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The Jewish Babylonian Talmud – Section Moed – Tract Sabbath – Regulations concerning weaving, tearing, hunting, etc. on the Sabbath.

p. 213 CHAPTER XIII. REGULATIONS CONCERNING WEAVING, TEARING, HUNTING, ETC., ON THE SABBATH. MISHNA: R. Eliezer said: One who weaves (on the Sabbath) is culpable, as soon as he has woven three threads at the beginning of the web, and with a web already begun the addition of one thread…
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The Jewish Babylonian Talmud – Section Moed – Tract Sabbath – Regulations concerning building, ploughing, etc. on the Sabbath.

p. 204 CHAPTER XII. REGULATIONS CONCERNING BUILDING, PLOUGHING, ETC., ON THE SABBATH. MISHNA: (Among the forty, less one, principal acts of labor, building was enumerated.) What is the least amount of building which will make a man culpable? The least possible amount. The same applies to stone-masonry, smoothing with a…
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The Jewish Babylonian Talmud – Section Moed – Tract Sabbath – Regulations concerning throwing from one ground into another.

p. 189 TRACT SABBATH. CHAPTER XI. REGULATIONS CONCERNING THROWING FROM ONE GROUND INTO ANOTHER. MISHNA: One who throws a thing from private into public or from public into private ground is culpable. From private into private ground, by way of public ground, R. Aqiba holds him to be culpable, but…
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The Jewish Babylonian Talmud – Section Moed – Tract Sabbath – Synopsis of subjects of Volume II of the Tract Sabbath

SYNOPSIS OF SUBJECTS OF VOLUME SABBATH, xli CHAPTER XI. REGULATIONS CONCERNING THROWING FROM ONE GROUND INTO ANOTHER, 189 CHAPTER XII. REGULATIONS CONCERNING BUILDING, PLOUGHING, ETC., ON THE SABBATH, 204 CHAPTER XIII. REGULATIONS CONCERNING WEAVING, TEARING, HUNTING, ETC., ON THE SABBATH, 213 CHAPTER XIV. REGULATIONS CONCERNING THE CATCHING OF REPTILES, ANIMALS…
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The Jewish Babylonian Talmud – Section Moed – Tract Sabbath – Further regulations concerning the prescribed quantity of things to be stored.

p. 171 CHAPTER X. FURTHER REGULATIONS CONCERNING THE PRESCRIBED QUANTITY OF THINGS TO BE STORED. MISHNA I.: One who had stored anything for planting, sampling, or medicinal purposes (before the Sabbath) and carried some of it out (into public ground) on the Sabbath, be it ever so small a quantity,…
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The Jewish Babylonian Talmud – Section Moed – Tract Sabbath – Rabbi Aqiba’s regulations on different subjects.

p. 154 CHAPTER IX. RABBI AQIBA'S REGULATIONS ON DIFFERENT SUBJECTS. MISHNA I.: R. Aqiba said: Whence do we deduce that one who carries an idol is as unclean (ritually) as a woman suffering from menstruation? From the passage : "Thou wilt cast them away as a filthy thing. 1 'Get…
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The Jewish Babylonian Talmud – Section Moed – Tract Sabbath – Regulations concerning the prescribed quantities of victuals and beverages which must not be carried about on the Sabbath.

p. 143 CHAPTER VIII. REGULATIONS CONCERNING THE PRESCRIBED QUANTITIES OF VICTUALS AND BEVERAGES WHICH MUST NOT BE CARRIED ABOUT ON THE SABBATH. MISHNA I.: The prescribed quantities (of victuals and beverages) prohibited to be carried about on the Sabbath (are as follows): Sufficient wine in a goblet, which with the…
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The Jewish Babylonian Talmud – Section Moed – Tract Sabbath – The general rule concerning the principal acts of labor on Sabbath.

p. 127 CHAPTER VII. THE GENERAL RULE CONCERNING THE PRINCIPAL ACTS OF LABOR ON SABBATH. MISHNA I.: A general rule was laid down respecting the Sabbath. One who has entirely forgotten the principle of (keeping) the Sabbath and performed many kinds of work on many Sabbath days, is liable to…
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The Jewish Babylonian Talmud – Section Moed – Tract Sabbath – Regulations concerning what garments women may go out with on the Sabbath.

p. 107 CHAPTER VI. REGULATIONS CONCERNING WHAT GARMENTS (SERVING AS ORNAMENTS) WOMEN MAY GO OUT WITH ON THE SABBATH. MISHNA I.: In what (ornamental) apparel may a woman go out, and in what may she not go out? A woman is not allowed to go out (even in private ground)…
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The Jewish Babylonian Talmud – Section Moed – Tract Sabbath – Regulations concerning what may and may not be worn by animals on the Sabbath.

p. 91 CHAPTER V. REGULATIONS CONCERNING WHAT MAY AND MAY NOT BE WORN BY ANIMALS ON THE SABBATH. MISHNA I.: What gear may we let animals go about in and what not? 1 The male camel in a bridle; the female cannel with a nose-ring; Lybian asses in a halter,…
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