Rabbi at Cagliari, Sardinia, in the eighth century. He is mentioned by Antonio di Tharos, the historian of that epoch, and by Delotone, in his "Ritmo di Gialeto." The latter relates that Abraham interpreted many Phenician inscriptions collected by the Sardinian king Gialeto; and the former that, together with another Jewish scholar named Canaim, he deciphered Greek and Phenician inscriptions found in the palace of Masu.

  • Spano, in Educatore Israelitico, xxvii. 165;
  • Mortara, Indice, p. 9.
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