Megilla
Teacher Title תקציר Course
Rav Ezra Bick Introduction to Massechet Megilla Introduction to the Study of Talmud
scan of Megilla 21a Introduction to the Study of Talmud
Rav Ezra Bick 21a Introduction to the Study of Talmud
Rav Ezra Bick 21a Introduction to the Study of Talmud
Rav Ezra Bick 21a-b Introduction to the Study of Talmud
Rav Ezra Bick 21b Introduction to the Study of Talmud
Rav Ezra Bick 21b Introduction to the Study of Talmud
Rav Ezra Bick 21b Introduction to the Study of Talmud
Rav Ezra Bick 21b-22a Introduction to the Study of Talmud
Rav Ezra Bick 22a The gemara in Megilla asks, how do we divide up the reading on Rosh Chodesh among four people without violating one of the rules of reading. Those rules prevent beginning or ending an aliya within three verses of a parsha... Introduction to the Study of Talmud
Rav Ezra Bick 22a Introduction to the Study of Talmud
Rav Ezra Bick 22b Introduction to the Study of Talmud
Rav Ezra Bick 22b Introduction to the Study of Talmud
Rav Michael Siev 23a-b Introduction to the Study of Talmud
Rav Michael Siev 23b Introduction to the Study of Talmud
Rav Michael Siev 23b-24a Introduction to the Study of Talmud
Rav Michael Siev 24a The first topic is the mishna's ruling that one who is called to the Torah should not read less than three pesukim. We go to the beginning of the gemara, which is the fourth line of 24a. Introduction to the Study of Talmud
Rav Michael Siev 24a-24b Introduction to the Study of Talmud
Rav Michael Siev 24b Introduction to the Study of Talmud
Rav Michael Siev 23a Introduction to the Study of Talmud
Rav Michael Siev 24b Introduction to the Study of Talmud
Rav Michael Siev 24b-25a Introduction to the Study of Talmud
Rav Michael Siev 25a Introduction to the Study of Talmud
Rav Michael Siev 25a-25b Introduction to the Study of Talmud
Rav Michael Siev 25b-26a Introduction to the Study of Talmud

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