Moses ibn Ezra

Moses ibn Ezra,  (born c. 1060, Granada, Spain—diedc. 1139), Hebrew poet and critic, one of the finest poets of the golden age of Spanish Jewry (900–1200). He was one of the first Jewish poets to write secular verse; his surname, “ha-Sallaḥ” (Hebrew: Writer of Penitential Poems), however, was bestowed because of his penitential prayers (seliḥot).

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