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Author Schwartz, Marcus Mordecai

Title Rewriting the Talmud : the Fourth Century Origins of Bavil Rosh Hashanah
Published Tübingen : Mohr Siebeck, 2019


Description 1 online resource (164 pages)
Series Texts and Studies in Ancient Judaism ; v. 175
Texte und Studien zum antiken Judentum.
Contents Cover; Titel; Acknowledgements; Table of Contents; Introduction; 1. Initial Influences and Hypothesis; 2. Additional Scholarly Influences; a) The Role of the Early Amoraim; b) The Role of Middle-Generation Babylonian Amoraim; 3. Methodology and Application; Part I: Rav Hisda; Chapter One: Hisda Dicta and Materials in the Yerushalmi; 1. This Law; 2. Documents; 3. The New Year for Kings; Chapter Two: The Core-sugya; 1. The First Stammaitic Interlude: 2a:15, 2b:5; 2. Toseftan baraita: 2b:5-10; 3. The Second Stammaitic Interlude: 2b:10-21; 4. Rabbi Yohanan's Dictum: 2b:21-28
5. Stammaitic Challenges: 2b:28, 3a:236. Rabbi Elazar's Dictum, 3a:23-26; 7. Ravina and Rav Ashi, 3a:26-32; 8. Baraita in support of Rabbi Yohanan, 3a:32-42; Chapter Three: Summary and Conclusions; Part II: Rava; Chapter One: Concerning Rava and Rabbah; Chapter Two: Structures and Themes; 1. The Bavli Passage; 2. The Yerushalmi Passage; Chapter Three: Analysis of B. Rosh Hashanah 29b:24-30a:34; 1. Section One: Units 1-4; a) Conclusion One: Rava appears as the main voice at unit 2, not Rabbah; b) Conclusion Two: Rava drew on Palestinian material
C) Conclusion Three: Rava may have adapted Babylonian material from other redacted Babylonian contexts and incorporated them in a new sugyad) Conclusion Four: Section one of our passage was originally a separate sugya from sections two and three; 2. The Baraita of the House of Shemuel; 3. Rabbah; 4. Sections Two and Three: Units 5-8; a) Rabbi Hiyya b. Gamda's Statement; b) The Editorial Frame; c) Recapitulation of the Structure of the Yerushalmi; Chapter Four: Summary and Conclusions; Conclusion; 1. Corroborating Assumptions; 2. The Content of This Study; 3. Rav Hisda; 4. Rava
5. The Relevance of This StudyAppendices to Part I; 1. Hebrew text: JTS 108 EMC 319 B. Rosh Hashanah 2a:10-3a:41; 2. An Aggadic Example; 3. Hisda Citations in B. Rosh Hashanah; a) References 6 and 12 (8a:38, 8b:10); b) Reference 18 (17a:43); c) Reference 20; Appendices to Part II; 1. Hebrew Text: JTS 108 EMC 319 B. Rosh Hashanah 29b:24-30a:34; 2. Midrashic Synopsis; 3. Rava Citations with Yerushalmi Parallels; Bibliography; Index of Sources; Index of Subjects and Names
Summary Marcus Mordecai Schwartz behauptet in dieser Untersuchung, dass es zwei eindeutige Zeitspannen gab, in denen Überlieferungen aus dem rabbinischen Palästina Einfluss auf erweiterte Passagen von B. Rosch haSchana ausübten. Das hauptsächliche Ziel dieses Buchs ist es, die Dynamiken dieses verdoppelten palästinischen Einflusses nachzuvollziehen und die Spuren, die er auf einige Textstellen von B. Rosch haSchana hat, zu erklären
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages [133]-141) and indexes
Notes English with Hebrew footnotes and appendices
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SUBJECT Talmud. Rosh ha-Shanah -- Texts -- History
Talmud. Rosh ha-Shanah -- Commentaries
Talmud. Rosh ha-Shanah fast
Subject Judaism -- History.
Genre/Form Commentaries
Form Electronic book
ISBN 3161576012