latter part of the 1st century and the beginning of the 2nd century (3rd tannaitic generation). ...

Akkub ben Elioenai, Exilarch MP (c.-244 - c.-180)

Akkub , occupation: Exilarch, son of Elioenai and nn to: nn 1) David to: nn source: Akkub ben Elioenai, Exilarch Akkub , occupation: Exilarch, son of Elioenai and nn to: nn 1) David to: nn

Al-Amir Abbas Hilmi II, Khedive of Egypt (1892-1914) MP (1874 - 1944)

en.wikipedia.org... ; HH Abbas II Hilmi Bey (also known as Abbas Hilmi Pasha) (Arabic: عباس حلمي باشا‎) (14 July 1874 – 19 December 1944) was the last Khedive of Egypt and Sudan (8 January 1892 – 1...

al-Walid II bin Yazid II MP (706 - 744)

11th Umayyad Caliph Source 1: Source 2: Source 3:

Alexander Jannaeus Hasmonean, King and High Priest MP (c.-125 - -76)

אלכסנדר ינאי יהונתן אלכסנדר ("ינאי") (127 לפנה"ס - 76 לפנה"ס) היה מלך וכהן גדול נצר לשושלת המלוכה היהודית של החשמונאים, וכיהן בתקופת הבית השני בין השנים 103 לפנה"ס עד מותו בשנת 76 לפנה"ס. עסק רבות במלח...

Elizabeth of Jerusalem, Queen Alexandra II MP (bef.-63 - c.-28)

Alexandra the Maccabee (died ca. 28 BC) was the daughter of Hyrcanus II (died 30 BC), who was the son of Alexander Jannaeus .[1] She married her cousin[2] Alexander of Judaea (died 48 BC), who was th...

Ali ben Khalaf ben Tanab MP (c.925 - d.)

"Jews in Islamic Countries in the Middle Ages", Page 660, Volume 28 of Etudes sur le judaïsme médiéval, by Moshe Gil, David Strassler, Publisher BRILL, 2004, [ ISBN 900413882X, 9789004138827 ]

Alluf Abū ʿAmr Sahlān ben Abraham, Haḥaver MP (b. - c.1059)

Abū ʿAmr Sahlān ben Abraham was a payṭan (liturgical poet) and head of the Iraqi congregation in Fustat from 1034 until 1049 or 1050. He succeeded to this post after the death of his father, Abraham be...

Aloandro ben Baqr MP (deceased)

Aloandro Ben Bekar ou Ben Bakr (também conhecido como Aldroando Gil), foi o governador de Faro, moçárabe (cristão ibérico que vive sob domínio muçulmano), em Portugal. Ele era filho de Bakr Ben Yahia e...

Alonso Jofré de Loaísa Valdés MP (1390 - 1430)

Alonso Jofré I de Loaísa Nacido en 1390 - Talavera de la Reyna, España Fallecido en 1430 - Talavera de la Reyna, España , a la edad de 40 años Padres Garcí Jofré II de Loaísa 1365- ? ? Casami...

Alvaro Meléndez de Valdés (ii) MP (deceased)

Amnon Ben Tor MP

ארכאולוג ישראלי, פרס ישראל לחקר הארכיאולוגיה

Amos Ben Naum MP (c.-250 - d.)

Luke 3:25.

Amram Gaon of Sura MP (c.855 - d.)

Amram ben Sheshna Gaon Amram ben Sheshna was gaon (Heb. head) of the academy of Sura in the second half of the ninth century. According to Sherira Gaon in his historical Epistle (Heb. Iggeret Rav She...

Anan bar Shaphat (ben Yohanan), 10th Exilarch MP (c.216 - c.259)

Rav Huna (Hebrew: רב הונא), Exilarch Huna II ben Ukba beni David, was a Jewish Talmudist who lived in Babylonia, known as an amora of the second generation and head of the Academy of Sura. He was also ...

Anan ben Daniel ben Saul, Rabbinic Ananite MP (c.790 - d.)

The Muslim historian al-Bīrūnī (d. after 1050) states that Daniel ben Saul’s son, whose name was Anan, was the person who founded the Ananite movement in about 890. According to Gil, the exilarchic bra...

THE HISTORY OF COSTUME By Braun & Schneider - http://www.siue.edu/COSTUMES/history.html Jewish high priest wearing a hoshen, and Levites in ancient Judah.

Ananias ben Nedbeus, High Priest MP (deceased)

Ananias son of Nebedeus (or Nedebeus) was a high priest who, according to the Acts of the Apostles, presided during the trials of the apostle Paul at Jerusalem (Acts 23:2) and Caesarea (Acts 24:1). J...

Ananus ben Ananus, High Priest of Iudaea MP (deceased)

Ananus ben Ananus (Hebrew: חנן בן חנן Hanan ben Hanan Greek: Ἀνάνου Ἄνανος "Ananos son of Ananos" var: Ananias, Latin: Anani Ananus or Ananus filius Anani), d. 68 CE, was a Herodian-era High Priest o...

Arie Gamliel MP

ראש "ישיבת שדרות" וחבר כנסת לשעבר

Arnan ben Rafaya Exilarch MP (c.-372 - d.)

Abarbanel – undated handwritten manuscript from the collection of the late Rabbi Shmuel Gorr, held by Chaim Freedman. Reference was made to “Elef Margaliot” 1993, Meir Wunder. source: Arnan ben Rafay...

Asmouna bat Shmuel ben Hofni HaKohen Gaon of Sura MP (deceased)

Avraham ben Yechiel Luria II, ABD Brisk MP (1465 - 1521)

Avraham was born in year 1460. Avraham 's father was Yechiel LURIA and his mother was Bat SHRENTZEL. His paternal grandparents were Aharon LURIA and Miriam Speyer SPIRA ; his maternal grandparents we...

Avraham I HaNagid ben R' Moshe ben Maimon MP (1186 - 1237)

Abraham ben Moses ben Maimon (Hebrew: אברהם בן משה מיימון, also Avraham son of Rambam, also Avraham Maimuni) (1186 – December 7, 1237) the son of Maimonides (Rambam) was the leader or Nagid of the Egyp...

HaNagid Avraham II ben David Maimon MP (1246 - c.1310)

Avraham Ben Zvi MP

ויקיפדיה: אברהם (אבי) בן צבי (נולד ב-2 במאי 1944) הוא חוקר ישראלי בתחום היחסים הבינלאומיים. עבודותיו מתמקדות ביחסי ישראל–ארצות הברית ובמדיניות החוץ של ישראל. פרופסור למדע המדינה באוניברסיטת חיפה, עית...

Avraham Ben Yitzhak (Sonne) MP (1883 - 1950)

אברהם בן יצחק ===================================================== שירי אברהם בן יצחק - Poems by Avraham Ben-Yitzhak (Book) 1st edition published in 1957 in Hebrew and held by 29 libraries worldwide.T...

Avshalom Avshi Ben Yehuda MP (1956 - 1978)

בן חנן ונורי. נולד ביום א' בשבט תשט"ו (24.1.1955) בקיבוץ עין- שמר ולמד במוסד החינוכי שבקיבוצו. כשהיה בן 17 יצאו הוריו לשליחות בוינה, והוא סיים את לימודיו בבית-הספר האנגלי שם. בקיבוץ לא היה אבשלום מן ...

Azariah ben Solomon ibn Hasan (ben Hasan) MP (c.965 - d.)

Azariah ben David MP (b. - c.1216)