Michael Levi Rodkinson.

New edition of the Babylonian Talmud. Original text edited, corrected, formulated, and translated into English (Volume 4) online

. (page 13 of 15)
Online LibraryMichael Levi RodkinsonNew edition of the Babylonian Talmud. Original text edited, corrected, formulated, and translated into English (Volume 4) → online text (page 13 of 15)
Font size
QR-code for this ebook

"NEW YEAR." 71

duties may be told also : Go and sound ! but not a child not yet
initiated ; however, we do not prevent him.

MISHNA : The order of sounding the cornet is three times
three. The length of a Teqia is equal to that of three Teruoth,
and that of each Terua as three moans (Yababhoth). If a per-
son sounded a Teqia and prolonged it equal to two, it is only
reckoned as one Teqia.* He who has just finished reading the
benedictions (in the additional service for the New Year) and only
at that time obtained a cornet, should then blow on the cornet
the three sounds three times. As the Reader of the congregation
is in duty bound (to sound the cornet) so too is each individual; R.
Gamaliel, however, said the Reader can act for the congregation.

GEMARA : But have we learned in a Boraitha, that the
length of a Teqia is the same as that of a Terua ? Said Abayi :
The Tana of our Mishna speaks of the three series, and means that
the length of all the Teqioth is the same as that of all the Teruoth.
But the Tana of the Boraitha speaks of only one series and says
that one Teqia is equal to one Terua (which is the same thing).

"Each Terua is {as long as) three moans." But we have
learned in a Boraitha, a Terua is as long as three broken (staccato)
tones (Shebarim). Said Abayi : About this they do indeed
differ, for it is written [Numb. xxix. i], " It is a day of blowing
the cornet," which in the (Aramaic) translation of the Pentateuch
is, " It is a day of sounding the alarm (Yababa). Now it is writ-
ten concerning the mother of Sisera [Judg. v. 28], " The mother
of Sisera .... moaned " (Vat'yabeb) ; this word, one explains
to mean a protracted groan, and another to mean a short wail.

The Rabbis taught : Whence do we know (that one must
sound) with a cornet? From the passage [Lev. xxv. 9], "Thou
s\i2Xt cdMSC the cornet .... to sound, etc." Whence do we know
that (after the Terua) there should be one Teqia ? Therefore it
is said (later in the same verse), "Ye shall make the cornet
sound." f But perhaps this only refers to the Jubilee ? Whence
do we know that it refers also to New Year's Day ? Therefore it
is written (in the same verse) " in the seventh month." These

* The cornet is sounded three times, corresponding to the Malkhioth, Zikhronoth,
and Shophroth. The order of the sounds is Teqia, Terua, Teqia ; Teqia, Terua,
Teqia, etc. The case here supposed is that the one who sounded the cornet sustained
the second Teqia as long as two Teqioth, intending thereby to sound the second and
third Teqioth. This, we see, is not permitted.

f The Hebrew words Utheqatem Terua are interpreted to mean that first a
Teqia should be sounded, and then a Terua.



words are superfluous ; for what purpose then does the Torah use
them? To teach us that all the sounds of the cornet during the
seventh month should be like each other. Whence do we know
that the sounds are to be three times three? From the three
passages, ''Thou shalt cause the cornet ... to sound" [Lev.
XXV. 9]; "A Sabbath a memorial of blowing of cornets" [Lev.
xxiii. 24] ; " It is a day of blowing the cornet " [Numb. xxix. i].
But the Tana of the following Boraitha deduces it by analogy of
expression from (the rules given in) the wilderness [Numb. x. i-io].
As we have learned, the words " When ye sound an alarm "
[Numb. X. 5] mean one Teqia and one Terua. Whence do we
know that they shall be separated, perhaps it means that both
together should be sounded ? Since it is written [ibid. 7] : " But
when the congregation is to be gathered together, ye shall blow
but ye shall not sound an alarm," we may infer that they must
be separated, a Teqia by itself, and a Terua by itself. But whence
do we know that there should be one Teqia before the Terua ?
From the words [ibid. 5] : " When ye sound an alarm " {i.e., first
a " sound," or Teqia, and then an " alarm," or Terua). And
whence do we know that there should be one after the Terua ?
From the words [ibid. 6] : " An alarm shall they sound ! " R.
Ishmael, the son of R. Jo'hanan bar Berokah, however, says : It is
not necessary, as it is written : " When ye sound an alarm the
second time " [ibid. 6]. The words " a second time " are unneces-
sary, and to what purpose are they used ? To form a general rule
that on every occasion on which "alarm" (Terua) is mentioned,
a sound (Teqia) must be used with it as a second (or following)
tone. Possibly all this only refers to the practices followed in
the wilderness, but how do we know that they refer to New Year's
Day also ? Therefore it is written : Terua twice to make us infer
by an analogy of expression, and as concerning the New Year
Terua is written thrice in the three passages, [Lev. xxiii. 24] :
" A sabbath, a memorial of cornets " ; [Numb. xxix. i] : " It is a
day of blowing of cornets " ; and [Lev. xxv. 9] : " Thou shalt
cause the cornet ... to sound " ; and for each Terua there are
two Teqioth, we therefore learn that on New Year's Day must
be sounded three Teruoth and six Tekioth.

