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Maimonides: The 613 Mitzvot

613 Mitzvos according to Sefer Hamitzvos of Rambam

Mitzva # 248 Positive Mitzvos

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P  1     Believing in G-d

P  2     Unity of G-d

P  3     Loving G-d

P  4     Fearing G-d

P  5     Worshiping G-d

P  6     Cleaving to G-d

P  7     Taking an oath by G-d's Name

P  8     Walking in G-d's ways

P  9     Sanctifying G-d's Name

P 10     Reading the Shema twice daily

P 11     Studying and teaching Torah

P 12     Wearing Tephillin of the head

P 13     Wearing Tephillin of the hand

P 14     To make Tzitzis

P 15     To affix a Mezuzah

P 16     Hakhel during Sukkos

P 17     A king should write a Torah

P 18     Everyone should write a Torah

P 19     Grace after meals

P 20     Building a Sanctuary for G-d

P 21     Revering the Beis Hamikdosh

P 22     Guarding the Mikdosh

P 23     Levitical services in the Mikdosh

P 24     Ablutions of the Kohanim

P 25     Kindling the lamps by the Kohanim

P 26     Kohanim blessing Israel

P 27     The Showbread

P 28     Burning the Incense

P 29     The perpetual fire on the Altar

P 30     Removing the ashes from the Altar

P 31     Removing tameh persons from the camp

P 32     Honoring the Kohanim

P 33     The Priestly garments

P 34     Kohanim bearing the Ark on their shoulders

P 35     The oil of the Annointment

P 36     Kohanim ministering in watches

P 37     Kohanim defiling themselves for deceased relatives

P 38     Kohein Gadol should only marry a virgin

P 39     Daily Burnt Offerings

P 40     Kohein Gadol's daily Meal Offering

P 41     The Shabbos Additional Offering

P 42     The New Moon Additional Offering

P 43     The Pesach Additional Offering

P 44     The Meal Offering of the Omer

P 45     The Shavuos Additional Offering

P 46     Bring Two Loaves on Shavuos

P 47     The Rosh hashana Additional Offering

P 48     The Yom Kippur Additional Offering

P 49     The Service of Yom Kippur

P 50     The Sukkos Offering

P 51     The Shemini Atzeret Additional Offering

P 52     The three annual pilgrimages

P 53     Appearing before the L-rd during the Festivals

P 54     Rejoicing on the Festivals

P 55     Slaughtering the Pesach Offering

P 56     Eating the Pesach Offering

P 57     Slaughtering the Pesach Sheini Offering

P 58     Eating the Pesach Sheini Offering

P 59     Blowing the trumpets in the Sanctuary

P 60     Minimum age of cattle to be offered

P 61     Offering only unblemished sacrifices

P 62     Bringing salt with every offering

P 63     The Burnt-Offering

P 64     The Sin-Offering

P 65     The Guilt-Offering

P 66     The Peace-Offering

P 67     The Meal-Offering

P 68     Offerings of a Court that has erred

P 69     The Fixed Sin-Offering

P 70     The Suspensive Guilt-Offering

P 71     The Unconditional Guilt-Offering

P 72     The Offering of a Higher or Lower Value

P 73     Making confession

P 74     Offering brought by a zav (man with a discharge)

P 75     Offering brought by a zavah (woman with a discharge)

P 76     Offering of a woman after childbirth

P 77     Offering brought by a leper

P 78     Tithe of Cattle

P 79     Sanctifying the First-born

P 80     Redeeming the First-born

P 81     Redeeming the firstling of a donkey

P 82     Breaking the neck of the firstling of a donkey

P 83     Bringing due offerings on the first festival

P 84     All offerings to be brought to the Sanctuary

P 85     Bring all offerings due from outside Eretz Yisroel to Sanctuary

P 86     Redeeming blemished offerings

P 87     Holiness of substituted offerings

P 88     Kohanim eat the residue of the Meal Offerings

P 89     Kohanim eat the meat of the Consecrated Offerings

P 90     To burn Consecrated Offerings that have become tameh

P 91     To burn the remnant of the Consecrated Offerings

P 92     The Nazir letting his hair grow

P 93     Nazirite obligations on completion of vow

P 94     All oral submissions to be fulfilled

P 95     Revocation of vows

P 96     Defilement through carcasses of animals

P 97     Defilement through carcasses of eight creeping creatures

P 98     Defilement of food and drink

P 99     Tumah of a menstruant

P100     Tumah of a woman after childbirth

P101     Tumah of a leper

P102     Garments contaminated by leprosy

P103     A leprous house

P104     Tumah of a zav (man with a discharge)

