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Severe presentation of the entire facts referring to Jewish heritage, associations, and literature from one hundred seventy five BC to advert a hundred thirty five; with up to date bibliographies.

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Horowitz, Jeruschalmi, der paldstinische Talmud Sukkah, die Festhiitte, Ubersetzt und interpretiert (1963). A. W . Greenup, A translation of the treatise Ta'anith {on the general public Fasts) from the Palestinian Talmud (1918). C. Horowitz, Jeruschalmi, der paldst. Talmud Nedarim {GelUbde); Ubersetzt und interpretiert (1957). S. Lieberman, ]''*lD"'p mitt'?!!. The Talmud of Caesarea. Jerushalmi tractate Nezikin, Suppl. Tarbiz 2 (1931). The Talmud of Caesarea (1968). four. The Babylonian Talmud (a) versions: On those see, W. Bacher, J E X I I , pp. 7, 23; Strack, p p . 83-86; E. N. Adler, 'The Talmud MSS and Editions', Essays in honour of J. H. Hertz ( 1 nine ^ ) , pp. 1 five - 1 7 ; R. N. Rabinowitz, noDnn MnVin ,'rXi\>T\r\ noBin na^«3 T&Trin (1952). the main worthy variation is Vilna (1880-6), I - X X , containing the entire significant commentaries. Cf. additionally L. Goldschmidt, Der Babylonische Talmud . . . hrsg. . . . nach der Bombergschen Ausgabe . . . nebst Varianten . . . Ubersetzt und mit kurzen Anmerkungen versehen I - I X (1897-1935). The Baraitot were edited by way of M. Higger, mi^^nrin ISIK I - X (1938). (b) Commentaries: at the conventional commentators, of whom Rashi is an important, see Strack, pp. 1 four nine - five nine ; M. Richtmann, J E X I I , pp. 2 7 - three zero . Cf. J . Leveen, 'A digest of commentaries on t h e Babylonian Talmud', British Museum Quarterly 7 (1933), pp. 7 6 - 7 . For a pattern of contemporary observation see Z. W. Rabinowitz, 7 l i l nilH "'1S? t2? (Notes and reviews at the Babylonian Talmud), ed. Melamed (1961). (c) Translations: M. L . Rodkinson and that i . M. clever, a brand new variation of the Babylonian Talmud. unique textual content, edited, corrected, formulated and translated into English I - X X (^igiS). I. Epstein (ed. ). The Babylonian Talmud, trans, into English with notes, thesaurus and indices, I - X X X I V and Index, Soncino Press (1935-52). The Soncino Press has additionally started ( i nine 6 zero - ) a Hebrew and English variation with the above translation and the Hebrew textual content of Vilna 1880-6 on dealing with pages. Cf. additionally M. Rawicz, Der Traktat Megilla nebst Tosafot vollstdnding ins Deutsche iibertragen (1883); additionally Rosh ha-Shanah (1886); Sanhedrin (1892); Kethuboth (1898-1900); Hullin (1908). §3- resources: Rabbinic Literature eighty five (d) unmarried tractates, following t h e order of t h e Talmud: A. Cohen, The Babylonian Talmud: Tractate Berakot trans, into English . . . with creation, remark and so forth. (1921). W. H. Lowe, The fragment of the Talmud Babli Pesahim . . . within the college Library, Cambridge, ed. , with notes (1897). A. W . Streane, A translation of the treatise Chagigah from the Babylonian Talmud, with advent, notes, word list and indices (1891). H. Malter, The treatise Ta'anit of the Babylonian Talmud, seriously edited at the foundation of MSS and previous variants and supplied with a transl. and notes (1928). S. Loewinger, 'Gaonic interpretations of the tractates Gittin and Qiddushin', HUCA 23 ( 1 nine five zero - five 1 ) , pp. four 7 five - nine eight . M. S. Feldblum, Tractate Gittin. The Vilna textual content annotated with version readings (1966) (Hebrew). L. Goldschmidt, Der Traktat Nezikin . . . aus dem babylonischen Talmud .

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