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Question 1: Rabbi Samson of Sens (________) was, apart from Maimonides, one of the few rabbis of the early medieval era to compose a Mishnah commentary.
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Question 2: The Mishnah reflects debates between 70-200 CE by the group of rabbinic sages known as the ________.
Hillel the ElderGamalielElisha ben AbuyahTannaim

Question 3: Mekhilta de-Rabbi Yishmael (Exodus)
Mekhilta de-Rabbi Shimon (Exodus)
________ (Leviticus)
Sifre (Numbers & Deuteronomy)
Sifre Zutta (Numbers)
Mekhilta le-Sefer Devarim (Deuteronomy)
Baraita of Rabbi Ishmael
Yalkut ShimoniTanna Devei EliyahuMidrash SamuelSifra

Question 4: The ________ refers to these differing versions as Mishnah Rishonah ("First Mishnah") and Mishnah Acharonah ("Last Mishnah").
MidrashRabbinic literatureJewish philosophyTalmud

Question 5: This is in contrast with the ________, works in which the sources of the traditionally received laws are identified in the Tanakh, often by linking a verse to a halakha.
SifreMekhiltaMidrash halakhaTalmud

Question 6: The earliest recorded oral law may have been of the midrashic form, in which halakhic discussion is structured as exegetical commentary on the ________.
BibleTorahKabbalahJudaism

Question 7: —— ________ ——
Targum Tehillim • Targum Mishlei
Targum Iyyov
Targum to the Five Megillot
Targum Sheni to Esther
Targum to Chronicles
BibleNevi'imTanakhKetuvim

Question 8: Available online for free download in ________ format at HebrewBooks.org: Zeraim, Moed, Nashim, Nezikin, Kodashim, Taharoth.
Office Open XMLHTMLPortable Document FormatOpenDocument

Question 9: ________ organized them into six orders to make it easier to remember.
Hillel the ElderShammaiTannaimElisha ben Abuyah

Question 10: This Oral Law is authoritative in practical terms, as the traditions of the Oral Law are considered as the necessary basis for the interpretation, and often for the reading, of the ________.
KabbalahBibleJudaismTorah







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