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Jewish Babylonian Talmud – Tract Pesachim – Regulations concerning those obligated to eat the Paschal sacrifice, where it may be eaten, companies appointed to eat it…

p. 173 CHAPTER VIII. REGULATIONS CONCERNING THOSE OBLIGATED TO EAT THE PASCHAL SACRIFICE--WHERE IT MAY BE EATEN--COMPANIES APPOINTED TO EAT IT, AND THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE FIRST AND SECOND PASSOVER. MISHNA: If a paschal sacrifice had been slaughtered for a woman living in her husband's house, by her husband, and…
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Jewish Babylonian Talmud – Tract Pesachim – Regulations concerning the roasting of the Paschal Lamb, the manner of procedure if the lamb becomes defile, which parts are eaten.

p. 143 CHAPTER VII. REGULATIONS CONCERNING THE ROASTING OF THE PASCHAL LAMB--THE MANNER OF PROCEDURE IF THE PASCHAL LAMB BECOME DEFILED--WHICH PARTS OF THE LAMB ARE EATEN. MISHNA: How should the paschal lamb be roasted? A spit made of the wood of the pomegranate-tree should be taken, put in at…
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Jewish Babylonian Talmud – Tract Pesachim – Regulations concerning acts which supersede the due observance of the Sabbath…

p. 125 CHAPTER VI. REGULATIONS CONCERNING ACTS WHICH SUPERSEDE THE DUE OBSERVANCE OF THE SABBATH--THE SACRIFICE OF THE PASCHAL OFFERING--WHAT IS TO BE DONE IF ONE SACRIFICE IS CONFOUNDED WITH ANOTHER. MISHNA: The following acts necessary for the sacrifice of the paschal offering supersede the due observance of the Sabbath,…
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Jewish Babylonian Talmud – Tract Pesachim – Regulations concerning the sacrifice of the Paschal Lamb.

p. 106 CHAPTER V. REGULATIONS CONCERNING THE SACRIFICE OF THE PASCHAL LAMB. MISHNA: The continual (daily) offering 1 was slaughtered half an hour 2 after the eighth hour, and sacrificed half an hour after the ninth hour; but on the day before Passover, whether that day happened to be a…
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Jewish Babylonian Talmud – Tract Pesachim – Regulations concerning work which may and such as must not be performed on the day preceding the Festival of Passover.

p. 84 CHAPTER IV. REGULATIONS CONCERNING WORK WHICH MAY AND SUCH AS MUST NOT BE PERFORMED ON THE DAY PRECEDING THE FESTIVAL OF PASSOVER. MISHNA: In places where it is customary to work till noon on the day preceding the Passover, work may be done; but not in places where…
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Jewish Babylonian Talmud – Tract Pesachim – Regulations concerning articles which cause transgression of the law prohibiting leaven to be seen or found in the house of an Israelite.

p. 68 CHAPTER III. REGULATIONS CONCERNING ARTICLES WHICH CAUSE TRANSGRESSION OF THE LAW PROHIBITING LEAVEN TO BE SEEN OR FOUND IN THE HOUSE OF AN ISRAELITE. MISHNA: The law (prohibiting leaven to be seen or found in the house) on Passover is transgressed by the following articles: Babylonian Kuthach, 1…
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Jewish Babylonian Talmud – Tract Pesachim – Regulations concerning the time for eating leavened bread on the eve of Passover–material used for making unleavened bread and bitter herbs.

p. 30 CHAPTER II. REGULATIONS CONCERNING THE TIME FOR EATING LEAVENED BREAD ON THE EVE OF PASSOVER--MATERIAL USED FOR MAKING UNLEAVENED BREAD AND BITTER HERBS. MISHNA: As long as it is lawful to eat leavened bread, one may also give it to his domestic or wild animals or to fowls;…
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Jewish Babylonian Talmud – Tract Pesachim – Regulations concerning the removal of leaven from the house on the eve of Passover and the exact time when this must be accomplished.

p. 1 TRACT PESACHIM (PASSOVER). CHAPTER I. REGULATIONS CONCERNING THE REMOVAL OF LEAVEN FROM THE HOUSE ON THE EVE OF PASSOVER AND THE EXACT TIME WHEN THIS MUST BE ACCOMPLISHED. MISHNA "Or" (by light) on the fourteenth (of Nissan), search should be made for leavened bread by the light of…
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Jewish Babylonian Talmud – Tract Pesachim – Synopsis

The Babylonian Talmud Translated by MICHAEL L. RODKINSON Section Moed (Festivals) Tracts Pesachim (Passover), Yomah (Day of Atonement) and Hagiga (Holocaust) Book 3: Volumes V. and VI. 1918 Tract Pesachim (Passover) Title Page Explanatory Remarks Dedication Contents Synopsis of Subjects Chapter I. Concerning the Removal of Leaven from the House…
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Jewish Babylonian Talmud – Tracts Baba Bathra – How deeds should be written and where the witnesses should sign…

p. 358 CHAPTER X. HOW DEEDS SHOULD BE WRITTEN AND WHERE THE WITNESSES SHOULD SIGN. CONCERNING ERASURES OF SOME WORDS IN DEEDS. IN WHICH CASES BOTH PARTIES MUST BE PRESENT AT THE WRITING OF THE DEEDS, AND IN WHICH ONE OF THEM SUFFICES. CONCERNING A DEPOSITED DEED WHICH WAS PAID…
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