10-2-08 Jews history notes

10-2-08 Jews history notes - 10-2-08 Jewish Education Jews...

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10-2-08 Jewish Education Jews had the common experience of education as all Jews in Europe had basically the same education. It brought communities together and you could connect with people all over the place. When a Jewish boy reached five or six they started going to school and it was celebrated by the community with a party and what not. They learned how to read and right in Hebrew and learn the Torah like all day and all night. Girls were exempt from education because of the duties at home. They did have their own school at synagogue. Seek Ad Non was written by Abelard and talks about how there is no agreement of theological issues of the church and saints and former popes. He was a famous lover with Eloise. He was a famous teacher. Class size was no more than 25 per class. Torah taught (start with Leviticus; 5-6 years old) Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, Deuteronomy Talmud (10-13 years old)- at this point there are special instructors for this. Most significant written interpretation of the oral Jewish Torah. Basically a guide to many
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This note was uploaded on 10/22/2008 for the course HIST 134B taught by Professor Bell during the Fall '08 term at Duke.

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10-2-08 Jews history notes - 10-2-08 Jewish Education Jews...

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