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claims that tests conducted on the products purchased in the store verify that the drawings on the carpets were copied "illegitimately." Shekalim said in response, "I haven't received any lawsuit."
For example, the Jerusalem Talmud, but not the Babylonian Talmud, explains the Mishnah to the tractate Shekalim (as cited in this paper).
(7) The Jerusalem Talmud tractate "Shekalim" (literally "shekels") explains how these coins were collected, how they were accounted for, and other aspects of the Temple's administration.
As mentioned above, an article in an American Jewish newspaper stated that Orthodox rabbis were paid "between six and ten shekalim [dollars] per week," but this figure does not seem to be representative though there were rabbis who earned even less.
Huttenmeister responsible for the Shekalim tractate (100 pages), and Goran Larsson, dealing with Kippurim (200 pages), reflect this interest.
Last month, in Tractate Shekalim, Daf Yomi readers encountered two priestly families known as the House of Avtinas and the House of Garmu.
(36) Eliezer Kalir, in a piyut composed for the occasion of the special reading of parshah shekalim; stylistically articulates the reason for singling out the tribe of Levi from the census as follows: [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] "the precious third within them was not counted for the king's legion must be independently counted" in Siddur Avodat Yisrael, eds., S.
TJ, Shekalim, 8:1, 51a, adduced above, preserves interesting details, such as the long periods for which some members of the public held onto products in their stockpiles, while others relied on professional traders, grain traders, and bakers.
So far we have learned about the laws of Shabbat, in Shabbat and Eruvin, and Passover, in Pesachim, as well as the procedure for paying the Temple tax, in Shekalim. (This last is not technically a holiday, but since it happened at the same time every year, it finds a place in Moed.) Now Daf Yomi readers have embarked on a new tractate, Yoma, which deals with the most sacred day of all, Yom Kippur.
According to the Talmud (TB Yoma 52b-53b, TJ Shekalim 6:1), the Ark was either hidden by King Josiah or transported to exile in Babylon.
This week brought Daf Yomi readers to the end of Tractate Shekalim, by far the shortest of the tractates we have read since the cycle began 15 months ago.
Among them are: Talmud Yerushalmi Shekalim 26a; Midrash Tanchuma Deuteronomy 32:8; Vayikra Rabbah Parasha 23; Yalkut Shimoni; Bereshit; Remez 5; Yalkut Shimoni, Amos, Remez 543 ("she'hefitz ha'yam et ha'olam"); Midrash Tanchuma Chayei Sarah Siman 6; Yalkut Shimoni, Iyov, Remez 924 ("she'alah ha'yam vheyfitz ha'olam"--literally, "the sea arose and moved the earth") with the Atlantic Ocean flooding what is now the Mediterranean Sea (Responsa B'tzel ha'Choma II Siman 12).