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Thanks to the answer of @Joel K I searched in manuscripts of the Sifria Leumit. See in Manuscript Vatican Apostolica Hebr 110-111 that the text is Amar leih Rabbi Shimeon Ben Lakish (Left column fourth line)


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The edition of Shas at HebrewBooks.org contains a footnote suggesting that it is indeed R. Shimon b. Lakish. It notes that there are manuscripts with this reading, as well as the parallel text in the Talmud Yerushalmi.


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