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1. If a non-Kohen does the Avodah in the Beis ha'Mikdash, the Avodah is Pasul.
2. A non-Kohen may bring a Korban on a Bamah Ketanah.
3. If a Kohen performs the Avodah while sitting, the Avodah is Pasul.
4. A witness must stand while he gives testimony in Beis Din.
5. A Kohen Gadol may bring a Korban while he is an Onen. A Kohen Hedyot may not.
6. There is a disagreement about whether the Chatas of Rosh Chodesh which was brought during the days of the Milu'im was burned because it became Tamei.
7. A Korban Tzibur may be brought b'Tum'ah, but not a Korban Yachid.
8. Rava learns from a Kal va'Chomer that a Kohen is who is an Onen is permitted to bring a Korban Tzibur.
A BIT MORE
1. This is derived from a Tzad ha'Shaveh from a Ba'al Mum and an Onen who are Pasul for the Avodah, or from a person who does the Avodah while sitting.
2. We find in Tanach that Shmuel, Gideon, and Mano'ach brought Korbanos on a Bamah Ketanah even though they were not Kohanim.
3. However, the Avodah on a Bamah Ketanah may be done while sitting.
4. However, a Talmid Chacham is an exception and he may sit while he gives testimony.
5. However, even a Kohen Gadol may not eat a Korban while he is an Onen.
6. According to one opinion, since the sons of Aharon were Onenim, they were not permitted to eat the Korban until nightfall. Therefore, the Korbanos became Tamei during that time. According to another opinion, the Korban was brought by the sons of Aharon while they were Onenim, and that is why it was burned.
7. Even a Kohen Gadol may not bring a Korban Yachid b'Tum'ah.
8. Even a Kohen Gadol is forbidden to bring a Korban Yachid b'Tum'ah. Nevertheless, a Kohen Hedyot is permitted to bring a Korban Tzibur b'Tum'ah. Since a Kohen Gadol may bring a Korban Yachid while he is an Onen, a Kohen Hedyot who is an Onen is permitted even to bring a Korban Tzibur.
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