The details of other types of sacrifices are discussed and the laws are derives from verses in the Torah.
What area in the temple was part of Benjamin’s territory and what part was Judah’s? How does this affect the way the altar was built? Was there a base on the southern and eastern side, but it could not be used for spilling the blood or was there no base at all?
The details of the sin offering and burnt offering are discussed, particularly how the sprinkling of the blood was performed.
The opinions of Rabbi Yishmael and Rabbi Akiva mentioned in the braita seem to be almost identical. Two opinions are brought to explain the difference between them. One raises the possibility that the remnants would be an essential part of the sacrifice (in the inner sin offerings). This issue is further discussed. Even if one says that neither of them holds this way, Rami bar Hama tries to prove that there is a tanna who holds this.
The gemara concludes the questions regarding various methods of extrapolations – whether one can learn one and then another in the realm of kodashim. The verses mentioning pouring the extra blood into the base of the altar are extrapolated.
From where do we derive that the law regarding slaughtering of the burnt offering must be in the North and if not, it’s disqualified? From where do we derive slaughtering and blood collection in the north for the guilt offering and that if it’s not done it’s disqualified? Two proofs are brought to teach the principle that a law derived through juxtaposition cannot be used to teach that law in another case through juxtaposition. But can it be used to teach something through “gezira shava” or through a logical inference?
From where do we derive that the sin offering needs to be slaughtered and the blood collected in the north and if not, the sacrifice is disqualified.
Whose intent is important in the sacrificies – the kohen or the owner of the sacrifice? A new opinion is brought and Abaye brings two others who seem to have a similar opinion regarding other areas of halacha. The fifth perek specifies details relating to all the sacrifices regarding location of each sacrificial rite. It begins with kodshei kodashim.
Today’s shiur is in memory of העהע בת יצחק נחמיה
From where do we derive that blood is excluded from the laws of notar and impurity? The debate between the rabbis and Rabbi Shimon regarding whether or not impurity laws apply to inedible items is further analyzed – is there debate regarding only items that become contaminated or also a person that becomes contaminated and eats the inedible item?
In what ways are sacrifices brought by non-Jews subject to the same rules as sacrifices brought by Jews? Are the criteria for where pigul applies the same for impurity and for notar?