If you are just getting started learning Talmud, here are some great resources for learning Talmud and understanding key terms. There are also great diagrams of who all the rabbis were and where they fell.
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I have the older Steinsaltz Reference Guide, so I don’t know much about the newer version, but this was a great resource when I was first learning Gemara in college. I like the Frank Dictionary it’s easy to digest and understand key phrases.
What other resources did you first use when learning Gemara.
I’ll be working through the Gemara of Megillah with my daughter for the next year, maybe a little Yerushalmi, and Esther Rabba and beginning Sukkot with my next daughter.
Some other resources:
- 5-minute Daf Yomi Podcast with Shmuel Herzfeld https://rabbishmuelherzfeld.podbean.com/
- WhatsApp Group Daf Yomi on One Foot with Rabbi Nissan Antine https://chat.whatsapp.com/E5vd8iQ0GWxBfjE4G0rL6A
- Reshet Ramah: Daf Yomi for Ramah Alumni
- Jewish Women Daf Yomi About Anything
- Hashtag Daf Yomi with Caroline Musin Berkowitz
- Daf Yomi 4 Women
- Real Clear Daf
- הדרן – קול נשי בשיח התלמודי Hadran
- Daf Yomi In Haiku https://inhaiku.wordpress.com/