P105     Tumah of semen

P106     Tumah of a zavah (woman with a discharge)

P107     Tumah of a corpse

P108     The law of the water of sprinkling

P109     Immersing in a mikveh

P110     Cleansing from Leprosy

P111     A leper must shave his head

P112     The leper must be made distinguishable

P113     Ashes of the Red Heifer

P114     Valuation of a person

P115     Valuation of beasts

P116     Valuation of houses

P117     Valuation of fields

P118     Restitution for Sacrilege

P119     The fruits of the fourth-year planting

P120     To leave the corners (Peah) for the poor

P121     To leave gleanings for the poor

P122     To leave the forgotten sheaf for the poor

P123     To leave defective grape clusters for the poor

P124     To leave grape gleanings for the poor

P125     To bring First-fruits to the Sanctuary

P126     To set aside the great Heave-offering

P127     To set aside the first tithe

P128     To set aside the second tithe

P129     The Levites' tithe for the Kohanim

P130     To set aside the poor-man's tithe in the third and sixth year

P131     The avowal of the tithe

P132     Recital on bringing the First-fruits

P133     To set aside the Challah for the Kohein

P134     Renouncing as ownerless produce of the Sabbatical year

P135     Resting the land on the Sabbatical year

P136     Sanctifying the Jubilee year

P137     Blowing the Shofar in the Jubilee year

P138     Reversion of the land in the Jubilee year

P139     Redemption of property in a walled city

P140     Counting the years till the Jubilee year

P141     Cancelling monetary claims in the Sabbatical year

P142     Exacting debts from idolators

P143     The Kohein's due in the slaughter of every clean animal

P144     The first of the fleece to be given to the Kohein

P145     Devoted thing to G-d and the Kohein

P146     Slaughtering animals before eating them

P147     Covering the blood of slain birds and animals

P148     Releasing the mother before taking the nest

P149     Searching for the prescribed signs in cattle and animals

P150     Searching for the prescribed signs in birds

P151     Searching for the prescribed signs in grasshoppers

P152     Searching for the prescribed signs in fishes

P153     Determining the New Moon

P154     Resting on Shabbos

P155     Proclaiming the sanctity of Shabbos

P156     Removal of chometz on Pesach

P157     Recounting Exodus from Egypt on first night of Pesach

P158     Eating Matzah on the first night of Pesach

P159     Resting on the first day of Pesach

P160     Resting on the seventh day of Pesach

P161     Counting the Omer

P162     Resting on Shavuos

P163     Resting on Rosh Hashana

P164     Fasting on Yom Kippur

P165     Resting on Yom Kippur

P166     Resting on the first day of Sukkos

P167     Resting on Shemini Atzeres

P168     Dwelling in a Sukkah for seven days

P169     Taking a Lulav on Sukkos

P170     Hearing a Shofar on Rosh Hashana

P171     Giving half a shekel annually

P172     Heeding the Prophets

P173     Appointing a King

P174     Obeying the Great Court

P175     Abiding by a majority decision

P176     Appointing Judges and Officers of the Court

P177     Treating litigants equally before the law

P178     Testifying in Court

P179     Inquiring into the testimony of witnesses

P180     Condemning witnesses who testify falsely

P181     Eglah Arufah

P182     Establishing Six Cities of Refuge

P183     Assigning cities to the Levi'im

P184     Building fences on roof; and (ctd)

P184     removing sources of danger from our dwellings

P185     Destroying all idol-worship

P186     The law of the apostate city

P187     The law of the Seven Nations

P188     The extinction of the seed of Amalek

P189     Remembering the nefarious deeds of Amalek

P190     The law of the non-obligatory war

P191     Appoint a Kohein to speak to the people going to war and (ctd)

