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  • ...ty in Jewish thought and law''. Edited by David Shatz, Chaim I. Waxman and Nathan J. Diament. Northvale, N.J.: Jason Aronson, 1997. ISBN 0765759519. ...ty in Jewish thought and law''. Edited by David Shatz, Chaim I. Waxman and Nathan J. Diament. Northvale, N.J. : Jason Aronson, 1997. ISBN 0765759519.
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  • ...y Rashi's two sons-in-law, Meïr b. Samuel of Ramerupt (RaM) and Judah ben Nathan (RIBaN), and by a certain R. Joseph (Jacob Tam, "Sefer ha-Yashar," No. 252; ...e known as authors of general Talmudic works, as, for instance, Eliezer b. Nathan of Mayence, Judah of Corbeil, and Jacob of Coucy; but many of them are know
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  • ...o reconcile the discrepancies between them and the Mishnah. He refers to [[Nathan ben Jehiel]], to [[Rashi]], and other authorities, but never mentions Ramba
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  • ...r Jehiel was a Talmudist, and one of his ancestors was Rabbi [[Eliezer ben Nathan]] (the ''RaABaN''). Asher had eight sons, the most prominent of whom were J
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  • ...llowers spent the holiday with him; after his death, his closest disciple, Nathan of Breslov ("Reb Noson") organized an annual pilgrimage to his grave starti *Nathan of Breslov
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  • His move brought him into contact with [[Nathan of Breslov|Nathan Sternhartz]] ("Reb Noson"), a 22-year-old Torah scholar who was then living *[[Nathan of Breslov]]
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  • ...ritual practices. According to the classic [[midrash]] in ''Avot D'Rabbi Nathan'' (4:5):
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  • ...The third chapter of Luke is useless because it goes through David’s son Nathan, not Solomon. (Luke 3:31)
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  • 1893: Nathan Birnbaum introduces the term 'Zionism'.
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  • ...and customs relevant to women. Rashi's daughter Miriam married [[Judah ben Nathan]]; their daughter, also named Miriam, was a learned woman whose customs ser ...cluding portions of which were composed by his son-in-law, Rabbi Judah ben Nathan, and of the tractate Bava Batra, finished (in a more detailed style) by his
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  • Theodor Herzl The term "Zionism" was first introduced in 1893 by Nathan Birmbaum, but Theodor Herzl, an Austrian Jew born to a prosperous, emancipa
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  • ...arcelona. Among his teachers in Talmud were Judah ben Yakkar and Meïr ben Nathan of [[Trinquetaille]], and he is said to have been instructed in [[Kabbalah]
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  • *Sivin, Nathan. ''Chinese Alchemy: Preliminary Studies'' (Cambridge: Harvard UP, 1968).
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