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1. Rav saw that people in Bavel were lenient with regard to meat that disappeared from sight.
2. The Mishnah explains that animals found close to Yerushalayim are presumed to be meant for Korbanos.
3. Originally, people who found the animals (#2) were obligated to pay for the accompanying libations.
4. Rebbi Shimon lists seven decrees that Beis Din made regarding Korbanos.
5. There is a dispute about who pays for the special Korban Minchah of a Kohen Gadol if the Kohen Gadol dies.
A BIT MORE
1. Upon coming to Bavel, Rav ruled stringently concerning meat left unsupervised, in order to show the people that this prohibition must be treated seriously. The Gemara records other incidents wherein Rav ruled strictly regarding this matter.
2. Males are presumed to be animals consecrated as Olos, and females are presumed to be Shelamim. Animals fit to be a Korban Pesach are presumed to be a Korban Pesach from thirty days before Pesach.
3. However, this led to the practice of people leaving the Korban at the Beis ha'Mikdash and running away. It was then decreed that the libations should come from the public funds of the Beis ha'Mikdash.
4. One of these decrees is that if a Nochri sends a Korban Olah along with money for libations, we offer the Korban and libations. If he does not send money for libations, the libations are offered from the public funds of the Beis ha'Mikdash.
5. The Kohen Gadol brings a flour-offering twice a day, once in the morning and once in the afternoon. If he dies and a new Kohen Gadol has not yet been appointed, the Tana Kama says that the Korban Minchah is brought from the public funds of the Beis ha'Mikdash. Rebbi Yehudah says that his heirs must pay for it.
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