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Tractate Makot

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Tractate Makot: Talmudic tractate that discusses the laws of perjured witnesses, the cities of refuge for inadvertent murderers, and finally the laws of corporal punishment administered by the courts—hence the name of the tractate: Makos, "lashes
The first two chapters of Makos discuss, respectively, the laws of perjured witnesses and the cities of refuge for inadvertent murderers. The third and final chapter details the laws of corporal punishment administered by the courts—hence the name of the ...
Nine Days Siyum
The first two chapters of Makos discuss, respectively, the laws of perjured witnesses and the cities of refuge for inadvertent murderers. The third and final chapter details the laws of corporal punishment administered by the courts—hence the name of the ...
Nine Days Siyum
The first two chapters of Makos discuss, respectively, the laws of perjured witnesses and the cities of refuge for inadvertent murderers. The third and final chapter details the laws of corporal punishment administered by the courts—hence the name of the ...
Nine Days Siyum
The first two chapters of Makos discuss, respectively, the laws of perjured witnesses and the cities of refuge for inadvertent murderers. The third and final chapter details the laws of corporal punishment administered by the courts—hence the name of the ...
Tractate Makot
The first two chapters of Makos discuss, respectively, the laws of perjured witnesses and the cities of refuge for inadvertent murderers. The third and final chapter details the laws of corporal punishment administered by the courts—hence the name of the ...
Tractate Makot
The first two chapters of Makos discuss, respectively, the laws of perjured witnesses and the cities of refuge for inadvertent murderers. The third and final chapter details the laws of corporal punishment administered by the courts—hence the name of the ...
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