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Simeon: (a) (1567-1447 BCE) Second son of Jacob and Leah, second of the Twelve Tribes. He and his brother Levi destroyed the city of Shechem in retaliation for their sister Dinah’s abduction and violation. (b) A common Jewish name.
Simeon (Shimon), the second son of Jacob and Leah, was born on Tevet 21 (according to another opinion, on Tevet 28), of the year 2194 from creation (1567 BCE), nine years after Jacob’s arrival in Charan. Jacob was 86 at the time. (By another calculation, ...
Joseph Prepares For His Brothers’ Arrival, The Harsh Reception, The Changed Brothers
The Destruction of Shechem, The War against the Seven Kings
1567-1447 BCE
According to sources cited in Seder Hadorot, Tevet 28 is both the birthday and the day of passing of Shimon the son of Jacb; other sources place the date as Tevet 21. (See the entry for Tevet 21).
1567 BCE
Shimon, the second son of Jacob and Leah and the progenitor of the Israelite tribe of Shimon, was born on Tevet 21 (according to another opinion, on Tevet 28), of the year 2194 from creation (1567 BCE), nine years after Jacob's arrival in Charan. Link: Mo...
The women in Abraham’s family were abducted (or nearly abducted) no less than four times . . .
The two aspects of seeing and hearing are potentially within each of us as levels of relationship with G‑d that we can develop through Torah study . . .
“Because G-d heard.” (Genesis 29:33) Leah’s second son, Simeon, embodies the quality of hearing. The tribe of Simeon did not receive its own portion in the Land of Israel because of their aggressive role in destroying the city of Shechem (see Genesis 34),...
Parsha Vayechi
How Reuven, Shimon, Levi and Yehudah represent four different phases we experience as we go through the order of the morning prayers: 1) Reuven—the first paragraph of Shema, 2) Shimon—the second paragraph of Shema, 3) Levi—the blessings after Shema, and 4...
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