P191     send back any man unfit for battle

P192     Preparing a place beyond the camp

P193     Including a digging tool among war implements

P194     A robber to restore the stolen article

P195     To give charity

P196     Lavishing gifts on a Hebrew bondman on his freedom

P197     Lending money to the poor

P198     Lending money to the heathen with interest

P199     Restoring a pledge to a needy owner

P200     Paying wages on time

P201     An employee is allowed to eat the produce he's working in

P202     Unloading a tired animal

P203     Assisting the owner in loading his burden

P204     Returning lost property to its owner

P205     Rebuking the sinner

P206     Loving our Fellow Jew

P207     Loving the convert

P208     The law of weights and measures

P209     Honoring scholars

P210     Honoring parents

P211     Fearing parents

P212     Be fruitful and multiply

P213     The law of marriage

P214     Bridegroom devotes himself to his wife for one year

P215     Circumcising one's son

P216     Law of the Levirite Marriage

P217     Law of Chalitzah

P218     A violator must marry the maiden he has violated

P219     The law of the defamer of his bride

P220     The law of the seducer

P221     The law of the captive woman

P222     The law of divorce

P223     The law of a suspected adultress

P224     Whipping transgressors of certain commandments

P225     The law of unintentional manslaughter

P226     Beheading transgressors of certain commandments

P227     Strangling transgressors of certain commandments

P228     Burning transgressors of certain commandments

P229     Stoning transgressors of certain commandments

P230     Hanging after execution, transgressors of certain commandments

P231     Burial on the day of execution

P232     The law of the Hebrew bondman

P233     Hebrew bondmaid to be married by her master or his son

P234     Redemption of a Hebrew bondmaid

P235     The law of a Canaanite bondman

P236     Penalty of inflicting injury

P237     The law of injuries caused by an ox

P238     The law of injuries caused by an pit

P239     The law of theft

P240     The law of damage caused by a beast

P241     The law of damage caused by a fire

P242     The law of an unpaid bailee

P243     The law of a paid bailee

P244     The law of a borrower

P245     The law of buying and selling

P246     The law of litigants

P247     Saving the life of the pursued

P248     The law of inheritance



Mitzva # 365 Negative Mitzvos

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N  1     Not believing in any other G-d

N  2     Not to make images for the purpose of worship

N  3     Not to make an idol (even for others) to worship

N  4     Not to make figures of human beings

N  5     Not to bow down to an idol

N  6     Not to worship idols

N  7     Not to hand over any children to Moloch

N  8     Not to practice sorcery of the ov

N  9     Not to practice sorcery of the yidde'oni

N 10     Not to study idolatrous practices

N 11     Not to erect a pillar which people will assemble to honor

N 12     Not to make figured stones on which to prostrate ourselves

N 13     Not to plant trees in the Sanctuary

N 14     Not to swear by an idol

N 15     Not to divert people to idolatry

N 16     Not to try to pursuade an Israelite to worship idols

N 17     Not to love someone who seeks to mislead you to idols

N 18     Not to relax one's aversion to the misleader

N 19     Not to save the life of a misleader

N 20     Not to plead for the misleader

N 21     Not to oppress evidence unfavorable to the misleader

N 22     No benefit from ornaments which have adorned an idol

N 23     Not rebuilding an apostate city

N 24     Not deriving benefit from property of an apostate city

N 25     Not increasing wealth from anything connected with idolatry

N 26     Not prophesying in the name of an idol

N 27     Not prophesying falsely

N 28     Not to listen to the prophesy made in the name of an idol

N 29     Not fearing or refraining from killing a false prophet

N 30     Not adopting the habits and customs of unbelievers

N 31     Not practicing divination

N 32     Not regulating one's conduct by the stars

N 33     Not practicing the art of the soothsayer

N 34     Not practicing sorcery

N 35     Not practicing the art of the charmer

N 36     Not consulting a necromancer who uses the ov

N 37     Not consulting a sorcerer who uses the ydo'a

N 38     Not to seek information from the dead

N 39     Women not to wear men's clothes or adornments

N 40     Men not wearing women's clothes or adornments

N 41     Not imprinting any marks on our bodies

N 42     Not wearing Shatnes (mixture of wool and linen)

