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Rishonim: Quiz

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Question 1: ________, Moshe ben Nahman, (Ramban), 13th century Spanish and Holy Land mystic and Talmudist
NahmanidesHaredim and ZionismSephardi JewsHurva Synagogue

Question 2: For the Israeli town, see ________.
RamlaRishon LeZionNetanyaPetah Tikva

Question 3: Yitzhak Saggi Nehor, (Isaac the Blind), 12th-13th century ________ Kabbalist
AlsaceProvenceAvignonMarseille

Question 4: Rabbinic scholars subsequent to the Shulkhan Arukh are known as " ________ — the latter ones".
KabbalahAcharonimHalakhaRabbinic literature

Question 5: ראשון, Rishon, "the first ones,") were the leading Rabbis and Poskim who lived approximately during the 11th to 15th centuries, in the era before the writing of the Shulkhan Arukh and following the ________.
HalakhaRabbinic literatureTalmudGeonim

Question 6: ________, (Even Ezra), 12th century Spanish-North African Biblical commentator
KabbalahTorahAbraham ibn EzraBible

Question 7: According to a widely held view in ________, Acharonim generally cannot dispute the rulings of rabbis of previous eras unless they find support of other rabbis in previous eras.
Jewish leadershipConservative JudaismOrthodox JudaismAshkenazi Jews

Question 8:
The distinction between Rishonim and Geonim is meaningful historically; in ________ (Jewish Law) the distinction is less important.
Haredi JudaismHasidic JudaismHalakhaOrthodox Judaism

Question 9: ________, (Sefer HaKabbalah), 12th century Spanish philosopher
Abraham ibn DaudMaimonidesThe Guide for the PerplexedJewish philosophy

Question 10: On the other hand, this view is not formally a part of ________ itself, and according to some rabbis is a violation of the halakhic system.
Hasidic JudaismHaredi JudaismOrthodox JudaismHalakha







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