Tractates of the Talmud
Blessings & Prayers (Liturgical rules).
Corners of fields and gleanings left for the poor.
Produce bought from a person whose tithings are suspect.
Forbidden mixtures of plants, animals, and clothing.
The Sabbatical Year.
Produce set aside as gifts for the Kohanim.
Tithes given to the Levites.
Tithes eaten in Yerushalayim.
The portion of dough given to the Kohanim.
Forbidden fruits of trees during the first four years after planting.
First fruits brought to the Beit Hamikdash.
Sabbath observance: The 39 forbidden labors of the Sabbath.
Rabbinical decrees regarding the Sabbath (Extension of Sabbath boundaries).
Observance of the Pesach / Passover festival & the Paschal lamb.
The annual half-shekel head tax paid to the Beit Hamikdash.
Observance of Yom Kippur.
Observance of Sukkot.
The Rabbinical decrees regarding the Festivals.
Observance of Rosh Hashana.
Public Fast Days.
Reading Megillat Esther on Purim.
The Intermediate days of Pesach / Passover & Sukkot.
Sacrificial offerings during the three Pilgrimage Festivals.
Levirate Marriage, Chalitzah, Agunot.
Marriage contracts, and financial obligations, The mutual rights and duties of husband & wife.
The making & annulment of vows and oaths.
The Nazirite vows.
The suspected adultress.
Laws of divorce and the annulment of marriage.
Laws of marriage (betrothals).
Damage to person & property, loans and interest, stolen goods.
Lost & found property, embezzlement, fraud, usury, sales, rentals, rights of hired laborers.
Real estate, possessions, inheritance, partnership, evidence, testimony.
The Judiciary, judicial procedure, capital punishment.
False witnesses, exile (cities of refuge), corporal punishment.
Oaths, private or court administered.
Idolatry and superstitions.
Ethics of the Fathers.
Erroneous judicial rulings.
Animal & bird sacrifices in the Beit Hamikdash.
Flour offerings, wine libations.
Laws of non-sacred animal slaughter & dietary laws.
Firstborns - human and animal.
Valuation & consecration of personal worth to the Beit Hamikdash.
Exchange of sanctified things.
Spiritual excision and sin-offerings.
Trespass (sacreligious treatment) of Beit Hamikdash property.
Daily morning & evening sacrifice.
Beit Hamikdash architecture.
Birds (nests) offerings.
Ritual uncleanness of utensils and garments.
The defilement caused by a corpse to houses.
The complex laws of Tzaraat.
Regulations concerning the red heifer.
Lesser degrees of uncleanliness lasting until sunset.
Ritual baths and immersion.
The laws of family purity.
Liquids and foods that are susceptible to ritual uncleanness.
Secretions which render a person unclean.
Cleanness acquired at sunset after daytime immersion.
The defilement of the hands and their purification.
Fruits and plants susceptible to uncleanness.
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