Review of Books / Journal for the Study of Judaism 41 (2010) 94-151 135 Git ̣ t ̣ in: Scheidesbriefe. Translated by Bill Rebiger. (Übersetzung des Talmud Yerushalmi III/5). Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2008. Pp. xxii, 249. Hardback. €99.00. ISBN 978-3-16-149249-5. The excellent German translation of the Talmud of Jerusalem ( Übersetzung des Talmud Yerushalmi ; ÜTY) is edited by Hengel, Schäfer, Becker and Hüttenmeister. This Talmud, forgotten in the shadows of the Talmud Bavli, occupies now a priv- ileged place in the rabbinic literature and in modern studies. The edition of ÜTY has been part of this success. Each book in this series oﬀers not only a translation but also a commentary. The exhaustive list of rabbinic parallels facilitates com- parative studies. This volume is the 23rd of the collection, started in 1975 and with over half of the Talmud translated so far. Gittin , one of the tractates of the Book of Women ( Nashim ), means “writs of divorce.” The get (in singular) is the document issued by the husband to his wife to be separated. The sages determine how to be written, how to deliver it and how to use it. Rebinger works as lecturer
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