Avtalyon

(fl. 1st cent BCE)
    Palestinian scholar. He and Shemaiah constituted the fourth of the zugot in Palestine. He served as av bet din of the Sanhedrin.

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  • AVTALYON — (late first century B.C.E.), colleague of shemaiah . Together Shemaiah and Avtalyon constitute the fourth of the zugot ( pairs ), receiving the tradition from judah b. tabbai and Simeon b. Shetaḥ . Shemaiah was nasi and Avtalyon av bet din. Like… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

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  • SHEMAIAH — (late first century B.C.E.), the colleague of avtalyon (see zugot ). In talmudic sources they are usually mentioned together. They are described as having taught in the same bet midrash (Yoma 35b), cooperating in an exemplary fashion. Like… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

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  • Sh'maya (Mishnah) — Sh maya (Hebrew: שמעיה, or Shemaiah, Samaias or Sameas) was a rabbinic sage in the early pre Mishnaic era who lived at the same time as Avtalyon. They are known as one of the zuggot ( couples ): Sh maya and Avtalyon . Both Sh maya and Avtalyon… …   Wikipedia

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  • ZUGOT — (Heb. זוּגוֹת; pairs ; sing. זוּג; zug), name given to the pairs of sages responsible for maintaining the chain of the Oral Law from antigonus of sokho , the pupil of Simeon the Just, to johanan b. zakkai . In the sources they are represented as… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

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