N 43     Not shaving the temples of the head

N 44     Not shaving the beard

N 45     Not making cuttings in our flesh

N 46     Not settling in the land of Egypt

N 47     Not to follow one's heart or eyes

N 48     Not to make a covenent with the Seven Nations of Canaan

N 49     Not to spare the life of the Seven Nations

N 50     Not to show mercy to idolators

N 51     Not to allow idolators to settle in our land

N 52     Not to intermarry with a heretic

N 53     Not to intermarry with a male from Ammon or Moav

N 54     Not to exclude the descendants of Esav

N 55     Not to exclude the descendants of Egyptians

N 56     Not offering peace to Ammon and Moav

N 57     Not destroying fruit trees in time of siege

N 58     Not fearing heretics in time of war

N 59     Not forgetting what Amalek did to us

N 60     Not blaspheming the Great Name

N 61     Not violating a shevuas bittui (oath of uterrance)

N 62     Not swearing a shevuas shav (vain oath)

N 63     Not profaning the Name of G-d

N 64     Not testing His promises and warnings

N 65     Not to break down houses of worship or to destroy holy books

N 66     Not leaving the body of an executed criminal hanging overnight

N 67     Not to interrupt the watch over the Sanctuary

N 68     Kohein Gadol may not enter Sanctuary at any but prescribed times

N 69     Kohein with blemish not to enter Sanctuary from Altar inwards

N 70     Kohein with a blemish not to minister in the Sanctuary

N 71     Kohein with a temporary blemish not to minister in Sanctuary

N 72     Levites and Kohanim not perform each other's allotted services

N 73     Not to be intoxicated when entering Sanctuary; and (ctd)

N 73     not to be intoxicated when giving a decision on Torah law

N 74     Zar (non-kohein) not to minister in Sanctuary

N 75     Tameh Kohein not to minister in Sanctuary

N 76     Kohein who is tevul yom, not to minister in Sanctuary

N 77     Tameh person not to enter any part of Sanctuary

N 78     Tameh person not to enter camp of Levites

N 79     Not to build an Altar of stones which were touched by iron

N 80     Not to ascend the Altar by steps

N 81     Not to extinguish the Altar fire

N 82     Not to offer any sacrifice whatever on the Golden Altar

N 83     Not to make oil like the Oil of Annointment

N 84     Not annoint anyone with special oil except Kohein Gadol and King

N 85     Not to make incense like used in Sanctuary

N 86     Not to remove the staves from their rings in the Ark

N 87     Not to remove the Breastplate from the Ephod

N 88     Not to tear the edge of the Kohein Gadol's robe

N 89     Not to offer sacrifices outside the Sanctuary Court

N 90     Not to slaughter holy offerings outside the Sanctuary Court

N 91     Not to dedicate a blemished animal to be offered on the Altar

N 92     Not to slaughter a blemished animal as a korban

N 93     Not to dash the blood of a blemished beast on the the Altar

N 94     Not to burn the sacrificial portions of blemished beast on Altar

N 95     Not to sacrifice a beast with a temporary blemish

N 96     Not to offer a blemished sacrifice of a gentile

N 97     Not to cause an offering to become blemished

N 98     Not to offer leaven or honey upon the Altar

N 99     Not to offer a sacrifice without salt

N100     Not to offer on Altar the "hire of a harlot" or "price of a dog"

N101     Not to slaughter the mother and her young on the same day

N102     Not to put olive oil on the meal-offering of a sinner

N103     Not to put frankincense the meal-offering of a sinner

N104     Not mingle olive oil with meal-offering of suspected adultress

N105     Not put frankincense on meal-offering of suspected adultress

N106     Not to change a beast that has been consecrated as an offering

N107     Not to change one's holy offering for another

N108     Not to redeem the firstling (of a clean beast)

