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1. A Korban Olah, Chatas, and Asham require at least two Matanos on the Mizbe'ach.
2. A Korban Bechor, Ma'aser, and Shelamim may be eaten for two days and one night.
3. A Korban Chatas, Asham, and Todah may be eaten for only one day and one night.
4. According to Rebbi Yishmael, a law of Kodshim learned through a partial Hekesh may not be taught with another Hekesh. Rebbi Akiva disagrees.
5. Even a Bechor Ba'al Mum is given to a Kohen.
6. The Kohen sprinkles the blood of the Par and Sa'ir of Yom ha'Kipurim one time upwards and seven times downwards, both in the Kodesh ha'Kodashim and in the Heichal.
7. Each one of the breads of a Todah must be one Isaron.
8. According to Rebbi Elazar ben Azaryah, a Korban Pesach may be eaten only until midnight of the fifteenth of Nisan. Rebbi Akiva maintains that it may be eaten until the morning.
A BIT MORE
1. An Olah and an Asham require two Matanos on two opposite corners of the Mizbe'ach, so that the blood will be on all four corners of the Mizbe'ach. A Chatas requires four Matanos on the four corners of the Mizbe'ach.
2. A Bechor is eaten by the Kohanim. Everyone may eat Ma'aser. The Chazeh and Shok of the Shelamim are given to the Kohanim. The remainder may be eaten by anyone.
3. A Chatas and Asham are Kodshei Kodashim and may be eaten only by male Kohanim. A Todah is Kodshim Kalim. The Chazeh and Shok are given to the Kohanim. The remainder may be eaten by anyone.
4. According to Rebbi Akiva, only if the entire Din was learned through a Hekesh may it not be taught with another Hekesh.
5. A Bechor Ba'al Mum may not be brought as a Korban. It is a Matnas Kehunah and must be given to a Kohen.
6. The sprinkling of the blood in the Heichal is derived from the sprinkling of the blood in the Kodesh ha'Kodashim. Just as in the Kodesh ha'Kodashim, the blood is sprinkled one time upwards and seven times downwards, in the Heichal the blood is sprinkled one time upwards and seven times downwards.
7. Four types of bread (three different types of Matzah, and one type of Chametz) are brought with the Todah. Each different type must be comprised of an Isaron.
8. Everyone agrees that the Korban Pesach may not be eaten until nightfall of the fifteenth of Nisan.
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