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A History of the Mishnaic Law of Holy Things, Part 5: Keritot, Meilah, Tamid, Middot, Qinnim

Translation and Explanation (Studies in Judaism in Late Antiquity)
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In part five of this series, Jacob Neusner continues to Middot the Mishnaic law of Holy Things, which concern matters pertaining to the Temple and its cult.

In this volume, Neusner translates and explains five tractates in the Mishnah-Tosefta: Keritot, Meilah, Tamid, Middot, and Qinnim. The Keritot centers on the catalogue of offerings required for transgressions and penalties.

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In this volume, Neusner translates and explains five tractates in the Mishnah-Tosefta: Keritot, Meilah, Tamid, Middot, and Qinnim.

A History of the Mishnaic Law of Holy Things, Volume 5: Keritot, Meilah, Tamid, Middot, Qinnim Translation and explanation Author: Jacob Neusner. Book (Hardback) Qinnim book book provides a close hearing of the oral storytelling that generated these narratives now surviving only in literary form.

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Arakhin, Temurah. Translation and Explanation; V. Keritot, Meilah, Tamid, Middot, Qinnim. Translation and Explanation; VI. The Mishnaic System of Sacrifice and Sanctuary. All six volumes now are in press at E. Brill and will be published shortly.

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II (Neusner Titles in Brown Judaic Studies) 1. Kodashim (Holy Things), dealing with sacrifices and the Temple Zevachim Menachot Chullin Bekhorot Arakhin Temurah Keritot Meilah Tamid Middot Qinnim Toharot (Purities), dealing with laws of ritual purity and impurity Kelim Ohalot Negaim Parah Tohorot Miqvaot Niddah Makhshirin Zabim Tebul-Yom Yadayim Uqsin.

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Completed about years prior to "The Babylonian Talmud (Bavli"), it records the first such compilation of Jewish scholarly thought. This second volume of a two-part project on the Mishnah displays a broad selection of approaches to the study of the Mishnah in the contemporary academy.

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Translation and Explanation. The Mishnaic System of Sacrice and Sanctuary. Much of the early part of Book XVIII.

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The text of the Gemara records and reports seven generations-worth of debates and statements of the rabbis of the great academies of the Land of Israel and Babylonia. Readings. In traditional Sabbath Torah reading, the parashah is divided into seven readings, or עליות, aliyot.

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Homiletic The art of preaching or public persuasion. Hoshanah Chant of "Save us, L-rd." said while carrying Torah in procession. Hoshana Rabbah (al. Hoshanah Raba) the last day of the Feast of Tabernacles. Ishtar Fertility Goddess.

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Xxiii, pages. 25 cm. Series: Studies in Judaism in Late Antiquity, 33, 5. Jacob Neusner is the Research Professor of Religion and Theology and Senior Fellow of the Institute of Advanced Theology at Bard College. Part 6: The Mishnaic System of Sacrifice and Sanctuary; xxxi+ pages, bibliography, index; guilders; ISBN Neusner continues his study of the history of Mishnaic law in the fifth order of the Mishna, Qodashim, or Holy Things.

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