Avin (en wallon Åvin) est une section de la ville belge d'Hannut, située en Région wallonne dans la province de Liège.

C'était une commune à part entière avant la fusion des communes de 1977.

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  • ḤIYYA BAR AVIN — (in TJ, Bar Bun; beginning of the fourth century C.E.), Babylonian amora. Ḥiyya was the son of avin the Carpenter. He was a pupil of Huna (see Kid. 58a) and the resh kallah at his yeshivah (see She iltot, Berakhah 165). The teachings of Rav and… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • IDI BAR AVIN — (first half of fourth century C.E.). Babylonian amora. Idi and his brother Ḥiyya were the sons of avin the Carpenter (Ha Nagar) who was promised learned sons as a reward for his piety (Shab. 23b). Idi was a pupil of Ḥisda (Pes. 101b) in whose… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

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  • HUNA (Huna, Hunya, Nehunya) BEN AVIN HA-KOHEN — (mid fourth century C.E.), Palestinian amora. His full name appears in the Pesikta Rabbati (5:15b et al.). Huna was born in Babylon, where he studied under R. Joseph, but immigrated to Ereẓ Israel, and he gives a personal account of this… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

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