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Online Rabbinic Literature

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Bar Ilan Responsa Project

Responsa Project - Torah literature and Jewish texts | פרויקט השו"ת - ספרות תורנית

This database includes Torah, Talmud, codes, and commentaries in addition to works of responsa. Texts are available in Hebrew only. Basic searching is available to anyone, but advanced features are only available to subscribers.  The HUC community can access the full features through the Jewish Studies Portal



The Babylonian Talmud Translated by M.L. Rodkinson [1918]

This abridgement of the Talmud covers Mo'ed and Nezikin only.



Jewish texts at Snunit

Includes the Hebrew texts of the Tanakh, Mishnah, Tosefta, Talmud Bavli, Talmud Yerushalmi, and Mishneh Torah



The Comprehensive Aramaic Lexicon at HUC-JIR Cincinnati

Complete online texts of all Jewish Aramaic resources, talmudic, midrashic, and targumic, along with a complete set

of research tools for Targumic studies



Midrash Bibliography / edited by Lewis Barth, et al


The Guide for the Perplexed / by Moses Maimonides Translated from the Original Arabic Text by M. Friedlander, Ph.d Second Edition ; Revised Throughout 1904.



Pirqe Rabbi Eliezer Electronic Text Editing Project, Lewis M. Barth, Editor



Seforim Online

Many older rabbinic works are available in PDF form on this site.



Halacha Yomi

A translation of the "Kitzur Shulchan Aruch" by Shlomo Ganzfried



Hebrew Books

Rabbinic works (~1280) and journals (~800) published in the United States are available in PDF form on this site. Also includes biographical information on American Rabbis.




Talmud at e-Daf.com

This site has images of Talmud pages with audio files in English, Hebrew, and Yiddish.



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