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Where does the Talmud Bavli come from?




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Answer: Babylon

The are two Talmuds: (1) the Babylonian Talmud (aka Talmud Bavli), which was composed and compiled by Babylonian Sages in 500 C.E. and (2) the Jerusalem Talmud, which was composed and compiled in Israel at the end of the 5th century C.E.


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