The Mishnah or Mishna (/ˈmɪʃnə/; מִשְׁנָה, "study by repetition", from the verb shanah שנה, or "to study and review", also "secondary") is the first major written collection of the Jewish oral traditions known as the "Oral Torah". It is also the first major work of Rabbinic literature. The Mishnah was redacted by Judah the Prince at the beginning of the third century CE in a time when, according to the Talmud, the persecution of the Jews and the passage of time raised the possibility that the details of the oral traditions of the Pharisees from the Second Temple period (536 BCE – 70 CE) would be forgotten. Most of the Mishnah is written in Mishnaic Hebrew, while some parts are Aramaic. (from Vikipedia)
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The six Shisha Sedarim of the Mishnah (Mishna) are:
1. Seder Zeraim ("Seeds"), dealing with prayer and blessings, tithes and agricultural laws 11 tractates - Berakhot, Peah, Demai, Kilayim, Sheviit, Terumot, Maasrot, Maaser Sheni, Challah, Orlah, Bikkurim.
2. Seder Moed ("Festival"), pertaining to the laws of the Sabbath and the Festivals
12 tractates - Shabbat, Eruvin, Pesachim, Shekalim, Yoma, Sukkah, Beitzah, Rosh Hashanah, Taanit, Megillah, Moed Katan, Chagigah
3. Seder Nashim ("Women"), concerning marriage and divorce, some forms of oaths and the laws of the nazirite
7 tractates - Yevamot, Ketubot, Nedarim, Nazir, Sotah, Gittin, Kiddushin
4. Seder Nezikin ("Damages"), dealing with civil and criminal law, the functioning of the courts and oaths
10 tractates - Bava Kamma, Bava Metzia, Bava Batra, Sanhedrin, Makkot, Shevuot, Eduyot, Avodah Zarah, Pirkei Avot, Horayot
5. Seder Kodashim ("Holy things"), regarding sacrificial rites, the Temple, and the dietary laws
11 tractates - Zevachim, Menachot, Chullin, Bekhorot, Arakhin, Temurah, Keritot, Meilah, Tamid, Middot, Kinnim
6. Seder Tohorot ("Purities"), pertaining to the laws of purity and impurity, including the impurity of the dead, the laws of food purity and bodily purity
12 tractates - Kelim, Oholot, Negaim, Parah, Tahorot, Mikvaot, Niddah, Makhshirin, Zavim, Tevul Yom, Yadayim, Oktzin
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