ISAAC IBN Al-Hadib and Flavius Mithridates: The Diffusion of an Iberian Astronomical Tradition in the Late Middle Ages

@article{Goldstein2006ISAACIA,
  title={ISAAC IBN Al-Hadib and Flavius Mithridates: The Diffusion of an Iberian Astronomical Tradition in the Late Middle Ages},
  author={B. R. Goldstein and Jos{\'e}a Chab{\'a}s},
  journal={Journal for the History of Astronomy},
  year={2006},
  volume={37},
  pages={147 - 172}
}
Isaac Ibn al-Hadib (or al-Ahdab) first appears in the literature, when he was in Castile in the 1370s, as a student of Judah ben Asher II (then resident in Burgos), the greatgrandson of Asher ben Yehiel of Cologne (d. c. 1328) who became chief rabbi of Toledo in 1305. Judah ben Asher II (d. 1391) composed a set of astronomical tables that are poorly preserved in a unique copy; 1 he was killed during the anti-Jewish riots that took place all over Spain beginning in 1391 and, as a result of these… Expand

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