Johanan ben Nuri

(fi.2nd cent)
   Palestinian tanna. Living in poverty, he influenced the formulation of laws and customs of the Jews in Galilee. He is often mentioned in the Mishnah as taking part in debates with Akiva.

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  • JOHANAN BEN BEROKA — (beginning of the second century C.E.), tanna. Johanan s halakhic opinions are cited ten times in the Mishnah and as often in the Tosefta. He was an associate of Eleazar Ḥisma . Although he considered himself a pupil of joshua b. hananiah , whom… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Yochanan ben Nuri — (Hebrew: יוחנן בן נורי) was a Tanna of the first and second centuries, junior of Gamaliel II and senior of Akiba (Sifra, Ḳedoshim, iv. 9; Ar. 16b; comp. Sifre, Deut. 1). A great halakist, always provided with satisfactory answers to all questions …   Wikipedia

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  • Joshua ben Korha — (fl. 2nd cent)    Palestinian tanna. He studied under Johanan ben Nuri and Eleazar ben Azariah. He laid down the rule that where there is a difference of opinion the stricter view should be adopted with regard to a biblical injunction, but the… …   Dictionary of Jewish Biography

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