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|YOMA 34 (4 Sivan) - Dedicated in memory of Rabbi Kornfeld's father's family who perished at the hands of the Nazi murderers in the Holocaust, HT'D: His paternal grandmother (Mirel bas Yakov Mordechai), father's brothers (Shraga Feivel, Aryeh Leib and Yisachar Dov sons of Mordechai), great-grandfather (Reb Yakov Mordechai ben Reb David - Spira) and great-aunt (Charne bas Yakov Mordechai, wife of Reb Moshe Aryeh Cohen zt'l). Their Yahrzeit is observed on 4 Sivan.|
1. There is a dispute among Tana'im about which was offered first, the Musafin or Bazichin.
2. The incense was offered before the libations of the Tamid, both in the morning and in the afternoon.
3. The verse mentions that one of the Tamid offerings requires libations. From this we derive that the other Tamid offering also requires libations.
4. Thick pieces of metal were heated before Yom Kippur and placed into the Mikvah in order to warm the water.
5. The garments of the Kohen Gadol on Yom Kippur were very expensive.
A BIT MORE
1. The Musafin are additional offerings brought on special days. The Bazichin are the two spoonfuls of frankincense offered.
2. This is derived from the verse, "... like the Minchah of the morning and its libations you shall do." This teaches that the order of offering of the afternoon should be the same as that of the morning; that is, the incense is offered before the libations.
3. There is a dispute about whether this verse refers to the afternoon Tamid, and the morning Tamid is derived from it (Tana Kama), or whether this verse refers to the morning Tamid, and the afternoon Tamid is derived from it (Rebbi).
4. There is a dispute about why this does not constitute a violation of the Melachah of strengthening metal by putting hot metal into cold water. Another method used to heat up the water of the Mikvah was pouring hot water into the Mikvah (see Rambam, Hilchos Yom ha'Kipurim 2:4).
5. While a certain amount of money was dedicated from the public coffers towards these garments, Kohanim or their families were allowed to contribute additional money to make them even more elaborate (within the guidelines of what they were supposed to wear).
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