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For rabbis of the Land of Israel (third generation of amoraim) with similar names, see Hanina b. Papi or Hanina ben Pappa.
For a Babylonian rabbi (fifth generation of amoraim) with a similar name, see Rav Papa.

Rav Papi[1][2] (or Rav Pappai; Hebrew: רב פפי‎) was an Babylonian rabbi, of the fifth generation of amoraim.


He was the son-in-law of Rabbi Isaac Nappaha.[3]

His main rabbi was Rava, and he repeats many teachings in Rava's name.[4]

He was a colleague and an opponent of Rav Papa and Rav Huna b. Joshua.

His students include Rav Ashi and Ravina I.


  1. ^ Shabat, 93a [1]
  2. ^ Shabbat 93a
  3. ^ Chullin 110a
  4. ^ Shabbat 93a; Pesachim 7a; etc.
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