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Biblical and Talmudic units of measurement were used primarily by ancient Israelites and appear frequently within the Hebrew Bible as well as in later Judaic scripture, such as the Mishnah and Talmud. These units of measurement are still an important part of Jewish life today.There is much debate within Judaism, as well as by outside scholars, about the exact relationship between measurements in the system and those in other measurement systems, such as the English units system used in the United States of America. Classical statements, such as that an Etzba was seven barleycorns laid side by side, or that a Log was equal to six medium-sized eggs, are so indefinite and vague as to be nearly useless.Nevertheless, the entire system of measurement corresponds almost exactly with the Babylonia

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  • Biblical and Talmudic units of measurement
  • Maße und Gewichte in der Bibel
  • 聖書の度量衡
  • Древнееврейская система мер
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  • Die folgenden Tabellen geben eine Übersicht über die Maße und Gewichte, die in der Bibel vorkommen. Es ist, soweit möglich, jeweils der etwaige Wert in modernen Maßeinheiten angegeben; dazu beispielhafte Bibelstellen, in denen die jeweilige Einheit erwähnt wird.
  • 聖書の度量衡(せいしょのどりょうこう)は聖書に記された古代の度量衡である。
  • Древнееврейская система мер — система мер используемая в древнееврейских источниках начиная с Танаха и получившая дополнительное развитие в период составления мишны и талмуда. Аналоги мер используемых в Танахе встречаются в месопотамской и, в меньшей степени, в древнеегипетской системах мер. В более поздние времена, таннаи и амораи, авторы мишны и талмуда заимствовали дополнительные меры из современных им персидских и древнегреческих систем. Древнееврейская система мер имеет ограниченное применение и по сей день, так как многие постулаты еврейской галахи выражены именно в этой системе мер. Конвертирование древнееврейских мер в современную десятичную систему, такую как СИ представляет определённые трудности и является предметом дебатов среди авторитетов в области галахи.
  • Biblical and Talmudic units of measurement were used primarily by ancient Israelites and appear frequently within the Hebrew Bible as well as in later Judaic scripture, such as the Mishnah and Talmud. These units of measurement are still an important part of Jewish life today.There is much debate within Judaism, as well as by outside scholars, about the exact relationship between measurements in the system and those in other measurement systems, such as the English units system used in the United States of America. Classical statements, such as that an Etzba was seven barleycorns laid side by side, or that a Log was equal to six medium-sized eggs, are so indefinite and vague as to be nearly useless.Nevertheless, the entire system of measurement corresponds almost exactly with the Babylonia
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