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This legend has been somewhat elaborately treated in Yiddish under the title, Ein ganz neie Maase vun dem Tanna R. Akiba, Lemberg, 1893 ( compare Tanna debe Eliyahu Zuṭṭa, xvii., where Johanan ben Zakkai's name is given in place of Akiba ).
Johanan ben Zakkai established that the shofar trumpets be blown at Jamnia and the surrounding places even if the festival fell on the Sabbath, while at one time this was done only in the Temple ( iv. 1 ); he also fixed the lulav outside of the Temple for seven days, and forbade the eating of new grain on the second day of Passover ( iv. 2 ); he extended the time for examining witnesses until the evening, and had them come to Jamnia even in the absence of the av bet din ( iv. 3 ).
Ordinances of Johanan ben Zakkai concerning Rosh ha-Shanah and the Sabbath, and other matters
The Tosefta omits the ordinances of Gamliel and of Johanan ben Zakkai, and the dispute of the two leaders of the school-house, nor does it mention anything of the power of any tannaitic dignitary ; the Tosefta is here a product of the time of the Amoraim.
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The community also appealed for aid to Sanballat I, a Samaritan potentate, and his sons Delaiah and Shelemiah, as well as Johanan ben Eliashib.
The Jerusalem Talmud probably originated in Tiberias in the School of Johanan ben Nappaha.
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* Johanan ben Nuri, one of the tannaim of the 1st and 2nd centuries, frequently cited in the Mishnah
* Johanan ben Zakai ( c. 30 – 90 ), one of the tannaim, widely regarded as one of the most important Jewish figures in the era of the Second Temple and a primary contributor to the Mishnah
Instead the chain is listed as passing directly from Hillel to Johanan ben Zakkai.
The Jewish Encyclopedia writes that the mention of the " Holy of Holies " in this passage is not an anachronism, as Grätz thinks, for while it is true that Eliezer and Joshua were present as the geonim par excellence at Elisha's circumcision — which must, therefore, have occurred after the death of Johanan ben Zakkai ( 80 )— it is also true that the " Holy of Holies " is likewise mentioned in connection with Rabbi Akiva ( Makkot, end ); indeed, the use of this expression is due to the fact that the Rabbis held holiness to be inherent in the place, not in the building ( Yevamot 6b ).
For legends concerning Elisha see Johanan ben Nappaha ; Rabbi Meir ; compare also Gnosticism.
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Among the sciences that Johanan ben Zakkai mastered was a knowledge of the solstices and the calendar ; i. e., the ability to compute the course of the sun and the moon ( Suk.
In the latter library may be found also the hitherto unprinted commentaries by Solomon ben Shabbethai ( 541 ), and Johanan ben Reuben ( 542 ).
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Johanan and one
" R. Johanan said that, according to some, a baraita taught that one hundred and twenty elders, including some prophets, instituted the ' Shemoneh ' Esreh.

Johanan and who
Johanan succeeded Gedaliah, who had been assassinated by an Israelite prince in the pay of Ammon " for working with the Babylonians.
* Johanan, son of Jojada, a high priest mentioned in the Book of Nehemiah () who is fourth in the line of high priests after Jeshua, who returned from the Babylonian captivity with Zerubbabel
* Johanan, son of Kareah, mentioned as a leader of the army who led the remnant of the population of the Kingdom of Judah to Egypt for safety ( against the advice of Jeremiah – see ), after the Babylonian dismantling of the kingdom in 586 BC and the subsequent assassination of Gedaliah, the Babylon-appointed Jewish governor (, )
According to R. Johanan, who wrote in the third century,
According to the book it was written by Assaf ( or Assaph / Asaph ) Ben Berhiyahu ( son of Birhiyahu ) and Johanan Ben Zabda, who lived in Israel between the fourth and sixth century CE.
" R. Zera said in the name of R. Abbahu who quoted R. Johanan: These are the eighty thousand battle trumpets which assembled in the city of Bethar, when it was taken and men, women and children were slain in it until their blood ran into the Great Sea.

Johanan and is
The enormous size of the Leviathan is described by R. Johanan, from whom proceeded nearly all the aggadot concerning this monster: " Once we went in a ship and saw a fish which put his head out of the water.
When the Leviathan is hungry, reports R. Dimi in the name of R. Johanan, he sends forth from his mouth a heat so great as to make all the waters of the deep boil, and if he would put his head into Paradise no living creature could endure the odor of him ( ib .).
There is no difference in meaning between the various transliterations ( Yohanan, Yochanan, and Johanan ); in the absence of a generally agreed transliteration method for Hebrew, the name of the same individual may be transliterated differently by different sources.
The form Johanan is traditional in English-language Bible translations of the Hebrew Bible.
104b ), and an aggadic ruling on Biblical stories beginning with the phrase " Va-yehi bayamim " ( And it came to pass in those days ) is designated by Johanan, or his pupil Levi, as a " tradition of the men of the Great Synagogue " ( Meg.
He is, moreover, known as a disciple of Rabbi Johanan, after whose death he and his friends Ammi and Assi were the recognized authorities on the Halakah in Palestine.

Johanan and mentioned
Both Sanballat and Johanan are mentioned in the Book of Nehemiah,,.
Some statements in the book are attributed to R. Berechiah, R. Johanan, R. Bun, rabbis mentioned in the later midrashic literature.

