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articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. The
Baraita on the Thirty-two Rules or Baraita of R. Eliezer ben Jose
ha-Gelili is a baraita giving 32 hermeneutic rules for interpreting
the Bible. It no longer exists, except in references by later
authorities. Abul-Walid ibn Jana is the oldest authority who drew
upon this Baraita, but he did not mention it by name. Rashi makes
frequent use of it in his commentaries on the Bible and the Talmud.
He either briefly calls it the thirty-two rules (Hor. 3a) or
designates it as the "Baraita (or sections ) of R. Eliezer b. Jose
ha-Gelili" (Gen. ii. 8; Ex. xiv. 24). Also the Karaite Judah
Hadassi, who incorporated it in his Eshkol ha-Kofer, recognized in
it the work of this R. Eliezer.
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