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In this six-part series, Jacob Neusner, one of the foremost scholars of Judaic studies, translates and explains each tractate in the Mishnaic law of Holy Things. Neusner uncovers the history of the formation of early Rabbinic Judaism, down to the redaction of Mishnah in 200 A.D. Neusner evaluates the meaning of these tractates in their original contexts and analyzes which literary and intellectual traits these sources exhibit, providing invaluable insight into the Mishnaic Temple and the cult surrounding it.
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Jacob Neusner is research professor of theology and senior fellow of the Institute of Advanced Theology at Bard College.