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(Nachmanides) Rabbi Moshe ben Nachman, who lived in 13th-century Spain, was one
of the greatest minds in an epoch of great men. He was a leader, a thinker, a
Torah and Talmud commentator, a halachic decisor, a successful defender of
Judaism against the Church and its Jewish apostates. At the age of 70 he was
exiled from his native Aragon, and during the next three years, he wrote the
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