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We recommend using the Girsa'os of the Vilna Gaon printed in the margins of the Vilna Shas, and the commentary "Tiklin Chadtin" upon which they are based. This section is devoted to any OTHER important corrections that conform to the commentary of the Tiklin Chadtin which are not noted in the Hagahos ha'Gra, and Girsa corrections in the text of the Tiklin Chadtin itself.

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1a)[line 1] - wanted to wash

b)[line 1]- The Talmid ha'Rashbash writes that it is clear from the context that this is the name of a certain cut of meat. The Rash Sirilio defines this word as the Greek word for *hat*, and explains that the story told in our Gemara is about someone who went to wash his hat, in which he was carrying pieces of meat. (Alternatively, perhaps this refers to a cut of meat from the "Shipuy ha'Kova" - the epiglottis - which is at the top of the trachea.)

2)[line 1]- (a) and it fell from his hands into the water; (b) and he forgot it at the edge of the river

3)[line 1] - and he went away

4)[line 2]- to take it

5)[line 2] ( ( )- for I [could] say

6a)[line 3] - that [kosher piece of meat], the river washed away

b)[line 3] - and brought a different [piece of meat] that is from a Neveilah in its place

7)[line 4] - carrying a piece of meat

8)[line 5] ()- a kite (a hawk-like bird that eats mice, hares, and carrion); alternatively, a vulture (TARGUM ONKELUS Vayikra 11:14)

9)[line 5]- and let it go

10)[line 7] - and took the other [kosher piece of meat]

11)[line 8] - the Gina'i River washed away [leather] bottles of wine

12)[line 8]- the case

13)[line 9] - let those who pour wine (i.e., the wine dealers) recognize their knots [with which they tied the bottles, and they will then be permitted to use them]

14)[line 9]() - (a) (lucanica in Latin) a type of sausage; intestines (Dakin) stuffed with spiced meat (ARUCH Erech ); (b) barrels (KORBAN HA'EDAH, TIKLIN CHADTIN)

15)[line 10] - were forgotten in the synagogue of Buli

16)[line 11] - let (a) the sausage makers; (b) those who mark barrels with red paint recognize their work

17)[line 12] - in a wide thoroughfare in Gufta

18)[line 12]- and they allowed it [to be retained and eaten]

19a)[line 14]- an army

b)[line 14] - lit. teeth of the sea; outcroppings of rock upon which the waves break

c)[line 15]- a wide thoroughfare

d)[line 15]- a wide, open plaza wherein people gather to do business

20)[line 16] - give up hope of [ever recovering] them

21)[line 17] - [that he did not have to consider the possibility that the meat was] slaughtered by a Nochri

22)[line 17] - and it was found to have come from the house of Rebbi (this demonstrates the propriety of relying upon the majority]

23)[line 18] - a wheel of cheese

24)[line 18]- the inn

25)[line 25] - but we see

26)[line 25]- announcing [lost objects found under such circumstances, in an attempt to find their owners]

27)[line 26], , ?- you, should you find [a lost object under such circumstances], would you not take it?

28)[line 27] , - were it only that when we found lost objects, we would find them on the inside of the Pivsaros (small paths to the side of wide streets; sidewalks). The reason for this wish of Rebbi Yonah is that since the main thoroughfare is an area in which one gives up hope of recovering his lost item, it would then be permitted to keep it.

29)[line 28] - a) Rebbi Yonah; b) his son, Rebbi Mana found such a lost object and did not keep it [but rather attempted to find its owner]

30)[line 30] - an ancient settlement mentioned in Bereishis (35:21) located on a hill halfway between Chevron and Beis Lechem. This is the current location of Gush Etziyon. According to Targum Yonasan Ben Uziel, this is where Mashi'ach will ultimately reveal himself.

31)[line 30]- and an equal distance

32)[line 31] - [any] male animals [found must be assumed to be] Korbenos Olah [that have run away from Yerushalayim] (since only a male animal may be offered as a Korban Olah)

33)[line 33] - they would take property as collateral

34)[line 34](NESACHIM)

This refers to the Korban Minchah (meal-offering; see Background to 6:34) and wine libation that are offered along with a Korban Shelamim or Olah (Bamidbar 15:3-16).

35)[line 38] (NICHSEI HA'GER)

When a Jew dies, his closest relatives inherit his estate (according to the hierarchy established by the Torah as recorded in Bamidbar 27:8-11). Since all Jews are related to each other (through Yakov Avinu and his sons), every Jew by definition has heirs. A convert, however, may possibly have no heirs (since his Nochri relatives do not inherit his estate). When a convert dies without heirs, his estate becomes Hefker (ownerless). The first person who takes possession of his belongings becomes their owner.

36)[line 40] - Our Mishnah is discussing a case involving a Kohen Gadol who passed away, before a replacement has been named. Even without an acting Kohen Gadol, the daily Asiris ha'Eifah (see Background to 19:14) must be offered, albeit with certain modifications. The Tana'im in our Mishnah disagree as to who funds the Korban in such a situation.

