Talmudic

Part of speech: adjective

Talmudical.

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Usage examples "talmudic":

  1. Of other women we are told whose learning and piety inspired respect, not only in Talmudic authorities, but, more than that, in their sisters in faith. - "Jewish Literature and Other Essays", Gustav Karpeles.
  2. In Talmudic literature we read of the journeys of famous rabbis to Rome and of their activities there; in the New Testament we hear of the Jews of Italy, and of their synagogues, which formed the scene of activity for the founders of the new faith; in Philo, the great Jewish writer of the first century, we have a description of the Jewish community of Rome in the days of Augustus, with references to their communal life and religious observances. - "The Allied Countries and the Jews", Hyman Gerson Enelow.
  3. The Talmudic canon is generally adopted at the present day. - "The Canon of the Bible", Samuel Davidson.