3 mishnayot! The case of a man who eats in his father-in-law’s home in Yehudah, specifically, after betrothal, and with no witnesses that the betrothed couple was not along together… the husband-to-be can no longer make a claim against the wife’s virginity. With the location being key. Also, how the kehunah has impact on the ketubah value. Also, when a husband brings a complaint against his wife’s virginity, and she maintains that she was raped after the betrothal – which he doesn’t accept. The mishnah presents two strong opinions, and the Gemara tackles the question via examples elsewhere in Halakhah. || Talmud Principles on This Daf: minhag hamakom, bari ve-shema, migo.
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