Biblical Archaeology Review 38:6, November/December 2012

Strata: In History

December 13, 1204 A.D. Moses Maimonides (known in Hebrew as Moshe ben Maimon), the Jewish rabbi, physician and philosopher who compiled Talmudic law in the 14-volume Mishneh Torah and was the foremost intellectual figure of medieval Judaism, died in Fustat, Egypt.

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