R. Abbahu enacted in Caesarea that the order should be first
a Teqia* then three single staccato sounds, or Shebharim, then a

* The Teqia is a long tone produced by sounding the cornet. The Terua is a
long tremulous sound. The Shebharim consists of three short staccato sounds.

"NEW YEAR." 73

Terua and then again a Teqia. At all events it is not right : If
by Terua is meant " a protracted groan " then he should have
instituted the order to be a Teqia, a Terua, and then a Teqia ; and
if it means " a short wail," then he should have instituted the
order to be, a Teqia, then Shebharim (three single broken sounds).
and then again a Teqia ? He was in doubt whether it meant one
or the other (and therefore he enacted that both should be

*'■ If a person sounded a teqia and prolonged it equal to two,"
etc. R. Jo'hanan says : If one heard the nine sounds at nine
different hours during the day, he has fulfilled his duty. The
same we have learned in the following Boraitha : " If one
heard the nine sounds at nine different hours of the day it is
sufficient, and if he heard from nine men at one time, a Teqia
from one and a Terua from another, etc., he has also done his
duty, even if he heard them intermittently, and even during the
whole day or any part of the day." The rabbis taught : (Gen-
erally) the soundings of the cornet do not prevent each other
(if one can blow a Teqia, but not a Terua, or pronounce one
benediction and not another, it might be said he should not blow
or pronounce any benediction at all. We are taught that the
one does not prevent the other on the fasts of the congregation
and other occasions when these are needed), nor do the bene-
dictions ; but on New Year's Day and the Day of Atonement
they do.

*^ He who has just finished reading {the additional service)
and only at that time obtained a cornet shall sound on the
cornet the three sounds three times." This means, only when
he did not have a cornet at the beginning (of the service) : but if
he had one at the beginning of the service when the sounds of
the cornet are heard, they must be heard in the order of the
benedictions of the day.

R. Papa bar Samuel rose to recite his prayers. Said he to
his attendant, When I nod to you sound (the cornet) for me.
Rabha said to him: "This may only be one in the congrega-
tion." We have learned in a Boraitha in support of this : " When
one hears these sounds, he should hear them both in their order
and in the order of the benedictions (in the additional service of
the New Year)." This only applies to a congregation, but one
should hear them in the order of the benedictions only, if he is
not in a congregation ; and a private individual who has not
sounded the cornet (or heard it sounded) can have a friend sound


it for him ; but a private individual who has not recited the bene-
dictions cannot have a friend say them for him ; and the duty to
hear the cornet sounded is greater than that of reciting the bless-
ings. How so ? If there be two cities (to which a person may
go) and in one city they are about to sound the cornet and in
the other to recite the benedictions, he should go to the city in
which they are about to sound the cornet ; and not to that in
which they are about to recite the benedictions. Is this not self-
evident, because the sounding is Biblical and the benedictions
are only Rabbinical ? The case is when the reciting of the bene-
dictions in one city was certain ; sounding the cornet in the other
city was doubtful. He must nevertheless go to the city where
they are about to sound the cornet.

