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# R' Avraham ben Yitzchak Av Beit Din of Narbonne, who wrote the Sefer HaEshkol
# His son in law, and R' Avraham ben David of Posquières, author of the Hasagot on the [[Baal HaMaor]] and [[Rambam]], Baalei HaNefesh, and quoted extensively by Rishonim.<ref>Shem HaGedolim (Gedolim, Aleph 9-11). See Shach Choshen Mishpat 39:2</ref>
=Riva="ריב"א" can stand for a couple of different names, or even two people of the same name, as such, it's beneficial to specify who is who.<ref>Shem HaGedolim (Gedolim, Yud 291)</ref># R' Yitzchak HaLevi Bar Asher, probably one of [[Rashi]]'s teachers.<ref>See Shem HaGedolim (Gedolim, Yud 325) regarding the various teachers of Rashi and their similar names.</ref># R' Yitzchak Bar Asher, a student of Rashi who was named after the former and was one of the [[Baalei HaTosafot]], also known as Riva.# R' Yitzchak Bar Avraham of Shantz, also known as Ritzba (ריצב"א), or Ri HaBachur, and was killed Al Kiddush Hashem. Some say he's also the same person as the Ri HaLavan<ref>Hagahot Menachem Tzion ad loc citing Shu"t Maharam Semachot 78 and Moredechai Moed Kattan 904. He also points out how it's questionable if this is the same Ri HaLavan, student of Rabbenu Tam, as </ref># R' Yitzchak Bar Abba Mari, who wrote [[Sefer HaIttur]].
=Rabbeinu Yonah=
There were at least four Rabbeinu Yonahs:

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