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Who"s Who in the Talmud

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Published by Jason Aronson .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Jewish studies,
  • Judaism,
  • Reference works,
  • Religious & spiritual leaders,
  • Talmud,
  • Reference,
  • Tannaim,
  • General,
  • Judaism - Sacred Writings,
  • Religion / Judaism / General,
  • Dictionaries,
  • Amoraim,
  • Biography

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages488
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8688447M
    ISBN 101568211139
    ISBN 109781568211138


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Her present volume on the great sages of the Talmud was inspired by her upbringing as the daughter of a community rabbi; her earliest memories are set in a home containing an extensive library of the holy books of the Talmud and its vast commentaries, including novellas on the Talmud written by her own illustrious : $   This exceptional work, with entries from Rav Abba to Rav Zutra, is an unprecedented study of every rabbi in the Talmud.

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LIST OF TALMUDIC BOOKS. The are six main parts of the Talmud: I. ZERAIM: concerning seeds. It treats of seeds, fruits, herbs, trees; of the public and domestic use of fruits, of different seeds, etc. MOED: concerning festivals.

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Please Help Support This Site. THE JEWISH TALMUD is “Holy Writ” for the Jews. The Talmud supercedes the Whos Who in the Talmud book Testament in authority for the Jews.

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Founder: Albert Nelson Marquis. There are actually two Talmuds. One was written in Iraq (Babylonian Talmud) around AD. The redactors were Rav Ashi and Ravina. The other was written in the land of Israel (Jerusalem Talmud) around AD. The redactor is not well known, bu. The Talmud (Hebrew for “study”) is one of the central works of the Jewish people.

It is the record of rabbinic teachings that spans a period of about six hundred years, beginning in the first century C.E.

and continuing through the sixth and seventh centuries C.E. Product Information. This exceptional work, with entries from Rav Abba to Rav Zutra, is an unprecedented study of every rabbi in the Talmud.

The reader will find concise entries on every rabbinic personality mentioned in the Talmud, major and minor alike, and will discover such facts as their dates of birth, education, and occupation.

Talmud: G-d gave the Oral tradition to Moses who handed it down to generation to generation. When it was finally written down sometime in the second century, it was called the Mishnah. Commentary was later added to the Mishna and it was called Gemara.

We use the Babylonian Talmud today (mostly) and Mishnah and Gemara equal the Talmud. Talmud, Eruvin b “Rabbi Yochanan observed: If the Torah had not been given, we could have learned modesty from the cat, honesty from the ant, chastity from the dove, and good manners from the rooster, who first coaxes and then mates.” Talmud, Ketubot 48a “There must be close bodily contact during sex.

This exceptional work, with entries from Rav Abba to Rav Zutra, is an unprecedented study of every rabbi in the Talmud. The reader will find concise entries on every rabbinic personality mentioned in the Talmud, major and minor alike, and will discover such facts as their dates of birth, education, and occupation.

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The Talmud is a Jewish literary collection of teachings, laws, and interpretations based on the Old Testament Torah. It has two parts, the Mishnah and that Gemara. The Mishnah, written in Hebrew, is the literary form of the Jewish oral tradition that many Jews considered to be equal to the Old Testament Scripture.

The Complete Talmud in English. Here are the first eleven tractates of the Jewish Mishnah our first part of the Jerusalem Talmud, the SEDER ZERAI’M. This section of the Mishnah was written by the rabbis to inform all Jews what must be done to fulfill their biblical obligations of prayer and commandments about food.

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Lilith is mentioned four times in the Babylonian Talmud, but it is not until the Alphabet of Ben Sira (c. s to s) that the character of Lilith is associated with the first version of Creation.

In this medieval text, Ben Sira names Lilith as Adam’s first wife and presents a full account of her : Ariela Pelaia. According to the Talmud, Judah's confession of guilt itself atoned for some of his prior faults, and resulted in his being divinely rewarded by a share in the future world.

The Talmud also suggests that Tamar's actions were for the purpose of avoiding Judah's humiliation, although the Genesis Rabbah portrays her as boastful and unashamed in regard to the pregnancy itself. The Talmud is one of the most important holy books of the Hebrew religion and of the world.

No English translation of the book existed until the author presented this work. To this day, very little of the actual text seems available in English -- although we find many interpretive commentaries on what it is supposed to mean.

The Talmud has a reputation for being long and difficult to 1/5(1). Talmud (literally, “study”) is the generic term for the documents that comment and expand upon the Mishnah (“repeating”), the first work of rabbinic law, published around the year CE by Rabbi Judah the Patriarch in the land of Israel.

About the Talmud. Although Talmud is largely about law, it should not be confused with either codes of law or with a commentary on the legal. Reprinted with permission from Back to the Sources: Reading the Classic Jewish Texts, published by Simon & Schuster.

Jews have studied the Talmud for a great variety of reasons. Many of these can be labeled practical. Of these “practical” reasons, one has already been discussed at some length [in the book Back to the Sources]—the Talmud has been studied in order to Author: Robert Goldenberg.

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Babylonian Talmud VOL I-X in English is a massive work spanning pages in total. This English translation was finished and published in and remains the authoritative version of The Talmud Bavli.

It consists of documents compiled over the period of Late Antiquity (3rd to 5th centuries) and it reached its final form in the 7th century. Recently, a reader asked me to explain who King Lemuel was.

Lemuel is an enigmatic figure that appears twice in the Old Testament. His name appears in Proverbs and However, in Proverbs his name appears as Lemoel in Hebrew. Because King Lemuel is not listed among the kings of Judah and Israel. The Talmud preserves a variety of views on every issue and does not always clearly identify which view is the accepted one.

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