37)[line 42]- whole (as opposed to half in the morning and half in the evening)

38)[line 43] - may benefit from them (by using them to prepare Korbanos that are eaten by the Kohanim)

39)[line 43](PARAH ADUMAH)

(a)A Parah Adumah is a red cow; if there are as many as two hairs of any other color it is not a Parah Adumah (see Maseches Parah 2:5). Only a cow which has never had a yoke placed upon it nor performed any other work is fit to be used as a Parah Adumah. A place is prepared for its slaughter on Har ha'Zeisim, opposite the gate to the Azarah (the courtyard of the Beis ha'Mikdash). After it is slaughtered, its blood is sprinkled in the direction of the Beis ha'Mikdash seven times. A cedar branch, some Ezov branches and a piece of crimson wool are thrown into the carcass of the cow as it is burning (Bamidbar 19:1-22).

(b)If a person or utensil becomes Tamei by touching a Mes or being in the same room as a Mes (or a part of a Mes which is Metamei b'Ohel), he/it must wait seven days before he/it is able to go to the Mikvah in order to become Tahor. On the third and seventh days, Mei Chatas is sprinkled on the person or utensil. Mei Chatas is a mixture of ashes of a Parah Adumah and spring water. A person who is Tahor dips three Ezov (hyssop) branches which have been bound together into the mixture, and sprinkles them on the person or utensil which is Tamei. After this process is complete, the person or utensil is immersed in a Mikvah. Once night falls, the purification process is complete (Bamidbar 19:17-19).

40)[line 44](ME'ILAH)

(a)It is forbidden to derive any personal benefit from that which is Hekdesh, as the Torah states, "Lo Suchal le'Echol bi'Sh'arecha... v'Chol Nedarecha Asher Tidor" - "You may not eat in your settlements... and your pledges [to Hekdesh] that you will pledge" (Devarim 12:17) (RAMBAM Hilchos Me'ilah 1:1-3). The minimum amount of benefit for which one transgresses this prohibition is a Perutah's worth.

(b)If someone benefited from Hekdesh intentionally, he is liable to receive Malkus (according to the Rabanan; according to Rebbi he is liable for Misah b'Yedei Shamayim). In addition, he must pay Hekdesh for the benefit which he received; however, the object from which he benefited remains Hekdesh.

(c)If someone benefited from Hekdesh unintentionally, he must bring a Korban known as a Korban Me'ilah. He must then reimburse Hekdesh the value of his benefit plus an additional fifth (of the ensuing total, equal to a quarter of the original value). The object then loses its Kedushah. This is true of any object which has the status of Kedushas Damim (i.e. it itself will not be used by Hekdesh, but rather its value is consecrated to Hekdesh). An object which has the status of Kedushas ha'Guf (i.e. an object with intrinsic Kedushah, such as the utensils used in the Beis ha'Mikdash or a live animal pledged to be offered as a Korban) does not lose its Kedushah under any circumstances (Rosh Hashanah 28a).

(d)Our Mishnah teaches that the prohibition of Me'ilah does not apply to the ashes of a Parah Adumah.

41)[line 44] - the Kinim (see Background to 18:22) found to be physically unfit to be offered upon the Mizbe'ach [that had been purchased with money left in the Shofar designated for this purpose; see Mishnah 18a and Background ibid.]

42)[line 45] - he who supplies the birds for the Kinim

43)[line 47] - our Mishnah is discussing one who wishes to offer a Korban with the value of the animal found [by transferring its Kedushah to two separate animals, one an Olah and the other a Shelamim - and not the offering of the animal itself] (see Insights for a detailed explanation of the give-and-take in this section of the Gemara)

44)[line 47] ?- do we tell someone to go and transgress the prohibition against Me'ilah (see above, entry #40; see Insights)

45)[line 50] ?- is it not true that both male and female animals be offered as Korbenos Shelamim [and why therefore does our Mishnah assume that a male animal found must be an Olah]?


46)[line 1] - just as you said over there

47)[line 2]- animals designated as public Korbenos Chatas that ended up being unnecessary as such (Mishnah 6b)

48)[line 2] ( )- so you may say here

49)[line 4] ?- is this not an intentional attempt to divest an animal designated as a Korban of its Kedushah, which accomplishes its aim only according to Rebbi Meir (Kidushin 53b)? This is a question upon the original statement of Rav Hoshaya, at the beginning of the Gemara; see Hagahos ha'Gra, and Insights.

50a)[line 6] - while I was still there [in Bavel]

b)[line 6] - I heard the voice of Rav Yehudah

51)[line 10] - divide it in half

52a)[line 12] - [if a Kohen Gadol passes away in the middle of the day,] half [of his Asiris ha'Eifah] is offered [in the morning]

b)[line 12] - and the other half is lost; it cannot be used for any purpose. This does not seem to fit with the opinion of Rebbi Yochanan, who maintains that the second half is not sanctified until the evening.

53)[line 13] - The Gemara answers that Rebbi Yochanan's opinion, quoted above, is that even leftover money designated for the Kohen Gadol's Korban Minchah must be disposed of, even though it is not Kadosh; therefore, the second, unused half of this Korban is no better.

