Ajs Review, Fall 1989, No 2 by Robert Chazan

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The numerology is repeated in several texts deriving from the school of R. Moses ha-Darshan, and these may have been the direct source for Rashi. Cf. Midrash 'Aggadah,ed. S. Buber (Vienna, 1894), p. 113; Numbers Rabbah 18:21 and parallel in Tan12. The latter passage has been long recognized as a later addition to the Tanhuhuma, cf. S. Buber's introduction to his edition of Midrash Tanhuma, chap. 34, p. , 101. See also Tobias ben Eliezer, Midrash Leqah Tov, ed. S. Buber, to Num. 15:39, p. 224 (already mentioned by Isaac of Acre in Me'irat 'Einayim, ed.

Be derived on the basis of the hermeneutical principles nor is cannot sidered •T''o ,•, there any allusion to them in Scripture. Cf. Maimonides' commentary to Nazir 4:7, in Kafih Seder Nashim, p. " A similar formulation appears in Maimonides' commentary to Sanhedrin 6:6, ed. Seder Neziqin, p. 119. And see Maimonides' commentary to Kelim 17:12, ed. J. ,Toharot, p. 100: "Whatever is not explained in the language of the Torah Tpvwh) which and [this includes] even those(,iinn called 'from the words of the scribes' vmi), things (,aD'1o ~ for the meaning of [the expression] 'from are laws [given] to Moses at Sinai 'o• (',T , ,•b), but see the is either is that the matter a scribal tradition the words of the sages' [aoa•or nai•p, n.

Theodor-Albeck, p. 533); Exodus Rabbah 12:4. For Nalhmanides, as other kabbalists, the reference is to the Shekhinah, the attribute of judgment. , Perush to Gen. 19:24, Exod. 13:21, Num. 15:25; Deut. 8:18. 'K 85. Cf. Isaac of Acre, Me'irat 'Einayim, p. ;1 "1n2 D''•flnn IK' 1x And see Be'ur le-Ferush hamfln D'nftK KMnV D';nK iT "Kt l 11'2 "l •n In lV, N' KtK Dm'r. RaMBaN, fol. 13a; Recanati, Perush 'al ha-Torah, fol. , both words equal 91. equivalence of t abtn, "lb 134 ELLIOT R. 87 When Scripture speaks of the pillar of fire that illuminated the way for the Israelites during the nighttime, it is referringto a physical manifestation of this very attribute of God and not to some symbolic correlate.

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