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1. A Kohen Gadol does not bring an Asham Taluy, even according to Rebbi.
2. The Bais Din does not bring a Par He'elem Davar unless they issued an erroneous ruling on something that is punished with Kares for Mezid and with a Chatas for Shogeg.
3. A Kohen Gadol does not bring a Par unless he rules erroneously for himself regarding something which is punished with Kares for Mezid and with a Chatas for Shogeg.
4. A Korban Chatas is brought only for an Aveirah which is punished with Kares.
5. If a person worshipped Avodah Zarah b'Shogeg, he brings a Korban Chatas only if he worshipped the Avodah Zarah in a manner which is punished with Kares.
6. If an entire city worships Avodah Zarah b'Shogeg, each individual brings a Se'irah, just like an individual who worships Avodah Zarah.
7. The Mitzvah of not worshipping Avodah Zarah is equal to all of the Mitzvos of the Torah.
8. The first two Mitzvos of the Ten Commandments were heard directly from Hashem,
9. The Jewish people were given ten Mitzvos in Marah, prior to Matan Torah.
10. A Beis Din does not bring a Par He'elem Davar for a ruling regarding the Mitzvah of entering the Mikdash, eating Kodesh in a state of Tumah, for the Mitzvah of Shevu'as ha'Edus or Shevu'as Bituy.
11. An Asham Taluy is not brought for the Mitzvas Aseh or Lo Sa'aseh of entering the Mikdash or eating Kodesh in a state of Tum'ah.
12. Rebbi Yosi ha'Glili maintains that a Nasi does not bring a Korban Oleh v'Yored at all.
13. Rebbi Akiva maintains that a Nasi brings a Korban Oleh v'Yored for everything except a Shevu'as ha'Edus. A Nasi may not testify.
A BIT MORE
1. An Asham Taluy is brought only by a person who brings a Chatas for an Aveirah b'Shogeg even without an erroneous ruling. According to Rebbi, a Kohen Gadol brings a Chatas for the Aveirah of Avodah Zarah even without an erroneous ruling. Since he does not bring a Chatas for any other Aveirah without an erroneous ruling, he is exempt from an Asham Taluy.
2. However, if they rule on something which is punished with an Asham, a Par is not brought. An Asham is also not brought.
3. However, if the Kohen Gadol rules erroneously on something which is punished with an Asham, he does not bring a Par, but he brings an Asham.
4. A Nasi who brings a Sa'ir for a Chatas, and a commoner who brings a Kisbah or Se'irah for a Chatas, bring the Chatas only for an Aveirah which is punished with Kares.
5. However, if a person kisses, hugs, or sprinkles water in front of an Avodah Zarah, his act is not punished with Kares since it is only a Lo Sa'aseh. A Korban Chatas is not brought.
6. Although the punishment for an entire city which worships Avodah Zarah b'Mezid differs from the punishment for individuals, in a case of Shogeg the Korban is the same.
7. Believing in an Avodah Zarah is tantamount to denying the entire Torah.
8. The prohibition against Avodah Zarah was heard directly from Hashem. The details of the Mitzvah, such as the prohibition against bowing to an Avodah Zarah, were heard from Moshe Rabeinu.
9. The Jewish people were given the seven Mitzvos Bnei Noach in addition to Dinim, Shabbos, and Parah Adumah.
10. Each of these acts is punished with Kares for Mezid and a Chatas for Shogeg. Nevertheless, a regular Chatas is not brought. A Korban Oleh v'Yored is brought. Therefore, a Par is not brought.
11. An Asham Taluy is brought only for something which is punished with Kares for Mezid and a Chatas for Shogeg. In this case, a Korban Oleh v'Yored is brought for a Shogeg, and not a regular Chatas.
12. A Korban Oleh v'Yored is brought only by a commoner, not by a Nasi or a Kohen Gadol, according to Rebbi Yosi ha'Glili, since a Nasi and a Kohen Gadol can never become poor.
13. Rebbi Akiva rules that a Shevu'as ha'Edus does not apply to a Nasi. Nevertheless, he brings a Korban Oleh v'Yored for a Shevu'as Bituy, for entering the Mikdash or eating Kodesh in a state of Tum'ah.
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