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Definition of Sanhedrin
SanhedrinSanhedrin San"he*drin, Sanhedrim San"he*drim, n. [Heb.
sanhedr[=i]n, fr. Gr. ?; ? with + ? a seat, fr. ? to sit. See
Sit.] (Jewish Antiq.)
the great council of the Jews, which consisted of seventy
members, to whom the high priest was added. It had
jurisdiction of religious matters. SanhedrinSynagogue Syn"a*gogue, n. [F., from L. synagoga, Gr. ? a
bringing together, an assembly, a synagogue, fr. ? to bring
together; sy`n with + ? to lead. See Syn-, and Agent.]
1. A congregation or assembly of Jews met for the purpose of
worship, or the performance of religious rites.
2. The building or place appropriated to the religious
worship of the Jews.
3. The council of, probably, 120 members among the Jews,
first appointed after the return from the Babylonish
captivity; -- called also the Great Synagogue, and
sometimes, though erroneously, the Sanhedrin.
4. A congregation in the early Christian church.
My brethren, . . . if there come into your synagogue
a man with a gold ring. --James ii.
5. Any assembly of men. [Obs. or R.] --Milton.
Meaning of Sanhedrin from wikipedia
- the sanhedrin
(hebrew. סַנְהֶדְרִין. sanhedrîn, gr**** : Συνέδριον synedrion
, "sitting together," hence
"****embly " or "council") was an
(סנהדרין) is one of ten tractates
of seder nezikin
of the talmud
with damages, i.e. civil
- the sanhedrin trial
of jesus refers
to the trial
of jesus before
(a jewish judicial
- next comes
makkot, as it is a continuation
of sanhedrin's subject matter
procedure. then, shevuot, which continues
- not to be confused
with tractate bekhorot
kodashim. berakhah- filename
elozor. ogg , title
amar rabbi elazar
- the grand sanhedrin
was a jewish
high court convened
i to give legal sanction
to the principles expressed
- modern attempts
are the efforts
from 1538 ce until
day to renew
the sanhedrin which
of the sanhedrin
(קברי הסנהדרין, kivrei
hasanhedrin), also called tombs
of the judges, is an underground complex
of 63 rock-cut tombs
- the sanhedrin
was an ****embly of judges. sanhedrin
may also be: sanhedrin
(talmud), a tractate
law. sanhedrin, california