''Just as the reader of the congregation is in duty bou?td {to
sound the cornet) so too is each individual.*' We have learned
in a Boraitha : The schoolmen said to R. Gamaliel, Why accord-
ing to thy opinion should the congregation pray ? Answered he :
In order to enable the Reader of the congregation to arrange his
prayer. Said R. Gamaliel to them : " But why, according to
your opinion, should the Reader act for the congregation?"
Answered they : " In order to enable those who are not expert
to fulfil their duty." And he rejoined : " Just as he en-
ables the illiterate, so too he causes the literate to fulfil their
duty." Rabba bar bar 'Hana said in the name of R. Jo'hanan :
The sages later accepted the opinion of R. Gamaliel ; but Rabh
said there is still a difference between them ; could (the same)
R. Jo'hanan say this? Did not R. 'Hana of Sepphoris say in
the name of R. Jo'hanan : " The Halakha prevails according to
R. Gamaliel ; " from these words (" the Halakha prevails accord-
ing to R. Gamaliel ") we see that there must have been some
that differed from him ! Said R. Na'hman b. Itz'hak : " By the
words, '' the sages accept the opinion of R. Gamaliel," R. Meir is
meant, and the rule arrived at through those who differed from
him (was arrived at) through other rabbis ; for we have learned
in the following Boraitha : R. Meir holds that with regard to the
benedictions of New Year's Day and the Day of Atonement, the
Reader can act for the congregation ; but the sages say : " Just
as the Reader is in duty bound, so too is each individual." Why
only for these benedictions (and no other) ? Shall we assume
it is because of the many Biblical selections used ? Does not R.
'Hananel say in the name of Rabh : As soon as one has said (the
passages beginning with) the words, " And in thy law it is writ-

"NEW YEAR." 75

ten," he need say no more? It is because there are many (more
and longer) benedictions (than usual).

It was taught, R. Jehoshua ben Levi said : Both the private
individual and the congregation as soon as they say (the passages
beginning) with the words, "And in thy law it is written," need
say no more.

R. Elazar says : A man should always first prepare himself for
prayer and then pray. R. Abba said : " The remarks of R.
Elazar seem to apply to the benedictions of New Year's Day
and the Day of Atonement, and to the various holidays, but not
to the whole year." It is not so ; for did not R. Jehudah pre.
pare himself (even on a week day) before his prayers and then
offer them ? R. Jehudah was an exception, for since he prayed
only once in thirty days, it was like a Holiday. When Rabbin
came (from Palestine) he said in the name of R. Jacob bar Idi
quoting R. Simeon the Pious : R. Gamaliel did not excuse from
public service any but field-laborers ! What is the difference
(between them and others) ? They would be forced to lose their
work (if they went to a synagogue), but people in a city must go
(to the House of Prayer).


'^h^^ niD^^n

nvnn nieij'n ^r nmpjn ""jooa poji -iidj ,Bnn» pin


♦]KDrpni<i ♦^ bi^yri

mtt'^nn ^D^B^itt mann riKjcina

54 East 106th Street.



lomni •'^33 mobrin ^i" ntrnnn nxvim naiynn ,m3Dn "TiaKbD
nvnb ,K'm ns ny 'h^d: x^ -i:;'x n k'i n n^s^ob 'jnxnn ,'t;*^^33x nsB'a
lon^ ''3 ; ph mon n'^33n K"iDjn2j> nin3Dcn h^ nvjB'Dn ns b'iqo D3
|miD' ibisn nrj^on bsB' 'jdd ,pn' xb nyio -no p nxrn nsDon nx
"invn -i3T iWp n-'Htr }0T3 ,13 D'-jnsn mnyi bs^nn niiip ,tj'Tip mns
nvjEyDn nj? onn^ b3x .pinn3 p n3yn pipiD3 io3 ,nxnpi n]}'''\'< nm'b
n^jitr ''s nK'aN ••Kt^ "13"! t3yo3 Kin losnj n33B' D^cn^sn nnx ""d by i>^n
D'lvni non duid D:r3S dki ,D''babiQ»i Q^aiiN of^isi nrrs nr D'trn^an non
•'SiD^Q nbiT ,mv biQ^Q ^30 ■'pjn ,''Dinn3 03 lyDn^n'? ^h^y ab Dvh
'Dob D't^'n^an ^3 o^jpinoi nniLJ vn' N?cr no3 ly n»K3i .no:fy3 Kiojn
|iJ3D3 p ,nivp3 1D3 b"T '•"B'-i {^ii^a oy DniDni) |aix dik'3 bsu i<b ,nxTn
I'jyb n't33 DIB' ^^301 ,mv biabs dib' ^^3 i»ip» by i3i bs B'-iDon ,1311^^
nQK'3 nnnb |pin»i ■iB'310 nr3 trn^Q "iki ; 13 pioy Nina' pjyn nbiT ins
N^i DQijn iip^n nx nmnn b^3>B' nsrn nsvin3 nx» -ihtj ^jki .n^n
.nT3 i^KB' no nn n^n^ xbi pb'dxk' Dip03 lyvo? ,vby fi'dv xbi ujdo yir
n:^K> ^3 1X3^ iJ"n ,-ivp m^33 nxin n3Dt:n nx t'lab ''b Thnv p bya'
nn3ib D''B'nD ^3 '^30 ; nxrn nsoob pi i^-'t^'ni ,->ix'3i k'Ii'd nsnxn
IX n3bn3 n? Siabsi nmv n^oj bs ''b3Di ,nnnK nin3DD3 iB'-i2n:i ub'jb'
.pttKn ^nxvoi "nyri ,nxTn nxvinn ^33 '3-n p -icrx3 ,x"i303
nib»3 ,n3Don >3 nx B'-ib!' nn nnW ,x"iipn ^nx rb r]r2'\ir2:>
nb /njiB'xin DyD3 ibxn nvjK'on nx xip'B' xiipn ni^ ny ,ni33i)oi nnvp
pbi ; n'p-iD n:iDB' ^33 3t3^n pnn p:yn nj3n pi nibon -iik"'3 ib nom
^n^B'y n3i .di^ai iix'3 Tii'n dipd3 iv 'P3''? pnnnn inc3 DipD ip "noB'
HB'iy ^JXB' 1D3 xS ,D^JVi'3 nDD^D B'Ti^fiH nx "'noQnn 'b:jxn DiJin3 dj
'xxn ^JB'3 D^JD3 n^jDO ^JJHB' ^'''B'T B'H'Q oy niinx ninDDD biif fDinn3

