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Pinchas (parsha) - In Classical Rabbinic Interpretation - Numbers Chapter 29
... Tractate Rosh Hashanah in the Mishnah, Tosefta, Jerusalem Talmud, and Babylonian Talmud interpreted the laws of Rosh Hashanah in Leviticus 2323–25 and Numbers 291–6 ... Tractate Yoma in the Mishnah, Tosefta, Jerusalem Talmud, and Babylonian Talmud interpreted the laws of Yom Kippur in Leviticus 16 and 2326–32 and Numbers 297–11 ... Tractate Sukkah in the Mishnah, Tosefta, Jerusalem Talmud, and Babylonian Talmud interpreted the laws of Sukkot in Exodus 3422 ... Leviticus 2333–43 Numbers 2912–34 and ...
Emor - In Classical Rabbinic Interpretation - Leviticus Chapter 23
... Mishnah Shabbat 11–245 Tosefta Shabbat 11–1729 Jerusalem Talmud Shabbat 1a– Babylonian Talmud Shabbat 2a–157b.) The Mishnah taught that every ... Mishnah Beitzah 52 Babylonian Talmud Beitzah 36b see also Mishnah Megillah 15 Babylonian Talmud Megillah 7b.) And the Sifra taught that mention of the ... Sifra 22821.) Tractate Beitzah in the Mishnah, Tosefta, Jerusalem Talmud, and Babylonian Talmud interpreted the laws common to all of the Festivals in ...
Chukat - In Classical Rabbinic Interpretation - Numbers Chapter 21
... Babylonian Talmud Rosh Hashanah 3a.) The Mishnah taught that the brass serpent of Numbers 218–9 effected its miraculous cure because when the Israelites directed their ... Mishnah Rosh Hashanah 38 Babylonian Talmud Rosh Hashanah 29a.) A Midrash interpreted the Israelites’ encounter with Sihon in Numbers 2121–31 and ... The Midrash interpreted Psalm 13511, which says, “Sihon king of the Amorites, and Og king of Bashan, and all the kingdoms of Canaan,” to teach that Sihon and Og ...

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