N109     Not to sell the tithe of cattle

N110     Not to sell devoted property

N111     Not redeem devoted land without specific statement of purpose

N112     Not to sever the head of the bird of Sin-offering during melikah

N113     Not to do any work with a dedicated beast

N114     Not to shear a dedicated beast

N115     Not slaughter the Korban Pesach while chometz in our possession

N116     Not leave any sacrificial portions of Korban Pesach overnight

N117     Not allow meat of Korban Pesach to remain till morning

N118     Not allow meat of 14 Nissan Festival Offering remain till day 3

N119     Not allow meat of Pesach Sheini offering to remain till morning

N120     Not allow meat of thanksgiving offering to remain till morning

N121     Not to break any bones of Pesach offering

N122     Not to break any bones of Pesach Sheini offering

N123     Not to remove Pesach offering from where it is eaten

N124     Not to bake the residue of a meal offering with leaven

N125     Not to eat the Pesach offering boiled or raw

N126     Not to allow a ger toshav to eat the Pesach offering

N127     An uncircumcised person may not eat the Pesach offering

N128     Not to allow an apostate Israelite to eat the Pesach offering

N129     Tameh person may not eat hallowed food

N130     Not to eat meat of consecrated offerings which have become tameh

N131     Not eating nosar (beyond allotted time)

N132     Not eating piggul (improper intentions)

N133     A zar may not eat terumah

N134     A Kohein's tenant or hired servant may not eat terumah

N135     An uncircumcised Kohein may not eat terumah

N136     Tameh Kohein may not eat terumah

N137     A chalalah may not eat holy food

N138     Not to eat the meal-offering of a Kohein

N139     Not eat Sin-offering meat whose blood was brought into Sanctuary

N140     Not to eat the invalidated consecrated offerings

N141     Not to eat unredeemed 2nd tithe of corn outside Yerushalayim

N142     Not consuming unredeemed 2nd tithe of wine outside Yerushalayim

N143     Not consuming unredeemed 2nd tithe of oil outside Yerushalayim

N144     Not eating an unblemished firstling outside Yerushalayim

N145     Not eat sin-offering and guilt-offering ouside Sanctuary court

N146     Not to eat the meat of a burnt offering

N147     Not eat lesser holy offerings before blood dashed on Altar

N148     A zar not to eat the most holy offerings

N149     Kohein not to eat first fruits outside Yerushalayim

N150     Not eating an unredeemed tameh 2nd tithe, even in Yerushalatim

N151     Not eating the 2nd tithe in mourning

N152     Not spend 2nd tithe redemption money, except on food and drink

N153     Not eating tevel(produce heave-offering and tithes not taken)

N154     Not altering the prescribed order of harvest tithing

N155     Not to delay payment of vows

N156     Not to appear in Sanctuary on festival without sacrifice

N157     Not to infringe on any oral obligation, even if without an oath

N158     Kohein may not marry a zonah

N159     Kohein may not marry a chalalah

N160     Kohein may not marry a divorcee

N161     Kohein Gadol may not marry a widow

N162     Kohein Gadol may not have relations with a widow

N163     Kohein with disheveled hair may not enter the Sanctuary

N164     Kohein wearing rent garments may not enter Sanctuary

N165     Ministering Kohanim may not leave the Sanctuary

N166     Common Kohein may not defile himself for dead (except some)

N167     Kohein Gadol may not be under one roof with dead body

N168     Kohein Gadol may not defile himself for any dead person

N169     Levites may not take a share of the land

N170     Levites may not share in the spoil on conquest of the Land

N171     Not to tear out hair for the dead

N172     Not to eat any unclean animal

N173     Not to eat any unclean fish

N174     Not to eat any unclean fowl

N175     Not to eat any swarming winged insect

N176     Not to eat anything which swarms on the earth

N177     Not to eat any creeping thing tha breeds in decayed matter

N178     Not to eat living creatures that breed in seeds or fruit

N179     Not to eat any swarming thing

N180     Not to eat any animal which is a nevelah

N181     Not to eat an animal which is a treifah

N182     Not to eat a limb of a living animal

N183     Not to eat the gid hanasheh (sinew of the thigh-vein)

