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The compilers of the Talmud are known as the amora'im (singular amora).

The Talmud is a combination of a core text, the Mishnah and a later commentary, called the gemara (literally means "addition"). There is only one Mishnah, but there are two distinct gemaras. Both gemaras were developed by many rabbis over a few centuries.

They include:

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