By Adin Even-Israel Steinsaltz
Rabbi Adin Even-Israel Steinsaltz’s Reference consultant to the Talmud is the unique Talmud examine reduction. An vital source for college kids of all degrees, this totally revised, English-language variation of the Reference advisor sincerely and concisely explains the Talmud’s basic constitution, recommendations, terminology, assumptions, and internal common sense; presents crucial old and biographical details; and contains appendixes, a key to abbreviations, and a accomplished index.
For enhanced usability, this thoroughly up to date quantity has a couple of new positive factors: topical association rather than via Hebrew alphabet, re-edited and revised textual content to coordinate with the language utilized in the Koren Talmud Bavli, an index of Hebrew phrases to let one looking a Hebrew time period to find the suitable access. a great significant other for an individual learning any version of the Talmud.
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Reference Guide to the Talmud: The Indispensable Talmud Study Aid (2nd Edition) by Adin Even-Israel Steinsaltz