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Sacred Books of the East
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Tanakh (Hebrew Bible)
The Tanakh is the Hebrew Bible, the quintessential sacred text. The first five books of this comprise the Torah (or Pentateuch), the core sacred writings of the ancient Jews, traditionally written by Moses under divine inspiration.
Talmud and Mishna
The Babylonian Talmud
Translated by M.L. Rodkinson 
The Talmud: Selections
by H. Polano 
This is a beautiful extract from the Talmud, which has been used as liturgy. Devoted to ethics with some mystical touches, the Pirqe Aboth is distinguished for its transparency and simplicity. This was one of the first English translations in modern times of any portion of the Talmud. Hebraic Literature Edited by Maurice Harris 
Extracts from the Talmud, Midrash and Kabbalah. Tractate Sanhedrin, Mishnah and Tosefta by Herbert Danby 
A key portion of the Mishna dealing with crime and punishment Tractate Berakoth by A. Lukyn Williams 
The Mishna about prayer.
Legends of the Jews
by Louis Ginzberg .
The Zohar is a Kabbalistic commentary on the Hebrew Bible. This is the only extensive English translation of a portion of the Zohar currently in the public domain. Covers Adam to Abraham. Jewish Mysticism by J. Abelson 
The Kabbalah in the context of the history of Jewish Mysticism. The Kabbalah, or the Religious Philosophy of the Hebrews by Adolphe Franck 
Did the Kabbalah originate from Zoroastrianism?
by Bernhard Pick 
Tales and Maxims from the Midrash
by Samuel Rapaport 
The Sacred Books and Early Literature of the East, Vol. IV: Medieval Hebrew
Other texts from late Antiquity and Middle Ages
The Kitab al Khazari
of Judah Hallevi, translated by Hartwig Hirschfeld 
Original Hebrew of a Portion of Ecclesiasticus
Haggada For Pesach According To Chabad-Lubavitch Custom
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