: xim /nxo tsiB'B Dyt3D ,n:3b

^D^bp^ n3D»

mmnnn riKi ,D''D-i'Tn nx p^pnai pD-iDn nb^ji^n nx p-np ,12 n^y
nnspn dk pj-'-'z^tti ,n^^in o-iic '^^ j^tnri /O'^ssn n'.xipx: nsi

♦D^K^an b:? nx pxsin

irpnn ,D^D-i"rn bp pD''"?tt?X3i p-ipij? rn ,m^ny nmj? iz-itriis

.nbis mtrn bD pn^ps;:: i.tit

na'n: pt ,|D»3a nnna Dm« lonrrw ,D'bp6rn ^Jy py^DB'D "nN3 nnxa (K
nSy »3m ,('d niDU') i^ron opin cin*? nnx2 pcKin mna «n'i ,ii?s:c ,u^hpvn
intnS ]nn30 ,D^S^3n byi .nonn nD^^3 ova la latron Dpintf nva ,C'i2''»n'3)
n^^JOn nK Y'^'\p U l"l33 .NiaS anp nynrn ]ot nxtn nyatr mtro ,nnnyna
j3«»* nnj?n any 'iso njtyoa dkt lotn"? iiiij n'n kSi ,n"'a jmp mnsa Sax ,DO">33
,nn3vh yi^p^ niayD nana' nam mepion anya h^a ,nnaB'S la'ty^n nSi nam mspio
T'ta nm«iHip na dh o ,n'?UDn riNnp laT ns caiaa lyn'B' niB'oa n^tT *ioTn la'sS
"ni«M «:» '1 las,, «DStm«a npiDD naSnn N'n la itrxa V'taa nyen my nnnpS a^n
'oStsm^a iioSnn iokd nn B'idS o'B'nnn n'U'iBon nosy iprnts* O'pimn "ja nnK dSiki ,'ij
ynv '3»K , ptrKT m»a nunia J3»« ,':b' m»a nunijn mson Sao' ,i:ioSS nsa
,iSpSpn3i D'Dwn mD» naye* nnn ,n'3-nn nx pjpnoi .nitrano hkt naia naa»N
iSpSpni maimnty ,niKipDi maim'? nyun t<im ,"nK ny pn win d'ocj idt na^ne^Ssai
^3"iX ^53 pB'W •''inn 'jb"? D05ty intsS I'jai' jj.'o'? /imp:? j'an^ji /B'Bnn Sbj mxipoai
,niao «:n ,mtrB3 un ,ni3ioD 'an in"? qoKno i"an K'nn nyair 'oSa'n'a imx ,DU-in
,n"\cn fiK VBiitn ,nBi-iy nhiy remyi ,nt3iDn n« vpt5*oi /mcnpni mann ,|<any jmei
riK pj^VIS^ '»^nn nya wn3«r n'^N ina myi ,ynvDn dk jnnuoi ^'^:i:,' nay ]'ysni
]yoS nnapn ns 1'3"sob' ioin 'oStt'n'ai ;TDa iwavin mo^a iSpSpn^tr ,nnapn
nxoitsn nnnv ,Kip» Noa kohi (a"' xip'i) K*ipo nst noiai ,Dnaiyn ona ixata* xS
rpcnoD vn »h iiomn imn nitro ,D"'Kb3n by ^a ]^ii^V) -"'Joo ens,, mois'i nxiip

