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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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The rabbinic classics - the Mishnah, the Tosephta, the Halakhic Midrashim, the Talmudim, and the Homiletic Midrashim - do not announce their own authorship.
Many of Kalmin's new and pointed historical conclusions result from this comparison between the two Talmudim. Thus, for example, he shows in chapter two that when the Talmudim deal with Jewish history in the time of the Second Temple, the Jerusalem Talmud talks about the customs of people like kings and priests, while the Babylonian Talmud talks about rabbis.
Levy's WOrterbuch uber die Talmudim and Midraschim and M.
He also spends more time analyzing rabbinic disagreements, particularly the debate between the Babylonian and Jerusalem Talmudim concerning the sincerity of Nineveh's repentance.