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1. If the Eimurim of Kodshim Kalim are taken out of the Azarah before the Zerikas ha'Dam, there is no Chiyuv of Me'ilah, Pigul, Nosar, or Tamei, according to Rebbi Eliezer. Rebbi Akiva disagrees.
2. Rav Papa says that if the Eimurim are brought back into the Azarah before the Zerikah, Rebbi Eliezer agrees with Rebbi Akiva that all of these Chiyuvim apply. They disagree in a case where the Eimurim were outside the Azarah at the time of the Zerikah.
3. If the Shtei ha'Lechem are taken out of the Azarah before the Zerikas ha'Dam of the Kivsei Atzeres, and they remain outside until after the Zerikah, Rebbi Akiva agrees with Rebbi Eliezer that none of these Chiyuvim apply.
4. A Korban ha'Of is brought before a Minchah. A Minchas Chotei is brought before a Minchas Nedavah.
5. A Minchas Nedavah is brought before a Minchas Sotah, because it is brought from wheat and requires oil and Levonah.
6. A Chatas always has priority to be brought on the Mizbe'ach before an Olah. Even a Chatas ha'Of has priority over an Olas Behemah.
7. Parim are brought on the Mizbe'ach before Eilim. Eilim are brought before Kevasim. Kevasim are brought before Se'irim.
8. A Par Kohen Mashi'ach is brought on the Mizbe'ach before a Par He'elem Davar. A Par He'elem Davar is brought before a Par Avodah Zarah. A Par Avodah Zarah is brought before a Sa'ir Avodah Zarah.
9. If an Olas Behemah, Chatas ha'Of, and Korban Ma'aser are ready to be offered at the same time, there is a disagreement about what is offered first, the Ma'aser or the Chatas ha'Of.
10. A Chatas always precedes an Asham, with the exception of an Asham Metzora.
11. All Ashamos are brought from animals in their second year, at a cost of at least two Sela'im, with the exception of an Asham Nazir and Asham Metzora.
12. The same order of priority of offering the Korbanos on the Mizbe'ach applies to the eating of the Korbanos.
13. A Shelamim brought the previous day to the Azarah is given priority to be offered on the Mizbe'ach before a Shelamim which was brought to the Azarah today. However, there is a disagreement about whether it also has priority over a Chatas or Asham brought to the Azarah today.
14. There is a doubt about which Korban is offered on the Mizbe'ach first: a Korban which is brought more frequently, or a Korban which has more sanctity.
15. The Kohanim may prepare their portions of the Korbanos in any manner they choose. They may even spice it with spices of Terumah, according to Rebbi Shimon. Rebbi Meir says that they may not spice it with Terumah.
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1. According to Rebbi Eliezer, even after the Zerikas ha'Dam, none of these Chiyuvim apply, because once the Eimurim are taken out of the Azarah the Zerikah does not take effect. According to Rebbi Akiva, the Zerikah does take effect, and thus all of these Chiyuvim apply.
2. Rebbi Eliezer and Rebbi Akiva agree that if the Eimurim are taken out of the Azarah before the Zerikah, they do not become Pasul with Yotzei. Therefore, if they are brought back into the Azarah before the Zerikah, they are valid.
3. Since the Zerikas ha'Dam is not done with blood from the Shtei ha'Lechem themselves (since they have no blood), but from the Kivsei Atzeres, everyone agrees that the Zerikah does not permit the Shtei ha'Lechem while it is outside of the Azarah. However, if the Shtei ha'Lechem are brought back into the Azarah, according to Rebbi Akiva all of the Chiyuvim apply. Rebbi Eliezer disagrees.
4. A Korban ha'Of has priority over a Minchah because its blood is placed on the Mizbe'ach. A Minchas Chotei has priority over a Minchas Nedavah because it achieves atonement for its owner.
5. A Minchas Sotah is brought from barley, without oil and Levonah.
6. For example, a wealthy Yoledes who brings a Keves for an Olah and a Ben Yonah or a Tor for a Chatas, must bring her Chatas first even though it is an Of.
7. Parim are brought before Eilim because they require more Nesachim. Eilim are brought before Kevasim for the same reason. Kevasim are brought before Se'irim because the Alyah of a Keves is brought on the Mizbe'ach.
8. Although a Par Avodah Zarah is an Olah and a Sa'ir Avodah Zarah is a Chatas, a Gezeiras ha'Kasuv teaches that in this case the Olah is offered first.
9. The Chachamim in Bavel maintain that the Ma'aser is offered first, followed by the Chatas ha'Of and then the Olah. In Eretz Yisrael, they said that the Chatas ha'Of is offered first, followed by the Olah and then the Ma'aser.
10. Since an Asham Metzora permits the Metzora to eat Kodshim and to enter the Beis ha'Mikdash, it precedes the Chatas.
11. An Asham Nazir and Asham Metzora are bought from animals within their first year. Since an animal in its second year must cost at least two Sela'im, an animal in its first year may cost less.
12. Just as a Chatas is brought before an Asham and an Asham is brought before a Todah and an Eil Nazir, a Chatas is eaten before an Asham and an Asham is eaten before a Todah and an Eil Nazir.
13. According to Rebbi Meir, the Shelamim of yesterday is brought on the Mizbe'ach first, since it was brought to the Azarah first. According to the Chachamim, the Chatas of today is eaten first because it is Kodshei Kodashim.
14. Examples of such a case include the blood of an Olas Tamid which is brought every day and the blood of a Chatas which has more sanctity, and the Olos of the Musafim of Rosh Chodesh which are brought every month and the Par Eidah which has more sanctity.
15. According to Rebbi Meir, one is forbidden to limit the consumption of Terumah to the regulations of Kodshim, which may be eaten for only one or two days and then becomes Nosar.
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