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The development of the customs accepted by the two yeshivot in Babylonia in the gaonic period and their integration into halachik literature. A master’s project submitted to the faculty of the Bernard Revel Graduate School, Yeshiva University in partial fulfillment of the requirements of the degree of Masters of Arts as of August 1977 by Rabbi Elisha Citroen. Sponsor, Rabbi Elazar Hurvitz. (New York, NY: Bernard Revel Graduate School. Yeshiva University., 1977-08)Some scholars have already dealt with the different customs between these two schools, such as Assaf’s list of differences. However, in this study we examine the opposite, where the heads and elders of the two Yeshivot ...