Rav Asi

Rav Asi is not to be confused with R' Asi: Tos. Shabbat 45b
Blessings at the Wedding of Mar Beraih DeRav Ashi: Ketuvot 8a
Advice from Rav: Pesachim 113a
Rav ruled in a debate against Rav Asi, but in practice maintained the stringency of Rav Asi: Megillah 5a
Rav taught a lesson. Rav Kahana and Rav Asi challenged it, and Rav was silent. Rav Sheshet then defended it, though: Bava Metzia 69b
Rav Kahana and Rav Asi each swearing that their own version of what Rav had said was correct: Nedarim 25b
Rav Kahana and Rav Asi challenged Rav on a point, and Rav was silent [Shatik Rav]: Beitzah 6a
Rav Asi took care of his mother in her old age, until she became senile, and he moved to Israel. When she followed him, he asked R' Yochanan whether he should leave to greet her, and after an initial "I don't know," R' Yochanan blessed him. Uncertain whether R' Yochanan was angry at him, Rav Asi asked R' Elazar for his opinion, and R' Elazar replied that R' Yochanan was not angry at him: Kiddushin 31b
How Rav Asi found a way to rescind a woman's vow: Nedarim 22b
Rav Asi, or possibly R' Zeira, challenging R' Asi and causing him to be "Silenced for about an hour": Kiddushin 39a
Rav Ami was subject to Rav Huna, despite his own great status: Megillah 22a
Rav silenced by a suggestion of Rav Kahana and Rav Asi in a discussion: Succah 6b-7a
Refuting Rav simply, "Is that really so?": Bava Kama 11a
Rav Wouldn't sit while giving a Lesson, in honor of Rav Kahana and Rav Asi: Shabbat 146b
Rav Asi's death, and the other Rabbis' gathering to repeat his teachings: Kiddushin 13a-b
How Rav Asi read the Purim Story in the town of Hutzal: Megillah 5b
Rav Ami and Rav Asi were the "two [most] important Kohanim of Israel": Megillah 22a
Rami bar Yechezkel sent a message to Rav Amram, "Tell me something from the fine things you cited from Rav Asi, regarding the [laws of] shelters built on boats": Eruvin 102a
Reciting Havdalah after the first night of a two-day Yom Tov: Beitzah 4b [see Shitah Mekubetzet there]
Practicing two opposite strictures in a case of doubt: Beitzah 4b
Rav Asi was overjoyed when he heard what appeared to be a great answer for a problem from Rabbi Yochanan; his face shone. But then R' Yochanan explained that it had been a cleverly disguised mistake: Zevachim 19b

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