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The Tosefta and Tosefta Ki-Fshutah according to Codex Vienna Order Zera’im /Saul Lieberman

Professor Rabbi Saul Lieberman, Talmudic scholar and researcher and for many years Rector of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America, devoted much of his study to the systematic elucidation of the Tosefta. He undertook the publication of the Tosefta text, based on manuscripts and accompanied by brief explanatory notes, and of an extensive commentary called Tosefta ki-Fshutah. The latter combined philological research and historical observations with a discussion of the entire Talmudic and Rabbinic literature in which the relevant Tosefta text is either commented upon or quoted. Prof. Lieberman’s scholarship demonstrates how he combines vast erudition in all fields of Talmudic and Rabbinic literature with a penetrating knowledge of the classical world. Prof. Lieberman opened new pathways to the life, institutions, beliefs and literary products of Jewish Palestine in the talmudic period. [1] TheTosefta (Text volume) according to Codex Vienna, with variants from Codex Erfurt, Genizah Mss. and Editio Princeps (Venice 1521) together with references to parallel passages in Talmudic literature and a brief commentary. Includes tractates: Berakot, Pe’ah, Demai, Terumoth, Shebi’it, Kil’aim, Ma’asrot, Ma’aser Sheni, Hallah, ‘Orlah, Bikkurim. 293 pp. Hard cover. [2] Tosefta Ki-Fshutah (First Commentary volume of the Set) (*) A comprehensive commentary on the Tosefta, part I: order Zera’im, tractates Berakot –Terumoth. 480 pp. Hard cover. [3] Tosefta Ki-Fshutah (Second Commentary volume of the Set) A comprehensive commentary on the Tosefta, part II: order Zera’im, tractates Shebi’it –Bikkurim. pp. 481- 879. Hard cover.

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