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1. The Torah compares Shalmei Tzibur to a Chatas and to an Olah in order to teach that they are Kodshei Kodashim and must be slaughtered in the north of the Azarah, and that they may be eaten only by male Kohanim.
2. A law of Kodshim which is derived from a Hekesh may not be taught to another area through a Hekesh.
3. A Nazir who cuts his hair after he brings only one of the three Korbanos (which are brought upon the completion of his Nezirus) has fulfilled his obligation and may drink wine.
4. A Todah and an Eil Nazir are Kodshim Kalim and may be slaughtered anywhere in the Azarah. The blood is placed on two corners of the Mizbe'ach.
5. If a Shelamim was slaughtered prior to the opening of the doors of the Heichal, it is Pasul.
6. When the doors of the Heichal are closed, but not locked, one may not slaughter a Shelamim until the doors are opened.
7. There were two small entrances in the Beis ha'Chalifos which allowed the Kohanim to slaughter Kodshim Kalim in the entire Azarah, even opposite the Beis ha'Chalifos.
8. All of the gates of the Azarah were 20 Amos high and 10 Amos wide.
9. In the back of the Beis Kapores was a small window which allowed the Kohanim to slaughter Kodshim Kalim even in the part of the Azarah in the back of the Kapores.
A BIT MORE
1. The Torah compares Shalmei Tzibur to an Olah to teach that they are Kodshei Kodashim and must slaughtered in the north of the Azarah. The blood also must be received in the north of the Azarah. The Torah compares Shalmei Tzibur to a Chatas to teach that they may be eaten only by male Kohanim.
2. It also may not be taught through a Gezeirah Shavah, but it may be taught through a Kal va'Chomer.
3. A Nazir brings a Chatas, Olah, and Shelamim upon the completion of his Nezirus. However, if he shaves after bringing only one of the three Korbanos, he fulfills his obligation.
4. The Todah and Eil Nazir may be eaten anywhere within the walls of Yerushalayim. They may be eaten by everyone, even non-Kohanim, for one day and one night until midnight. The Chazeh and Shok of the Todah and Eil Nazir, and the Zero'a Besheilah of the Eil Nazir, along with the breads, are given to the Kohanim and may be eaten by the Kohanim, their wives, children, and servants with the same laws that apply to the portion of the Korban which is eaten by the owner.
5. If a Shelamim was slaughtered in the Mishkan before the Leviyim erected the Mishkan, or after they dismantled the Mishkan, the Shelamim is Pasul.
6. If a curtain was closed at the entrance to the Heichal, the Heichal is not considered closed and it is permissible to slaughter a Shelamim.
7. Kodshei Kodashim must be slaughtered in front of the entrance of the Ohel Mo'ed. Without these entrances, it would be forbidden to slaughter Kodshim Kalim opposite the Beis ha'Chalifos, since it is not in front of the entrance to the Ohel Mo'ed.
8. The Pishpishim, which were small entrances that were not used for entering and exiting, were smaller than 20 by 10.
9. There was an area of 11 Amos in the Azarah to the west of the Kodesh Kodashim. The window in the back of the Beis Kapores gave that area the status of being in front of the entrance to the Ohel Mo'ed.
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