Rabina I. (also: Rawina I. ) was a Babylonian amora of the sixth generation, and lived and worked in the 4th and 5th century AD.
He was a pupil of the famous school of Mahuza Haupt, Raba, with his son Acha ( b. Raba ) he often disputed later.
Rabina was the most important employees, according to another colleague, for other teachers Aschis, the school Haupts in Mata Machseja ( suburb of Sura ), from the editors of the Babylonian Talmud.
Rabina was a friend of Rab Nahman bar Isaac, and must have reached a very high age. He died about five years ago Ashi (421? ).
Rabina II (bar Huna ) was Rabinas I. nephew.
Literature (selection )
- Johann Krengel, articles RAWINA, in: Jewish Encyclopedia, Berlin 1927, Vol IV / 1
- Strack / Stemberger, Introduction to the Talmud and Midrash, 7th edition, Munich 1982
- Born in the 4th century
- Died in the 5th century