Johanan and times
In Biblical times this occurs with regard to the names Abigail, Abijah, Athaliah, Chushan, Ephah, Micha, Nahash, Shelomith, Zibiah ; in Talmudic times, with regard to Ibu, Johanan, Nehorai, Pasi, Shalom ; the only later instances that may be cited are Jeroham, Mazal-Ṭob, Neḥamah, Menuḥah, Simḥah, Tamar, Bongodas, and Bien-li-Viengue.

Johanan and Talmud
The ascription of the Mekilta to Rabbi Ishmael and of the Jerusalem Talmud to Rabbi Johanan rests on a similar procedure.
111a, b ; another version occurs in Talmud Yerushalmi Sanhedrin 16a, where Johanan accompanies Yannai ).
But in the Jerusalem Talmud, R. Johanan ( Meg.

ben and one
He was a descendant of Meshullam ben Jacob of Lunel, one of whose five sons was Joseph, the grandfather of Abba Mari, who, like his son Moses, the father of Abba Mari, was highly respected for both his rabbinical learning and his general erudition.
Encouraged, however, by letters signed by the rabbis of Argentière and Lunel, and particularly by the support of Kalonymus ben Todros, the nasi of Narbonne, and of the eminent Talmudist Asheri of Toledo, Ben Adret issued a decree, signed by thirty-three rabbis of Barcelona, excommunicating those who should, within the next fifty years, study physics or metaphysics before their thirtieth year of age ( basing his action on the principle laid down by Maimonides, Guide for the Perplexed part one chapter 34 ), and had the order promulgated in the synagogue on Sabbath, July 26, 1305.
According to a Jewish legend, one of the Essenes, named Menachem, had passed at least some of his mystical knowledge to the Talmudic mystic Nehunya ben HaKanah, to whom the Kabbalistic tradition attributes Sefer HaBahir and, by some opinions, Sefer HaKanah, Sefer HaPeliah and Sefer HaTemunah.
In it, Gans writes of an audience between the Maharal and Rudolph II: " Our lord the emperor … Rudolph … sent for and called upon our master Rabbi Low ben Bezalel and received him with a welcome and merry expression, and spoke to him face to face, as one would to a friend.
The Jewish calendar's epoch ( reference date ), 1 Tishrei 1 AM, is equivalent to Monday, 7 October 3761 BCE in the proleptic Julian calendar, the equivalent tabular date ( same daylight period ) and is about one year before the traditional Jewish date of Creation on 25 Elul AM 1, based upon the Seder Olam Rabbah of Rabbi Yossi ben Halafta, a 2nd century CE sage.
Mosheh ben Maimon ( משה בן מימון )‎, called Moses Maimonides and also known as Mūsā ibn Maymūn (), or RaMBaM ( רמב " ם – Hebrew acronym for " Rabbi Mosheh Ben Maimon "), was a preeminent medieval Jewish philosopher and one of the most prolific and followed Torah scholars and physicians of the Middle Ages.
Maimonides and his wife, the daughter of one Mishael ben Yeshayahu Halevi, had one child, Avraham, who was recognized as a great scholar, and who succeeded him as Nagid and as court physician at the age of eighteen.
* Rabbi Obadiah ben Abraham of Bertinoro ( 15th century ) wrote one of the most popular Mishnah commentaries.
Honigmann discusses the view that Abd el-Ouahed ben Messaoud ben Mohammed Anoun, Moorish ambassador of the Arab King of Barbary to Queen Elizabeth I in 1600, was one inspiration for Othello.
Then he moved to Mainz, where he studied under another of his relatives, Rabbi Isaac ben Judah, the rabbinic head of Mainz and one of the leading sages of the Lorraine region straddling France and Germany.
" Although there have been a number of philosophers who have formulated similar anti-razors since Chatton's time, no one anti-razor has perpetuated in as much notability as Chatton's anti-razor, although this could be the case of the Late Renaissance Italian motto of unknown attribution Se non è vero, è ben trovato (" Even if it is not true, it is well conceived ") when referred to a particularly artful explanation.
This apparition was the only one to occur during ben Hananiah's lifetime.
Chapter 14 of the Book of Isaiah refers to what Jewish exegesis of the prophetic vision of Isaiah 14: 12-15 identifies as King Nebuchadnezzar II ; the Hebrew word says " Helel ben Shaḥar " (" the shining one, son of the morning ").
* 9th-12th centuries — Al-Kindi ( Alkindus ), Saadia Gaon ( Saadia ben Joseph ) and Al-Ghazali ( Algazel ) support a universe that has a finite past and develop two logical arguments against the notion of an infinite past, one of which is later adopted by Immanuel Kant
His family was prominent for learning and piety, his father Yechiel was a Talmudist, and one of his ancestors was Rabbi Eliezer ben Nathan ( the RaABaN ).
The lack of such discrepancies in the Aleppo Codex is one of the reasons for its importance ; the scribe who copied the notes, presumably Aaron ben Moses ben Asher, probably wrote them originally.
The Hebrew expression " son of man " ( בן – אדם i. e. ben -' adam ) appears one hundred and seven times in the Hebrew Bible.
The Hebrew expression " son of man " ( בן – אדם i. e. ben -' adam ) appears one hundred and seven times in the Hebrew Bible.
The bible describes an Israelite as one descended from Ya ' akov ben Yitzhak ben Avraham, or one who has been converted or adopted into that group by either human or spiritual means.

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