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1. The Azarah was 187 Amos long by 135 Amos wide.
2. The area within the windows of the walls of the Azarah and the area above the walls of the Azarah are considered part of the Azarah.
3. Kodshei Kodashim may be eaten in the Lishkos built outside the Azarah but which are open to the Azarah. It is forbidden mid'Rabanan to enter these Lishkos in a state of Tum'ah.
4. 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.
5. The blood of a Korban becomes Pasul at sunset.
6. If a Kohen does the Avodah of a Shelamim with intent to eat from the Korban on the night of the third day, according to Chizkiyah the Korban is valid. Rebbi Yochanan disagrees.
7. If a Shelamim is eaten on the night of the third day, according to Chizkiyah there is no Chiyuv Korban. Rebbi Yochanan disagrees.
8. If a Kohen does the Avodah of a Korban with intent to place the blood on the Mizbe'ach after sunset or to burn the Eimurim on the Mizbe'ach after sunrise, the Korban is Pigul.
9. A Korban Bechor, Ma'aser, and Pesach are Kodshim Kalim and may be slaughtered anywhere in the Azarah. The blood is placed only once on the Mizbe'ach.
10. A Bechor is eaten by the Kohanim. Ma'aser is eaten by anyone, and may be eaten anywhere within the walls of Yerushalayim for two days and one night.
A BIT MORE
1. Within the area of the Azarah, one may eat Kodshei Kodashim and slaughter Kodshim Kalim. A person who enters that area in a state of Tum'ah is Chayav Kares.
2. One is permitted to eat Kodshei Kodashim in that area. One who enters in a state of Tum'ah is Chayav Kares.
3. Mid'Oraisa, the Lishkos are not considered part of the Azarah. Therefore, it is forbidden to slaughter Kodshim Kalim there. However, a Gezeiras ha'Kasuv permits eating Kodshei Kodashim in these Lishkos.
4. 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.
5. A Korban may be offered only during the day. If the blood of a Korban is not placed on the Mizbe'ach by sunset, it may no longer be placed on the Mizbe'ach and the Korban is Pasul.
6. A Shelamim may be eaten for two days and one night. The remaining meat is not burned until the morning of the third day. According to Chizkiyah, since the meat is not burned until the morning of the third day, a Machshavah to eat the meat on the night of the third day is not a Machshavas Pigul. According to Rebbi Yochanan, since the meat may no longer be eaten on the night of the third day, it is a Machshavas Pigul.
7. One who eats Nosar b'Shogeg is Chayav a Korban. However, since any leftover meat is not burned until the morning, if a person eats a Shelamim on the night of the third day, it is not yet considered Nosar according to Chizkiyah. Rebbi Yochanan maintains that the meat is considered Nosar on the night of the third day since it may no longer be eaten.
8. If a Kohen does the Avodah with intent to eat the flesh of a Korban after sunrise of the second day for a Korban which is eaten for one day and one night, or after sunset of the second day for a Korban which is eaten for two days and one night, the Korban is Pigul.
9. The blood must be placed on the Mizbe'ach where there is a Yesod, but not in most of the east or south of the Mizbe'ach where there is no Yesod.
10. A Korban Pesach may be eaten for only one night until midnight. It may be eaten only by those who contributed toward its purchase, and it may be eaten only roasted.
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