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On Eruvin 65A, the daughter of Rav Chisda is quoted, talking to her father.

I am seeking a compilation or list of places in the Talmud that a woman is quoted.

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  • Does every mention of Rabbah bar bar Chana count? – DonielF Aug 16 '17 at 15:28
  • Why do you assume this is an uncommon occurrence? Have you ever learned Seder Nashim, or Masechtos Niddah or Avodah Zarah? Women are mentioned all the time. – DonielF Aug 16 '17 at 15:39
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    @DonielF A mention of Rabbah bar bar Chana is not a mention of a woman speaking. – Yehuda W Aug 16 '17 at 15:44
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    Avodah Zarah 17b-18b discusses the story of R’ Chanina ben Teradyon’s and his wife’s deaths, his daughter’s punishment of being stuck in a brothel, and his daughter-in-law Beruriah’s convincing her husband R’ Meir to go rescue her. (This is the story of Elaka d’Meir Aneini.) Beruriah is also discussed in Pesachim 62b and Eiruvin 53b-54a (in the latter of which she actually disputes a Rav in Halacha and wins). In Kiddushin 80b, regarding the sensitive issue of נשים דעתן קלות עליהן, an argument broke out between R’ Meir and Beruriah, which ultimately resulted in Beruriah’s death. – DonielF Aug 16 '17 at 15:56
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    Another Beruriah story: halakhah.com/berakoth/berakoth_10.html – Kazi bácsi Aug 16 '17 at 17:09

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