Miracle of the cruse of oil (Hebrew: נֵס פַּךְ הַשָּׁמֵן) is an Aggadah depicted in the Babylonian Talmud, Tractate Shabbat, as one of the reasons for Hanukkah. The story of the miracle, as described in the Talmud, occurred after the liberation of the Temple in Jerusalem during the Maccabean Revolt, and describes how the finding of a jug of pure oil that was to be enough to light the lamp for one day; instead, it lasted for eight days.

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  • Le miracle de la fiole d'huile (hébreu : נס פך השמן Nes pakh hashemen) se produit, selon la tradition rabbinique, lors de la révolte des Maccabées, peu après la libération du second Temple de Jérusalem. Il permet aux révoltés d'allumer la menora du Temple pendant huit jours avec une fiole d'huile pure qui n'aurait dû suffire que pour un jour. C'est ce miracle que commémorerait principalement, voire exclusivement, la fête juive de Hanoucca. (fr)
  • Miracle of the cruse of oil (Hebrew: נֵס פַּךְ הַשָּׁמֵן) is an Aggadah depicted in the Babylonian Talmud, Tractate Shabbat, as one of the reasons for Hanukkah. The story of the miracle, as described in the Talmud, occurred after the liberation of the Temple in Jerusalem during the Maccabean Revolt, and describes how the finding of a jug of pure oil that was to be enough to light the lamp for one day; instead, it lasted for eight days. (en)
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  • Le miracle de la fiole d'huile (hébreu : נס פך השמן Nes pakh hashemen) se produit, selon la tradition rabbinique, lors de la révolte des Maccabées, peu après la libération du second Temple de Jérusalem. Il permet aux révoltés d'allumer la menora du Temple pendant huit jours avec une fiole d'huile pure qui n'aurait dû suffire que pour un jour. C'est ce miracle que commémorerait principalement, voire exclusivement, la fête juive de Hanoucca. (fr)
  • Miracle of the cruse of oil (Hebrew: נֵס פַּךְ הַשָּׁמֵן) is an Aggadah depicted in the Babylonian Talmud, Tractate Shabbat, as one of the reasons for Hanukkah. The story of the miracle, as described in the Talmud, occurred after the liberation of the Temple in Jerusalem during the Maccabean Revolt, and describes how the finding of a jug of pure oil that was to be enough to light the lamp for one day; instead, it lasted for eight days. (en)
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  • Miracle de la fiole d'huile (fr)
  • Miracle of the cruse of oil (en)
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