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1. Rebbi Yehuda says the Mizbeiach in the Mishkan was 3 amos high and the curtains of the the Chatzer were 5 amos allowing you to see the Kohen on the Mizbeiach but not the avodah in his hands. Rebbi Yosi says the Mizbieach was 10 amos and the Klaim 15 amos.
2. Shlomo was Kideish the azara. According to Rebbi Yehuda it allowed them to be maktir korbanos anywhere in the azara. According to Rebbi Yosi it allowed them to place the new larger mizbeiach there.
3. The old mizbeiach was Katan. According to Rebbi Yosi it was physically too small and the new one had plenty room. According to Rebbi Yehuda even the new one was too small but the old one was small relative to the new one.
4. Rebbi Yehuda held that we learn the Mizbeiach in the Mishkan was 10 square amos from the Mizbeiach in Yechezkel since they are both a Mizbeiach outside the Heichal. (1)
5. Rebbi Yosi held that we learn the Mizbeiach in the Mishkan was twice as high as wide from the Mizbeiach HaKitores since they are both a Mizbeiach outside the Heichal.
6. Even though Rebbi Yehuda is matir the whole azara for Haktara, he agrees that Zrika must be only on the Mizbeiach. (3)
7. If the Mizbeiach becomes pasul it is forbidden to eat any Shiyarei Mincha, Kodshei Kodshim, or Kodshim Kalim.
8. Maaser Sheini cannot be eaten when there is no Bais HaMikdash. We learn this from a pasuk and not from Bichor or Bikurim which have a Tzad Mizbeiach.
9. If you hold Kedusha Rishona Kidsha LeAsid Lavo you may eat Bichro and Maaser Sheini in Yerushalayim BZman Hazeh. (4)
10. Bichor cannot be eaten when there is no Bais HaMikdash even if there was Shechita and Zrika before the Bais HaMikdash was destroyed, if you hold Kedusha Rishona Kidsha LShata, according to Rebbi Yishmael. (5)
11. Two braisas are soser each other with regard to Kodshim becoming pasul when the Mishkan is dismantled. Either only Kodshim Kalim is permitted to be eaten according to everybody or only according to Rebbi Yishmael.