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13] If one made an ark or wraps for a [Torah]scroll, before they were subjectedto sacreduse an ordinarypersonmay use them;afterthey were subjectedto sacreduse an ordinaryperson may not use them18... 2.  Before being used by the Temple, sacred vessels [kelei gavoah]19 may be used by an ordinaryperson;afterbeing used by the Templethey may not be used by an ordinaryperson. 3. Utensils initially made for an ordinarypersonmay not be made [= used] for sacreduse [la-gavoah]. 4. Stones and beams initially hewed for a synagogue20may not be built in the TempleMount.
I am not sure what to make of these observations,but they appearto link these "exercises"with doctrines that came to be on the marginsof rabbinicthoughtand culture. 72. Saul Liebermanmakes a similar point in comparingthe maxim of Aqabyaben Mahalalel with one of Seneca;"HowMuch Greek,"p. 136 n. 13. Urbachcomments,in discussingthe same maxim, "Conceptsderivedfrom foreign sources, and for which there is no Biblical authority,were bounded by the belief in rewardand punishmentand the postulate of free will" (Sages, 224).
27. 6, 24a and bQid 57a. 28. 5. However,the readingnetanattule(see below, n. 30) is not found in any of the major witnesses to the text of this Mishnah;cf. Yaakov Nahum Ha-Levi Epstein, Mavo Le-NosahHa-Mishnah,3d ed. (Jerusalem:Magnes;Tel-Aviv:Devir, 2000), p. These witnesses readnetano ~al, lit. The readingnetanattu/netano 233 Leib Moscovitz ... , designated]a scroll, it is pure .. 6. " 7. Why are both designation and wrapping necessary? In accordance with Rav Hisda. ForRav Hisda said:If a cloth hadbeen designatedfor wrappingphylacteriesand one wrappedphylacterieswith it, one may not wrap coins with it.
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