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ThaThe Babylonian Talmud has both Aramaic and Hebrew in it. In the handwritten versions which I reviewed, the 4 letter name of hashem is replaced with the yod-yod.

You can see this in the quotes from the bible used on Tractate B'rachot, 6A. The printed version I have replaces the 4 letter name with the Hey-apostrophe.

From the Munich Codex of 1342

http://web.nli.org.il/sites/NLI/Hebrew/collections/jewish-collection/Talmud/Pages/default.aspx?IsByManuscript=False&Im_Ms=1628&Fr_Co=4&Fr_Tr=01&Pe_code=006&Mi_code=02&Li_code=-1

6th line up from the bottom of the thinner lines next to the punch-out quote, second to last word.

http://web.nli.org.il/sites/NLI/Hebrew/collections/jewish-collection/Talmud/Pages/default.aspx?IsByManuscript=False&Im_Ms=1976&Fr_Co=4&Fr_Tr=01&Pe_code=006&Mi_code=02&Li_code=-1

9th line down, second to last word.

Tha Babylonian Talmud has both Aramaic and Hebrew in it. In the handwritten versions which I reviewed, the 4 letter name of hashem is replaced with the yod-yod.

You can see this in the quotes from the bible used on Tractate B'rachot, 6A. The printed version I have replaces the 4 letter name with the Hey-apostrophe.

From the Munich Codex of 1342

http://web.nli.org.il/sites/NLI/Hebrew/collections/jewish-collection/Talmud/Pages/default.aspx?IsByManuscript=False&Im_Ms=1628&Fr_Co=4&Fr_Tr=01&Pe_code=006&Mi_code=02&Li_code=-1

6th line up from the bottom of the thinner lines next to the punch-out quote, second to last word.

http://web.nli.org.il/sites/NLI/Hebrew/collections/jewish-collection/Talmud/Pages/default.aspx?IsByManuscript=False&Im_Ms=1976&Fr_Co=4&Fr_Tr=01&Pe_code=006&Mi_code=02&Li_code=-1

9th line down, second to last word.

The Babylonian Talmud has both Aramaic and Hebrew in it. In the handwritten versions which I reviewed, the 4 letter name of hashem is replaced with the yod-yod.

You can see this in the quotes from the bible used on Tractate B'rachot, 6A. The printed version I have replaces the 4 letter name with the Hey-apostrophe.

From the Munich Codex of 1342

http://web.nli.org.il/sites/NLI/Hebrew/collections/jewish-collection/Talmud/Pages/default.aspx?IsByManuscript=False&Im_Ms=1628&Fr_Co=4&Fr_Tr=01&Pe_code=006&Mi_code=02&Li_code=-1

6th line up from the bottom of the thinner lines next to the punch-out quote, second to last word.

http://web.nli.org.il/sites/NLI/Hebrew/collections/jewish-collection/Talmud/Pages/default.aspx?IsByManuscript=False&Im_Ms=1976&Fr_Co=4&Fr_Tr=01&Pe_code=006&Mi_code=02&Li_code=-1

9th line down, second to last word.

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Tha Babylonian Talmud has both Aramaic and Hebrew in it. In the handwritten versions which I reviewed, the 4 letter name of hashem is replaced with the yod-yod.

You can see this in the quotes from the bible used on Tractate B'rachot, 6A. The printed version I have replaces the 4 letter name with the Hey-apostrophe.

From the Munich Codex of 1342

http://web.nli.org.il/sites/NLI/Hebrew/collections/jewish-collection/Talmud/Pages/default.aspx?IsByManuscript=False&Im_Ms=1628&Fr_Co=4&Fr_Tr=01&Pe_code=006&Mi_code=02&Li_code=-1

6th line up from the bottom of the thinner lines next to the punch-out quote, second to last word.

http://web.nli.org.il/sites/NLI/Hebrew/collections/jewish-collection/Talmud/Pages/default.aspx?IsByManuscript=False&Im_Ms=1976&Fr_Co=4&Fr_Tr=01&Pe_code=006&Mi_code=02&Li_code=-1

9th line down, second to last word.

Tha Babylonian Talmud has both Aramaic and Hebrew in it. In the handwritten versions which I reviewed, the 4 letter name of hashem is replaced with the yod-yod.

You can see this in the quotes from the bible used on Tractate B'rachot, 6A. The printed version I have replaces the 4 letter name with the Hey-apostrophe.

http://web.nli.org.il/sites/NLI/Hebrew/collections/jewish-collection/Talmud/Pages/default.aspx?IsByManuscript=False&Im_Ms=1628&Fr_Co=4&Fr_Tr=01&Pe_code=006&Mi_code=02&Li_code=-1

6th line up from the bottom of the thinner lines next to the punch-out quote, second to last word.

http://web.nli.org.il/sites/NLI/Hebrew/collections/jewish-collection/Talmud/Pages/default.aspx?IsByManuscript=False&Im_Ms=1976&Fr_Co=4&Fr_Tr=01&Pe_code=006&Mi_code=02&Li_code=-1

9th line down, second to last word.

Tha Babylonian Talmud has both Aramaic and Hebrew in it. In the handwritten versions which I reviewed, the 4 letter name of hashem is replaced with the yod-yod.

You can see this in the quotes from the bible used on Tractate B'rachot, 6A. The printed version I have replaces the 4 letter name with the Hey-apostrophe.

From the Munich Codex of 1342

http://web.nli.org.il/sites/NLI/Hebrew/collections/jewish-collection/Talmud/Pages/default.aspx?IsByManuscript=False&Im_Ms=1628&Fr_Co=4&Fr_Tr=01&Pe_code=006&Mi_code=02&Li_code=-1

6th line up from the bottom of the thinner lines next to the punch-out quote, second to last word.

http://web.nli.org.il/sites/NLI/Hebrew/collections/jewish-collection/Talmud/Pages/default.aspx?IsByManuscript=False&Im_Ms=1976&Fr_Co=4&Fr_Tr=01&Pe_code=006&Mi_code=02&Li_code=-1

9th line down, second to last word.

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Tha Babylonian Talmud has both Aramaic and Hebrew in it. In the handwritten versions which I reviewed, the 4 letter name of hashem is replaced with the yod-yod.

You can see this in the quotes from the bible used on Tractate B'rachot, 6A. The printed version I have replaces the 4 letter name with the Hey-apostrophe.

http://web.nli.org.il/sites/NLI/Hebrew/collections/jewish-collection/Talmud/Pages/default.aspx?IsByManuscript=False&Im_Ms=1628&Fr_Co=4&Fr_Tr=01&Pe_code=006&Mi_code=02&Li_code=-1

6th line up from the bottom of the thinner lines next to the punch-out quote, second to last word.

http://web.nli.org.il/sites/NLI/Hebrew/collections/jewish-collection/Talmud/Pages/default.aspx?IsByManuscript=False&Im_Ms=1976&Fr_Co=4&Fr_Tr=01&Pe_code=006&Mi_code=02&Li_code=-1

9th line down, second to last word.