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Jewish Babylonian Talmud – Tract Sanhedrin–Rules and regulations concerning a stubborn and rebellious son, at what age and what has he to do to be charged as such…

p. 201 CHAPTER VIII. RULES AND REGULATIONS CONCERNING A STUBBORN AND REBELLIOUS SON. AT WHAT AGE AND WHAT HAS HE TO DO TO BE CHARGED AS SUCH? HOW IS IT IF e.g., HIS FATHER CONDEMNS HIM, BUT NOT HIS MOTHER, OR vice versa. IF ONE OF HIS PARENTS WERE LAME OR BLIND, ETC. IF HE RUNS AWAY

Jewish Babylonian Talmud – Tract Yomah–Regulations concerning the he-goats of the Day of Atonement and the sending to the desert, and the confession threat.

p. 87 CHAPTER VI. REGULATIONS CONCERNING THE HE-GOATS OF THE DAY OF ATONEMENT AND THE SENDING TO THE DESERT, AND THE CONFESSION THEREAT. MISHNA: It is a merit that the two he-goats for the Day of Atonement should be equal in color, stature, and price, and both (bought) at the same time; but if they are not equal,

Jewish Babylonian Talmud – Tract Baba Kama (The First Gate) – Rules concerning placing vessels on public ground, injuries caused by pedestrians to each other and their loads…

p. 57 CHAPTER III. RULES CONCERNING PLACING VESSELS ON PUBLIC GROUND. INJURIES CAUSED BY PEDESTRIANS TO EACH OTHER WITH THEIR LOADS. THE VICIOUS AND NON- VICIOUS OXEN--IF THEY HAVE DONE INJURY TO EACH OTHER OR TO HUMAN BEINGS, ETC. MISHNA I.: If one places a jug on a public ground and another person stumbles over it and breaks

Jewish Babylonian Talmud – Tract Baba Kama (The First Gate) – Rules in regard to oxen repeatedly goring other oxen and human beings, oxen of orphans and guardians and what is considered guarded.

p. 82 CHAPTER IV. RULES IN REGARD TO OXEN REPEATEDLY GORING OTHER OXEN AND HUMAN BEINGS. OXEN OF ORPHANS AND GUARDIANS AND WHAT IS CONSIDERED "GUARDED." MISHNA I.: An ox that gores four or five oxen one after another, the last of them must be paid from the body of the goring ox (if he was yet considered

Jewish Babylonian Talmud – Tract Baba Kama (The First Gate) – Rules concerning a goring ox, excavations on public and private premises, excavations made by partners, etc.

p. 106 CHAPTER V. RULES CONCERNING A GORING OX; EXCAVATIONS ON PUBLIC AND PRIVATE PREMISES; EXCAVATIONS MADE BY PARTNERS, ETC. MISHNA I.: Should an ox gore a cow and the new-born calf be found dead at her side, and it be not known whether she gave birth to it before the goring or by reason of the goring,

Jewish Babylonian Talmud – Tract Baba Kama (The First Gate) – Regulations concerning the guarding of animals against doing damage, concerning starting of fire…

p. 131 CHAPTER VI. REGULATIONS CONCERNING THE GUARDING OF ANIMALS AGAINST DOING DAMAGE. CONCERNING THE STARTING OF FIRE; IF IT PASSES OVER A WALL. FOR WHAT DISTANCES PASSED BY A FIRE IF THE ONE WHO STARTED IT LIABLE? MISHNA I.: If one drive his sheep into a sheep-cot and properly bolt the gate, but still they manage to

Jewish Babylonian Talmud – Tract Baba Kama (The First Gate) – Rules and regulations concerning the payment of couble, and four and five collusive witnesses, the raising of young cattle in Palestine, etc.

p. 149 CHAPTER VII. RULES AND REGULATIONS CONCERNING THE PAYMENT OF DOUBLE, AND FOUR AND FIVE COLLUSIVE WITNESSES; THE RAISING OF YOUNG CATTLE IN PALESTINE, ETC. MISHNA. I: The payment of double (in cases of larceny) is more rigorous than the payment of four and five fold; for the former is applicable to animate as well as to

Jewish Babylonian Talmud – Tract Baba Kama (The First Gate) – The five items of payment in case of injury to a human being, independently of the criminal liability, the liability for assault if no injury.

p. 182 CHAPTER VIII. THE FIVE ITEMS OF PAYMENT IN CASE OF INJURY TO A HUMAN BEING, INDEPENDENTLY OF THE CRIMINAL LIABILITY. THE LIABILITY FOR ASSAULT WHEN NO INJURY IS SUSTAINED. MISHNA I.: One who wounds his neighbor is liable to pay the following five things, viz.: damage, pain, healing, loss of time, and disgrace. "Damage."--If he blinds

Jewish Babylonian Talmud – Tract Baba Kama (The First Gate) – Synopsis

NEW EDITION OF THE BABYLONIAN TALMUD BY DR. MICHAEL L. RODKINSON SECTION MOED (FESTIVALS) COMPLETE, consisting of the following volumes: Vol. I. TRACT SABBATH, first ten chapters, pp. xxxv + 188. Vol. II. TRACT SABBATH (continued), fourteen chapters, pp. xxxvi-xlvii + 189-390- Vol. III. TRACT ERUBIN, pp. xvi + 252. Vol. IV. TRACTS SHEKALIM AND ROSH HASHANA, Hebrew and English, pp. xliv; English,

Jewish Babylonian Talmud – History of the Talmud, footnotes, and additional explanations.

The Babylonian Talmud Translated by MICHAEL L. RODKINSON Book 10 (Vols. I and II) 1918 The History of the Talmud Volume I. Volume II. Volume I: History of the Talmud Title Page Preface Contents of Volume I. Introduction Chapter I: Origin of the Talmud Chapter II: Development of the Talmud in the First Century Chapter III: Persecution of the Talmud from the destruction of the Temple