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1. A Ben Noach may bring a Korban on a Bamah even if it is a Ba'al Mum, but not if it is missing a limb.
2. Noach was instructed to bring into the Teivah animals which were capable of reproducing.
3. Rebbi Yonasan says that Noach brought into the Teivah only animals which did not crossbreed.
4. There is a disagreement about whether a Ben Noach may bring a Korban Shelamim.
5. Yisro became a Ger upon hearing about the war with Amalek, according to Rebbi Yehoshua, or Matan Torah, according to Rebbi Eliezer ha'Moda'i, or Keri'as Yam Suf, according to Rebbi Eliezer.
6. The sounds of Matan Torah were heard from one end of the world to the other. The kings of the world were frightened and they said Shirah in their palaces.
7. A Nochri may bring Korbanos on a Bamah even nowadays.
8. Rebbi Eliezer ben Shamu'a says that just as the earth used to make the Mizbe'ach must be earth which was not used by a Hedyot, the wood used on the Mizbe'ach also must be wood which was not used by a Hedyot.
9. According to the Tana Kama, when David ha'Melech purchased the future place for the Beis ha'Mikdash, he bought the place of the Mizbe'ach for 50 Shekalim and the place of the rest of the Beis ha'Mikdash for 600 Shekalim. Rebbi says that David ha'Melech collected 50 Shekalim from each Shevet for a total of 600 Shekalim.
10. The area within the walls of Yerushalayim corresponded to the Machaneh Yisrael in the Midbar. The Har ha'Bayis, until Sha'ar Nikanor, corresponded to the Machaneh Leviyah.
11. When Bnei Yisrael traveled in the Midbar, the Kodshim did not become Pasul with Yotzei.
A BIT MORE
1. This is learned from Noach, who was instructed to bring the animals which were not missing a limb into the ark so that he could bring Korbanos from them.
2. Noach did not bring into the Teivah old or infertile animals.
3. Rav Chisda explains that he brought the animals past the Teivah. If the Teivah accepted them, he knew that they had not crossbred.
4. Everyone agrees that Bnei Yisrael, after Matan Torah, brought Shelamim even prior to the erection of the Mishkan.
5. According to Rebbi Yehoshua and Rebbi Eliezer ha'Moda'i, Yisro arrived at the Machaneh of Yisrael prior to Matan Torah. According to Rebbi Eliezer, he arrived after Matan Torah.
6. All of the kings gathered around Bil'am to ask him if Hashem was bringing a flood to the world. He responded that Hashem swore never again to bring a deluge of water, or even a deluge of fire, into the world. Bil'am explained that Hashem was giving His children a precious treasure which had been hidden by Him for 974 generations prior to the creation of the world.
7. It is forbidden for a Yisrael to help a Nochri or to act as his agent when the Nochri brings a Korban on a Bamah. The Yisrael, however, may instruct the Nochri about how to bring the Korban.
8. The wooden utensils of Aravnah ha'Yevusi, which David ha'Melech used when he brought a Korban on Har ha'Moriyah in order to stop the plague, were new.
9. Rebbi Eliezer ben Shamu'a says that he purchased the cattle, the utensils, and the place of the Mizbe'ach for 50 Shekalim, and the place of the rest of the Beis ha'Mikdash for 600 Shekalim.
10. The area within the Sha'ar Nikanor corresponded to the Machaneh Shechinah, which was the area within the curtains of the Ohel Mo'ed in the Midbar.
11. Even during the travels, it was still called an Ohel Mo'ed. Therefore, the Kodshim remained valid and were eaten in the Machaneh after they re-established the Machanos.
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