[b-hebrew] Mishna on veil
George F. Somsel
gfsomsel at juno.com
Fri Aug 20 03:50:06 EDT 2004
On Mon, 16 Aug 2004 18:19:13 +0300 Kimmo Huovila
<kimmo.huovila at helsinki.fi> writes:
> I am sorry for an off-topic question, butI have a vague memory that
> the Mishna
> refers to veils as a piece of clothing, but I cannot find the
> Could anyone help me out?
I don't see that there has been any response to this yet.
In "The second division: Appointed times" it says
6:1 With what does a woman go out, and with what does she not go out?
6:6 A. She goes out with a sela coin on a bunion
B. Little girls go out with threads and ships in their ears.
C. Arabian women go out veiled.
Neusner, J. _The Mishnah: A new translation_
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