.nntsTi n« ipa'? D'hSic vn ax »a ,naSa nnana
;D'«'?3a nma hS o w'io o« n'mSts'n I'tpiy vnB» no -ixaS sa ktiiT "i (3
nvhwh K3' H7 nir« h^i,, (8 '») «ity p ^psr] N»nB' T'a iponS I'jo noio •a'jB'nui
.D.-ia nyantrnB' ,muy n3iy niB^io mtrn ^y ,Dn^JBb -"mnt n'O'n
,niyai9on ns on'Sy niirh nunSic nnx n'xcij vn n^jD^nnc 'jsd ,nijn^1tr (J
riK iB''?n»ty oyn "jy "jpn*? ^njnoa -nxa nntryi ntron ly manSvrn n'O'tro vn o ,iok«
vn 13 nntryi t^on ]o nxi ; nnS nnx Sa annate ,n"iina ainan hpvn 'xn Sy nn'niyo
ia»»»oi ; nn'Spts* n« iSptr nS mvi pna» 'xaS Spc »vnn n« oc N'son"? cnpoa pairv
nH iN»a» jyoS ,nn»SptJ» i«'an «S IK'S n'jK riK pyiS pna dj jae-oS iS'nnn ,tfipD3
B»3»'n nunan nai .n>«tn muoS nnsv^* vn n:^naa ui o ,p'3a ins xir' n-Mi Dnonn
vrwff »3coi ^jopSna nta ntaenS nS'Sy in-^'d nn Sax ,ni:;'^ nua-ip'? mpy ntrx n^'jptra vn
.oiSb> oit ':;d ,nnis n'iarao vn xS »3*-:' trnpon pra D'B'pnn


nbo ^Dn n'^^na pipm) T]:^r:in na {yncn K-iDjntj' d"k'3 Dipo baa
x!3i 11x^3 inx nm^^Q^ Dipioa xnojni onxno nvjB'ion n:n ,niN baa D31
vnm mpo baa cyoaK' ,D'jQa i»ipD by '"b^t e'n'sa ut^'iBx -ny^a pi>
1J3V lyob D'jsa imn nx D-btJ'Da pni "B'n>Q„ -iina i6 Djn ,ci'dv "istk
B'n'-a D''an!in ibbn nviB'^a niDiPo djk'^i bba Nioa pxK' nsi bax ,Dnnan
]yob nab nvnb ixd pnj ms^an pbi /lonn nx D"'bB'nb pi xb^ niN^ai

.njK'on njia pin
by iDViD ibiai ,nj2n o^tayo ,n1^<'aa ••ba'D D'e'iin ^a ,vbNO piD
by d:i r^D^B'Q'b bxitj'"' T'ln ,N-iiJt3"tani ^jio^on ,n'DbB''n\n t«-iojn m'D
^nrnx pabpn p^y mx^aa loa) 'baan D"B'a nm ns D'KVo:n D'K'n'Bn
Dnioai ,ij»o 10J iK'X D'trnan nx^ njj p-in-n ib "Tinji pbina "'e'i ma
Nb 'a /Dnpaon nxo n d n trpab nniob aicnx pai dioipo nrxa my
ip^cy^ DiDai b jn n^B^nsn ^aa aosn ijjian' Die cbk'o x^xinb nno^
D"'oanni oniaba ontj'M ^a ; mv'-p 'jso nijjunn invB' 'K'li'aa a"j
n^^^nn ,p"iNn "'oyi oman ,D'aivnnbi ^otrpax nybao nxra itry ,D"'j'aon
by iby xb ttj'x onai /ana ^ao ik 'OK'a n^anbi ,ei'np ,nan ?y -ijn x-ipb
■•nana i^a n» ba njja n p n b* DB'ai ; ^nitrpa ib'yr x^ xbn ,Dbiyb "nyn
p ,nD''j xboa ib^ex 'naxbo Tiaaai niaaa lyja xbi lyjj xbi ,na ly ^naiyi
xb nny m ^a nipxi ,nxTn ntj'nnn ^naxbo njja i"yri naia"" ion:> ,nipT
^n^c'y p nB'xa ^onnnji on^nioibn ^onnanb ab D'K'x xbi /nyib "-a lyaa^
D^n?x "j^ya }n xv»b ^i y ^ x xbi yrx /ibx ^oina 'jx noxa ^a ,na ny
Dn^yja Dnojo ba -itj'x ,pixn 'oyi ,D^aivn nma ^J^ya xb "jx d i x i
xia^x noi ,Dbiya d^xxdj my onioa D^xiia 'a ynv jyob pi ,x^n njj

