1135 - 1204
Jewish Philosopher

Moses Maimonides was born as a Jew under Muslim rule in Cordoba, Spain. He became a philosopher, jurist and physician who lived in Morocco, Palestine and Egypt.

Maimonides wrote numerous commentaries on rabbinical tradition which made him a major religious authority in Judaism.
A major work was 'The Guide of the Perplexed' which was written in Arabic.

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The Medieval Sourcebook:
Thirteen Articles of Jewish faith