If you see your brother's ox or his sheep wandering, do not go by without helping, but take them back to your brother.
If their owner is not near, or if you are not certain who he is, then take the beast to your house and keep it till its owner comes in search of it, and then you are to give it back to him.
Do the same with his ass or his robe or anything which has gone from your brother's keeping and which you have come across: do not keep it to yourself.
If you see your brother's ox or his ass falling down on the road, do not go by without giving him help in lifting it up again.
It is not right for a woman to be dressed in man's clothing, or for a man to put on a woman's robe: whoever does such things is disgusting to the Lord your God.
If by chance you see a place which a bird has made for itself in a tree or on the earth, with young ones or eggs, and the mother bird seated on the young ones or on the eggs, do not take the mother bird with the young:
See that you let the mother bird go, but the young ones you may take; so it will be well for you and your life will be long.
If you are building a house, make a railing for the roof, so that the blood of any man falling from it will not come on your house.
Do not have your vine-garden planted with two sorts of seed: or all of it may become a loss, the seed you have put in as well as the increase.
Do not do your ploughing with an ox and an ass yoked together.