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A digital critical edition of the Talmud Yerushalmi (Jerusalem Talmud), including exact emended text based on Leiden manuscript and corrections from other manuscripts, citations, parallels and research literature. The edition includes apparatuses of parallels in Rabbinic Literature, citations in Rishonim, bibliography, editorial comments and explanatory notes.

The project is currently in beta version, under ISF Grant 1717/19, available on tractate Yevamot. The Talmud is divided to lines and Sugyot, and fully punctuated. The variants and apparatuses are mapped to the Sugyot and to the relvant lines and these can be clicked on to show the specific information for each section of the Talmud.

A steering comittee of senior researchers from the Talmudic and computer sciences fields is advising the edition.
For further information on the project you can find a paper on the website.

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Talmud Yerushalmi Digital Critical Edition

A digital critical edition of the Talmud Yerushalmi (Jerusalem Talmud), including exact emended text based on Leiden manuscript and corrections from other manuscripts, citations, parallels and research literature. The edition includes apparatuses of parallels in Rabbinic Literature, citations in Rishonim, bibliography, editorial comments and explanatory notes.

The project is currently in beta version, under ISF Grant 1717/19, available on tractate Yevamot. The Talmud is divided to lines and Sugyot, and fully punctuated. The variants and apparatuses are mapped to the Sugyot and to the relvant lines and these can be clicked on to show the specific information for each section of the Talmud.

A steering comittee of senior researchers from the Talmudic and computer sciences fields is advising the edition.
For further information on the project you can find a paper on the website.