Hebrew monthly review, devoted to Talmudical and rabbinical studies and literature; founded in 1881 by Isaac Hirsch Weiss and Meïr Friedmann, at Vienna, and published by the former until its discontinuance in 1886.

Besides the editors, among the contributors to this monthly were such scholars as Buber, Brüll, A. Epstein, Güdemann, Reifmann, Schechter, and many others prominent in the domain of Jewish learning. Some of the articles published in "Bet-Talmud" were also printed separately.

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