Revach L'Neshama http://revach.net/ RSS feed for - Section: DAF YOMI Copyright 2007, Revach L'Neshama en-US Revach L'Neshama Logo 144 31 http://revach.net/img/small_header.jpg http://revach.net/ info@revach.net Sun, 17 Jun 2018 03:00:00 -0700 240 Zevachim 65 - SUMMARY 1. You do not need two birds for Nidvas Olas Of. One is enough 2. A Kohen must do Melika. 3. Melika is with the hand of a Kohen and not a knife. 4. Melika for Olas HaOf must be on top of the Mizbei’ach. 5. Meilka is done from the back of the neck and not the throat. 6. An Olas HaOf the head is separated from the Guf and burned separately. 7. Mitzui HaDam of an Olas HaOf must be on top of the Mizbei’ach although it is a Machlokes if it can be done within one Amah of the Sovev or must be done on top. 8. It is a machlokes if it is permissible to make a Maaracha and burn an Olas HaOf on the Sovev itself. 9. It is a machlokes whether you take out the Kurkivan with the Zefek and the feathers or not. 10. Rav Elazar B’Rebbi Shimon holds that if you want you may shecht two simanim by Chatos HaOf just like Olas HaOf, although it is not a part of the Avodah. 11. Rav Chisda says Rav Elazar B’Rebbi Shimon holds Mitzu is not required after Haza’a by Chatos HaOf and should not be done if both Simanim were Shechted. (1) 12. Rava says Rav Elazar B’Rebbi Shimon holds that Shehiya is assur by Olas HaOf between the first and second siman. (2) 13. Abaye says Rav Elazar B’Rebbi Shimon holds Chatos HaOf tequires Rov Basar to be cut with the first siman therefore it cannot be like Olas HaOf. (3)
 
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1. Or else it would be Maasei Olas HaOf and it would be pasul. 2. This would differentiate Chatos HaOf since you need Rov Basar after the first siman it would always have shehiya. 3. Since everybody holds Shehiya pasuls by Olas HaOf.

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Zevachim 64 - SUMMARY 1. Three avodos were done in the south western corner of the mizbei’ach, Haza’as Chatos HaOf, Hagashas HaMicha, Shfichas Shiyarei HaDam of Chatos Chitzoniyos. 2. The avodas Olas HaOf was performed on top of the Mizbei’ach on the southeast corner. If it was crowded there then it would be done also on the southwest corner. 3. The Makom HaDeshen was 10 amos from the beginning of the Kevesh and 22 amos from the Mizbei’ach. The feathers and Zefek of an Olas HaOf were thrown there. 4. The Kohanim were incredibly strong to be able to throw the lightweight feathers and Zefek of a bird over 30 amos from the southwestern corner of the Mizbei’ach to the Makom HaDeshen. 5. In most cases when doing avodah on the Mizbei’ach the Kohen would turn right when reaching the Mizbei’ach and circling counter clockwise to wherever he needed to go. 6. When doing the Olas HaOf, or Nesachin which were performed in the southwest corner to the left of the ramp, the Kohen would make a left and go straight there so that the bird or wine do not become damaged by the smoke on the Mizbeiach. 7. When the Kohen Gadol would do the Olas HaOf, or Nesachin he would circle th mizbei’ach to the right without the bird or wine and it would be handed to him when he arrived in the southwest corner. 8. The Kohen goes up the right (east) side of the Kevesh and down the left (west), unless it is one of the avodos that he goes straight to the southwest corner, then he goes up on the left and comes down the left as well. (1) 9. Mishna - Avodas Chatos HaOf 10. Haza’as Chatos HaOf is done directly from the bird and not with a Kli or a finger. 11. The Haza’a is done on the bottom half of the Mizbei’ach just like the Mitzui in the Yesod. 12. Melika is done with one hand. The bird is in the palm of the Kohen’s hand. Two legs between the pinky and ring finger. The two wings between the middle and index finger and the thumb to cut the neck. 13. Melika, Kemitza, and Chafina on Yom Kippur are the hardest Avodos in the mikdash. 14. Mishna - Avodas Olas HaOf
 
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1. The Kevesh is 16 amos wide so he goes up the side that he is going towards, so as not to lengthen his walk.

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Zevachim 63 - SUMMARY 1. The slope of all ramps acsend 1 amah with every 3 amos except for the one leading to the Mizbei’ach which was more gradual at three and half amos and one and third Etzbaos. (1) 2. Mishna - The place for Avoda of the Mincha 3. Kemitza from a Mincha can be done anywhere in the Azara. 4. Kemitza from a Mincha can even be done in the Heichal. (2) 5. Shechitas Shlamim is Kasher even in the Heichal. (3) 6. Kodshei Kodshim may be eaten in the Heichal when the Azara is under siege. (4) 7. Mishna - Chatos HaOf & The Southwestern Corner of The Mizbei’ach 8. Hagashas HaMincha must be both in front of the Ohel Moed in the west and on the front side of the Mizbei’ach on the South. Therefore it is done on the southwest corner. (5) 9. The Haza’as HaDam of the Chatos HaOf is done in the southwest corner just like Hagashas HaMincha but is Kasher if done anywhere below the Chut HaSikra. 10. Melika of the Chatos HaOf is done anywhere by the mizbei’ach. 11. Mitza is is the squeezing out the blood by pressing the Of against the Mizbei’ach after Haza’a. Mitza is not Mi’akev.
 
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1. Since the Kohanim need to carry heavy meat. 2. Just like the Shnei Bazichin of the Lechem HaPanim. 3. Shelo Yihei Ikar Tafel Chamur Min HaIkar and the Torah says it must be done in front of the Heichal. 4. A Pasuk is needed to learn this because M’Svara on should be able to eat only in the azara and not the Heichal. 5. According to this Man D’Amar the Mizbeiach is in the North and the south corner is in front of the Heichal.

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