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Rimmon

(rĭm`ən), in the Bible. 1 Syrian god. 2 Father of the murderers of Ish-bosheth. 3 Rock, E of Bethel. There the remnants of the Benjamites took refuge after the battle of Gibeah. 4 See En-rimmonEn-rimmon
, in the Bible, place, reoccupied after the Exile. The same is meant by "Ain and Rimmon" and "Ain, Remmon" in the Book of Joshua; by "Ain, Rimmon" in First Chronicles; and by "Rimmon" in Zechariah. It was near the border of Simeon.
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. 5 Levitical town, N ancient Palestine, the modern Rummana, Israel, N of Nazareth. It is also called Remmon-methoar and Dimnah.
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This hermeneutic was not Heschel's unique contribution, of course, as the author notes in calling attention to his citation of "key works of the Jewish esoterical tradition, including the sixteenth century kabbalistic work, Pardes Rimmonim, of Moses b.
Cordovero, Pardes Rimmonim (Jerusalem: Yerid ha-Sefarim, 2000), sha'ar 30, chapter 5, pp.
PAIR OF RIMMONIM by Abraham de Oliveyra (1657-1750), 1716.
1) Known to have been in London by 1697, De Oliveyra made a large amount of silver for London synagogues, including several pairs of rimmonim (Torah finials, literally 'pomegranates) for the Hambro synagogue, one of the first four Ashkenazi synagogues in London.
The V&A has on loan this magnificent pair of rimmonim by De Oliveyra, made in 1716 before his mark was registered at Goldsmiths' Hall.
Silver and silver gilt, ht of spicebox 19 cm; rimmonim 12 cm; Torah shield 12.
Some later Jewish sources elevate her to one of the "ftur demon queens" (Thigton lob 1:15: Pardrs Rimmonim 186d)A tenth--century medieval work, the .