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Pesikta Rabbati

Pesikta Rabbati

discourses for feasts, fasts, and special sabbaths

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Published by Yale U.P in New Haven .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementtranslated from the Hebrew by William G. Braude.
SeriesYale Judaica series -- vol.18, ii
ContributionsBraude, William Gordon.
The Physical Object
Pagination2 v
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17215771M

live video conference study sessions. The 3,word, open book Mid-Term Exam is due on November 10th at pm, Eastern time. The 4,word, open book Final Exam is due on December 5th at pm, Eastern time. All exams are to be uploaded on Orbund. COURSE OUTLINE Week 1 (October 7) Introduction to the Pesikta Kinbar, “The Sages of. Entire homilies of the Pesikta have been taken over, or sometimes worked over, into the Pesikta Rabbati; there are also a number of Pesikta homilies in the Tanhuma Midrashim. Leviticus Rabbah also contains some of the homilies found in Pesikta. The parashiy in Leviticus Rabbah are, with the exception of a few differences, the same.

Ancient Midrashic text on various Torah and haftarot portions read on holidays and special shabbatot, attributed to Rav Kahane, compiled circa , including compilers of other Midrashic collections and the author of the Tosafot drew from this seminal look inside this fine new edition for more details. Pesikta Rabbati: Homiletical Discourses for Festal Days and Special Sabbaths 1 & 2 Leon Nemoy, Saul Lieberman, Harry A. Wolfson, William G. Braude The Pesikta Rabbati, a collection of the discourses spoken in Palestinian synagogues and schools during the first half of the first millennium of the Common Era, is rich in tales of ancient.

Midrash: Pesikta Rabbati, The Holidays, 6th Grade and Above The word "Pesikta" means "section." "Rabbati" means "greater." Thus, the name of this Midrash is, literally "The Greater Sections." It is a compellation of teachings concerning . Pesiqta Rabbati briefly engages in the attempt by Julian the Apostate to rebuild the Jerusalem Temple (in the fourth century), but the text proposes that God will Author: Rivka Ulmer.


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Pesikta Rabbati is a collection of Aggadic Midrash (homilies) on the Pentateuchal and prophetic lessons, the special Sabbaths, etc. It was composed around CE and probably called "rabbati" (the larger) to distinguish it from the earlier Pesikta.

Pesikta Rabbati or P'sqita Rabbita (Hebrew: פסיקתא רבתי) is a collection of Aggadic Midrash (homilies) on the Pentateuchal and prophetic lessons, the special Sabbaths, was composed around CE and probably called "rabbati" (the larger) to distinguish it from the earlier Pesiḳta.

In common with the latter it has five entire pisḳot—No. 15 ("Ha-Ḥodesh"), No. The Pesikta Rabbati, a collection of the discourses spoken in Palestinian synagogues and schools during the first half of the first millennium of the Common Era, is rich in tales of ancient Rabbinic and Jewish Biblical history.

PESIKTA Pesikta Rabbati book (Aram. פְּסִיקְתָּא רַבָּתִי), a medieval Midrash on the festivals of the year. It has been printed several times, and a critical edition, with introduction, commentary, and indices was published by M. Friedman (Ish-Shalom) in : Pesikta Rabbati: Homiletical Discourses for Festal Days and Special Sabbaths 1 & 2 (Yale Judaica Series) (): Leon Nemoy, Saul Lieberman, Harry A.

Wolfson, William G. Braude: Books5/5(1). PESIKTA RABBATIPESIKTA RABBATI (Aram. פְּסִיקְתָּא רַבָּתִי), a medieval Midrash on the festivals of the year. It has been printed several times, and a critical edition, with introduction, commentary, and indices was published by M. Friedman (Ish-Shalom) in Further fragments were published by S.A.

Wertheimer (in Battei Midrashot, 1 (), –4), and L. Ginzberg. Pesikta de-Rab Kahana (Hebrew: פסיקתא דרב כהנא) is a collection of Aggadic midrash which exists in two editions, those of Solomon Buber (Lyck, ) and Bernard Mandelbaum ().

