Talk:Amoraim

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C'est quoi amare —The preceding unsigned comment was added by 83.177.135.2 (talkcontribs).

Eleazar Kalir[edit]

Removed the following, because Eleazar Kalir lived in the early Middle Ages.

đyes dostum hadi bana çus--188.59.149.212 (talk) 09:34, 14 August 2010 (UTC)

Idea for Talmud articles[edit]

I am reposting the following request from User Sh76us (talk · contribs) on my user talk page for wider notification:

I was thinking of trying to stimulate development of a series of articles on Gemara concepts and doctrines, maybe to help children or newcomers to Gemara with explanations of some fundamental concepts that recur throughout the Gemara. Some examples might be articles on Yiush, Chazakah, Ta'aninun (as in "Ta'aninun L'Yoresh"), Eidim Zomemin (forgive my awful transliterations), Migu, etc., etc. Maybe we could even create a category or subcategory for it. I created Breira in this vein. As I don't have the experience or expertise in Wikipedia to know what to do to best develop this idea, I figured I'd come to you for your opinions on: (1) whether it's a good idea; and (2) How to best go about implementing it. Thanks Sh76us (talk) 15:56, 14 January 2008 (UTC)

Centralized discussion at: Wikipedia talk:WikiProject Judaism#Idea for Talmud articles. Thank you. IZAK (talk) 03:42, 15 January 2008 (UTC)