Moshe KOSOVSKY ed., Concordance to the Talmud Yerushalmi (Palestinian Talmud), Israel Academy of Sciences and Humanities and Jewish Theological Seminary of America, Jerusalem: Vol. I (aleph-an), 1979, 960 + 12 + 4 pp.; Vol. II (ana - datri), 1982, 938 + 10 + 4 pp.; Vol. III (heh-(hatar), 1984, 790 + 14 + 4 pp. , $ 65.00 each

Moshe KOSOVSKY ed., Concordance to the Talmud Yerushalmi (Palestinian Talmud), Israel Academy of... 274 The book concludes with two Appendices, the first devoted to the Literary Form of the Halakhah, the second to traditional responses to the problem of the mamzer. Within the scholarly community, those who are open to an historical approach to Jewish law will not find much that is new in this book, and those outside the scholarly community who are resistant to such an ap- proach will not be convinced by it. B. S. JACKSON REVIEW OF BOOKS Moshe KOSOVSKY ed., Concordance to the Talmud Yerushalmi (Palestinian Talmud), Israel Academy of Sciences and Humanities and Jewish Theological Seminary of America, Jerusalem: Vol. I (aleph-an), 1979, 960 + 12 + 4 pp.; Vol. II (ana - datri), 1982, 938 + 10 + 4 pp.; Vol. III (heh- [hatar), 1984, 790 + 14 + 4 pp. , $ 65.00 each. Unlike the Babylonian Talmud, the Palestinian Talmud never attained a continuing tradition of interpretation over the generations. Nor did it come down to us in more than one fairly complete manuscript, that at Leyden which formed the basis of the first printed edition, Venice, 1524. Neither of these is free from frequent corruptions of text, which make for added http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal for the Study of Judaism Brill

Moshe KOSOVSKY ed., Concordance to the Talmud Yerushalmi (Palestinian Talmud), Israel Academy of Sciences and Humanities and Jewish Theological Seminary of America, Jerusalem: Vol. I (aleph-an), 1979, 960 + 12 + 4 pp.; Vol. II (ana - datri), 1982, 938 + 10 + 4 pp.; Vol. III (heh-(hatar), 1984, 790 + 14 + 4 pp. , $ 65.00 each

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© 1985 Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, The Netherlands
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274 The book concludes with two Appendices, the first devoted to the Literary Form of the Halakhah, the second to traditional responses to the problem of the mamzer. Within the scholarly community, those who are open to an historical approach to Jewish law will not find much that is new in this book, and those outside the scholarly community who are resistant to such an ap- proach will not be convinced by it. B. S. JACKSON REVIEW OF BOOKS Moshe KOSOVSKY ed., Concordance to the Talmud Yerushalmi (Palestinian Talmud), Israel Academy of Sciences and Humanities and Jewish Theological Seminary of America, Jerusalem: Vol. I (aleph-an), 1979, 960 + 12 + 4 pp.; Vol. II (ana - datri), 1982, 938 + 10 + 4 pp.; Vol. III (heh- [hatar), 1984, 790 + 14 + 4 pp. , $ 65.00 each. Unlike the Babylonian Talmud, the Palestinian Talmud never attained a continuing tradition of interpretation over the generations. Nor did it come down to us in more than one fairly complete manuscript, that at Leyden which formed the basis of the first printed edition, Venice, 1524. Neither of these is free from frequent corruptions of text, which make for added

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