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|ME'ILAH 9 - Dedicated l'Zechut Refu'ah Shleimah for Elisheva Chaya bat Leah. Dedicated by Michael Steinberg, David Steinberg, and Ethan Steinberg.|
1. The Mishnah discusses the law of Me'ilah as it applies to various types of Korbanos.
2. There is a dispute about one who benefits from the ashes piled on the Mizbe'ach.
3. The Gemara explains that the dispute (#2) applies only after the Terumas ha'Deshen has been performed.
4. The Gemara questions Rav's statement which implies that a burned piece of wood needs to be returned to the pile of ashes.
5. There is a dispute about how a person must pay when he commits Me'ilah with a Korban.
A BIT MORE
1. The Mishnah discusses the law of Me'ilah as it applies to an Olas ha'Of, Parim ha'Nisrafim, Olas Behemah, Chatas, Asham, and other Korbanos.
2. Rav: He is not liable for Me'ilah. Rebbi Yochanan: He is liable for Me'ilah.
3. Prior to the Terumas ha'Deshen, everyone agrees that Me'ilah applies. After the Terumas ha'Deshen, Rav says that Me'ilah does not apply because the Mitzvah with the ashes has already been done. Rebbi Yochanan understands that since the Kohen still must wear the Bigdei Kehunah when he deals with the ashes, it is clear that they are still Kodesh.
4. Rav answers that there is a difference between a burned piece of wood, which is significant, and ashes, which are insignificant.
5. Rav: The principle plus one fifth must be given for the sake of buying Korbenos Nedavah for the public. Levi: The principle plus one fifth must be given for the sake something which is totally burned. Rashi explains that this refers to Ketores.
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