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Talmud

the ancient law of the Jews, originally oral but later written down. It is now codified and is influential in dispute resolution among Jews. See DIN TORAH; BETH DIN.
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Their influential work, known as the Tosafot, is given pride of place alongside Rashi's commentary in printed editions of the Talmud Bavli.
RASHI, TALMUD BAVLI SHABBAT 151, sub voce ushmuel amar; TOSAFOT, TALMUD BAVLI KETUBOT 6b, verse roy beki'in; TALMUD BAVLI NIDDAH 64b, sub voce sha'ani Shmuel; see also R.
Perez's ruling is cited in BAYIT HADASH, YOREH DEAH 195; SHILTEI HAGIBORIM, TALMUD BAVLI SHEVUOT ch.
TALMUD BAVLI YEVAMOT 45b; MAIMONIDES, HILKHOT ISSUREI BIAH 15:3; TUR, EVEN HAEZER 16; SHULHAN ARUKH, EVEN HAEZER 4:1.
TALMUD BAVLI KIDDUSHIN 74a; MAIMONIDES, HILKHOT ISSUREI BIAH 15:12; SHULHAN ARUKH, EVEN HAEZER 4-26; THE PRINCIPLES OF JEWISH LAW, supra note 22, at 437.
See TALMUD BAVLI BABA BASRA 8a; MAIMONIDIES, MISHNA TORAH HILCHOT MATNAS ANIYIM 8:10.
TALMUD BAVLI YOMA, 83a (ruling that you may violate the Sabbath to save a life); see also Pearce, supra note 3, at 1779.
See also TALMUD BAVLI SANHEDRIN 32b (holding that the verse is a directive to judges to ask many questions of a litigant whom they know to be a liar); TALMUD YERUSHALMI SANHEDRIN 5:2 (holding that the verse is a commandment to judges to try to find mitigating factors where the defendant is accused of a capital crime).
TALMUD BAVLI SANHEDRIN 77a; see also Rosenberg, supra note 138, at 1017.