Through the 19th and 20th centuries, the Bavli and Yerushalmi were fully or partially translated into English, French, German, Arabic and Italian.
Are there any extant translations of the Talmudim and/or other rabbinic texts (e.g., midrashim, hiddushim, codes, mussar, etc) of the early period (say, made c. 200 - 1000 C.E.) into any of the classical languages (Greek, Latin, Arabic, Persian)? The translations can have been made at any time between 200 and 1800 C.E.
It is well known that portions of the Bavli were translated into Latin during the 13th century as part of the Jewish-Christian disputations in Paris. The manuscripts were recently published by Cecini and de la Cruz Palma (Extractiones de Talmud per ordinem sequentialem, 2019).
Apparently there was an Arabic translation made in the 11th century by Yosef ibn Abitur by commission of an Islamic ruler, but I'm not aware of any extant copies.
Does anyone know of anything else?
(By means of comparison, the Quran was first translated into Persian in the 7th century, into Greek during the 9th century, citations of which still remain from Nicetas of Byzantium, and into three or four Latin translations in the medieval period.)