Siyum: Masechta Tomid

Sunday, 18 September, 2011 - 10:30 pm

The students of Shiur Gimmel recently completed Masechta (tractate) Tomid during the afternoon Girsa Seder. They began learning the Masechta in conjunction with the period of the year known as the "three weeks", and spent several weeks learning it in-depth. Their study was highlighted by a daily multimedia presentation prepared exclusively for the Rabbinical College of Australia & New Zealand, which has been developed and enhanced over the last six years. Being that Masechta Tomid focuses on the architecture and daily service of the Beis Hamikdosh, the opportunity to employ visual multimedia technology greatly aided the students in their comprehension of the Gemoro text.

Another highlight was a hands-on presentation of the internal anatomy of a sheep, knowledge of which is requisite in order to properly understand a certain section of the Gemoro (Tomid 31a). Special thanks to Rabbi Avremel Krinsky for his help.

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