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Literary usage of Lakish
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. History of the Jews by Heinrich Graetz, Philipp Bloch (1893)
"lakish, the Teacher, robust of hand and brain; and in Babylonia, Abba-Areka and Samuel. These men were the pioneers of a new movement, connected, ..."
2. New Edition of the Babylonian Talmud (1903)
"According to R. Johanan: The benefit which he derived from the business is forbidden, and according to Resh lakish, it is not. Resh lakish objected to R. ..."
3. The Pentateuch According to the Talmud: Genesis: with a Talmudical Commentary by Paul Isaac Hershon, Henry Donald Maurice Spence-Jones (1883)
"Rabbi Shimon ben lakish said: When they have received their last polish by ... Rabbi Yochanan felt mortified, and consequently Rabbi Shimon ben lakish was ..."
4. Flowers of the Midrash for the Schools and Homes by Joseph Cohn (1912)
"Resh lakish, who was a descendant of heathens in his earliest youth, belonged to a ... One day while R. Jochanan was bathing in the Jordan, Resh lakish, ..."
5. The Dublin University Magazine: A Literary and Political Journal (1853)
"... or Sennacherib must permit the sacking of some other city, and leave his doings at lakish to the commemoration of more old-fashioned interpreters. ..."
6. New Edition of the Babylonian Talmud (1901)
"When Resh lakish saw him, he jumped into the Jordan, and came to him. ... Resh lakish accepted this proposition [and when he was about to jump for his ..."
7. A Translation of the Treatise Chagigah from the Babylonian Talmud by A W Streane (1891)
"R. Jochanan said, The presenting of oneself in the Court, but Resh lakish said, The presenting of oneself with an offering. All the world is agreed that on ..."