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The 1901 Jewish Encyclopedia
Jose (Joseph), Abba, ben Dositai (Dosai; Derosai; Dosa)
Palestinian tanna of the second century; mentioned as both halakist and haggadist. He transmitted a halakah of R. Jose the Galilean (Tosef., Ta'an. 2:6). His haggadot consist chiefly of reconciliations between contradictory Biblical passages, almost all of them being transmitted by Rabbi (Judah I.). A series of them is in the Sifre to Num. 42; they are reproduced in Num. R. 11:19, and single haggadot occur in Sanh. 52a, Yoma 22a, Zeb. 116b, and elsewhere. Lev. R. 24:3 and Tan., Ḳedoshim, 9, preserve a demon-story the hero of which is called Jose of Ẓitor; while according to Midr. Teh. to Psalms 20:7, where the same story occurs, the hero is Abba Jose b. Dositai.
- Bacher, Ag. Tan. 2:388;
- idem, Ag. Pal. Amor. 2:450;
- Heilprin, Seder ha-Dorot,
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