AJS REVIEW. VOL. 6. 1981. VI ASSOCIATION FOR JEWISH STUDIES by FRANK TALMAGE
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V. " 34. S. B. Nisenbaum, Le-qorot ha-Yehudimbe-Lublin (Lublin, 1920), pp. 14-15. 35. Gliickel of Hameln, Life, pp. 42, 44-45, 54-55. AN ADVANTAGE TO PECULIARITY 31 the benefitof theirexemptionsfromduty to PolishJews(1638-1642). Preciselyat this time,objectionswereraisedin thedietinesto Jewishtradein saltpeterwhich was a strategic good. 38 There were fairly strong links with Hungary as well. 40 Yet these international connections gave the Jews no particular advantage over their Gentile competitors.
In contrast, the application of the proemial text in section 10:10 is much more limited than the parallel version in PRK2:1. In this regard,note how the proemialtext from the second section of the PRK homily is placed within the halakhic proem(section 10:1)so as to juxtaposeat the outsetof thepisqaGod's minimal demandupon Israeland the givingof half a shekelwhichbringsatonement. Section 10:6,which we saw was an expandedversionof the proem found in PRK2:3, is betterplaced in this part of the PRhomily, since it deals with the sin of the Golden Calf and Moses' pleadingIsrael's cause.