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For the 30th Exilarch Amora sage of Babylon, leader of the rebel against Kavadh I, see: Mar-Zutra II. For the Savora sage, son of the 30th Exilarch, see: Mar-Zutra III

Mar Zutra (Hebrew: מר זוטרא‎, died 417 CE) was a Babylonian rabbi, of the sixth generation of amoraim.


He was a student of Rav Papa, whom he frequently quoted,[1] and Rav Papi.[2]

His closest colleagues were Rav Ashi and Amemar. The three of them are described together in their studies, meals, and visits to the court of Yazdegerd I.[3]

He headed the Yeshiva of Pumbedita, and according to the book "Seder Tannaim ve-Amoraim", previous to Rav Aha b. Rava. In the Iggeret Rav Sherira Gaon (French version), he is not mentioned as a head of a Yeshiva, but in later sources he is noted as Mar Zutra, Head of a Yeshiva.


  1. ^ Yevamot 75b; Ketuvot 91a; Kiddushin 7a; Bava Metzia 67b; Hullin 63a, 112a
  2. ^ Sukkah 46b
  3. ^ Ketuvot 63b; Brachot 44b, 50b; Pesachim 103b; Ketuvot 61a

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