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As the scene of his activity, Rav first chose Nehardea, where the exilarch appointed him agoranomos, or market-master, and Rabbi Shela made him lecturer ( amora ) of his college ( Jerusalem Talmud Bava Batra v. 15a ; Yoma, 20b ).
In this noble prayer are evinced profound religious feeling and exalted thought, as well as ability to use the Hebrew language in a natural, expressive, and classical manner ( Jerusalem Talmud Rosh Hashanah i. 57a ).
The Jerusalem Talmud has preserved a large number of his halakic and aggadistic utterances ; and the Palestinian Midrashim also contain many of his aggadot.
*" Man will be called to account for having deprived himself of the good things which the world offered " ( Jerusalem Talmud Kiddushin end ).
Steinsaltz completed his Hebrew edition of the entire Babylonian Talmud in November 2010, at which time Koren Publishers Jerusalem became the publisher of all of his works, including the Talmud.
But, one opinion in the Jerusalem Talmud argues that the concubine should also receive a marriage contract, but without including a clause specifying a divorce settlement.
Sacred Jewish texts written in the Holyland at this time are the Gemara ( 400 ), the Jerusalem Talmud ( 500 ) and the Passover Haggadah.
# Machen: The fourth Heaven is ruled by the Archangel Michael, and according to Talmud Hagiga 12, it contains the heavenly Jerusalem, the Temple, and the Altar.
According to the Talmud, at the re-dedication of the Temple in Jerusalem following the victory of the Maccabees over the Seleucid Empire, there was only enough consecrated oil to fuel the eternal flame in the Temple for one day.
According to the Talmud, prayer is a Biblical commandment and the Talmud gives two reasons why there are three basic prayers: to recall the daily sacrifices at the Temple in Jerusalem, and / or because each of the Patriarchs instituted one prayer: Abraham the morning, Isaac the afternoon and Jacob the evening.
According to the Talmud, soon after the destruction of the Temple in Jerusalem a formal version of the Amidah was adopted at a rabbinical council in Yavne, under the leadership of Rabban Gamaliel II and his colleagues.
Ginzberg was the author of a number of scholarly Jewish works, including a commentary on Talmud Yerushalmi ( the Jerusalem Talmud ) and his six-volume ( plus a one-volume index ) The Legends of the Jews, ( 1909 ) which combined hundreds of legends and parables from a lifetime of midrash research.
These debates eventually came to be edited together into compilations known as the Talmud: the Talmud Yerushalmi ( Jerusalem Talmud ) for the compilation in Israel, and Talmud Bavli ( Babylonian Talmud ) for the compilation undertaken in Babylon.
According to the Talmud, after the Seleucid desecration of the Jewish Temple in Jerusalem, there was only enough sealed ( and therefore not desecrated ) consecrated olive oil left to fuel the eternal flame in the Temple for one day.
* A smaller number, such as the Romaniote Jews, traditionally rule according to the Jerusalem Talmud over the Babylonian Talmud.
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Deane and J. R. Thomson write this valid conclusion, “ The Book of Obadiah is occupied with one subject – the punishment of Edom for its cruel and unbrotherly love conduct towards Judah ...” One can link this idea of punishment to one of the major prophets “ Ezekiel ” who “... interprets the exile to Babylon and the destruction of Jerusalem as deserved punishments for the sins of those who themselves committed them .” Verses 3-7 in Obadiah explain to the reader the reason for the punishment theme, “ Confidence in one ’ s power, intelligence, allies, or the topographical features of one ’ s territory is often mentioned as an attribute of those who foolishly confront the Lord and are consequently punished .” Although destruction is vital to understanding Obadiah, it is of note to understand the destruction being a consequence of action.
Davies and Allison draw attention to the use of " triads " ( the gospel groups things in threes ), and R. T. France notes the geographic movement from Galilee to Jerusalem and back ( the post-resurrection appearances in Galilee are the culmination of the whole story ).
* Benjamin Z. Kedar, Hans Eberhard Mayer & R. C. Smail, ed., Outremer: Studies in the history of the Crusading Kingdom of Jerusalem presented to Joshua Prawer.
* E. R. Geehan, ed., Jerusalem and Athens: Critical Discussions on the Philosophy and Apologetics of Cornelius Van Til ( Phillipsburg: Presbyterian and Reformed, 1980 ).
R. T. France argues for plausibility on the grounds, inter alia, that “ the murder of a few infants in a small village not on a scale to match the more spectacular assassinations recorded by Josephus ”; Schnackenburg follows this line also, and Gordon Franz points to Josephus ' failure to mention other pivotal events in the first century AD, such as " the episode of the golden Roman shields in Jerusalem which was the cause of the bad blood between Herod Antipas and Pontus ( sic ) Pilate ".
His career is discussed by B von Kugler, Bohemund und Tancred ( 1862 ); while L von Heinemann, Geschichte der Norniannen in Sicilien und Unteritalien ( 1894 ), and R. Röhricht, Geschichte des ersten Kreuzzuges ( 1901 ), and Geschichte das Königreichs Jerusalem ( 1898 ), may also be consulted for his history.
R. N .) gives the following explanation of the sentence: Hillel stood in the gate of Jerusalem one day and saw the people on their way to work.
* Mazar, A. and Mullins, Robert ( eds ), Excavations at Tel Beth Shean 1989-1996, Volume II: The Middle and Late Bronze Age Strata in Area R, Jerusalem: IES / HUJ, 2007.
