Hasa of Eshtemoa

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Hasa of Eshtemoa (Hebrew: חסא דאשתמוע‎) was an amora active in Eshtemoa in the Land of Israel during the end of the 3rd-century or beginning of the 4th-century CE.[1] He is mentioned once in the Jerusalem Talmud as being visited by Rav Yasa of Tiberias.[2]

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