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Hanina of Sura

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Rav Hanina of Sura (Hebrew: רב חנינא מסורא) was a Babylonian Amora of the fifth generation.

Like other Babylonian rabbis his title was "Rav", but this is sometimes written in error as "Rabbi".

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His mother was a "rebellious wife" who refused to sleep with her husband and desired a divorce. Yet Mar Zutra, the judge, compelled them to remain together, and Hanina was born. However, the Talmud recommends against forcing the couple to remain together in this way as a general policy.[1]

He was a colleague of Mar Zutra, Rav Man, and Rav Papi. His rulings are quoted in a number of places in the Babylonian Talmud.[2]


  1. ^ Ketuvot 63b
  2. ^ Adin Steinsaltz The Talmud 1994 Page 338 "Rav Hanina of Sura. A Babylonian Amora of the fifth generation, Rav Hanina of Sura was a colleague of Mar Zutra, Rav Man, and Rav Pappi. His rulings are quoted in a number of places in the Talmud."

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