Measurements! Barley. The vine. Fig. Pomegranate. Date. Olive. Also, a sukkah must have 3 walls – though that third wall can be as small as a tefach. This detail is subject to dispute, however. How is it derived? The spelling of “sukkot” is different and each spelling implies a new detail about the sukkot. Plus, the interwoven discussion on “halakhah le-Moshe mi-Sinai.” Note the multiple entry points of interpretation, and how that seems to contrast with the halakhah as derived in the context of the Beit HaMikdash.
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