Samuel ibn Naghrela
Historical Figure
Nationality: Modern Spain
Religion: Judaism
Date of Birth: 993
Date of Death: c. 1056
Cause of Death: Unknown
Occupation: Soldier, Scholar, Poet
1632 series
POD: May, 1631
Appearance(s): 1632
Type of Appearance: Posthumous reference
Samuel ibn Naghrela (Hebrew: שמואל הלוי בן יוסף הנגיד‎, Sh'muel HaLevi ben Yosef HaNagid; Arabic: أبو إسحاق إسماعيل بن النغريلة‎ Abu Ishāq Ismā‘īl bin an-Naghrīlah), also known as Samuel HaNagid (Hebrew: שמואל הנגיד‎, Shmuel HaNagid, lit. Samuel the Prince), (born 993 - died after 1056), was a Talmudic scholar, grammarian, philologist, poet, warrior, and statesman, who lived in Iberia at the time of the Moorish rule.

Samuel ibn Naghrela in 1632Edit

Rebecca Abrabanel remembered the poetry of Samuel ibn Naghrela when she watched Mike Stearns and his fellow miners utterly defeat some twenty mercenaries in the employ of Count Tilly.