The Soncino Talmud was published from 1935–1952, [10] under the general editorship of Rabbi Isidore Epstein.[11] The translation is distributed both on its own (18 volumes) and in a parallel text edition (35 volumes), in which each English page faces the Aramaic/Hebrew page; it was available also on CD-ROM, as below.

The work provides a precise and concise literal translation, [12] [13] with detailed footnotes referencing the classical commentaries. Each of the six Sedarim has its own introduction, and the introduction to each of the individual Tractates includes a topic-summary for each chapter.

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