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eBook The Talmud (Forgotten Books) ePub

by Joseph Barclay Pentland

  • ISBN: 1606802429
  • Category: Judaism
  • Subcategory: Spirituality
  • Author: Joseph Barclay Pentland
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Forgotten Books (October 16, 2008)
  • Pages: 454
  • ePub book: 1646 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1501 kb
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Please support our book restoration project by becoming a Forgotten Books member. The Talmud, translated from Hebrew as ‘The Study’, is a central religious text for Judaism. It is studied by rabbis, men, women and children as well as a healthy community of historians and theologians. To read this book online, your options ar. oin Forgotten Books. Written over the course of six centuries it is the original and definitive source of detail on the commandments or mitzvot given in the Torah. Any practitioner of the faith needs to know not only what he can or cannot do but how to achieve it in practice, a need that is as real today as it was at the inception of the work.

ISBN 10: 1606802429 ISBN 13: 9781606802427. Publisher: Forgotten Books, 2008. This is one of the first substantial abridged translations of the Talmud, published in the latter half of the nineteenth century. Barclay, a sympathetic Christian, states in the Preface that he studied the Talmud with learned Rabbis during a ten-year's residence in the Holy land.

Joseph Barclay Pentland (17 January 1797; 12 July 1873) was an Irish geographer, natural scientist, and traveller. Born in Ballybofey (County Donegal, Ireland), Pentland was educated at Armagh. He also studied in Paris, and worked with Georges Cuvier. With Woodbine Parish, Pentland surveyed a large part of the Bolivian Andes between 1826 and 1827. He published his Report on Bolivia in 1827. From 1836 to 1839, he served as British consul-general in Bolivia

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The metadata below describe the original scanning. Selections of treatises, translated from the Mishna, with explanations from the Gemara and other sources. Treatise on the Tabernacle, from the Bereitha": p. 334-358

Pencil drawing of Joseph Barclay Pentland by Carlo Ernesto Liverati, signed by Pentland.

Pencil drawing of Joseph Barclay Pentland by Carlo Ernesto Liverati, signed by Pentland. Joseph Barclay Pentland (1797 – 12 July 1873) was an Georges Cuvier. "Joseph Pentland: a forgotten pioneer in the osteology of fossil marine reptiles," Proceedings of the Dorset Natural History and Archaeology Society, 1976, pp. 12-16. "An Irishman in Cuvier’s laboratory. The letters of Joseph Pentland, 1820-1832," Bulletin of the British Museum of Natural History, Historical Series, vol. 6, no. 7, 1979, pp. 245-319.

Joseph Barclay Pentland (1797 - 1873) was an Irish geographer, natural scientist, and traveller. Born in Ireland, Pentland was educated at Armagh. He published his "Report on Bolivia" in 1827. From 1836 to 1839, he served as British consul-general in Bolivia.

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This is one of the first substantial abridged translations of the Talmud, published in the latter half of the nineteenth century. Barclay, a sympathetic Christian, states in the Preface that he studied the Talmud with learned Rabbis during a ten-year's residence in the Holy land.The task of translating the Talmud, which takes up more shelf space than the Britannica, would be daunting, and is probably beyond what one person is capable of in a lifetime. So early solo translators such as Barclay had to prioritize. While Rodkinson translated the entirety of the Festivals and Jurisprudence sections of the Talmud, including the commentary, Barclay took a more representative approach. He translated the Mishna (primary text) of seventeen tracts across the entire span of the Talmud, as well as a commentary on the Tabernacle. This includes a number of tracts not in the Rodkinson translation, specifically, Blessings, Sabbatical Year, Daily Sacrifice, Measurements, Leprosy, and Hands. Others, particularly Fathers and Sanhedrin are also available in multiple translations at sacred-texts. The final feature of this book is a detailed plan of the Temple complex with extensive architectural notes.Barclay does a straightforward translation of each text, and keeps his personal opinions to a few footnotes. This is a meaningful and significant modern Talmud translation, and has been cited many times in other works, although seldom seen. (Quote from sacred-texts.com)About the AuthorJoseph Barclay Pentland (1797 - 1873) was an Irish geographer, natural scientist, and traveller. Born in Ireland, Pentland was educated at Armagh. He also studied in Paris, and worked with Georges Cuvier.With Woodbine Parish, Pentland surveyed a large part of the Bolivian Ande