- (mid-2nd century)Tanna. Rabbi Yose was born in Sepphoris, Palestine, and after having been taught by his father, also a rabbi, he became a pupil of the great AKIBA. At the age of thirteen, in spite of the Roman command against it, he was ordained by Rabbi JUDAH BEN-BAVA. Yose later established his own bet din (‘court’) in Sepphoris, which became famous for the wisdom of its decisions. Yose was a strong supporter of the nasi, SIMEON BEN- GAMALIEL and he became one of the teachers of JUDAH HA-NASI. Yose is frequently quoted in the Mishnah and his opinions on controversial questions were accepted as final. It is said that he was the first scholar worthy enough to hold conversations with the prophet Elijah.
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YOSE BEN ḤALAFTA — (mid second century C.E.), tanna; the R. Yose mentioned in the Talmud without patronymic. Yose was one of the leaders of the generation after the persecutions which followed the Bar Kokhba War. He was born in sepphoris , where his father was one… … Encyclopedia of Judaism
ISHMAEL BEN YOSE BEN ḤALAFTA — (end of the second century C.E.), tanna. He is not mentioned by name in the Mishnah (apart from Avot, see below), and most of the halakhic sayings transmitted by him in the Tosefta are in his father s name (Tosef. Ter. 4:2, Maas. 1:2, Kel. BK… … Encyclopedia of Judaism
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Jose ben Halafta — Rabbi Jose ben Halafta or Yose ben Halafta (Hebrew: רבי יוסי בן חלפתא) was a Tanna of the fourth generation (2nd century CE). Jose was a student of Rabbi Akiba and was regarded as one of the foremost scholars of halakha and aggadah of his day. He … Wikipedia
YOSE (Issi) BEN AKAVYAH — (second century C.E.), tanna. According to a tradition in the Babylonian Talmud (Pes. 113b), he is identical with Joseph of Huẓal (in Babylonia), Joseph the Babylonian, Issi b. Gur Aryeh, issi b. judah , Issi b. Gamaliel, and Issi b. Mahalalel.… … Encyclopedia of Judaism
ḤALAFTA BEN SAUL — HALAFTA BEN SAUL (early third century C.E.), Palestinian amora. Ḥalafta taught beraitot which are cited both in the Jerusalem Talmud (Ber. 1:8, 3c; Pe ah 2:6, 17a; Shev. 2:7, 34a; Hag. 3:7, 79d, et al.) and in the Babylonian (Zev. 93b; MK 10a;… … Encyclopedia of Judaism
ELEAZAR BEN YOSE I — (second half of second century C.E.), tanna. Eleazar was the second son of Yose b. Ḥalafta of Sepphoris (Shab. 118b; J, Yev. 1:1, 2b). He attained distinction as a scholar during the lifetime of his father, who quotes him and praises his… … Encyclopedia of Judaism
DOSTAI BEN YANNAI — (fl. second half of second century), Palestinian tanna. The name Dostai is a form of the Greek Δοσίθεος corresponding to the Hebrew Mattaniah. Only one brief halakhah is ascribed to Dostai himself (Tosef. Git. 7:11 = BB 11:10). In addition he… … Encyclopedia of Judaism
Chronology of the Bible — This article deals with the chronology of the Hebrew Bible (or Christian Old Testament). For material on the Christian New Testament, see Chronology of Jesus, Historical reliability of the Acts of the Apostles, and Timeline of Christianity. For a … Wikipedia
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