N184     Not to eat blood

N185     Not to eat the fat of a clean animal

N186     Not to cook meat in milk

N187     Not to eat meat cooked in milk

N188     Not to eat the flesh of a stoned ox

N189     Not to eat bread made from grain of new crop

N190     Not to eat roasted grain of the new crop

N191     Not to eat fresh ears of grain

N192     Not to eat orlah

N193     Not to eat kilai hakerem

N194     Not to drink yayin nesach (libation wine for idol worship)

N195     No eating or drinking to excess

N196     Not to eat on Yom Kippur

N197     Not to eat chometz on Pesach

N198     Not to eat an admixture of chometz on Pesach

N199     Not to eat chometz after noon of 14 Nissan

N200     No chametz may be seen in our homes during Pesach

N201     Not to possess chametz during Pesach

N202     A Nazir may not drink wine

N203     A Nazir may not eat fresh grapes

N204     A Nazir may not eat dried grapes

N205     A Nazir may not eat grape kernels

N206     A Nazir may not eat grape husks

N207     A Nazir may not rend himself tameh for the dead

N208     A Nazir may not rend himself tameh by entering house with corpse

N209     A Nazir may not shave

N210     Not to reap all harvest without leaving a corner for the poor

N211     Not to gather ears of corn that fell during harvesting

N212     Not to gather the whole produce of vineyard at vintage time

N213     Not to gather single fallen grapes during the vintage

N214     Not to return for a forgotten sheaf

N215     Not to sow kilayim (diverse kinds of seed in one field)

N216     Not to sow grain or vegetables in a vineyard

N217     Not to make animals of different speces

N218     Not to work with two different kinds of animals together

N219     Not preventing a beast from eating the produce where working

N220     Not to cultivate the soil in the seventh year

N221     Not to prune the trees in the seventh year

N222     Not reap a self-grown plant in the 7th year as in ordinary year

N223     Not gather self-grown fruit in the 7th year as in ordinary year

N224     Not to cultivate the soil in the Jubilee year

N225     Not to reap the aftergrowths of Jubilee year as in ordinary year

N226     Not to gather fruit in Jubilee year as in ordinary year

N227     Not to sell out holdings in Eretz Yisroel in perpetuity

N228     No to sell the open lands of the Levites

N229     Not to forsake the Levites

N230     Not to demand payment of debts after Shmitah year

N231     Not to withold a loan to be canceled by the Shmitah year

N232     Failing to give charity to our needy brethren

N233     Not sending a Hebrew bondman away empty-handed

N234     Not demanding payment from a debtor known unable to pay

N235     Not lending at interest

N236     Not borrowing at interest

N237     Not participating in a loan at interest

N238     Not oppressing an employee by delaying payment of his wages

N239     Not taking a pledge from a debtor by force

N240     Not keeping a needed pledge from its owner

N241     Not taking a pledge from a widow

N242     Not taking food utensils in pledge

N243     Not abducting an Israelite

N244     Not stealing money

N245     Not committing robbery

N246     Not fraudulently altering land boundaries

N247     Not usurping our debts

N248     Not repudiating our debts

N249     Not to swear falsely in repudiating our debts

N250     Not wronging one another in business

N251     Not wronging one another by speech

N252     Not wronging a proselyte by speech

N253     Not wronging a proselyte in business

N254     Not handing over a fugitive bondman

N255     Not wronging a fugitive bondman

N256     Not dealing harshely with orphans and widows

N257     Not employing a Hebrew bondman in degrading tasks

N258     Not selling a Hebrew bondman by public auction

N259     Not having a Hebrew bondman do unnecessary work

N260     Not allowing a heathen to mistreat a Hebrew bondman

N261     Not selling a Hebrew bondmaid

N262     Not to afflict one's wife or espoused hebrew bondmaid (ctd)

