Rabbeinu Abraham ben David was a Jewish, French commentator on the Talmud. He was born in Provence, France, about 1125 CE; died at Posquières, 27 November 1198 CE.
He was the son-in-law of Abraham ben Isaac of Narbonne Av Beth Din (known as the Ravad II), and the father of Rabbeinu Isaac the Blind.
RABaD (abbreviation for Rabbeinu Abraham ben David) or RABaD III remained in Lunel after completing his studies, and subsequently became one of the rabbinical authorities of that city. He went to Montpellier, where he remained for a short time, and then moved to Nîmes, where he lived for a considerable period.

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