The Noé Edition Koren Talmud Bavli is now available in its entirety. To celebrate this historical achievement and to recognize the upcoming Siyum HaShas we encourage anyone and everyone to begin their own journey into Talmud learning no matter your current learning level. Talmud learning may appear to be intimidating and foreign. Maybe you haven’t learned since high school and your skills are a little rusty. Maybe you’re an advanced learner and looking to sharpen your skills are fill in some knowledge gaps. No matter where you are at the following Talmud Study Aids are perfect for anyone interested in learning.
Rabbi Adin Even-Israel Steinsaltz’s Reference Guide to the Talmud is the original Talmud study aid. An indispensable resource for students of all levels, this fully revised, English-language edition of the Reference Guide clearly and concisely explains the Talmud’s fundamental structure, concepts, terminology, assumptions, and inner logic; provides essential historical and biographical information; and includes appendixes, a key to abbreviations, and a comprehensive index.
For improved usability, this completely updated volume has a number of new features: topical organization instead of by Hebrew alphabet, re-edited and revised text to coordinate with the language used in the Koren Talmud Bavli, an index of Hebrew terms to enable one seeking a Hebrew term to locate the relevant entry. An excellent companion for anyone studying any edition of the Talmud.
An indispensable tool for all students of the Talmud on every level. With over 3,500 definitions, appendices, abbreviations, and more. Authoritative, easy-to-use, vowelized Aramaic text with English translation. Revised edition.
Printed in cooperation with the Ariel Institute.
Grammar for Gemara and Targum Onkelos: an Introduction to Aramaic, by Yitzhak Frank, is an exceptional resource for those wishing to read, learn, and translate the Talmud Bavli or Targum Onkelos. It is the standard for Jewish Babylonian Aramaic grammars, comparable in calibre to the leading Latin and Greek ones.
This reference work addresses the common grammatical pitfalls of the classical Hebraist attempting to translate Aramaic. Serious attention to detail found in the typesetting and formatting makes it easy to understand. The binding and high-quality paper makes this book very durable. Although it does deal with syntax and important points of grammar, the main thrust of this publication is about detailing important Aramaic-verb paradigms along with their pertinent background information. The verb tables are what sets this book apart.
This is a must-have publication for anyone wanting to study the Talmud or Gemara in Aramaic.
The Gemara Card is a new innovation for Gemara learners at all levels. Created in partnership with Rabbi Yitzhak Frank, the author of The Practical Talmud Dictionary and Grammar for Gemara, The Gemara Card was conceived and designed by David Sachs – a beginner yeshiva student struggling to break the barriers to entry to learning Gemara independently.
The Gemara Card helps to make Gemara accessible to students who value learning Gemara in its original text, without translation. While providing many highlights from Rabbi Frank’s groundbreaking books, this lightweight card serves as a quick reference to remind students of the basic building blocks of Gemara.
THE GEMARA CARD AT A GLANCE
- Serves as a study aid for students when they need a quick reminder about basic Talmudic content
- Color-coded & strategically-designed to enable students to locate all content in 10 seconds or less
- All entries written and rigorously reviewed by Rabbi Frank to accurately portray the essence of the content
- Entries include nikkudot so that students can learn to pronounce the vocabulary
- Includes Gematria, Rashi Script, and Grammar tables
- Features: 720 glossary terms | 412 abbreviations | 52 conjugated verbs | 107 Sages | 27 Measures
- Six-sided laminated card measuring 8-7/8″ x 11-7/8″ size (fits into typical Gemaras or folders)
The Koren Talmud Bavli is a groundbreaking edition of the Talmud that fuses the innovative design of Koren Publishers Jerusalem with the incomparable scholarship of Rabbi Adin Steinsaltz. The large-size set comes in full-color. The set has an enhanced Vilna page (a fully Menukad daf), a side-by-side English translation, photographs and illustrations, a brilliant commentary, and a multitude of learning aids to help the beginning and advanced student alike actively participate in the dynamic process of Talmud study.