Gittin (Hebrew: גיטין) is a tractate of the Mishnah and the Talmud, and is part of the order of Nashim. The content of the tractate primarily deals with the legal provisions related to halakhic divorce, in particular, the laws relating to the Get (divorce document), although the tractate contains a number of other social provisions which are only vaguely related to that subject, but which offer numerous historical references related to the time of the Jewish uprising. The laws of the divorce itself, including when a divorce is permitted or even required, are discussed in other tractates, namely Ketubot.
|Tractate of the Talmud|
|Number of Mishnahs:||57|
|Babylonian Talmud pages:||90|
|Jerusalem Talmud pages:||54|
- "Introduction to Masechet Gittin". Orthodox Union. July 10, 2008. Retrieved October 14, 2018.
- "The Fall of Betar". chabad.org. Chabad. Retrieved December 1, 2018.
- "Gittin, Introduction to Gittin". Sefaria. Retrieved November 4, 2018.
The situations in which divorce is permitted, justified, or even obligatory are discussed in other tractates, especially Ketubot.
- The Recent Study of Hebrew: A Survey of the Literature with Selected Bibliography, Nahum M. Waldman, Eisenbrauns, 1989
- Mishnah Gittin text in Hebrew
- Full Hebrew and English text of the Mishnah for tractate Gittin on Sefaria
- Full Hebrew and English text of the Talmud Bavli for tractate Gittin on Sefaria
- Full Hebrew text of the Talmud Yerushalmi for tractate Gittin on Sefaria
- Full Hebrew text of the Tosefta for tractate Gittin on Sefaria
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