A case of mukat eitz, and whether she is believed (and what the value of her ketubah would be). Also, the case of a woman speaking to a man – which gives rise to suspicion as to seclusion… What is the nature of their relationship?! And what complications kick in if the woman is pregnant, if she claims the (unknown) father is a kohen, if she herself is the daughter of a kohen, etc.? What about this woman’s claim with regard to her daughter’s eligibility to marry a kohen? Plus, the reliability of this woman’s claims. And also, what is the status of the child of her pregnancy without a known father – and the definition of a “shetuki.” || Talmudic Principles: Ein apotropos le-arayot.
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