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For the 3d generation Amora sage also of Babylon, see Ammi b. Abba (Rammi b. Abba I).

Rami bar Abba II[1] (Hebrew: רמי בר אבא (השני)) was a Babylonian rabbi, of the sixth generation of amoraim.

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Biography

Once Rami wanted to build a new synagogue, by taking bricks and beams from an old synagogue and use them for the new synagogue in a different location. In general halacha prohibits of dismantling a synagogue before one has built another to take its place, lest the new one not end up being built. Rami asked whether this was permitted in his case, since the materials of the old synagogue would be used for the new. He asked Rav Papa and then R. Huna b. Joshua (or according to another version, Rav Papi and then R. Huna b. Tahlifa) who both prohibited him from doing so.[2]

According to Sheiltot d’Rav Achai, Rami b. Abba was Rav Ashi's father-in-law,[3] and probably it is this Rami b. Abba (and not Rami b. Abba I).[4]

References

  1. ^ Megillah 26b [1]
  2. ^ Babylonian Talmud, Tractate Megillah 26b; different versions appear in Dikdukei Soferim
  3. ^ This is how it is stated in Babylonian Talmud Hullin 111a. In Beitzah 29b, it is stated that Rami bar Hama was his father-in-law. According to Aaron Hyman, the name in Beitzah 29b is a misprint, but some others otherwise.
  4. ^ According to Jehiel ben Solomon Heilprin, Seder ha-Dorot


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