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Mishnah, Sukkah, 1.11

nanOne who makes his sukkah like a cone-shaped hut or leans it against a wall: Rabbi Eliezer invalidates it since it has no roof, But the sages declare it valid. A large reed mat: if made for lying upon it is susceptible to [ritual] uncleanliness and is invalid as skhakh. If made for a skhakh, it may be used for skhakh and is not susceptible to uncleanliness. Rabbi Eliezer says, whether small or large: if it was made for reclining upon, it is susceptible to uncleanliness and is invalid as skhakh; if made for a covering, it is valid as a skhakh and is not susceptible to uncleanliness."

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akiba Rubenstein(1995) 222
albeck,h. Rubenstein(1995) 209
beams Rubenstein(1995) 205, 208
eliezer Rubenstein(1995) 208, 222
epstein,j.n. Rubenstein(1995) 209, 222
ezra Rubenstein(1995) 205
fox,h. Rubenstein(1995) 208, 209
intention Rubenstein(1995) 208
josephus Rubenstein(1995) 205
jubilees Rubenstein(1995) 205
maimonides Rubenstein(1995) 209
philo Rubenstein(1995) 205
qaraites Rubenstein(1995) 205
shade Rubenstein(1995) 209
skhakh Rubenstein(1995) 205, 208, 209, 222
sukka Rubenstein(1995) 205, 208, 209, 222
temple Rubenstein(1995) 205, 208
trees Rubenstein(1995) 222
walls' Rubenstein(1995) 205
walls Rubenstein(1995) 208, 222