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List Of Jewish Leaders In The Land Of Israel - The Chief Rabbinate Subordinate To The Nagid of Egypt
... prominent rabbis there during this time were Hananiah ben Yehudah, and Yehiel ben Yitzhak who inquired of Maimonides how to dispose of a certain amount of money ... The first two who held this title was Hillel ben Moshe and Ovadiah ben Ulah ... Avraham ben Moshe 1204–1237 under whose rule, Jerusalem, by treaty, passed to the Christians under Frederick II 1228 ...
March 4 - Births
1830) 1790 – David "Robber" Lewis, American criminal. 1943) 1864 – David W. 1927 – Philip Batt, American politician 1927 – Thayer David, American actor (d ...
Exilarch - Holders of The Office - Karaite
... Karaite princes beginning in the 8th century, after the time of David ben Judah Anan ben David, son of David ben Judah (ca 715 - ca 795 or 811?), considered to be a major founder of the Karaite movement ... Josiah, son of Anan ben David Jehoshaphat ben Saul, son of Saul ben Anan, early 9th century Boaz ben Jehoshaphat, son of Jehoshaphat ben Saul, mid-9th ... David ben Boaz, son of Boaz ben Jehoshaphat, 10th century ...
Exilarch - Holders of The Office - Later Traces
... Hasdai, among whose pupils was the subsequent pseudo-Messiah David Alroy, and Hasdai's son, the exilarch Daniel ... also refers to the latter, but under the name of "Daniel ben Solomon" hence it must be assumed that Hasdai was also called "Solomon." Yehuda Alharizi (after 1216) met at Mosul a descendant of the ... This was David ben Daniel he came to Egypt at the age of twenty, in 1081, and was proclaimed exilarch by the learned Jewish authorities of that country ...

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