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The Silver Ingot Case

The Talmud on Migo, Lesson 4

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The Silver Ingot Case: The Talmud on Migo, Lesson 4

This Talmud class explores Talmudic principle of 'Migo', a logic often employed by the court to ascertain the veracity of a claim. We analyze a real case of litigation that presented a dilemma to Rabbi Ami, wherein only one witness was produced to verify the claim. The sages examine if this is similar to the famous case of Rabbi Abba’s silver ingot.
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