, “ Temples of the Middle and Late Bronze Ages and the Iron Age ”, in Kempinski, A. and Reich, R. ( eds ), The Architecture of Ancient Israel from the Prehistoric to the Persian Periods — in Memory of Immanual ( Munya ) Dunayevsky, Jerusalem: IES, 1992, pp. 161 – 187.
& Reich, R. ( eds ), The Architecture of Ancient Israel from the Prehistoric to the Persian Periods-in Memory of Immanual ( Munya ) Dunayevsky, Jerusalem: IES, ( 1992 ), pp. 161 – 187.
After the ruins of the house inhabited by R. Judah he-Ḥasid at Jerusalem were cleared away in 1836, some writings of Israel Najara of the year 1579 were found ; these writings are now ( as of 1906 ) preserved in the archives of the synagogue of Jerusalem.
Early employment included serving as the project manager of industrial-design projects at Bezalel R & D in Jerusalem in 1990 – 96, and was active as a freelance designer in 1993 – 96.
Turrell's work is represented in numerous public collections including the Tate Modern, London ; Los Angeles County Museum of Art ; the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York ; the Henry Art Gallery, Seattle ; Walker Art Center, Minneapolis ; the de Young Museum, San Francisco ; and the Israel Museum, Jerusalem.
Before Wiseman's publication, E. R. Thiele had determined from the biblical texts that Nebuchadnezzar's initial capture of Jerusalem occurred in the spring of 597 BCE, while other scholars, including William F. Albright, more frequently dated the event to 598 BCE.
Today, over 1000 individuals work at IBM R & D locations across Israel, including Haifa, Tel Aviv, Herzliya, Rehovot, and the Jerusalem Technology Park.
According to M. R. Morgan, the squire Ernoul was the same man as Arnaix or Arneis of Gibelet, who was an important noble in the crusader Kingdom of Cyprus in the first half of the 13th century, and must have been connected to the Ibelins, who were also important there ; the Gibelets had strong ties to the Ibelins throughout the 12th and 13th centuries in both Jerusalem and Cyprus.
Of his many translations, mention may be made of the Homeric Hymns in collaboration with R. Schwenck ( 1814 ), Tasso's Jerusalem Delivered ( 1818 ) and Siegfrieds Tod from the Nibelungenlied ( 1842 ); he also collected and translated Latin hymns and sacred poetry ( 1819 ).
In 1650 Rapoports lived in Dubno and Krzemeniec ; in the 18th century descendants of R. Judah Rapoport are found in Smyrna and Jerusalem.
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On his first trip to the finished structure he boasted that he had built a temple grander than Solomon's in Jerusalem.
To derive Utopian communism from the Jerusalem Christian community of the apostolic age or from its medieval successors-in-spirit, the monastic communities, is with an appropriate shift of adjectives, misleading in the same way as to derive it from Plato's Republic: in the Republic we have to do with an elite of physical and intellectual athletes, in the apostolic and monastic communities with an elite of spiritual and religious athletes.
But there was a contrast even more decisive than a hunger for fact between the Trial in Jerusalem and those in Moscow and New York.
most of the information elicited in Jerusalem had been brought to the surface by the numerous War Crimes tribunals and investigating commissions, and by reports, memoirs, and survivors' accounts.
The progressive closing of Afro-Asian ears to the Christian message is epitomized in a conversation I had three years ago while flying from Jerusalem to Cairo.
Ward had originally written the music, Materna, for the hymn O Mother dear, Jerusalem in 1882, though it was not first published until 1892.
According to the Gospel of Matthew, at the death of Jesus tombs were opened, and at his resurrection many saints who had died emerged from their tombs and went into " the holy city ", presumably New Jerusalem.
The second resurrection is of the unrighteous, when Jesus brings the New Jerusalem down from heaven to relocate to Earth.
In the same year, the Synod of Jerusalem under Constantine's direction readmitted Arius to communion in AD 336.
After this deed he fled to Talmai, the king of Geshur () ( see also or ), his maternal grandfather, and it was not until three years later that he was fully reinstated in his father's favour and finally returned to Jerusalem.
While at Jerusalem, Absalom built support for himself among the populace by promising justice for all " if only I were appointed judge in the land ", and by showing humility by kissing those who approached him rather than accepting supplication.
The priests Zadok and Abiathar remained behind in Jerusalem, and their sons Jonathan and Ahimaaz served as David's spies.
* 2003 – A Hamas planned suicide attack on a bus in Jerusalem, Israel kills 23 Israelis, 7 of them children in the Shmuel HaNavi bus bombing.
The word acropolis literally in Greek means " city on the extremity " and though associated primarily with the Greek cities Athens, Argos, Thebes, and Corinth ( with its Acrocorinth ), may be applied generically to all such citadels, including Rome, Jerusalem, Celtic Bratislava, many in Asia Minor, or even Castle Rock in Edinburgh.
* 1948 – The Hadassah medical convoy massacre: In an ambush, 79 Jewish doctors, nurses and medical students from Hadassah Hospital and a British soldier are massacred by Arabs in Sheikh Jarra near Jerusalem.
His older brother, Antimenidas, appears to have served as a mercenary in the army of Nebuchadnezzar II and probably took part in the conquest of Judaea and the destruction of Jerusalem in 587 BC.
* 1192 – Assassination of Conrad of Montferrat ( Conrad I ), King of Jerusalem, in Tyre, two days after his title to the throne is confirmed by election.
He certainly corresponded with Elias III, the Patriarch of Jerusalem, and possibly sent a mission to India in honour of Saint Thomas the Apostle, whose tomb was believed to lie in that country.