Abraham Zacut

Abraham Zacut

Abraham Zacut

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  • Abraham Zacut — (Salamanca, hacia 1450; Damasco, ca. 1515). Astrónomo y matemático. Catedrático de la Universidad de Salamanca. En 1492, tras la expulsión de los judíos de España, fue a Portugal. Allí colaboró con Vasco de Gama, pero tuvo que irse al empezar la… …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • Abraham Zacuto — Tabla astronómica de Almanach Perpetuum, obra de Abraham Zacut sobre astronomía. Abraham Zacut o Abraham Ben Zacuto (en hebreo: אברהם זכות; en portugués Abraão ben Samuel Zacut) (Salamanca, 1452 Damasco, hacia 1510) fue un matemático, astrónomo e …   Wikipedia Español

  • ZACUTO, ABRAHAM BEN SAMUEL — (1452–c. 1515), astronomer and historian. His ancestors were French Jewish exiles who had come to Castile in 1306. In his biblical and talmudic studies he was instructed by his father and R. isaac aboab ii , and he attended the University of… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • AZULAI, ABRAHAM BEN MORDECAI — (c. 1570–1643), kabbalist. Azulai, who was born in Fez, first mastered the study of the Talmud and philosophic literature and then Kabbalah. He did not agree with the interpretations of the Zohar which his teachers provided, and he did not really …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Zacuto, Abraham (Abraham ben Samuel Zacut) — (1452 C.1515)    Spanish astronomer and historian. His ancestors were French Jewish exiles who went to Castile in 1306. He studied and taught in Salamanica. His Ha Hibbur ha Gadol, a Hebrew work on astronomy, was translated into Spanish and Latin …   Dictionary of Jewish Biography

  • SALAMANCA — SALAMANCA, city in western Spain. The Jewish settlement of Salamanca seems to have been one of the oldest in the kingdom. From its start at the time of Christian rule, the Jewish quarter was close to the old citadel. The first documents… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Salamanca — Para otros usos de este término, véase Salamanca (desambiguación). Salamanca Ba …   Wikipedia Español

  • CANTERA BURGOS, FRANCISCO° — (1901–1978), Spanish Hebraist. Born in Miranda de Ebro, Cantera Burgos had as his teachers the distiguished scholars R. Menéndez Pidal, A. Castro, and, above all, Gaspar Remiro. Under the latter s supervision he wrote his doctoral thesis on… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Gonzalo de Vivero — Gonzalo Pérez de Vivero. (1418 –,c. 1482) fue un obispo español. Nació en Vivero y murió en Salamanca. Biografía Era hijo de Gonzalo Pérez de Vaamonde y Mayor Pérez de Vivero, y sobrino de Alonso Pérez de Vivero. Fue Deán de la Catedral de Lugo,… …   Wikipedia Español

  • ABBA BAR AḤA — (third century), amora. He was born in Ereẓ Israel and emigrated to Babylonia (TJ, Ber. 1:9,3d). Several halakhot are quoted by him in the Jerusalem Talmud in the name of Rabbi (Judah ha Nasi) and in the Babylonian in that of Rabbenu ; therefore… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

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