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The Encyclopedia Talmudit was founded in 1940 by Rabbi Meir Bar Ilan, Rabbi Yehoshua Huttner and Rabbi Yosef Zevin. It includes 27 volumes, and has become a standard reference work used in Yeshivot and institutions of Jewish learning and Libraries worldwide.
Edited and compiled by eminent rabbis and Talmudic scholars, The Encyclopedia Talmudit provides a comprehensive presentation of all Halachic subjects dealt with in the Talmud and in post-Talmudic Rabbinic literature, from the Gaonic Period down to the present day. The Encyclopedia is written in easy Hebrew and covers 2,000 years of scholarship, in a concise easy to read fashion.
The Encyclopedia Talmudit presents an overview of each topic, the sources, reasonings, and variations of opinion relevant to each subject, as they are found in the entire gamut of Jewish literature from its earliest periods down to the present time.
It presents the principles, concepts and terminology of Talmudic and Rabbinic literature, covering all subjects drawn from life and human conduct touched upon by the Halacha. With over 25,000 Indexed Entries and Hundreds of thousands of cross references the Encyclopedia is an essential reference work and an indispensable tool for Talmudic study.
The CD-ROM includes concise accurate information on all 613 Jewish Laws Customs and Rabbinic Edicts and covers 2000 years of Rabbinic Text edited to be easy to read and comprehend.
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