? onbi 'b
IXDrpnxn '»k^» nn^n '•B'xin x^hb* "b"o") tfima,, nrn 'B'nab 'nxnp
■•nnpb ^a ••jid'-k'X' bab /K'Tiao nxr ymo 'jjni .b bxava '^ xbi ,b bxa^D
n^nnK'pan ^rx p onnx naxboa -nine ^rxtj' Dtra o ,"'3i# ixin >Qxyb
■'a loba' xb o nipxi 'DK'a B'lax xb 'nb nnin ia ,db' ^pa na ^naxbo

.K'lnn '•B^nao d: 'anix
"biv^n '^my ,b'n 'jitx^ xin 'a ,nna'>? xbi nisax na eiy^b jnun 'nai
niDbnn mm bnjnb nxrn maam nbnjn naxbwn nx iiroib 'jntyi pnv
.|»x ,iB'ia'i ixm ^x'jB'Di wjB'Di ,'by naitsn 'n ma noj-inbi mnxnb

.t"3in ,i"N trnna ,p i » » i i

Kin nttDi ;p3'?pn p p-mas r\i2n:i "lu^yaa pa-'-n^sT ,nena
(.nptt) ^^n onaiK D^aDm n-Kia "a-i nan ,p]dd nyia ? pa'jp

iipjroa 2«'n 13»m wiatyo nn^in n« ^ap> van loaaa p'jn dk oj ik ,inM m«o nnS>
IK pi D'cnirn p) ,vnMa Dm» nap D»nMno inn ha yhns nnSin nw painn wsb' »3Ba
THK ha thtts nnSm irtym ipSnna itpxa Saw D'onitf none* nya nona ityyoa D»a"n
o:'x ja b;'V ,-init mK2 latrn* nn'a non n^nKnc nyntf v^ko jaiai Cicnwo Dm>^ nap
ODJty Sc kSi nn»aK w Hin nsoa «3 »;bo /nn'uy nya ySo D'ama dn jiaSpa n«a"n
.pa'^pta niBfi mn thb* ^onya SpiBf Dn»aM ihns na atrrri ip'jn tthv fa

••» MK .pu?»"7 ib^nnn uriptiD la^^^tt^a .npaa isttr*' nirom

Ctt?; xb Sax ,Dnnmwtt nnayi onj ^D^bK-ittr-'i n^'h ? pwurao

irK 2ittr ^TT* Sy biptrS V2k b-nnntr |iop Sd .D^atopi onapi

♦Di'^cr •'3-n "jsa n^nsn nx p:DttrDio pK ,pDiB

nnSi onbn "ntri n)ois?i T'"'«in /baxn kS n\in '^-'^d ins nn:o

DK ,D'':iopi DinnpT n^u;3 p:D^tttt px i-iaKtr ^b Sp p|J^ (n
pKi ,in)a p^Dpa p« ibp^tr D^mDm D-ispn ,p'tt pSapa iSptt?
,miau?Ki mj^em nnbi- -a^pi mm •^yp^ n^^t ^yp (p^a) pSapa
ai-'ji -n^3ttr Ss : SSdh nt rCp-'ia pbaptt nn-T:i ami Sax)
tt^niBtt Kin pi rp-ia ]''hnp^ px 2n^3i iT'i pstr Sd /p-'a pbapo
♦"irnb«S n^3 maaS i^Si cab Kb« : (■> «*i'y) -ittx^tr ^Hnty n- bv
nnan on: ,n''bs"iw'''i cib : ]'\'2':ip:i pa^ntr; iSk^ d
n'' hv bpwn ♦c^tspi Dnn:?! n^^y D^:n3 xb Sax ^Dnnrntt^a
IT ':'y bpty DKT nitflB jiop n^ bs7 nar n^ hv rnirs n^ bp ,|nD
.m:aSp ''3ur niais n^xa ^m ; nnx paSpa n^^n ^nan n** byi
♦n'i:37p •'Jtt^ D^^n hp^ Staiii r'^o jman
DK1 mtas n-'p p T* b>:7i i33;y n- Syi •'ir n* Sy bpiu^n ^^
ntrs7i2)D p-niDB ]'\2bpn \^n^'^r\f!7 psmtt^m \''mn ♦s'^'-n \^^hr^

