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For the fourth generation Amora sage of the Land of Israel, see: Rabbi Aha. For the third and fourth generation Amora sage of Babylon, see: Aha b. Jacob. For the Savora sage, see: Ahai.

Rav Aha b. Rava (or Rav Aha b'reih deRava; Hebrew: רב אחא בריה דרבא‎) was a Babylonian rabbi (sixth and seventh generation of amoraim).


His name indicates that he was the son of Rava. Some believe this was the famous Rava who argued with Abaye; others say it was a different Rava.[1]

His teachers included Rav Kahana III, Rav Ashi, Amemar, and Mar Zutra.[2] His colleagues included Ravina I.[3] After Mar Zutra's death, he took Mar Zutra's place as head of the Pumbedita yeshiva.[4]

He is recorded as debating the behavior of ants, criticizing the methodology of an experiment which R' Shimon ben Halafta had performed to determine their social patterns.[5]


  1. ^ Aharon Heimann, Toldot Tannaim veAmoraim, "Rav Aha Breih deRava"
  2. ^ Pesachim 103b; Sukkah 32b
  3. ^ Pesachim 39a
  4. ^ Seder Tannaim veAmoraim
  5. ^ Chullin 57b

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