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WHAT DOES HAFTAROTH MEAN IN ENGLISH?
The haftarah or haftoroh is a series of selections from the books of Nevi'im of the Hebrew Bible that is publicly read in synagogue as part of Jewish religious practice. The Haftarah reading follows the Torah reading on each Sabbath and on Jewish festivals and fast days. Typically, the haftarah is thematically linked to the parasha that precedes it. The haftarah is sung in a chant. Related blessings precede and follow the Haftarah reading. The origin of haftarah reading is lost to history, and several theories have been proposed to explain its role in Jewish practice, suggesting it arose in response to the persecution of the Jews under Antiochus Epiphanes which preceded the Maccabean revolt, wherein Torah reading was prohibited, or that it was "instituted against the Samaritans, who denied the canonicity of the Prophets, and later against the Sadducees." The Talmud mentions that a haftarah was read in the presence of Rabbi Eliezer ben Hyrcanus, who lived c.
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10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «HAFTAROTH»
Discover the use of Haftaroth in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to Haftaroth and brief extracts from same to provide context of its use in English literature.
Catalogue of the Hebraica and Judaica in the Library of the ...
Pentateuch. mm 'B»Din fiBWI Pentateuch and the Five Scrolls, with the
commentary of Rashi, and the Haftaroth. 12°. Amsterdam, 1701. mm 'CBin ne>Dn
The Pentateuch with the Targum of Onkelos, the Five Scrolls, and the Haftaroth. 8
Guildhall Library (London, England), 1891
The Targum of Judges
and. Festive. Readings. 2.5.1. Haftaroth-. and. Fragmentary. Manuscripts. After
having scrutinised many catalogues ... I can only conclude that the number of
fragmentary manuscripts and Aramaic haftaroth preserved in libraries all over the
Willem F. Smelik, 1995
Brother Jesus: The Nazarene Through Jewish Eyes
Consequently, there is no basis for correlating pentateuchal readings and
calendar dates in Palestine in the time of Jesus (Heinemann, “Triennial
Lectionary Cycle”). Regarding the haftaroth then associated with the various
Torah pericopes ...
Schalom Ben-Chorin, Robert J. Cottrol, Jared S. Klein, 2012
The Background of the New Testament and Its Eschatology
I36f. the view is given that the Haftaroth for the feast days were first determined in
the middle of the second century, and that there followed Haftaroth for the special
sabbaths and later still those for ordinary sabbaths only a few of which were ...
Feasts in John: Jewish Festivals and Jesus' "hour" in the ...
Aileen Guilding: John 7:1-8:59; 15:1-16:24 & Lections for Tabernacles To the
haftaroth in this chart, Guilding added Zechariah 14 and 1 Kings 8, both
specifically prescribed to be read at Tabernacles in Bavli Megillah 3 la. According
Michael A. Daise, 2007
Israel and the Dead Sea Scrolls
The second of the documents he looked at he believed to be a Haftaroth scroll—
that is, a selection from the Prophets of lessons to be read in synagogues. But no
Haftaroth have ever turned up among the known Dead Sea scrolls, and the ...
Abraham J. Brachman SECTION In 1954 I began a study of the Sidroth and
Haftaroth of Deuteronomy. While working on this, using Jacob Mann's The Bible
as Read and Preached in the Old Synagogue for reference, there appeared a
book by ...
Central Conference of American Rabbis, 1963
Textus: Annual of the Hebrew University Bible Project
Its most important feature is that all remnants of haftaroth from the Genizah known
so far coincide with it (cp. section).12 Col. 4: The only source for this list is the MS
described in detail by Y. Yoel (op. cit. col. 3 of the table of Sedarim). It is to be ...
The Library of Congress Author Catalog
O. T. Haftaroth. English, 1947 tee ШЫе. O.T. Pentateuch, Hebrew. 1947. The Son
rino Chuniash; the five books of Moses with Haphtnroth. Ilindhead, Surrey, .
Soncino Press, 1947. BS I J25.C5S 222. 1 49-5288* Bible. О. T. Haftaroth. O'
Library of Congress, 1953
Metsudah Chumash: Student Edition
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Rabbi Avraham Davis, 2002
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