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Simeon ben Jehozadak

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Rabbi Simeon ben Jehozadak (רבי שמעון בן יהוצדק) was a rabbi who was one of the semi-tannaim on the border between the eras of tannaim and amoraim.

Rabbi Shimon bar Yehotzadak (I)

He was a teacher of Rabbi Yochanan,[1] who quotes many laws in his name.[2]

He was a kohen; when he died in Lod, his brother Yochanan visited from the Galilee.[3] R' Yochanan was present at Shimon's death.[4]

Rabbi Shimon bar Yehotzadak (II)

Once a Rabbi Shimon bar Yehotzadak and R' Hiyya bar Zarnuki went to declare a leap year in a place called Asya.[5] This cannot be Shimon bar Yehotzadak (I), but must be a different individual.[6]


  1. ^ Babylonian Talmud, Yoma 43b
  2. ^ Babylonian Talmud, Pesachim 95a; Sukkah 27a; Taanit 28b; Yevamot 79a; etc.
  3. ^ Semachot 4:11
  4. ^ Jerusalem Talmud Nazir 7:1; Ecclesiastes Rabbah 7:2-5; also Yerushalmi Brachot 3:1 end, but the name given there is erroneously Shmuel rather than Shimon
  5. ^ Babylonian Talmud, Sanhedrin 26a
  6. ^ Aharon Heimann, Toldot Tannaim veAmoraim, 1910, 3:1178
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