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TAMID: The Oldest Treatise of the Mishnah

Louis Ginzberg
Journal of Jewish Lore and Philosophy
Vol. 1, No. 1 (JANUARY 1919), pp. 33-44
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/42956617
Page Count: 12
Subjects: Religion Jewish Studies
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  • 1
    This reference contains 7 citations:
    • Lewy: Ueber einige Fragmente aus der Mischna des Abba Saul, Berlin, 1876;
    • David Hoffmann: Die erste Mischna , Berlin, 1882;
    • M. Lerner: Die aeltesten Mischna-Compositionen in Magazin f. die Wissenschaft des Judenthums, XII, 1-12;
    • Isaak Halevy: Dorot Harischonim, 1c, 202-311, Frankfort, 1906;
    • Ludwig Rosenthal, Zusammenhang der Mischna, Strassburg, 1892;
    • Die Mischna, Strass- burg, 1903;
    • Louis Ginzberg, Zur Enststehungsgeschichte der Mischnah in Hoffmann-Festschrift, Berlin, 1914, 311-345.
  • 2
    This reference contains 7 citations:
    • Babli, Erubin 36b;
    • Bezah 38b;
    • Yebamot 83a;
    • Baba Kamma 69a;
    • Yerushalmi pJVJJlD or jmnD Shabbat VI, 8c;
    • Moed Katan II, 81a;
    • Nedarim IV, 38c.
  • 4
    This reference contains 12 citations:
    • Berliner in the Hebrew Periodical, Ha-Misderonah I, 20-21, 40-41
    • Abot d. R. Nathan first version XXVI, second version XXV, 84, Ed. Schechter, with Abot 1. c.;
    • Tosefta Hag. I end and the remarks of Bruell on this passage in his Jahrbuecher IV, 168.
    • Bruell, JahtbuechcT II, 44.
    • Hebrew Periodical Ha-Zofeh, ed. Blau IV, 19-20,
    • Yerushalmi Makkot I, 31b
    • Yerushalmi Terumot, VII, 46b;
    • Berakot 27b
    • Bacher, Terminologie II, 178;
    • Derek ErezZutta, ed. Tawrogi II, 15 :
    • Gittin 88a, bottom.
    • Shekalim VI, Luke XXIV, 32
  • 6
    This reference contains 3 citations:
    • Shir R. VI, 8
    • Ba. R. XVIII, 21
    • Horowitz אתי נ תמ אתכ ל מ, I, 1ff.
  • 8
    Blau Zur Einleitung in die Heilige Schrift, 7-8,
  • 9
    This reference contains 3 citations:
    • Tosefta Baba Mez. II, 30,
    • Babli 33a and Yerushalmi II, end;
    • Tosefta Horayyot II, 5, Yerushalmi III, 48b;
  • 11
    Ginzberg "Legends of the Jews," IV, 354-356.
  • 12
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Shabbat 6b, 96b
    • Baba Mez. 92a.
  • 16
    This reference contains 3 citations:
    • Hoffman "Zwr Einleitung in die halachischen Mid- raschimi
    • Hoffman ibid. 21,
    • Ginzberg "Reivista Israelitica, VI, 179-180.
  • 16
    Krochmal "Moreh Nebuke ha-Zeman," 1894, p. 239,
  • 17
    Hoffman "Die Erste Mishnah 99 15-16.
  • 18
    This reference contains 3 citations:
    • Krochmal (M. N. h. Z.), 208,
    • Lerner, Magazin, ed. Berliner—Hoffmann, XIII, 17-19;
    • Hoffmann "DieErste Mischna 18.
  • 19
    This reference contains 3 citations:
    • Lewy Interpretation, 22, note 2.
    • Lewy 1. c.
    • Krauss, Monatoschrifti LI, 60-66.
  • 20
    Buechler, "Die Priester" 128, note 2,
  • 21
    Ginzberg, Geonica II, 190
  • 22
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Hoffmann Magazin IX, 156-157,
    • Jahrbuch der Juedischen Literaratur- Gesellschaft VII, 5 et. seq.
  • 23
    Cowley-Neubauer's Catalogue, p. 266, 2,333".
  • 24
    This reference contains 5 citations:
    • Tamid ad. loc.
    • Yoma 1. c.,
    • Yoma 28a
    • Talmud Yoma 28b
    • Buechler "Die Priester," 66
  • 25
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Tosafot Yoma, 45a
    • Tamid II, 4-5
  • 26
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Krochmal 208
    • Buechler " Die Priester," 133.
  • 27
    Zebahim 58a-58b.
  • 28
    This reference contains 6 citations:
    • Philo, De Praemiis Sacerdotum, 6 (ed. Mangey II, 236)
    • Josephus Ant. XVIII, 2, 2,
    • Schuererf "Geschichte" II, 330,
    • Sefer Ha-Mitzwot 1. c.;
    • Arabic original, and in ed. Heller, Petrikau, 1914
    • Yadt Bet Ha-Behirah VIII, 2.