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Johanan

(jōhā`năn) [short form of JehohananJehohanan
, in the Bible. 1 Officer of Jehoshaphat. 2 Father of an officer of Jehoiada. 3 Korahite porter. 4 Husband of a foreign wife. 5, 6 Postexilic priests.
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], in the Bible. 1 Captain who led in the rescue of the captives of Ishmael. 2 Descendant of David. 3, 4 Two of David's men. 5 Chief priest. He also appears as Jonathan in the Book of Nehemiah. 6 Son of King Josiah. 7 Father of AzariahAzariah
, common name in ancient Israel, especially among the priests. The following occurrences of the name in the Bible do not necessarily all refer to different persons. 1 Chief officer under Solomon. 2 Chief officer under Solomon.
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 (6.) 8 Father of AzariahAzariah
, common name in ancient Israel, especially among the priests. The following occurrences of the name in the Bible do not necessarily all refer to different persons. 1 Chief officer under Solomon. 2 Chief officer under Solomon.
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 (19.) 9 Head of a family in the return from the Exile. 10 Son of TobiahTobiah
, in the Bible. 1 Ammonite opposed to Nehemiah. 2 Family returned from exile.
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Rabbi Johanan appears in all three vignettes, twice as a healer, and once, in the second section, as one who "fell ill" himself.
For Roth and for Nathan Zuckerman, the narrator, one chooses Yavneh, the center granted by the Romans to Johanan ben Zakkai, who began the arduous practice of preserving Judaism outside Jerusalem, and not the justifiable, military resistance of either Bar Kochba or the Maccabees.
Israeli artist Johanan Hierson exhibited his "Natural Florals"--an organic series created with colorfully hand-woven fabrics--through Deljou Art Group; Smart Publishing introduced Russian artist Sveta Esser (5), whose contemporary landscapes garnered significant attention at the show; and German artist Radzetska turned heads in the SOLO section with her intense gold- and silver-leaf cityscapes.
Johanan heard a maiden fall upon her face and exclaim, 'Lord of the Universe
You might deduce that he lived rather on the margins of society, but this is contradicted by the recent find of a panegyric poem written by the forgotten writer Johanan G.
3 has a representative quote in this regard: Rabbi Johanan answered: 'They were created on the second day, as it is written, Who layest the beams of Thine upper chambers in the waters (Ps.
Black carefully underscores Pico's relationship with three contemporaries: Elijah del Medigo, Flavius Mithridates, and Johanan Alemanno, emphasizing them as conduits for making Jewish and Arabic traditions available to him.
In the olden days of the destruction of the Temple, Rabbi Johanan ben Zakkai pleaded for the great Academy of Yavneh and her scholars (6) because he believed that the Torah was the Jewish citadel.
See Babylonian Talmud, Sanhedrin, 74a (and parallels) : 'Rabbi Johanan said in the name of Rabbi Simeon ben Jehozadak: By a majority vote it was resolved .
Some time after combat began, the name "Maccabee" was applied to all five sons -- Simeon, Johanan, Judah, Eleazar, and Jonathan, each a leader of intuitive skill and a warrior of personal courage.
Johanan said: For instance, linen garments in Babylon and wine and oil in Palestine.
This is apparent in the flourishing of scholarship in Yavneh, under the leadership of Rabbi Johanan Ben Zakkai, immediately after the destruction of the Temple.