A Treatise on the Construction Rigging by Tyrrel E. Biddle

By Tyrrel E. Biddle

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Indeed, special synagogue shoes were de l'£gllcur, for a regard to decent foot-gear was a very old Jewish characteristic. s Men did not go to synagogue with the small cap worn in the house, but changed it for a more costly one. With regard to the feet, it was customary to pray barefooted or in list slippers on the ninth of Ab or on the Day of Atonement, on the 'eve' of which many passed the night in the synagogue. Talmud students in the thirteenth century often went barefooted in the streets 4 _ from poverty, however, rather than from piety; but there are indications that in the East Jews habitually prayed 1 For a full account of this see Joseph Nordlingen (Hahn), Yosif Onulz, § 3.

But in Rome in the fourteenth century churches were erected quite close to synagogues and the relations between the two sets of worshippers were not strained by any such recriminations. The number of windows in a synagogue was by preference twelve,6 but this feature was neither common nor 1 Resjlonsa, Chavvath Yair, § 161; Joel h. S. Sirkes, § 17. ~ Lindo, p. 99. LOw, /lfonatsscnrijl, 1884, p. 217. 'Tovey, AI'triia Yudaica, p. 192. Cf. also Glidemann, ii. pp. 27 and 224. On the other hand, in the fourteenth century, chnrch and synagogue were built in close proximity to one another in Rome, and no complaints were made (Betliner.

There was, moreover, nothing in European Judaism parallel to the Christian diocese. It was impossible that such a parallel should exist, for the bishop 2 rapidly acquired THE 1 The monasteries revived something of the Jewish system in the eleventh centufY. I The Jewish WsIIops. of whom we read in medieval English documents, were not ecclesiastics, but probably were lay heads or Parnassim. Mr. Jacobs. however (Ang:evin England, p. 43). believes that they were Dayani", or Rabbinical judges. 35 Communal Organization political power, and in the eighth century, undcr Boniface's vigorous reforms, the bishop became permanently possessed of disciplinary powers such as no Rabbi ever wielded or claimed.

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