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The History of Torah Shebeal Pe

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RASHI RIF RAMBAM ROSH TUR SHULCHAN ARUCH SHACH GEMARA BREISA R. Shlomo Yitzchaki 1040-1135
Troyes, France

WORKS:
Pirush on Torah, Nach, Gemara, Responsa "I will place for the illumination of my face the lights of a pure candelabrum — the commentaries of Rabbi Shlomo (Rashi), crown of beauty and glory ... in Scripture, Mishnah, and Talmud, to him belongs the rights of the firstborn!" - Ramban, Introduction to Pirush on Torah R. Yitzchak ben Yaakov Alfasi
(al-Fez) 1013-1103

b. Kal’a in Algeria,
Moved to Fez , Morocco. Then fled to Cordova Spain, becoming Rav of community of Lucena.

WORKS:
Sefer Halachos on most of Shas(first major work codifying halachos systematically from the gemara) R. Moshe ben Maimon 1135-1204
b. in Cordova, Spain. Lived in Cairo, Egypt.
WORKS:
Pirush Hamishnayos, Yad Hachazoka Moreh Nevuchim Letters, Teshuvos R. Asher ben Yechiel 1250-1328
b. Germany. Moved to Toledo during Crusades in 1306 to Toledo, Spain.
WORKS:Halachik Gloss on GemoraTosafos HaRoshOrchos Chaim(Ethical Work for his sons)ResponsaCommentary on Zeraim and Taharos R. Yaakov ben Asher
(son of the Rosh) 1269 - 1343
b. Cologne, Germany, died Toledo, Spain

WORKS:Arba Turim(First work to divide halacha into 4 catergories: Orach Chaim, Yoreh Deah, Choshen Mishpat and Even Ha’Ezer)
Sefer HaRamozim (Otherwise known as Kitzur Piskei HaRosh)
Baal HaTurim (Work on Torah, incorporating much use of gematria) R. Yosef ben Ephraim Karo 1488 – 1575b. Toledo, moved to Tzfat
WORKS:
Beis Yosef(Work sourcing and adding to the Tur)
Kesef Mishna(Pirush on the entire Yad of the Rambam)
Shulchan Aruch(The authoritative codification of Jewish law accepted almost globally)
Klolei ha-Talmud on the methodology of the Talmud
Avkas Rochel Responsa
Maggid Meisharim (conversations with an angel)Derashos R. Shabtai HaKohen 1622 – 1663
b. Vilna

WORKS:
Shach(Sifsei Kohein on Yoreh Deah)
Nekudos HaKesef(Glossses on the Taz) Matan Torah Churban
Bayis Sheini Churban
Bayis Rishon David HaMelech Bayis Rishon Miracle
of Purim Miracle
of Chanuka 2448 : -1312 3828 : 68 3337 : -423 2883 : -877 2935 : -825 3600 : -160 3405 : -355 2000 CE 1000 CE 0 CE -1000 BCE -500 BCE 500 BCE 1500 BCE Entering Israel 2488 : -1272 1400 BCE 1300 BCE 1200 BCE 1100 BCE 1600 BCE 1700 BCE 1800 BCE 1900 BCE 2012 BCE R. AKIVA EIGER 1761 – 1837
b. Eisenstadt

WORKS:
Chiddushim on Shas
Gilyon Hashas
Chiddushim on Shulchan Aruch
Responsa IGROS MOSHE R. Moshe Feinstein 1895 - 1986
b. Russia
Posek and Rosh Yeshiva

WORKS:
Igros Moshe on Halocha
Dibros Moshe on Shas
Devar Moshe on Torah Tanatic Teaching from the end of the era of the Tanaim. This Breisa is attributed to Rabbe Yehuda HaNassi and his contemporaries.
Published around the year 190 Compilers:
Rav Ashi & Ravina Rav Ashi was the head of the yeshiva in Sura from 375 - 427. He began the redaction of the Gemara.
It was completed by Ravina who passed away in the year 499. PAGE 1 PAGE 2 PAGE 3 PAGE 4 PAGE 5 PAGE 6 PAGE 7 PAGE 8 Anshei Knesses HaGedola Zuggos Tanaim Amoraim Savoraim Rishonim Geonim Achronim Melochim Shoftim SHIUR TITLE... Mezuza Torah Shebe'al Pe R. Yehuda HaNassi
Generation 34 R. Ashi
Generation 47 Rif
Generation 100 Rashi
Generation 103 Rambam
Generation 106 Rosh
Generation 109 Rav Yosef Karo
Generation 119 Tur
Generation 110 Shach
Generation 123 R. Akiva Eiger
Generation 130 R. Moshe Feinstein
Generation 136 R. Avraham Friedman shlita
Generation 137 YOU!
Generation 138
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