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Mikvah Math for the Sea of Shlomo
In calculating the number of Mikvas that the "Sea of Shlomo" could hold, the Gemara (Eruvin 14b) calculates that it would hold 150. The Gemara asks, that being that the Sea was round, and the ...
Sep 3 '12 at 22:48
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