It is cited in the Aruk and by consists of 33 (or 34) homilies on the lessons forming the Pesikta cycle: the Pentateuchal lessons for special Sabbaths (Nos. ) and for the feast-days (Nos.

I do not own the source, Pesikta Rabbati, but I can assure you, based on other examples that I've seen, these quotes are out of context. Remember he may be "quoting" from sources which totally reject his beliefs, which means that the passages are carefully selected and "screened" with the hope that the reader will not go back to the source and.

The spine remains undamaged. An ex-library book and may have standard library stamps and/or stickers. At ThriftBooks, our motto is: Read More, Spend Less. The Plan and Program of Pesiqta Rabbati and Pesiqta deRab Kahana. Jacob Neusner. Brown Judaic studies no. Subjects: Pesikta rabbati - Criticism, interpretation, etc.

Pesikta de. A JPS classic reissue of this great work of Midrash Long known only to scholars and specialists, Pesikta de-Rab Kahana is a masterpiece of midrashic literature.

A collection of discourses for special Sabbaths and festival days compiled and organized during the fifth century, it was well known and studied from the end of that century until it.

About the Book -- Pesikta de-Rab Kahana. Were it not for him, this Pesikta and other collections of midrashim (the Pesikta Rabbati, the Midrash Tehillim, and the Tanna de-Vei Eliyyahu) would have remained rolled up in a corner.

It was he who took them out of their corner and brought them to the English reader.5/5(). Pesikta Rabbati: Discourses for Feasts, Fasts, and Special Sabbaths, vol. 1 only [Yale Judaica Series, vol. XVIII, 1] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying cturer: Yale. Rabbati is based upon an ideological inversion of Jesus.

Th is depiction in Pesiqta Rabbati responds to the Christian view that Jesus was the only messianic fi gure who suff ered and died in pain while bringing salvation to the righteous.

Th is. This book is a reprint of the first publication of the complete manuscript of Pesiqta Rabbati, Volumes I-III (), a major rabbinic work from the Land of Israel from the 5th-6th century. Based upon the annual cycle of Biblical passages for the Jewish Holy Days and special Sabbaths, the text demonstrates the artful form of the rabbinic Author: Rivka Ulmer.

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Introduction in English. Text of Pesikta rabbati in Hebrew, with English translation on facing pages. Description: volumes ; 24 cm: Contents: Volume 1.

Chapters Series Title: Studia Judaica (Walter de Gruyter & Co.), Bd. Other Titles: Pesikta rabbati. Pesikta rabbati. Responsibility: translated and edited by Rivka Ulmer. Long known only to scholars and specialists, Pesikta de-Rab Kahana is a masterpiece of midrashic literature.

A collection of discourses for special Sabbaths and festival days compiled and organized during the fifth century, it was well known and studied from the end of that century until it disappeared sometime in the sixteenth :   Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published.

Pesikta Rabbati by,Yale U.P edition, in English Pesikta Rabbati ( edition) | Open Library. Pesikta Rabbati or P'siqta Rabbita (Hebrew: פסיקתא רבתי) is a collection of Aggadic Midrash (homilies) on the Pentateuchal and prophetic lessons, the special Sabbaths, etc.

Languages we specialize in are English, Hebrew, Yiddish, German, Spanish, Ladino, Russian and Rating: % positive. Piska How many Hanukkahs. Seven, as follows: 1. The Hanukkah of heaven and earth 2. The Hanukkah of the wall (enclosing the city of Jerusalem) 3.

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Eliyahu Stern is associate professor of modern Jewish intellectual and cultural history at Yale University. He is the author of The Genius: Elijah of Vilna and the Making of Modern Judaism and has served as a term member on the Council on Foreign Relations and a consultant to the Museum of the History of Polish Jews in Warsaw, Poland.