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1. Rebbi explains why the nation responds with "Baruch Shem Kevod..." when the Kohen Gadol mentions Hashem's name.
2. The Mishnah describes how the Kohen Gadol would perform the lottery with the two goats.
3. During the lottery, the Segan Kohen Gadol would stand to the right of the Kohen Gadol, and the Rosh Beis Av would stand to his left.
4. Ben Katin made twelve spouts for the Kiyor.
5. King Munbaz fashioned from gold all of the handles of the vessels that would be used on Yom Kippur.
A BIT MORE
1. The verse states, "When I will call out the name of Hashem, give greatness to our G-d." Moshe said to Bnei Yisrael, "Whenever I mention the name of Hashem, call out (i.e. by saying 'Baruch Shem Kevod') and give greatness to Him."
2. The lottery would have two lots, one on which "la'Hashem" was written, which would represent the goat to be offered as a Korban, and one on which "la'Azazel" was written, for the goat that would be pushed off of the cliff, taking with it the sins of Bnei Yisrael.
3. The Gemara concludes that they were not immediately to his right and left, but slightly behind him to his right and left.
4. This was done so that the twelve Kohanim who would participate in the offering of the Tamid would all be able to wash their hands and feet at the same time.
5. His mother, Queen Hilni, made a golden chandelier at the opening of the Heichal. She also donated a golden plaque engraved with the verses from Parashas Sotah.
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