Joshua ben Perahyah

(fl. 2nd cent, BCE)
   Palestinian leader, head of the Sanhedrin. Together with Nittai the Arbelite, he formed the second of the pairs ('zugot') of sages. The Babylonian Talmud records that he was a teacher of Jesus.

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  • SIMEON BEN SHETAḤ — (first century B.C.E.), one of the most prominent of the scholars of the Second Temple period. He was active during the reign of alexander yannai and queen salome alexandra (Sifra, Beḥukotai, ch. 1), who according to certain late aggadic… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • JUDAH BEN TABBAI — (first century B.C.E.), one of the zugot , the colleague of . A disciple of Joshua b. Peraḥyah and Nittai of Arbela. According to one tradition he was the nasi (see sanhedrin ) and Simeon b. Shetaḥ the av bet din, but another tradition reverses… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Nittai the Arbelite — (fl. 2nd cent, BCE)    Palestinian sage, one of the zugot. He served as president of the Sanhedrin when Joshua ben Perahyah was patriarch …   Dictionary of Jewish Biography

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  • JESUS — (d. 30 C.E.), whom Christianity sees as its founder and object of faith, was a Jew who lived toward the end of the Second Commonwealth period. The martyrdom of his brother James is narrated by Josephus (Ant. 20:200–3), but the passage in the same …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

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