Talmud (Rodkinson)/Book 3

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Tract Pesachim[edit]

  1. Synopsis of Subjects
  2. Chapter I: Concerning the Removal of Leaven from the House
  3. Chapter II: Time for Eating Unleavened Bread and Material Used for Making Unleavened Bread and Bitter Herbs
  4. Chapter III: Regulations Concerning Articles Which Cause Transgression of the Law Prohibiting Leaven to be Seen or Found in the House of an Israelite
  5. Chapter IV: Regulations Concerning Work Which May and Must not be Performed on the Day Before Passover
  6. Chapter V: Regulations Concerning the Sacrifice of the Paschal Lamb
  7. Chapter VI: Regulations Concerning Acts Which Supersede the Due Observance of the Sabbath; The Paschal Offering; What if One Sacrifice is Confounded with Another
  8. Chapter VII: Roasting the Paschal Lamb; If the Paschal Lamb Becomes Defiled; Parts of Lamb Eaten
  9. Chapter VIII: Those Obligated to Eat the Paschal Sacrifice; Where It May Be Eaten; Companies Appointed to Eat It; Difference Between First and Second Passover
  10. Chapter IX: The Second Passover; Passover during Exodus; Mixed Paschal Sacrifices
  11. Chapter X: The Meal on the Eve of Passover and the Four Cups of Wine

Tract Yomah[edit]

  1. Preface to Tract Yomah
  2. Synopsis of Subjects
  3. Chapter I: The Preparations of the High Priest
  4. Chapter II: The Lots Priests Drew, Which Priests Should go to the Altar, How Many Priests Needed for Each Sacrifice
  5. Chapter III: Time of the Daily Offering; Entry of a Layman into the Temple Court; Order of High-Priests' Service on Day of Atonement
  6. Chapter IV: The Two Goats
  7. Chapter V: Remaining Services of the High-Priest
  8. Chapter VI: Regulations Concerning the He-Goats of the Day of Atonement And the Sending to the Desert, And the Confession Thereat
  9. Chapter VII: The Passages Read by the High-Priest and his Garments
  10. Chapter VIII: Regulations Concerning Fasting on the Day of Atonement; What May Be Done Thereon, And What May Not Be Done

Tract Hagiga[edit]

  1. Introduction to Tract Hagiga
  2. Synopsis of Subjects
  3. Chapter I: Regulations Concerning the Holocaust, and the Appointed Time for the Peace-Offering
  4. Chapter II: Regulations Concerning Public Lectures: Which Are And Which Are Not Allowed
  5. Chapter III: In What Cases Sacred Things Are More Rigorous Than Heave-Offerings, And Vice Versa