By Nelson, M
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He went to the bet hava'ad,andall the people saw him and stoodbeforehim. Whenthey heardthatmishnataught,they wantedto act like thattowardhim. He becameangryandleft. 33The basic element, included in both narratives, is the linking of R. Meir's anger toward the bet midrash/bet hava 'ad or its leadership with the mishna concerning decorum toward the nasi, 'av bet din, and hakham. 34The Palestinian version does not really describe a conflict at all, and the patriarchdoes not even appearin the story; R.
Chapman,"NathanMeirRothschild'sEstablishment as a Banker,"in Jews in Economics [Hebrew],ed. N. Gross(Jerusalem,1985),pp. 304. F. " me to readhis manuscript. 21 Nevertheless,as the documentshows, the emigrationoccurredonly afterthe fact. At the outset,the Jews fromAleppo had no intentionof settlingin Manchester,but only plannedto remainthere for a limited time. Once they began to enjoy financialsuccess and to feel 16. F. Halliday,"TheMilletof Manchester: ArabMerchantsandthe CottonTrade,"British Journalof MiddleEast Studies19 (1992): 161.
Elazarb. Azaria was chosen because of his lineage. R. Elazarb. The other candidatesconsideredin the BT might presentproblems,but R. Elazarb. Lineage, in the BT, will protectR. Elazarb. Azariain his new position;in the PT, it makeshim fittingfor the position. R. Elazarb. 27 seems,is whatthe messengerto R. Elazarb. In the PT only one messageis sent to R. Elazarb. 28 The metaphordescribesone of the powersof the priesthood 26. ReuvenKimelmandiscussestheenduringpowerof thepriestlyclassafterthedestruction of the Second Templein "TheConflictBetweenthe PriestlyOligarchyand the Sages in the TalmudicPeriod"[Hebrew],Zion48 (1983): 135-148.
Association for Jewish studies 1998- 23(2) by Nelson, M