Shemini Atzeret | references

References

  1. ^ a b See Leviticus 23:34,36 and text below.
  2. ^ a b c d Hebrew/Gregorian calculations by
  3. ^ a b c d "Jewish Holidays - Hebcal Jewish Calendar". www.hebcal.com.
  4. ^ Bank & Wiggins 2012, p. 139.
  5. ^ a b Talmud, Beitza 4b.
  6. ^ Shulchan Aruch, Orach Chayim 669
  7. ^ a b c d e f "Shemini 'Azeret". Jewish Encyclopedia. New York: Funk and Wagnalls.
  8. ^ Leviticus 23:36, Numbers 29:35, Nehemiah 8:18 and 2Chronicles 7:9
  9. ^ See Amos 5:21, Isaiah 1:13 and Joel 1:14.
  10. ^ See Deuteronomy 16:8
  11. ^ Leviticus 23:33–43
  12. ^ Leviticus 23:40–42
  13. ^ a b c See Tractate Sukkah 48a
  14. ^ Sacks, pp. 306–7 and 1186.
  15. ^ a b Sacks, pp. 760–3.
  16. ^ Gurary & Kaplan 2000, p. 83-93.
  17. ^ Rashi on Leviticus 23:36.
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  19. ^ Variants are quoted in Isaacs (2000, p. 88) and in the Jewish Encyclopedia[7]
  20. ^ Quoted in Isaacs (2000, p. 93).
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  22. ^ Mainly in chassidic congregations. See "Simchat Torah Hakafot Procedure". Chabad.org. Retrieved September 28, 2018.
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  24. ^ See Leviticus 23:33–43, with Shemini Atzeret mentioned in verses 36 and 39, and Numbers 29, with Shemini Atzeret featured in verses 35–38.
  25. ^ Ribiat 1999.
  26. ^ 2Chronicles 7:9 and 1Kings 8
  27. ^ Nehemiah 8:18
  28. ^ 2Maccabees 10:1–9
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  33. ^ See, for example, "Holiday Calendar". United States Embassy Tel Aviv. Retrieved January 22, 2018..
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  42. ^ Mishnah Berurah (in Hebrew). 668:6. Retrieved December 22, 2013.
  43. ^ Nulman 1996, p. 322.
  44. ^ Eisenberg 2010, pp. 239–40.
  45. ^ Kunin 2000, p. 267.
  46. ^ Brener 2001, p. 222.
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