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The Great Sanhedrin; a study of the origin, development, composition, and functions of the Bet Din ha-Gadol during the Second Jewish Commonwealth.

Author: Sidney B Hoenig
Publisher: Philadelphia, Dropsie College for Hebrew and Cognate Learning; selling agents: Bloch Pub. Co., New York, 1953.
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Hoenig, Sidney B. (Sidney Benjamin).
Great Sanhedrin.
Philadelphia, Dropsie College for Hebrew and Cognate Learning; selling agents: Bloch Pub. Co., New York, 1953
(OCoLC)580420439
Named Person: Great Sanhedrin
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Sidney B Hoenig
OCLC Number: 2416020
Notes: A revision and expansion of the author's thesis, Dropsie College.
Description: xviii, 310 pages 24 cm
Contents: Part I --
I. The name --
Synedrion --
in classical literature --
in papyri --
in Jewish-Greek sources --
in Tannaitic sources --
the Gerousia --
II. The nature of the great Sanhedrin --
III. Origins and opinions --
Biblical sources --
the Soferic "Persian" age --
Alexander the Great and the Jews --
Seleucidean rule and the epistle of Antiochus --
the Zadokite Fragment --
IV. The emergence of the Bet Din ha-Gadol --
results of the Hasmonean revolt --
Political and social Background --
the Eshkolot --
Rabbinic evidences: the first heads --
a. Jose ben Joezer --
b. Simon the Hasmonean (the just) --
c. Antigonus of Soko --
Simon the Hasmonean and the Zugot --
V. The presidency: Zugot or high priest --
Rabbinic tradition --
historicity of the Zagot --
evidence in Non-Rabbinic sources --
the high priest as Nasi --
VI. Rival schools --
Historic events and their effects --
majority and minority leadership --
Nesi'im versus Abot Bet Din --
how the titles were used --
historic continuity --
VII. The membership --
requisites --
place of the king of high priest --
manner of selection --
induction --
seating arrangement --
judicial honor and tenure --
aristocratic nature of the body --
pharisaic and Sadducean composition --
selection of the Nasi --
Titles of the members --
judges of civil cases --
the muflaim VIII. The number --
Rabbinic views --
in the periods of the Zugot and the Hillelite family --
dissolution and restoration: Johanan ben Zakkai and Gamaliel II --
the dispute of Rabban Simon ben Gamaliel II: Rabbi Judah versus Rabbi Meir and Rabbi Nathan --
the appointments of Ab Bet Din and Hakam --
Simon ben Gamaliel II's assertion of Authority --
the interpretation of the Rabbinic conflict --
Josephus' testimony --
the Alexandrian Gerousia --
Biblical sources --
Plenary sessions and Quorum --
IX. The meeting place --
scholarly opinions --
temple precincts --
Lishkat ha-Etz of Parhedrin --
Lishkat ha-Gazit --
rooms for storage or administration --
Bouleuterion --
tripartite government --
X. The functions of the Bet Din ha-Gadol --
scope --
jurisdiction --
a. religious authority --
b. limitation of powers --
c. capital punishment --
general activities --
source of Law: the Torah in the Azarah --
final appeal --
a. the system --
b. instances of appeal --
c. irrevocability of decision --
repeal, modification and interpretation of the Halakah --
emergency decisions --
supervision of official --
a. inauguration --
excommunication --
lower courts --
appointment of judges --
special trials --
a. judging a trial or associate justice --
b. false prophet --
c. rebellious elder --
calendar supervision --
temple supervision --
a. special services --
b. additions to the city and temple --
c. priesthood --
XI. Judicial procedure --
Quorum --
sessions --
precedent and tradition --
issuance of decrees --
XII. Dissolution of the great Sanhedrin --
scholarly opinions --
the exact date --
corroboration from historic events --
Part II --
Excursuses.

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