R' Elazar ben Azaryah

Rabban Gamliel, R' Yehoshua, R' Elazar ben Azaryah and R' Akiva on a boat: Succah 41b
Rabban Gamliel, R' Elazar ben Azaryah and R' Yehoshua cried about the happiness of Roman idolaters as compared to the destruction of the Temple, but R' Akiva laughed, saying that those who follow Gd will be all the more rewarded, as compared to those idolaters: Makkot 24a-b
Rabban Gamliel, R' Elazar ben Azaryah and R' Yehoshua cried when they saw a fox walking in the former Holy of Holies, but R' Akiva laughed, saying that just as the prophecy of a fox walking there had been fulfilled, so the prophecy of the Jewish elders returning to the streets of Jerusalem would be fulfilled, too. The sages responded, "Akiva, you have comforted us, Akiva, you have comforted us!": Makkot 24b
A generation is not orphaned, if R' Elazar Ben Azaryah lives in it: Chagigah 3b
Leaned for Recitation of Shema, specifically to match R' Yishmael's position: Berachot 11a
How much R' Elazar ben Azaryah loved mitzvot: Succah 41b
Transition from 18 to 70 years old: Berachot 12b [See Peirush HaMishnayot]
Speeches made on the day he ascended to the Head of the Study Hall: Pesachim 18a
Ben Azzai reporting a halachah taught on the day R' Elazar ben Azaryah ascended to lead the Study Hall: Zevachim 11b
Addressing R' Akiva as "Akiva": Shabbat 132a; Makkot 24b
Terming R' Meir "Meir": Gittin 12b
Set of general statements by R' Elazar ben Azaryah: Pesachim 118a
R' Tarfon, R' Yosi HaGelili, R' Elazar ben Azaryah and R' Akiva attempting to console R' Yishmael on the loss of his sons: Moed Katan 28b
R' Akiva, R' Yehoshua, Rabban Gamliel and R' Elazar ben Azaryah were at sea on Shabbat. R' Akiva and R' Yehoshua chose to be strict on themselves and remain in a four-cubit space, whereas Rabban Gamliel and R' Elazar ben Azaryah travelled the breadth of the boat: Eruvin 41b
R' Akiva, R' Yehoshua, Rabban Gamliel and R' Elazar ben Azaryah were at sea on Shabbat, and arrived at a port on Shabbat. The sages asked Rabban Gamliel what they could do, and he replied they were all right, since he had noted their arrival within the borders of the town before Shabbat began: Eruvin 41b, 43a
R' Elazar ben Azaryah claiming he can mitigate the sins of the Jewish people, as far as omission of prayer, since the destruction of the Temple; the Prophet described them as "intoxicated," and one who is intoxicated does not pray: Eruvin 64b-65a
Set of statements of Rav Sheshet citing R' Elazar ben Azaryah, analyzing textual juxtapositions [Semuchin] from the Torah: Makkot 23a

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