Tables & Packs

These Tables and Packs of Tables reflect the Mishneh Torah in tabular form and have also been used for cross-referencing, using QR codes in the Studying Rambam Series books. Below you can find a list of all tables and outlines in pdf form, listed in alphabetical order.  For tables grouped into categories please visit our Packs of Tables page.

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Carrying on Shabbat – Definition of the 4 Domains

39

Carrying on Shabbat – Definitions

40

Carrying on Shabbat – Fencing of Domains

41

Categories of Seeds

42

Causes for Nidui (Ban)

43

Chagigah Offerings on Yom Tov (Shalosh Regalim)

44

Chametz

45

Chanukah

46

Charity

47

Charity Miscellaneous

48

Chaver (Torah Scholars) and Am Haaretz (Unlearned Jews)

49

Chaver (Torah Scholars) and Am Haaretz (Unlearned Jews)

50

Chibur – Transfer of Impurity in Mixtures of Food. (more remote connectives to Food)

51

Cities

52

Classification and General Rules of Sacrifices

53

Classification of Damages

54

Classification of Oaths (Shvuot)

55

Cloth Impurity

56

Clothes Impurity of Zav, Zavah etc

57

Coinage in Relation to Sedei Achuzah (Field of Possession)

58

Combination of Liabilities

59

Combined Evidence of witnesses in Capital and Monetary Cases

60

Communal Fasting

61

Comparison between a get (Bill of Divorce) and a Get Shichrur (Bill of Release of slavery)

62

Comparison between First Korban Pesach and Second Korban Pesach

63

Comparison between Hazama (Conspiring witness) and Hachashah (Contradictory witness)

64

Comparison between Oaths and Nedarim etc

65

Comparison Between Promissory Note and Deed of Sale

66

Comparison in writing of Torah, Tefillin and Mezuzah

67

Comparison of 3 Categories of Damages

68

Comparison of Forbidden Foods from Living Beings

69

Comparison of Kidush and Havdalah

70

Comparison of Mikva and Maayan

71

Comparison of Monetary and Capital Cases

72

Comparison of Torah, Tefillin and Mezuzah

73

Comparison of Various Documents regarding Parties concerned

74

Complex cases of Edim Zomemim Punishment

75

Consecration of Offerings

76

Containers

77

Corpse Impurity ie from a Live Person or Vessel

78

Corpse Impurity. Direct Transmission of Impurity from Av Hatumah ie from Corpse itself

79

Court Allocation per Offence

80

Courtyard Rights between Neighbours

81

Cursing Father or Mother

82

Maaser Behemah (Tithe of cattle)

232

Maaser Sheni

233

Madaf . Person (zav) transmitting to items below him which are not made to lie, sit or ride on i.e.

234

Madaf impurity Person (zav) transmitting to more than 1 item made to be sat, lied or ridden upon b

235

Madaf Impurity. Person transmitting zav impurity to items above him i.e. items not made to be sat, l

236

Madras Impurity

237

Malkot

238

Management of Disqualified Substances

239

Managers of Temple

240

Mashiach (The Messianic King)

241

Measures of Impure Foods

242

Measures of Prohibition in Foods

243

Measuring vessels used in Bet Hamikdash

244

Mechusrei Kaparah (period after mikveh and sunset, before achieving atonement with Sacrifices)

245

Mei Nidah (Waters of Para Adumah) Av Hatumah

246

Meilah with Articles

247

Meilah with Offerings

248

Meilah with People

249

Menachot (Meal Offerings)

250

Menachot Tzibur

251

Menachot Yachid

252

Merkav – Person transmitting impurity i.e. one who has become impure from a zav (Lesser tumah than M

253

Merkav Saddle transmitting impurity (saddle is a lesser impurity than Bed/seat – mishkav/ moshav)

254

Methods of acquiring a wife

255

Metzora

256

Mi Shepara (retraction from a sale)

257

Mikvaot

258

Mikvaot categories

259

Milah (Brit)

260

Misbehaviour of a woman

261

Miscellaneous New Years

262

Miscellaneous Principles with Mitzvot

263

Mishkav Umoshav – Bed / Seat Transmitting Impurity

264

Mishkav Umoshav – Person transmitting impurity i.e. person who has become impure from a zav

265

Miun

266

Mourning Obligation

267

Mourning of a Kohen

268

Mourning on Shabbat, Festivals and other Holy Days

269

Mourning Rites Comparison

270

Muktzeh (set aside) on Yom Tov

271

Murder – Detailed

272

Murder General

273

Musafim (Summary)

274