The Shabbat Limit on Travel [Techum]: One who is Outside the Techum

The source for giving a person who is outside the Techum four cubits of travel: Eruvin 48a, 51a
The size of the cubit used in measuring the space a person may travel if he finds himself outside the limit for travel on Shabbat [Techum]: Eruvin 48a
What if a person left the Techum intentionally, for a purpose which would not permit leaving the Techum: Eruvin 41b-42a, 45a, 52b
What if a person left the Techum for a purpose which mandates leaving: Eruvin 44b-45a; Rosh HaShanah 23b
What if a person was taken out of the Techum by nochrim: Eruvin 41b
What if a person was taken out of the Techum by a bout of insanity or similar loss of control: Eruvin 41b, 43b-44a
What happens if a person is removed from the Techum by others or by loss of control, and then he is similarly returned inside the Techum: Eruvin 41b
What happens if nochrim remove a person from one town, and put him in a new enclosure: Eruvin 42b
What happens if a person returns inside the Techum on Shabbat on his own: Eruvin 41b
What if a person is only allowed four cubits of travel, but he needs to go to the bathroom: Eruvin 41b
What if a person goes to sleep on the road on Friday, and wakes up after Shabbat has begun: Eruvin 45a-b, 48a
What if two people go to sleep on the road on Friday, and wake up after Shabbat has begun: Eruvin 45a-b
What if three people go to sleep on the road on Friday, and wake up after Shabbat has begun: Eruvin 45b
What one should do with belongings if he finds himself outside the Techum as Shabbat begins: Shabbat 153a-b
Entering the Techum if one is two or three cubits outside it when Shabbat begins: Eruvin 45a, 52b, 105a
Status of a person who has one foot inside the Techum and one foot outside it: Eruvin 52b
May a soldier bring his weapons all the way home with him if he had been outside the Techum in order to fight a war: Eruvin 45a
What happens if a person rests outside a town when Shabbat begins, not realizing he is within the town's Techum; may he enter the town on Shabbat: Eruvin 45a
Is it better to give an item to one's donkey to carry, than to a human: Shabbat 153a
Placing an object on one's animal while it is travelling: Shabbat 153b
If one must give the object to a person, better to give it to a shoteh than to a cheresh or a Minor: Shabbat 153a
Whether it is better to give the object to a Minor or to a cheresh: Shabbat 153a-b
Walking less than 4 Cubits at a time: Shabbat 153b
Placing an item on another person, while he is travelling: Shabbat 153b
How one may remove items which came into the Techum on an animal: Shabbat 154b
Above, if the item isn't valuable: Shabbat 154b
How far one may travel, if he is in a boat which is outside the Techum: Eruvin 41b
How far one may travel if he arrives by boat inside the Techum on Shabbat: Eruvin 41b, 42b-43a
What happens if a person is outside the Techum and non-Jews build a wall around his area during Shabbat: Eruvin 42a-b
Considering a house to be a single unit/area: Berachot 25b; Eruvin 42b
How to take care of a receptacle in a body of water; do we have to be concerned that water will move from one side of the receptacle, outside the Techum, to the other side of the receptacle inside the Techum: Eruvin 47b-48a
Using an entity which enters from outside the Techum on Shabbat or a Holiday: Eruvin 40a, 47b
Using an entity which left and re-entered the Techum on Shabbat or a Holiday: Eruvin 41b-42a
What if a person is more than 2000 cubits from his town when Shabbat begins, and is within 2000 cubits of his Eruv: Eruvin 60a-b
Status of a pit filled with straw which is within two towns' Techum borders: Eruvin 79a, 79b
Passing an item from one person to another outside the Techum, each travelling only a minimal distance: Eruvin 95a-b, 97b
Bringing a Pesach offering from outside the Techum on Shabbat: Eruvin 103a

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