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Shabbat (Hebrew: שבת‎‎) is first tractate (book) in the Order (Mishnaic section) of Moed, of the Mishnah and Talmud. The tractate consists of 24 chapters. The tractate primarily deals with laws relating to Shabbat (the weekly day of rest), and the activities prohibited on Shabbat (the 39 prohibitions) and distinguishes between Biblical prohibitions and Rabbinic prohibitions. It also discusses special Rabbinic decrees to reinforce the concept of rest on Sabbath (see muktzah, articles that may not be used or moved on Sabbath, chapters 3 and 17) and to enhance its sanctity, such as forbidding pursuit of business and discussing forbidden matters (chapter 23) and pursuing weekday activities.

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  • Shabbat (in ebraico: שבת ‎?) è il primo trattato (libro) dell'Ordine (sezione) di Moed, nella Mishnah e nel Talmud. Il trattato comprende 24 capitoli. Il trattato esamina principalmente le leggi che regolano lo Shabbat (il giorno settimanale di riposo) e le attività proibite ("melachah") in questo giorno (39 proibizioni), distinguendo tra le proibizioni bibliche e quelle rabbiniche. Discute anche degli speciali decreti rabbinici che rinforzano il concetto di riposo nel sabato, e accrescono la sua santità, come il divieto di trattar affari, discutere di materie proibite (capitolo 23) e svolgere attività normalmente svolte durante il resto della settimana.
  • Shabbat (Hebrew: שבת‎‎) is first tractate (book) in the Order (Mishnaic section) of Moed, of the Mishnah and Talmud. The tractate consists of 24 chapters. The tractate primarily deals with laws relating to Shabbat (the weekly day of rest), and the activities prohibited on Shabbat (the 39 prohibitions) and distinguishes between Biblical prohibitions and Rabbinic prohibitions. It also discusses special Rabbinic decrees to reinforce the concept of rest on Sabbath (see muktzah, articles that may not be used or moved on Sabbath, chapters 3 and 17) and to enhance its sanctity, such as forbidding pursuit of business and discussing forbidden matters (chapter 23) and pursuing weekday activities.
  • Le traité Shabbat est le premier traité de l'ordre Moed de la Mishna. L'objet du traité est principalement les lois concernant le jour de Shabbat pendant lequel on doit suspendre tout travail selon ce qui est écrit dans la Torah "Observe le jour du Sabbat pour le sanctifier,"" "tu n'y feras aucun travail". Ce traité compte 24 chapitres qui détaillent les 39 types de travaux interdits pendant la Shabbat.La gémara du traité Shabbat est éditée en 157 feuillets dans le Talmud de Babylone et en 92 dans le Talmud de Jérusalem.
  • Sjabbat (Hebreeuws: שבת, lett.: Rust) is het eerste traktaat (Masechet) van de Orde Mo'eed (Seder Mo'eed) van de Misjna en de Talmoed. Het traktaat telt 24 hoofdstukken. Zowel in de Jeruzalemse als de Babylonische Talmoed kent het traktaat Gemara. Het traktaat Sjabbat behandelt in 24 hoofdstukken de 39 verboden activiteiten op de Sjabbat (Melacha). Naast de 39 Melacha bevat het traktaat ook voorschriften over het verbod om bepaalde voorwerpen te verplaatsen op de Sjabbat (Muktzah). In de Jeruzalemse Talmoed beslaat het traktaat 92 folia en in de Babylonische Talmoed telt het traktaat 157 folia.
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  • Le traité Shabbat est le premier traité de l'ordre Moed de la Mishna. L'objet du traité est principalement les lois concernant le jour de Shabbat pendant lequel on doit suspendre tout travail selon ce qui est écrit dans la Torah "Observe le jour du Sabbat pour le sanctifier,"" "tu n'y feras aucun travail". Ce traité compte 24 chapitres qui détaillent les 39 types de travaux interdits pendant la Shabbat.La gémara du traité Shabbat est éditée en 157 feuillets dans le Talmud de Babylone et en 92 dans le Talmud de Jérusalem. * Portail de la culture juive et du judaïsme Portail de la culture juive et du judaïsme
  • Shabbat (in ebraico: שבת ‎?) è il primo trattato (libro) dell'Ordine (sezione) di Moed, nella Mishnah e nel Talmud. Il trattato comprende 24 capitoli. Il trattato esamina principalmente le leggi che regolano lo Shabbat (il giorno settimanale di riposo) e le attività proibite ("melachah") in questo giorno (39 proibizioni), distinguendo tra le proibizioni bibliche e quelle rabbiniche. Discute anche degli speciali decreti rabbinici che rinforzano il concetto di riposo nel sabato, e accrescono la sua santità, come il divieto di trattar affari, discutere di materie proibite (capitolo 23) e svolgere attività normalmente svolte durante il resto della settimana.
  • Sjabbat (Hebreeuws: שבת, lett.: Rust) is het eerste traktaat (Masechet) van de Orde Mo'eed (Seder Mo'eed) van de Misjna en de Talmoed. Het traktaat telt 24 hoofdstukken. Zowel in de Jeruzalemse als de Babylonische Talmoed kent het traktaat Gemara. Het traktaat handelt over de sjabbatwetten (de wekelijkse rustdag). In de Thora staat immers geschreven dat men op de Sjabbat dient te rusten en te heiligen en dat men op deze dag niet mag werken omdat God de wereld in zes dagen schiep en op de zevende dag rustte. Wat nu precies onder de verboden werkzaamheden valt meldt de Tenach niet, maar wordt in de mondelinge leer (Talmoed) behandeld. Het traktaat Sjabbat behandelt in 24 hoofdstukken de 39 verboden activiteiten op de Sjabbat (Melacha). Naast de 39 Melacha bevat het traktaat ook voorschriften over het verbod om bepaalde voorwerpen te verplaatsen op de Sjabbat (Muktzah). In de Jeruzalemse Talmoed beslaat het traktaat 92 folia en in de Babylonische Talmoed telt het traktaat 157 folia.
  • Shabbat (Hebrew: שבת‎‎) is first tractate (book) in the Order (Mishnaic section) of Moed, of the Mishnah and Talmud. The tractate consists of 24 chapters. The tractate primarily deals with laws relating to Shabbat (the weekly day of rest), and the activities prohibited on Shabbat (the 39 prohibitions) and distinguishes between Biblical prohibitions and Rabbinic prohibitions. It also discusses special Rabbinic decrees to reinforce the concept of rest on Sabbath (see muktzah, articles that may not be used or moved on Sabbath, chapters 3 and 17) and to enhance its sanctity, such as forbidding pursuit of business and discussing forbidden matters (chapter 23) and pursuing weekday activities.
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