Sefarad, Vol 78, No 2 (2018)

¿Qué tipo de información transmite el Midrás sobre la sinagoga? Algunas reflexiones a partir de Levítico Rabá


https://doi.org/10.3989/sefarad.018.008

Lorena Miralles-Maciá
Universidad de Granada, España
orcid http://orcid.org/0000-0003-3661-252X

Resumen


Este estudio se centra en los testimonios transmitidos en LvR sobre la sinagoga en la Palestina de la Tardoantigüedad. Su objetivo es doble: 1) determinar el tipo de información sobre la sinagoga según LvR relacionada tanto con el edificio y otros elementos asociados, como con los aspectos litúrgicos, educacionales y comunales; y 2) señalar las dificultades inherentes a la evaluación de esta información, especialmente considerando la escasez de detalles contextuales. Este estudio, por tanto, contribuye a la discusión sobre la conexión entre la sinagoga y el Midrás, arrojando luz sobre la perspectiva de los rabinos sobre esta institución en época amoraíta y su implicación en la vida sinagogal.

Palabras clave


Sinagoga; Midrás; Levítico Rabá

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