Gabirol, Solomon ben Judah ibn

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  • GABIROL, SOLOMON BEN JUDAH, IBN — (c. 1021–c. 1057; Ar. Abu Ayyub Sulayman ibn Yahya ibn Gabirul; Lat. Avicebron), Spanish poet and philosopher. His Life The main source of information on Ibn Gabirol s life is his poems, although frequently they offer no more than hints. A number …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Ibn Gabirol, Solomon ben Judah — (1021–58)    Chiefly remembered as one of the greatest Sephardic poets, Ibn Gabirol was also one of the most original and resourceful of the medieval Jewish philosophers. As an inhabitant of Andalusia, he wrote in Arabic and was deeply influenced …   Islamic philosophy dictionary

  • Ibn-Gabirol, Solomon ben-Judah — (c. 1020–c. 1057)    Spanish philosopher and poet. Ibn Gabirol was born in Moslem Spain, probably in Malaga, and as a child moved with his family to Saragossa. Consumptive and ill tempered, he was an avid student, and was soon well versed in the… …   Who’s Who in Jewish History after the period of the Old Testament

  • Solomon ben Abraham ibn Parhon — was a Spanish philologist of the 12th century, a native of Ḳal ah (Ḳal at Ayyub, Calatayud), Aragon. In the preface to his lexicon he mentions as his teachers, besides a certain R. Ephraim of whom nothing more is known, the two great Spanish… …   Wikipedia

  • Judah ben Saul ibn Tibbon — (1120 – after 1190) was a translator and physician. Born in Granada, he left Spain in 1150, probably on account of anti Semitic persecution by the Almohades, and went to Lunel in southern France. Benjamin of Tudela mentions him as a physician… …   Wikipedia

  • Judah ben Saul ibn Tibbon — Jehuda ben Saul ibn Tibbon (* 1120 in Granada; gest. 1190 in Lunel) war ein jüdischer Übersetzer des Mittelalters. Er ist der Stammvater der Familie Ibn Tibbon und erhielt den Beinamen Vater der Übersetzer. Aufgrund von Verfolgungen in Spanien… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • FALAQUERA, SHEM TOV BEN JOSEPH IBN — (1223/8–after 1290), philosopher, translator, commentator, poet, and encyclopedist. Falaquera was born in Spain between 1223 and 1228; his last known work refers to events in 1290. Various etymologies have been suggested for his name, which was… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • BONAFED, SOLOMON BEN REUBEN — (end of the 14th–mid 15th century), Spanish poet and thinker; the last important poet of Sefarad. Solomon ben Reuben Bonafed was born between 1370 and 1380, and resided in different places in the Kingdom of Aragon in today s provinces of Lleida… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Ibn Gabirol — Ibn Gabirol. Šelomoh ben Yehudah ibn Gabirol (hebreo: שלמה בן יהודה אבן גבירול), Sulaymān ibn Yaḥyà ibn Ŷabīrūl (árabe: سليمان بن يحيى بن جبيرول) para los árabes, o Avicebrón como era conocido por los latinos, fue un filósofo y poeta judío… …   Wikipedia Español

  • ibn — /ib euhn/, (often cap.) son of (used in Arabic personal names): ibn Saud. [ < Ar: son (of); cf. BEN4] * * * (as used in expressions) Abu Ali al Husayn ibn Abd Allah ibn Sina Ibn Sina Hasan ibn Ali ibn Abi talib Hussein ibn talal Mawlana Nur al… …   Universalium

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