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Sefer HaYashar (midrash)
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Tannaim
_TANNAIM_ (Hebrew : תנאים‎ , singular Hebrew : תנא‎ , _Tanna_ "repeaters", "teachers" ) were the Rabbinic sages whose views are recorded in the Mishnah
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, from approximately 10-220 CE. The period of the _Tannaim_, also referred to as the Mishnaic period, lasted about 210 years. It came after the period of the _ Zugot _ ("pairs"), and was immediately followed by the period of the _ Amoraim _ ("interpreters"). The root _tanna_ (אתנא‎) is the Talmudic Aramaic equivalent for the Hebrew root _shanah_ (שנה‎), which also is the root-word of _Mishnah_. The verb _shanah_ (שנה‎) literally means "to repeat " and is used to mean "to learn". The Mishnaic period is commonly divided up into five periods according to generations. There are approximately 120 known _Tannaim_. The _Tannaim_ lived in several areas of the Land of Israel
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Amoraim
_AMORAIM_ (Aramaic : plural אמוראים‎ ʔamoraˈʔim, singular _AMORA_ אמורא‎ ʔamoˈʁa; "those who say" or "those who speak over the people", or "spokesmen") refers to the Jewish scholars of the period from about 200 to 500 CE, who "said" or "told over" the teachings of the Oral Torah . They were concentrated in Babylonia and the Land of Israel . Their legal discussions and debates were eventually codified in the Gemara . The _Amoraim_ followed the _ Tannaim _ in the sequence of ancient Jewish scholars. The _Tannaim_ were direct transmitters of uncodified oral tradition; the _Amoraim_ expounded upon and clarified the oral law after its initial codification. CONTENTS * 1 The Amoraic era * 2 Prominent Amoraim * 2.1 First generation (approx. 230–250 CE) * 2.2 Second generation (approx. 250–290 CE) * 2.3 Third generation (approx. 290–320 CE) * 2.4 Fourth generation (approx
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Adolf Behrman
ABRAHAM ADOLF BEHRMAN (BERMAN, also spelled BEHRMANN, July 13, 1876 – August 1943) was a Jewish-Polish-born painter of interwar Poland best known for his outdoor paintings of Jewish shtetl life as well as landscapes and group portraits. He spent most of his life in Łódź and died during the liquidation of the Białystok Ghetto in the Holocaust . BIOGRAPHYBehrman's place of birth is uncertain. He was born either in the town of Tukkum near Mitawa , or in Riga (sources vary), the son of Róża and Markus Behrman, who arrived in Łódź sometime before the end of the century. Adolf studied art under Jakub Kacenbogen at his private Drawing School in Łódź before the 1900s. He continued his studies in Munich in 1900–1904, first privately, then at the Academy of Fine Arts in Munich under Gabriel von Hackl
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Tanna Devei Eliyahu
—— Tannaitic —— * Mishnah * Tosefta —— Amoraic ( Gemara ) —— * Jerusalem Talmud * Babylonian Talmud —— Later —— * Minor Tractates HALAKHIC MIDRASH —— Exodus —— *
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Pirke De-Rabbi Eliezer
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Ecclesiastes Rabbah
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Shir Ha-Shirim Rabbah
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Avot Of Rabbi Natan
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Alphabet Of Sirach
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Tanhuma
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Midrash Iyyob
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Leviticus Rabbah
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Seder Olam Zutta
—— Tannaitic —— * Mishnah
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Deuteronomy Rabbah
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Megillat Antiochus
—— Tannaitic —— * Mishnah
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