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Peter Schäfer (Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2000), 161–87. 6. Henry Fischel, “Studies in Cynicism and the Ancient Near East: The Transformation of a ‘Chria’,” in Religions in Antiquity: Essays in Memory of Edwin Ramsdell Goodenough, ed. Jacob Neusner (Leiden: Brill, 1968), 372–411; idem, “Story and History: Observations on Greco-Roman Rhetoric and Pharisaism,” in Essays in Greco-Roman and Related Talmudic Literature, 443–72; and idem, Rabbinic Literature and Greco-Roman Philosophy (Leiden: Brill, 1973).
Shabbat 19:2 prohibits preparing a wine-and-oil salve for a baby after circumcision on the Sabbath, considering that R. Meir permitted preparing the same formula for a sick person. B. Shabbat 134a reads, Abaye asked Rav Yosef … wine and oil may also be used on the Sabbath for a sick person, as we have learned in a baraita’: One may not mix wine and oil for a sick person on the Sabbath. R. Shimon ben Eleazar said in the name of R. ” R. Shimon ben Eleazar said, “One time, R. Meir became sick in his bowels and we wanted to mix wine and oil for him but he did not let us.
Therefore, even R. ai prohibits picking them during the seventh year. 37. M. Shevi’it 9:1. 38. Following Geniza and Y. Shevi’it 9:1 (38d). See Louis Ginzberg, Yerushalmi Fragments from the Genizah, vol. 1, Text with Various Readings from the Editio Princeps (Jerusalem: Jewish Theological Seminary of America, 1909), 2, line 8. MS Leiden here reads עבד עובדאinstead of עבר. 39. Following Geniza, which has ’א, MS Leiden reads, אמרי. See also Ginzberg, Commentary, 1:90, regarding the placement of this verb.
Association for Jewish studies 2010- 34(1) by Robert Goldenberg