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Classical Rabbinic

  • Mishnah: Berakhot 1:1–3:6; 9:5; Orlah 1:7; Shabbat 1:1–24:5; Sotah 7:1, 8; Kiddushin 1:7; Bava Kamma 5:7; Sanhedrin 2:4; Makkot 2:1–8; Avodah Zarah 1:1–5:12; Avot 3:8; Zevachim 8:10; Menachot 3:7; Tamid 5:1. Land of Israel, circa 200 CE. Reprinted in, e.g., The Mishnah: A New Translation. Translated by Jacob Neusner, 3–7, 14, 160, 179–208, 457, 459, 488, 515, 586, 612–16, 660–72, 679, 717, 739, 869. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1988. ISBN 0-300-05022-4.
  • Tosefta: Berakhot 1:1–3:1, 6:1; Maaser Sheni 5:28; Shekalim 2:2; Rosh Hashanah 2:13; Chagigah 2:7; Sotah 7:7, 17, 8:10; Bava Kamma 6:18, 7:9; Sanhedrin 4:7; Makkot 2:1–3:10; Avodah Zarah 1:16, 3:15; Zevachim 8:23. Land of Israel, circa 300 CE. Reprinted in, e.g., The Tosefta: Translated from the Hebrew, with a New Introduction. Translated by Jacob Neusner. Peabody, Mass.: Hendrickson Pub., 2002. ISBN 1-56563-642-2.
  • Sifre to Deuteronomy 26:1–36:4. Reprinted in, e.g., Jacob Neusner. Sifre to Deuteronomy, 69–104. Atlanta: Scholars Press, 1987. Land of Israel, circa 250–350 CE. Reprinted in, e.g., Sifre to Deuteronomy: An Analytical Translation. Translated by Jacob Neusner, 1:67–104. Atlanta: Scholars Press, 1987. ISBN 1-55540-145-7.
  • Jerusalem Talmud: Berakhot 1a–42b, 53a, 54a, 72b, 86b–88a, 92b, 93b; Peah 6b–7a; Sheviit 46b; Terumot 7a; Shabbat 1a–;Pesachim 84b; Yoma 5b, 9a; Megillah 8a, 14a, 15b, 22a, 25a, 33b; Makkot ch. 2; Avodah Zarah 1a–. Land of Israel, circa 400 CE. Reprinted in, e.g., Talmud Yerushalmi. Edited by Chaim Malinowitz, Yisroel Simcha Schorr, and Mordechai Marcus, vols. 1–3, 6b–7, 19, 21, 26. Brooklyn: Mesorah Publications, 2005–2012.
  • Babylonian Talmud: Berakhot 2a–6a, 30b, 32a–b, 48b, 54a, 61b; Shabbat 9b, 10b, 32b, 33b, 51b, 56b, 75a, 78b, 79b, 87a–b, 103b, 132a; Eruvin 13a, 22a, 48a, 92b, 95b; Pesachim 22b, 25a, 55a, 56a; Yoma 10a, 11a, 19b, 33b, 72b, 82a, 86a; Sukkah 3a–b, 10b, 25a–b, 41b–42a, 53b; Beitzah 5a; Rosh Hashanah 18a–b, 27a, 28b, 32b; Taanit 9a; Megillah 9a–b, 11a, 17b, 20a, 21a, 24b, 31b; Moed Katan 7b, 15a–b, 18b, 21b; Chagigah 3a, 9b, 11b–12a; Yevamot 6b, 17a, 23a, 48b, 49b, 62a, 76a, 78b, 105a, 109b; Ketubot 111b; Nedarim 8a, 37a, 38a, 62b; Sotah 5a, 10b, 13b, 31a, 32b, 49a; Gittin 12a, 45b, 56b, 57b, 88a; Kiddushin 29a–30b, 34a, 39b–40a, 57a, 58a, 68b; Bava Kamma 41b, 54b–55a, 67b, 79b, 87a, 92b, 102b; Bava Metzia 16b, 35a, 89a, 108a; Bava Batra 110a; Sanhedrin 4b, 17a, 21b–22a, 29a, 38a–b, 56a–57a, 59b, 64a, 67b, 74a; Makkot 9b–10a, 11b, 12b–13a; Shevuot 20b, 36a; Avodah Zarah 2b–3a, 4b–5a, 7b, 11a, 20a, 23b, 25a, 36b, 45b, 54b, 58b; Zevachim 19a, 37b, 80a; Menachot 28a, 31b–37b, 42b, 43b–44a, 53b, 71a, 99b; Chullin 7b, 17a, 23a, 89a, 91b, 119b, 141a, 142a; Bekhorot 29a, 57a; Arakhin 3b; Temurah 3b–4a, 28b. Babylonia, 6th century. Reprinted in, e.g., Talmud Bavli. Edited by Yisroel Simcha Schorr, Chaim Malinowitz, and Mordechai Marcus, 72 vols. Brooklyn: Mesorah Pubs., 2006.
  • Deuteronomy Rabbah 2:1–37. Land of Israel, 9th century. Reprinted in, e.g., Midrash Rabbah: Deuteronomy. Translated by H. Freedman and Maurice Simon. London: Soncino Press, 1939. ISBN 0-900689-38-2.

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