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Who’s Who in Jewish History after the period of the Old Testament. Joan Comay . 2012.
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Adret, Solomon ben-Abraham (Rashba) — (c. 1235–1310) Spanish rabbi and scholar. Adret studied under Rabbi Moses NAHMANIDES, and after some years of business activity was appointed rabbi of his native city, Barcelona, a post he held for forty years. He was known as Rashba from the… … Who’s Who in Jewish History after the period of the Old Testament
Adret(Abraham), Solomon ben (Adret, Solomon Ibn; Rashba) — (1235 1310) Spanish scholar. He studied under Nahmanides and was later the leader of Spanish Jewry. His legal decisions were viewed as authoritative because of his stature as a scholar; they constitute a primary source of information about the … Dictionary of Jewish Biography
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