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A collection of Jewish texts in Hebrew, which embody thousands of years of Jewish learning. Covers Responsa Literature - rabbinic case-law rulings which represent the historical-sociological milieu of real-life situations; the Bible, the Talmud and their principal commentaries; works about Jewish law and customs; codes of Jewish law, such as Maimonides' Mishneh Torah and the Shulchan Aruch with its principal commentaries; midrashim, Zohar, etc. Also includes the Entsiḳlopedyah Talmudit.
Searchable database of "textual witnesses of tractates of the Babylonian Talmud including full manuscripts, first printed editions, Cairo Geniza fragments and the Vilna edition"--Accompanying material.
A representation of the Tabernacle or the Temple with seven-branched candelabrum, the ark of the law, and the cherubim in the center. The shew-bread is on the left. The hands below represent the priesthood with an incense-holder.
Interview with Professor Steven Fraade
Professor Steven Fraade, Chair of the Program in Judaic Studies, teaches Judaism in late antiquity. You can view an interview with him by clicking here.
This volume guides beginning students of rabbinic literature to the range of historical-interpretive and culture-critical issues that contemporary scholars use when studying the rabbinic texts of late antiquity.