By Nelson, M
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Suchdevelopments madeit pointlessforforeigners to maintain commercial in Aleppo,andthisenabledthe localJewsto further establishments expand 8. Onthe influenceof the Francos,theirconsularstatus,andtheirbusinessactivities,see A. Lutzky,"The'Francos'in Aleppoandthe Effectof the Capitulationon Its JewishInhabitants" [Hebrew],Zion 6 (1941): 46-79; Y Harel,"TheStatusand Imageof the PicciottoFamilyin the Eyes of the FrenchColonyin Aleppo"[Hebrew],Michael14 (1997): 171-186;idem,"The Controversyover RabbiEphraimLaniado'sInheritanceof the Rabbinatein Aleppo,"Jewish History 12, no.
When R. Shimeonb. Gamalielwas there, everyonewould standup beforehim. WhenR. MeirandR. R. Shimeonb. "He fixed this mishna. Thatday R. Meir and R. On the next day,when they came, they saw that they did not standup before them as usual. "They said to them:"So R. Shimeonb. " R. Meir said to R. " R. Jacob b. Qarshiheard them. "He went and sat behindthe loft of R. Shimeonb. He [R. Shimeonb. Gamaliel]said:"Whatis this beforeme? "He paidattentionandlearnedit. "He opened and spoke. Thatwhich 184 DEVORA STEINMETZ was solved was solved;thosewhichwerenot solved---theywroteanswersand threwthem.
Untilthatday,whenRabbisaid something,R. Elazarb. R. Shimeonsupported him; from then on, when Rabbi said: "I have an objection,"R. Elazarb. R. " (bBavaMetzia84b) Rabbi, the future patriarch,is challenged by R. Elazar b. R. Shimeon on the basis of the latter's greater knowledge. And Rabbi's father, R. Shimeon b. Gamaliel, assures his son that R. Elazar's father, R. Shimeon b. Yohai, was greater than him: R. Shimeon b. Yohai was a "lion," and R. Shimeon b. " This story is brought to explain the contrast in Torah between Rabbi and R.
Association for Jewish studies 1998- 23(2) by Nelson, M