N262     by diminishing food, rainment or conjugal rights

N263     Not selling a captive woman

N264     Not enslaving a captive woman

N265     Not planning to acquire someone else's property

N266     Not coveting another's belongings

N267     A hired laborer not eating growing crops

N268     A hired laborer not putting of the harvest in his own vessel

N269     Not ignoring lost property

N270     Not leaving a person who is trapped under his burden

N271     Not cheating in measurements and weights

N272     Not keeping false weights and measures

N273     Judge not to commit unrighteousness

N274     Judge not accept gifts from litigants

N275     Judge not to favor a litigant

N276     Judge not avoid just judgement through fear of a wicked person

N277     Judge not to decide in favor of poor man, out of pity

N278     Judge not to pervert justice against person of evil repute

N279     Judge not to pity one who has killed or caused loss of limb

N280     Judge not perverting justice due to proselytes or orphans

N281     Judge not to listen to one litigant in absence of the other

N282     A court may not convict by a majority of one in a capital case

N283     A judge may not rely on the opinion of a fellow judge, (ctd)

N283     or may not argue for conviction after favoring acquittal

N284     Not appointing an unlearned judge

N285     Not bearing false witness

N286     Judge not to receive a wicked man's testimony

N287     Judge not to receive testimony from litigant's relatives

N288     Not convicting on the testimony of a single witness

N289     Not killing a human being

N290     No capital punishment based on circumstantial evidence

N291     A witness not acting as an advocate

N292     Not killing a murderer without trial

N293     Not sparing the life of a pursuer

N294     Not punishing a person for a sin committed under duress

N295     Not accepting ransom from an unwitting murderer

N296     Not accepting a ransom from a wilful murderer

N297     Not neglecting to save the life of an Israelite in danger

N298     Not leaving obstacles on public or private domain

N299     Not giving misleading advice

N300     Not inflicting excessive corporal punishment

N301     Not to bear tales

N302     Not to hate another Jew

N303     Not to put another to shame

N304     Not to take vengeance on another

N305     Not to bear a grudge

N306     Not to take the entire bird's nest (mother and young)

N307     Not to shave the scall

N308     Not to cut or cauterize signs of leprosy

N309     Not ploughing a valley where Eglah Arufah was done

N310     Not permitting a sorcerer to live

N311     Not taking bridegroom from home during first year

N312     Not to differ from traditional authorities

N313     Not to add to the Written or Oral Law

N314     Not to detract from the Written or Oral Law

N315     Not detracting from the Written or Oral law

N316     Not to curse a ruler

N317     Not to curse any Israelite

N318     Not cursing parents

N319     Not smiting parents

N320     Not to work on Shabbos

N321     Not to go beyond city limits on Shabbos

N322     Not to punish on Shabbos

N323     Not to work on the first day of Pesach

N324     Not to work on the seventh day of Pesach

N325     Not to work on Atzeres

N326     Not to work on Rosh Hashana

N327     Not to work on the first day of Sukkos

N328     Not to work on Shemini Atzeres

N329     Not to work on Yom Kippur

N330     Not have relations with one's mother

N331     Not have relations with one's father's wife

N332     Not have relations with one's sister

N333     Not have relations with daughter of father's wife if sister

N334     Not have relations with one's son's daughter

N335     Not have relations with one's daughter's daughter

N336     Not have relations with one's daughter

N337     Not have relations with a woman and her daughter

N338     Not have relations with a woman and her son's daughter

N339     Not have relations with a woman and her daughter's daughter

N340     Not have relations with one's father's sister

N341     Not have relations with one's mother's sister

N342     Not have relations with wife of father's brother

N343     Not have relations with one's son's wife

N344     Not have relations with brother's wife

N345     Not have relations with sister of wife (during her lifetime)

N346     Not to have relations with a menstruant

N347     Not to have relations with another man's wife

N348     Men may not lie with beasts

N349     Women may not lie with beasts

N350     A man may not lie carnally with another man

N351     A man may not lie carnally with his father

N352     A man may not lie carnally with his father's brother

N353     Not to be intimate with a kinswoman

N354     A mamzer may not have relations with a Jewess

N355     Not having relations with a woman without marriage

N356     Not remarrying one's divorced wife after she has remarried

N357     Not having relations with woman subject to Levirate marriage

N358     Not divorcing woman he has raped and been compelled to marry

N359     Not divorcing a woman after falsely bringing evil name on her

N360     Man incapable of procreation not to marry a Jewess

N361     Not to castrate a man or beast

N362     Not appointing a non-Israelite born King

N363     A king not owning many horses

N364     A king not taking many wives

N365     A king not amassing great personal wealth



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