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SIMEON BEN HA-SEGAN (called also simply Ha-Segan):

Tanna of the second generation. Some halakic sayings of his have been preserved in the Mishnah, all of which have been transmitted by Simeon ben Gamaliel (Sheḳ. viii. 5; Ket. ii. 8; Men. xi. 9). He is perhaps identical with Simeon ben Kahana, in whose name Simeon ben Gamaliel also transmits halakic sayings (Tosef., Parah, xi. 6).

Bibliography:
  • Heilprin, Seder ha-Dorot, ii. 362;
  • Frankel, Hodegetica in Mischnam, p. 100;
  • Brüll, Einleitung in die Mischna, i. 95-96;
  • Bacher, Ag. Tan. ii. 324, note 4.
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