Ibn Tibbon, Judah ben Saul

(1120, Granada, España– 1190, Marsella).

Médico y traductor judío. Las persecuciones contra los judíos lo obligaron a huir de España y en 1150 se estableció en el sur de Francia para practicar la medicina. Sus traducciones de obras filosóficas de judíos escritas en árabe contribuyeron a difundir las culturas árabe y griega en la Europa medieval. Su hijo y nieto también fueron connotados eruditos y traductores.

Enciclopedia Universal. 2012.

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  • Ibn Tibbon, Judah ben Saul — born 1120, Granada, Spain died с 1190, Marseille Jewish physician and translator. Persecutions of the Jews forced him to flee Spain, and he settled in southern France in 1150 to practice medicine. His translations of philosophical works by Arabic …   Universalium

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  • ibn Tibbon, Moses ben Samuel — ▪ Jewish physician and translator flourished 1240–83, Marseille, France       Jewish physician like his father, Samuel ben Judah ibn Tibbon, and his paternal grandfather, Judah ben Saul ibn Tibbon, and an important translator of Arabic language… …   Universalium

  • 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

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  • Samuel ibn Tibbon — Samuel ben Judah ibn Tibbon, more commonly known as Samuel ibn Tibbon (Hebrew: שמואל בן יהודה אבן תבון, Arabic: ابن تبّون), was a Jewish philosopher and doctor. He was born about 1150 in Lunel (Languedoc), and died about 1230 in Marseilles. He is …   Wikipedia

  • Judá ben Saúl ibn Tibbón — (1120 – fallecido hacia 1190) fue un traductor, médico y poeta granadino. Nacido en la ciudad de Granada, abandonó la península ibérica hacia el año 1150, posiblemente debido a la persecución de los Almohades contra los judíos y viajó a Lunel, en …   Wikipedia Español

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