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Hagigah. A translation of the treatise Chagigah from the Babylonian Talmud

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,THEA TRANSLATION OF TREATISECHAGIGAHFROM THEBABYLONIAN TALMUD.ANDC. J. CLAY SONS,PRESS WAREHOUSE,CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITYMARIA LANE.AVECO.BELL, ANDDEIGHTON,v F. A. BROCKHAUS.V ILetpjts:CO.MACMILLAN ANDlorfc:TREATISEA TRANSLATION OF THECHAGIGAHFROM THEBABYLONIAN TALMUDWITH ANDINTRODUCTION, NOTES, GLOSSARY,INDICESBYTHE REV. A. W. M.A.STKEA^,AND DIVINITY AND HEBREW OF CORPUS CHRISTIFELLOW, LECTURER, COLLEGE,AND FORMERLY TYRWHITT S HEBREWCAMBRIDGE, SCHOLAR.CAMBRIDGE :AT THE UNIVERSITY PRESS.1891[All Rights reserved.]:CambridgePRINTED I5Y C. J. ANDM.A. SONS,CLAY,AT THE UNIVERSITY PRESS.-MAR 6 1954INTRODUCTION.1the of Deutsch s celebrated article a,publicationhavenumber of of the Talmudlarge fragmentary portionsin Such for are to be found inappeared English. exampleHershon s Talmudic his Treasures the1880,Miscellany, ofand his Genesis with a TalmudicTalmud, 1882, Commentary,1883. A considerable of the Mishnah has also beenportionin the treatise entitled Pirketranslated, Aboth,particular,or the Jewish Fathers. Numerous references toSayings ofDr C. s edition of that work with critical and illustraTaylor2tive notes will be found in the otherpages. Manyfollowinghave also been lessMishnic treatises more or translated;fully3the Rev. D. A. de Sola and the Rev. M. J.,e.g., by Raphall4so farthe Rev. . But noand, later, by Joseph Barclay person,as I am has hitherto undertaken to set Talmudicaware, anywith both Mishnah and in its ...
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, THEA TRANSLATION OF TREATISE CHAGIGAH FROM THE BABYLONIAN TALMUD. ANDC. J. CLAY SONS, PRESS WAREHOUSE,CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY MARIA LANE.AVE CO.BELL, ANDDEIGHTON, v F. A. BROCKHAUS.V ILetpjts: CO.MACMILLAN AND lorfc: TREATISEA TRANSLATION OF THE CHAGIGAH FROM THE BABYLONIAN TALMUD WITH ANDINTRODUCTION, NOTES, GLOSSARY, INDICES BY THE REV. A. W. M.A.STKEA^, AND DIVINITY AND HEBREW OF CORPUS CHRISTIFELLOW, LECTURER, COLLEGE, AND FORMERLY TYRWHITT S HEBREWCAMBRIDGE, SCHOLAR. CAMBRIDGE : AT THE UNIVERSITY PRESS. 1891 [All Rights reserved.] :Cambridge PRINTED I5Y C. J. ANDM.A. SONS,CLAY, AT THE UNIVERSITY PRESS. -MAR 6 1954 INTRODUCTION. 1 the of Deutsch s celebrated article a,publication havenumber of of the Talmudlarge fragmentary portions in Such for are to be found in appeared English. example Hershon s Talmudic his Treasures the1880,Miscellany, of and his Genesis with a TalmudicTalmud, 1882, Commentary, 1883. A considerable of the Mishnah has also beenportion in the treatise entitled Pirketranslated, Aboth,particular, or the Jewish Fathers. Numerous references toSayings of Dr C. s edition of that work with critical and illustra Taylor 2 tive notes will be found in the otherpages. Manyfollowing have also been lessMishnic treatises more or translated ;fully 3 the Rev. D. A. de Sola and the Rev. M. J. , e.g., by Raphall 4 so farthe Rev. . But noand, later, by Joseph Barclay person, as I am has hitherto undertaken to set Talmudicaware, any with both Mishnah and in its beforetreatise, Gemara, entirety the I have ventured to think thatreader.English accordingly such a work as to what has beenthis, corresponding already 5 8 fordone Drs E. M. Chr. Ewald and othersPinner, German,by 1 The in the Oct. andTalmud, published Quarterly Review, 1867, reprinted in his 1874.Remains, London,Literary 3- 1843.1877. London,Cambridge, 4 1878.London, 5 s B Ewald s Abodah 2nd NuremPinner rakhoth, Berlin, 1842; Sarah, ed., 1868.berg, 6 SeeGerman translations of various treatises enumerated inDrH. L. Strack s denin Tlialmud, 69.Einleitung p. INTRODUCTION.vi 1 Moise Schwab" for FrenchLAbbe L. Chiarini and M.and by book unlikewithout interest. This then,not bereaders, might not of howwhich I firstthose to referred, consists, quotations, whole.but of a continuousever selected,appropriately this volume is tono one who likelyopensAlthough perhaps Henricuswith that erudite friar, Seynensis,"hold, Capucin 3 it be wellis not a book but a manthat the Talmud ," may nature of that oneas as the work,to sketch possiblebriefly in anow for the first timeof the treatises of which appears non-Hebrew dress. in addition to the "Books ofto Jewish belief,According therethe written Lawwhich formed Pnifi), Moses," (SrpinB? an oral Lawalso delivered to the Israelitish leaderwas (rnift 4 venerawhich was held the Jews in still j"J3 > by higher/SJ3$) 5 the was held to have beention . This oral likeLaw, written, allandtransmitted through subsequent generationsfaithfully form theand the twothe vicissitudes of Jewish togetherhistory, which the mainof all the discussion and ofbasis exposition, "Moses received the Torahsubstance of the Talmud consists. it to and Joshua to thefrom and delivered Joshua,Sinai, to theand the elders to the and theelders, prophets, prophets 6 "R. Simeon ben Lakishmen of the Great ." said,Synagogue is that which is I will thee tables ofWhat stone,written, give I haveand the and the commandment which written,law, xxiv. these are the Tento teach them Tables,(Ex. 12)? Words this is the and the commandment, ; law, Scripture ; Mishnah which I have these arethis is the ; written, Prophets 1 Le Talmud de traduit en et celuiBabylone, languc Frangaise, complete par B No more tode Vol. i. contains rakhoth.Jerusalem, Leipzic, 1831, appears have been published. 2 B 1871. Other treatises have followed.rakhoth, Paris, y Lit. 3.Deutsch, Bern., p. 4 "Not Lex Nonunlike the unwritten Greek the RomanPrrrpai, Scripta, ...or our own Common 18.Law," Deutsch, p. s See 47.p. 6 the Jewish Fathers i. 1.Sayings of (Pirke Aboth),