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Nathan ben Isaac ha-Kohen ha-Babli was a Babylonian Jewish historian of the 10th century. He was the author of a history of the exilarchate that gives many interesting details in regard to the exilarchs, particularly his contemporary Mar Ukba. Extracts from this history were published by Samuel Shullam in his edition of Zacuto's Yuḥasin (Constantinople, 1546), as well as by A. Neubauer (M. J. C. ii. 83 et seq.). Shullam's work is the only surviving source for Nathan's history other than an Arabic fragment published by Israel Friedlander.

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  • Natan ha-Babli (Geschichtsschreiber)
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  • Natan ben Isaac ha-Kohen ha-Babli, der Babylonier, war ein jüdischer Geschichtsschreiber des 10. nachchristlichen Jahrhunderts.
  • Nathan ben Isaac haCohen Nathan ben Isaac HaBavli haBavli (hébreu נתן הבבלי, Nathan le Babylonien) était un rabbin, voyageur et chroniqueur judéo-babylonien du Xe siècle. Il est principalement connu pour être l'auteur d'Aḥbar Bagdad (nouvelles de Bagdad), un témoignage sur le temps des Gueonim.
  • Nathan ben Isaac ha-Kohen ha-Babli was a Babylonian Jewish historian of the 10th century. He was the author of a history of the exilarchate that gives many interesting details in regard to the exilarchs, particularly his contemporary Mar Ukba. Extracts from this history were published by Samuel Shullam in his edition of Zacuto's Yuḥasin (Constantinople, 1546), as well as by A. Neubauer (M. J. C. ii. 83 et seq.). Shullam's work is the only surviving source for Nathan's history other than an Arabic fragment published by Israel Friedlander.
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  • Natan ben Isaac ha-Kohen ha-Babli, der Babylonier, war ein jüdischer Geschichtsschreiber des 10. nachchristlichen Jahrhunderts.
  • Nathan ben Isaac haCohen Nathan ben Isaac HaBavli haBavli (hébreu נתן הבבלי, Nathan le Babylonien) était un rabbin, voyageur et chroniqueur judéo-babylonien du Xe siècle. Il est principalement connu pour être l'auteur d'Aḥbar Bagdad (nouvelles de Bagdad), un témoignage sur le temps des Gueonim.
  • Nathan ben Isaac ha-Kohen ha-Babli was a Babylonian Jewish historian of the 10th century. He was the author of a history of the exilarchate that gives many interesting details in regard to the exilarchs, particularly his contemporary Mar Ukba. Extracts from this history were published by Samuel Shullam in his edition of Zacuto's Yuḥasin (Constantinople, 1546), as well as by A. Neubauer (M. J. C. ii. 83 et seq.). Shullam's work is the only surviving source for Nathan's history other than an Arabic fragment published by Israel Friedlander. Since Nathan ben Jehiel of Rome, the author of the Arukh, is quoted in Zacuto's Yuḥasin (ed. Filipowski, p. 174, London, 1856) as "Nathan ha-Babli of Narbonne," H. Grätz (Gesch. 3d ed., v. 288, 469-471) mistook the latter for Nathan ben Isaac ha-Kohen ha-Babli and ascribed to him an Arukh similar to that written by Nathan b. Jehiel. Grätz even went so far as to identify Nathan ben Isaac with the fourth of the four prisoners captured by (see Ḥushiel ben Elhanan), assuming that he settled afterward at Narbonne.
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