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ahimaazの例文

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  • The " Chronicle of Ahimaaz " is, however, of interest from another point of view.
  • The priests Zadok and Abiathar remained in Jerusalem, and their sons Jonathan and Ahimaaz served as David's spies.
  • There is no evidence that Ahimaaz made use of any literary records : he simply gathered together traditions that had been current in his family.
  • He may have been the same Ahimaaz who took as wife Basemath, one of Solomon's daughters ( 1 Kings 4 : 15 ).
  • Benjamin of Tudela mentions an Ahimaaz ben Paltiel in Amalfi in southern Italy, in the year 1162 ( see his " Travels, " ed.
  • According to the traditions preserved by Ahimaaz, his family had its origin among the captives whom Titus brought to Italy after the destruction of the Temple of Jerusalem by the Romans.
  • This may well have been a descendant of his earlier namesake; for it is known that two brothers of the grandfather of Ahimaaz ben Paltiel were sent with presents to Paltiel by the prince of Amalfi.
  • He is able likewise to convey information to David through Zadok, Abiathar, and their sons : Ahimaaz, Zadok's son and Jonathan, Abiathar's son . ( 2 Samuel 15 : 36)
  • But the na飗et?with which the story is told shows that there is no attempt at historical reconstruction; and one can feel certain that the basis upon which Ahimaaz's work rests is reliable family tradition.
  • The community of Byzantine Jews of southern Italy produced such prominent works like the Sefer Yosippon, the Sefer Ahimaaz of Ahimaaz ben Paltiel, the Sefer Hachmoni of Shabbethai Donnolo, the Aggadath Bereshit and many Piyyutim.
  • The community of Byzantine Jews of southern Italy produced such prominent works like the Sefer Yosippon, the Sefer Ahimaaz of Ahimaaz ben Paltiel, the Sefer Hachmoni of Shabbethai Donnolo, the Aggadath Bereshit and many Piyyutim.
  • Altschuler, who is doing research at the university on stroke rehabilitation before entering a medical residency program, noted that the author of the biblical account, most likely Ahimaaz, son of Zadok the priest, appeared to be fully aware of Samson's problem.
  • In a list of twenty-two selihah ( elegiac ) poets ( Italy, fifteenth century ? ), Ahimaaz ben Paltiel is mentioned as the author of two poems; and a Mahzor of the Roman rite attributes to him a selihah for the Fast of Esther.
  • Ahimaaz is best known as the compiler of the " Chronicle " mentioned above, which, though intended merely to glorify his own immediate ancestors, gives much important information in regard to the history of the early Jewish settlements in such towns as Immanuel of Rome.
  • His sons were Ahimaaz and Azariah followed by his descendants who held the high priesthood up to the destruction of The First Temple and, following the building of the second temple, resumed the high priesthood, as per Joshua the High Priest ( along with Ezra ) being of Zadokite lineage.
  • Here also the Levites Jonathan and Ahimaaz hid themselves . ( 17 : 18 ) With the exception of Shimei, Azmaveth, one of David's heroes, is the only other native of the place who is mentioned . ( 2 Sam . 23 : 31; 1 Chr . 11 : 33)
  • This signature is also in rimed prose; and it seems probable that at least part of page 132 ( lines 12-23 ) in Neubauer's edition is by Menahem and not by Ahimaaz, for it contains an account of the author in language that one would not expect an author to use of himself.
  • This letter is included in the Ahimaaz Chronicle, but it has also been edited from manuscripts by B . Goldberg, in " $ ofes Mammonim " ( Berlin, 1845 ) and under the title " Iggeret Rab Sherira Gaon " ( Mayence, 1873 ); also by J . Wallerstein, under the title " Sherirae Epistola, " with a Latin translation and notes ( Breslau, 1861 ).
  • During the rebellion of Absalom, Zadok is mentioned, as he and the Levites wished to accompany the fleeing David and bring along the Ark of the Covenant, but the king instructed them to remain at Jerusalem, where they could do him better service, so that it actually happened that Ahimaaz, the son of Zadok, along with Jonathan, the son of Abiathar, brought the fleeing king a life saving message.