Cases that make the mishnah of the previous daf tangible and practical, including the case of immolation (apparently) of a man on his wedding day, where his wife scres out to bring everyone’s attention to him…. But then he’s unrecognizable. Is she believed? Could the husband have escaped alive? Another case makes it clear that the real topic is not marriage, but testimony: the division and claiming of sesame plants. How can each plant be correctly assigned to each true owner? Plus, a mnemonic or code to designate the various statuses of foodstuffs (terumah, chullin, etc.). The question is: how do we (or they) substantiate claims?
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