vn non Satj ; D»:n3 n2»« KoSyn Kani ann iriK iSin Sants' »3Ba /Hw n«tn najjun
.nniK in':n diW 'ann »Jsoi ddxj? naio'? nr*ni n'SiwDn
tnc p) naS (D'anDc) D»man Sj? "MsiSa ,D'3T 'rp }TD pbapD TNI (n
pnaS D3 n'n D'Spcnc »:Eai .iJM^Kb nu nmb uS 03^ N^ .(o^ao-ii 'oSiyii'a
nioirM^ nisan ik /pipS niSii* ,Dm3 'jax ,B'npnn nna pSn en'? n«ni o ixt k? rcan
.»»«'? B"« ra "jian j'k niae' ,nno o'Sapo /DnS moaS n'j'atya nni» panpow
D'SpB' 'JB' nw rem /natyoa latan ySon »\n nmna natan Spirn ,p3^!5 (1
W Sptfn Spro j»8 H12V wvm ,nivhyn hy Tan Bnpn t nsinc 'iBai ,nj»D3 o'Kipan
»3»yi4 192 |a rm£5 nh n^aa-in njriS) niina iiaxn 'jpty '«xn 'jt? iSptraS mt? njcan
n*3i' ]a iinSp Knpj ntn yianni ,SpB' »sn SaS oya j?i3^ l^'tr wnsn jaS (miyw
ini« ]ni3 i3»K ,in '"cy a"n Kine' 'aca «Si nn'on nn'aa pi Spiwri Sai ,*DiaNS(«p,
vn hS ,a'3ni3 vntr nn3B» nn'onn ,D»Spt?a D«3»n D3'«b' nnaiK vrny D»3n3ni ^jnSp

.niSe' '3m »3£)0 ,m3uSp.-i n» Dna pnpiV
,31'n n"?! niTcn ma pn inter ,i7ist5'3 n3nB ]ni3 h'h /ay n^ by bp^UTl (t
n3p o« •]:< i^h-i^t nSuna ik inv na-a ity^'a ,'m pcnityni pnxn •pa'-pa iibsj J3^

'^'^^ D^^pt^


; p-irn SiptrS i^pm ^j-irato biptrb iitn ,D''r'?D biptt?b nm
K"'2a ni ,nKion bax ,m^ jbi3 "f js ^a Sp p)x ,p:?ttt? ^an nax

.nai: innmia ,mtttt?xi niKtom nnbi'' ^rpi mat ■'j'^p ,p3T •'rp

♦vtrnvb nan nma ,D^naS D^non nma ^"'ntr iniKS "intr nma
♦nap "^y ^a: ib 'Ciin nxsn nmo "laix

S'tt-n t"y SaK fOnn nicin SpB* 'sn nnn ]i3m Spc^ nnyna lu'Snn dni nanon noa
pi Sip»^ D'Htyi i3'« o'jn 'D nasp nn"? t?« :k n:itr ,nm3: najria ]ij?oc 'i
.anp» mi'B* noa nyai ,j«auD "ja i^ J'ke' nxtsn a"«tyD ,nt3SninE» ysooa
Kin v"'' B'"2i n*3 nj?T fi» n:B'Dn n« •noon K^anw nnw ,'d ^:ip -iniD (n
|nn iriBOi ; j'Sin Kin O'^jp^n iniDc n"aa nonoB" n«Tn natron nw «'3» ,n"aa naSnny
nya irnpnty no S^i ,non nnio h"^ pii d'dodo nSias' npn^'aB* i:n "^a S^ iman |o
S'atra jna kS nin qoan 'a 'ico jin'Ss «3»c nj? naio ^<n» 'a los'i d""i iviv' ,imiapS
I'jSn D'lain "ja dSini ,non iiaa a"j Kin ii'vn ]'33 »a idix :"ii papa laa nam D'cnrn
riK nMvh iSav ,niyn ana D'oaisn ,Tyn niyoo n'n nx Saw ,Tn' '?B' e^can n'n dk non

