The Jerusalem Talmud, or Yerushalmi, is a commentary on the oral law (the Mishnah) of Israel that ties that oral law to the written law (the Torah, the Hebrew Scripture). Completed about 200 years prior to The Babylonian Talmud. Now all thirty-nine Yerushalmi tractates, as translated by Professor Neusner and Tzvee Zahavy, have been brought together in a single searchable resource. In addition to a preface and general introduction to the whole work, Professor Neusner has provided fresh and helpful introductions to each of the tractates. He has also provided within his translation the references to Bible verses alluded to in the Yerushalmi.
“stun [the sacrificial animals before they are slaughtered” (source)
“‘May what I eat of your food be prohibited to me as is a sacrifice prohibited to me,’ all conveyed in the word ‘Qorban.’ Having said that, the person may not eat the food of the other.” (source)
“Passages in Hebrew are in Roman type; passages in Aramaic, in italics.” (source)
“Five things of the First Temple were lacking in the last Temple.” (source)
“‘Fire, ark, Urim and Thummim, anointing oil, and Holy Spirit.” (source)