Collection: Talmud help books

The literature of the Talmud included a huge amount of commentaries and chapters and books which are called additions and innovations. Additions most often belong to Ashkenazi authors from France and Germany. Innovations is also close in meaning to commentary on the Talmud by various authors such as Ramban Ritva'a. Those with innovations and additions entered the printings of various books and in principle Talmud Vilna and of course are found in sets of Talmud in modern editions. Those who have additions are included in the list of up to 39 authors - for example Rabbi Meir ben Shmuel - Rashi's son-in-law, Rabbi Shmuel ben Meir (Rashvam) - Rashi's grandson, Rabbi Yitzchak ben Meir (ריב"ם) - brother of the Rashi.
Talmud help books
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