."jB'nSi D"3yS c'latfo loa npntin cioa nK


a^bv^ p-«9

DK1 Dnanb pr^tr: nann nD"in3 dx ,n3K^ ix 123:31 jn^bp^?
IK ,is:itt3 .j.Tnnn p'^pi^ n-'rn ^331 ,^^rn ^33b |''P3^3 ikS
♦nsan n:^h nnh pSi:? j^xi a^bp^? i'^ki iSk ,D"'333n m^mn^
n^ 7p ibp:ri ,n^ bj: Sipafb n^nnb i-?ptt? |ni3n <^^
DK f^ipn mptttt iSpu; ^piirn ; Sya nann nann3 d« ,ia^x7
^a-t»i ''3ttr -iu?ptt ""antt ^'iipa ni^nnrt na-ipi nannn na-ina

♦11333 bax"* n^J7^3^
^xDttT n-a /•'Sptt?'? ibx nn-/ : naiKi my a D33»p; c^
pa i<"'3K^« ; p7in j-imo onaix b'^n rr'ai ,r\ni: pnia anoiK
,n3i3 "iniantt^ j^itr /'nxtonb iS«« ; j^Sin nnittnu? pw /•'bpurS
.pSin -inionu piur /nKtan'? pa k^dkut.
tt?'' Q'^hp^h ? nxanS o-Spir pa n» pptt^r ^an na^ (t


on t^• 1 1 "I B

♦■•3^^ pna

Mipii D'ySo »:«y Spjyo ariT hv yaoo run Jmnn .niWinij D^bpK' penVD (K
T.ity »:Ba ,»3tyn nijo ami inM nso isp nnEic r>o vn nm'nm /'D«p"*i«n„ p» 'Sa
vni uma ^^h^ vsya inmn ^^u^ ap: pi n'n jv'^yn -r^ai nnwo nia^nn riK nnS pnia
"j'BiVD,, nasi .nmjD vnc nya dco nnnpS n»Si3' vn }<S is m:n"nn nv }»3»'7B'B
vn Tnn 'ico »3bd o ; m^nSpa D'a"n q^h m:ia"na nn^'^pB' dk icSnn Tyn 'ia dkb* V'n
iK'm laa dk S"t ,nDnn noinj DK .tnpn? pta nto ps ^aSi p mcyS D'anno onaun
n'jx jn n'.n I'jMa D'Sptrn i'?n dji latrn: Txtr ,n'an pna ik nuaip 'jy D'Sptrn :)D30 pSn
jyoS D'Sptr \nMn nnwi nns 'lao pSn c Sptr Saac Dn'S'a 'H3nn r\''n p 'a) ix'sintr
D^pSnno vnv aihpvn SSao is'sin naa a« pSi ,(n»an pna is pnpna pSn inx SaV nw
,lDpSia nsipn nnrny ny insn lai Sa"? nnK nsipa Dirontyo vm moip ts^tr^
xS as h^H ,avh lyun nS dk dj dh"? D'a"tr non laa n'Spcn 'a ,DnaTjS O'yatr: T8
Dj M»n ntn oyam ,Dnaun t"? lyj'tr ny I'yn ua hv D'Sprn latrn' ts ,nDnnn nmna
j'anpo vnty »i2a /tfnpna Syo lasy n' Sy Spin h-ipvb nan i'? ina dn'^ nnnxSty nacoa
.(D"aoi) ,SKi2"aB' D"3yn ns «)!* cSptyn Sy j'iae'oo vn 'a maaS Tnyn Sy nj
iryono n»a vntr niyo oiaon n« iStr j^'jinn eioao np» S"*i /pjJ3 ^3N' (3

.mam n« ona ntryn ,Sprn n'snoS ono 'nnpStj' ni'^pts-n nSs nnn i'jk nn tioK'i
iDiKi ,v hy moTiB ppS S'nrotr 'oa : Kin nstn nau'on pin /13) DJDon (J
,pp3n Diaono a^inon n» Spe* laatr nnx S'jn n'a nynStr *>SpB''? nps ntn eioano,,
SaK /nana iimo ,:iDan ixB'a nanaS nm« n n ' pi d« ts qj ^^a nyn7i ;pSin nnian
♦oStwiO ,hhn no"? iS'bk nana ]inio /"hpiffh i S k nn idiki ai ejoa n»a tniKty 'oa

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 13 15

Online LibraryMichael Levi RodkinsonNew edition of the Babylonian Talmud. Original text edited, corrected, formulated, and translated into English (Volume 4) → online text (page 13 of 15)