The Talmud is a commentary on the Mishna (the oral law) written in Babylonia containing discourses of Amoraim spanning the 3th-5th century

The Talmud Bavli was written by Ravina and Rav Ashi in Babylonia. It consists of over 5000 pages and has had many, many written on it. The most prevalent are: , , ,, , , , and . Rashi is universally accepted as the simple explanation. This Talmud is the basis for all Jewish Halacha - law today.

Here are the Bavli Masechtos (Tractates), see for full list:

Zra'im (Seeds)

Mo'ed (Holiday)

Nashim (Women)

Nezikin (damages)

Kodshim (consecrated things)

Taharot (Ritual purity)

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