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- For the Tanna sage of the 5th generation, see Judah haNasi (Judah I).
- For the Amora sage of the 1st generation, see Judah II (Nesi'ah I).
- For the Amora sage of the 4th generation, see Judah III (Nesi'ah II).
385 CE—400 CE
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