Ein Yaakov

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Ein Yaakov
by Yaakov ibn Habib, translated by Shmuel Tzvi-Hirsch Glick
Ein Yaakov is the only work of Rabbi Yaakov ibn Habib, who sadly passed away before completing it. His son, Rabbi Levi ibn Habib completed this great work of his father. It is a compilation of the Aggadic parts of Talmud Bavli (the Babylonian Talmud). Rabbi Glick published his English translation in 1916 (Vol. 1), 1919 (Vol. 2) and 1921 (Vols. 3, 4 and 5). Note: Rabbi Glick's translation does not always clearly identify folios. All 5 Volumes, including both Hebrew and English texts are available in PDF through the English Books section of Hebrewbooks.org.
  • VOLUME I :
    • Editor's Preface
    • Introduction to the Aggadah by Abraham ben Maimonides
    • Tractates:
      • Berachoth
      • Sabbath
      • Erubin
  • VOLUME II :
    • Tractates:
      • Pesachim
      • Yoma
      • Succah
      • Betza
      • Rosh Hashanah
      • Taanith
      • Megilla
      • Moed Kattan
  • VOLUME III:
    • Tractates:
      • Hagigah,
      • Yebamoth
      • Kethuboth
      • Nedarim
      • Nazir
      • Gittin
      • Sota
  • VOLUME IV:
    • Tractates:
      • Kiddushin
      • Baba Kamma
      • Baba Metzia
      • Baba Bathra
      • Sanhedrin (Chapters 1 thru 10)
  • VOLUME V :
    • Tractates:
      • Sanhedrin (cont'd from Chapter 11)
      • Maccoth
      • Shebuoth
      • Ediyoth
      • Aboda Zara
      • Horioth
      • Zebachim
      • Menachoth
      • Chulin
This work is in the public domain in the United States because it was published before January 1, 1923. It may be copyrighted outside the U.S. (see Help:Public domain).