54)[line 14] - [the above Beraisa continues to explain that if a replacement is designated for the deceased Kohen Gadol immediately, he must prepare a full Asiris ha'Eifah, but offer only the second half of it.] The end result is that two half-Korbanos are offered [that day], while two half-Korbanos are lost.

55a)[line 16] - see Background to 19:26

b)[line 16] - the place where invalidated Korbanos are burned (also known as the Beis ha'Deshen)

56)[line 17] - the Isaron (the container which holds the Asiris ha'Eifah) automatically confers Kedushah upon it (it is therefore completely Kadosh from the time that is placed in the container according to this opinion)

57)[line 19] (MINCHAS CHINUCH(

On the day upon which a Kohen first performs the service in the Beis ha'Mikdash, he offers a Korban Minchah. This Korban is identical to the Minchas Chavitin offered by the Kohen Gadol every day (see Background to 19:14)

58)[line 19] - and he himself offers it

59)[line 21] - thought that it was logical to say

60)[line 23]- for *both* the obligation to offer a Minchas Chavitin due to that which it is his first day performing the Avodah, as well as that of his obligation to offer a Minchas Chavitin due to that which it is his first day performing the Avodah as a Kohen Gadol. The Bavli (Menachos 71a) concludes that the Halachah does not follow Rebbi Mana, and that each of these must be offered separately; therefore, in such a situation the Kohen Gadol must offer a total of *three* Asiriyos ha'Eifah.

61)[line 24] - the obligation [of a Kohen Gadol to offer a Minchas Chavitin every] day

62)[line 24]"[ ,] [ ']"- "It should be made on a pan with oil, you shall bring it scalded; a baked flour-offering, broken into pieces, shall you offer as a pleasing aroma to HaSh-m" (Vayikra 6:14).

63a)[line 24] - (a) you must bake when it is offered (RASH SIRILIO, KORBAN HA'EDAH); (b) you may bake it when it is offered (RAV CHAYIM KANIEVSKY)

b)[line 25] - (a) do not bake the half offered in the morning before dawn (RASH SIRILIO, KORBAN HA'EDAH); (b) the half that is offered in the afternoon need not be baked in the morning (RAV CHAYIM KANIEVSKY)

64)[line 25] - those who made the Minchas Chavitin arose [before dawn]

65)[line 27] - hot water necessary to boiling [the dough of the Minchas Chavitin]

66)[line 28]- fry it

67a)[line 29] - bake it when it is partly cooked (i.e. fried, since the frying process cooked the outside of the thick rolls but not their inside)

b)[line 30] - bake it when it is nice to look upon (as opposed to blackened from the frying pan)

c)[line 30] () []- (a) bake it many times; it should be baked, fried and then baked again. This is not a derivation from the wording of the Pasuk like the previous two; rather, Rebbi Dosa understands "Tufinei" according to the understanding if *both* "Na" and "Na'eh." (RASHI to Menachos 50b, 1st explanation); (b) bake it when it is large (spread out from the frying pan, which is what constitutes "Na'eh"); i.e., after frying (RASHI to Menachos 50b, 2nd explanation); (c) according to the Girsa " " - bake it when it is soft [from the large quantity of oil in the frying pan, which is what constitutes "Na'eh"]; i.e., after frying (RASHI to Menachos 50b, 3rd explanation)

68)[line 31] , - the Machlokes of these Amora'im follows that of those Amora'im

69)[line 33] - these laws (that a whole Isaron must be prepared for the second half of the Minchas Chavitin) apply not only when the Kohen Gadol has passed away

70a)[line 34]() - (a) but even when he has become Tamei (KORBAN HA'EDAH); (b) [does the previous statement apply] even when he has become Tamei [and will return to the Avodah]? (TIKLIN CHADTIN, according to the Girsa of the VILNA GA'ON, who is not Gores the word "Elah")

b)[line 34] - (a) [does the previous statement apply] even when he has developed a permanent blemish that renders him forever unfit to perform the Avodah? (KORBAN HA'EDAH); (b) or only when he has developed a permanent blemish that renders him forever unfit to perform the Avodah? (TIKLIN CHADTIN, according to the Girsa of the VILNA GA'ON)

71)[line 35] ()- from Bardilaya, a place near Lydda

72)[line 40] - from He to whom all creatures belong (see Girsa Section #2)

73)[line 42] - it is completely burned

74)[line 43] "- Rebbi Shimon has [apparently] changed his opinion!

75)[line 43] - (a) in our Mishnah he said that [as a result of a Rabbinic decree, the Korban must be paid for by public funds - which implies that mid'Oraisa it is paid for] by the late Kohen Gadol's inheritors (KORBAN HA'EDAH); (b) the Girsa of the Vilna Ga'on is: - in the Beraisa quoted above he said that the Korban is paid for by public funds mid'Oraisa (TIKLIN CHADTIN)

76)[last line] ?- (a) and in the Beraisa quoted above he said that the Korban is paid for by public funds [mid'Oraisa]? (KORBAN HA'EDAH); (b) the Girsa of the Vilna Ga'on is: ? - and in our Mishnah he said that it is a result of a Rabbinic decree? (TIKLIN CHADTIN)