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Shela (Hebrew: רבי שילא‎) was a Babylonian teacher of the latter part of the tannaitic and the beginning of the amoraic period, and head of the school ("sidra") at Nehardea.[1] When Rav visited Babylonia, he once officiated as an expounder (amora) for R. Shela at his public lectures.[2] The school at Nehardea was named in honor of Shela; and its scholars were accordingly known as "D'Bei R. Shela."

With the exception of a mishnaic interpretation,[3] none of Shela's teachings is known, although some of the sayings of the students of his academy, the Bei R. Shela, are mentioned in the Talmud.[4]


  1. ^ Yoma 20a; Letter of Sherira Gaon, in Neubauer, M. J. C. i. 28
  2. ^ Yoma 20a
  3. ^ Yoma 20a
  4. ^ Pesachim 39b; Rosh Hashana 23b; Gittin 52b; Kiddushin 43a
  •  This article incorporates text from a publication now in the public domainSinger, Isidore; et al., eds. (1901–1906). "Shela". The Jewish Encyclopedia. New York: Funk & Wagnalls. It has the following bibliography:
  • Weiss, Dor. iii. 746–747;
  • Halevy, Dorot ha-Rishonim, ii. 223–225;
  • Bacher, Ag. Bab. Amor. p. 35.
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