What is another word for Talmudic literature?

Pronunciation: [talmjˈuːdɪk lˈɪtɹɪt͡ʃə] (IPA)

Talmudic literature is a vast subject that encompasses many different types of writings. Synonyms for the term can be found in the various genres of Jewish literature. The Mishnah is one of the most important works of Talmudic literature, and it is often used synonymously with the term itself. Other synonyms for Talmudic literature include Midrashic literature, Aggadic literature, and Halachic literature. Each of these genres has a distinct focus and purpose within the broader world of Jewish literature. However, they are all interconnected and provide a rich legacy of legal and ethical wisdom that has shaped Jewish thought and practice for centuries.

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