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What is the procedure if one happened to finish two masechtas simultaneously? Does a double siyum occur? What would that be, anyways?

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The only difference from a normal siyum is that when saying the hadran, you say both - מסכתות ברכות ושבת, for example.

Mazel tov!

  • Interesting, makes sense, like when they make the siyum hashas. Do you have any sources? – Dr. Shmuel Feb 23 '18 at 6:03
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    As far as I can tell there aren't any in any real sfarim (I've looked a lot for this one), but that's what all of my rabbeim told me to do (though one when I made a siyum on 13 at once my menahel insisted that the 2nd and 3rd time through I just say "כל המסכתות האמורות לעיל"), and what I've seen by a number of talmidei chachamim. – Uber_Chacham Feb 23 '18 at 6:06
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    I recommend you edit your sources from your comment into the answer post. Comments are ephemeral by design. – msh210 Feb 23 '18 at 7:29
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    @msh210 none of them are what I would call a source; it's not much better than me just saying it stam – Uber_Chacham Feb 23 '18 at 8:06
  • That is indeed what happens when you finish a massekhet which is last in the seder, you massekhet X v'seder Y (see text of hadran in artscroll, e.g., massekhet Horayot) – mbloch Feb 23 '18 at 10:08

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