1)

(a)Which three Korbanos does a Nazir Tahor bring?

(b)According to Rebbi Yehudah in our Mishnah, he shaves on the Shelamim. What is his source for this?

(c)What problem is there with this from the order of the Korbanos in the Torah?

(d)Rebbi Elazar disagrees. On what grounds does he rule that the Nazir must shave on the Chatas?

1)

(a)A Nazir Tahor brings - a Chatas, an Olah and a Shelamim.

(b)According to Rebbi Yehudah in our Mishnah, he shaves on the Shelamim - because the Torah writes (in connection with the shaving) "Pesach Ohel Mo'ed" (which will be explained later).

(c)The problem with this is - the principle that the Chatas is always brought before any other Korbanos that are brought together with it ...

(d)... which is why Rebbi Elazar rules that the Nazir must shave on the Chatas.

2)

(a)What does Raban Shimon ben Gamliel say about someone who brings the three required animals, but without having designated them?

(b)How will the animals then be sacrificed?

2)

(a)Raban Shimon ben Gamliel rules that someone who brings the three required animals without specifically designating them - brings each one according to the Torah's specifications.

(b)The she-lamb will then be sacrificed for the Chatas, the he-lamb for the Olah and the ram for the Shelamim.

3)

(a)The Torah writes "Pesach Ohel Mo'ed" in connection with the shaving, as we just explained. How does the Beraisa (who holds like Rebbi Yehudah in our Mishnah) learn from there that the Nazir shaves on the Shelamim?

(b)Why does he not take the Pasuk literally?

(c)How does Rebbi Yashiyah support this from the Pasuk in Yisro "v'Lo Sa'aleh b'Ma'alos al Mizbechi"?

(d)Rebbi Yitzchak maintains that the Tana's Derashah is unnecessary. How does he ...

1. ... learn the same thing from the Pasuk "v'Lakach es Se'ar Rosh Nizro, v'Nasan al ha'Esh"?

2. ... alternatively learn from v'Lakach es Se'ar Rosh Nizro" that the Pasuk must be talking about the Shelamim (and not the Chatas)?

3)

(a)The Torah writes "Pesach Ohel Mo'ed" in connection with the shaving, as we just explained. The Beraisa (who holds like Rebbi Yehudah in our Mishnah) learns from there that the Nazir shaves on the Shelamim - because it is in connection with the Shechitah of the Shelamim that the Torah writes "Pesach Ohel Mo'ed".

(b)He does not take it literally - because it would be disrespectful to shave at the entrance of the Ohel Mo'ed.

(c)Rebbi Yoshiyah supports this from the Pasuk "v'Lo Sa'aleh b'Ma'alos al Mizbechi" - from which he extrapolates that one should treat whatever is holy with deep respect (inasmuch as even the ascent to the Mizbe'ach, had to be performed by means of a ramp rather than steps to climb, in order to minimize the inevitable parting of one's legs; how much more so should one not do something in a holy place which is intrinsically degrading (such as shaving off one's hair)!

(d)Rebbi Yitzchak maintains that the Tana's Derashah is unnecessary. He ...

1. ... learns the same thing from the Pasuk "v'Lakach es Se'ar Rosh Nizro, v'Nasan al ha'Esh" - implying that all that is needed is to take the Nazir's hair and to place it under the pot of Shelamim (which could be cooked anywhere in Yerushalayim), but not to have to carry it from the entrance of the Ohel Mo'ed as well.

2. ... alternatively learns from v'Lakach es Se'ar Rosh Nizro" that the Pasuk must be talking about the Shelamim (and not the Chatas) - because the Pasuk implies that he shaves in the same location where he cooks the Shelamim.

4)

(a)Rebbi Chanan Amar Rebbi Eliezer in the same Beraisa (who also concurs with Rebbi Yehudah in our Mishnah) also declines to explain "Pesach Ohel Mo'ed" literally (for the reason that we stated above). How does he then explain it?

(b)What does Rebbi Shimon Shezuri extrapolate from the Pasuk "v'Gilach ha'Nazir Pesach Ohel Mo'ed"? What reason does he give for this Derashah?

(c)Does this then mean that a Nezirah does not need to shave her hair?

(d)What did Rebbi Shimon Shezuri reply when they asked him from a Sotah, whom the Kohanim stood in the Azarah, yet the Torah is not afraid that they will sin with her?

4)

(a)Rebbi Chanan Amar Rebbi Eliezer in the same Beraisa (who also concurs with Rebbi Yehudah in our Mishnah) also declines to explain "Pesach Ohel Mo'ed" literally (for the reason that we stated above). He explains it to mean - that the Nazir is obligated to shave his hair when the entrance of the Ohel Mo'ed is open, and not when it is closed.

(b)Rebbi Shimon Shezuri extrapolate from the Pasuk "v'Gilach ha'Nazir Pesach Ohel Mo'ed" - that only a Nazir shaves at the entrance to the Ohel Mo'ed, but not a Nezirah (in case the Kohanim will be incited to sin with her).

(c)This does not mean that a Nezirah does not need to shave her hair - only that she shaves it in a discreet location somewhere in Yerushalayim (see Rosh).

(d)When they asked Rebbi Shimon Shezuri from a Sotah, whom the Kohanim stood in the Azarah, yet the Torah is not afraid that they will sin with her - he replied that the two cases are not comparable, since a Sotah appeared in the Beis ha'Mikdash without any make-up, whereas a Nezirah presumably wore make-up as usual.

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5)

(a)What does the Nazir do with his hair after shaving it off?

(b)What does the Tana of our Mishnah mean when he writes 'v'Im Gilach bi'Medinah, Lo Hayah Meshale'ach Tachas ha'Dud'? Is he permitted to shave outside Yerushalayim?

(c)According to the Tana Kama, throwing the Nazir's hair under the pot containing the Shelamim is confined to a Nazir Tahor who shaved in Yerushalayim. Why is that?

(d)Where would he throw it if it did extend to a Nazir Tamei?

5)

(a)After shaving off his hair - the Nazir places it under the pot containing the Shelamim.

(b)When the Tana of our Mishnah writes 've'Im Gilach b'Medinah, Lo Hayah Meshale'ach Tachas ha'Dud' - he means that if he shaved it off outside Yerushalayim, which is permitted though it is not the ideal thing to do.

(c)According to the Tana Kama, the Din of throwing the Nazir's hair under the pot containing the Shelamim is confined to a Nazir Tahor who shaved in Yerushalayim - because the Torah only mentions it in connection with a Nazir Tahor.

(d)If it did extend to a Nazir Tamei, he would throw it - underneath the pot of the Chatas ha'Of or the Asham.

6)

(a)Rebbi Meir maintains that the hair of a Nazir Tamei, like that of a Nazir Tahor, is placed under the pot. According to him, whereabouts did they place the hair of ...

1. ... a Nazir Tahor?

2. ... a Nazir Tamei?

(b)He concedes however, that a Nazir Tamei outside the Beis ha'Mikdash does not throw his hair under the pot containing his Korban. Why not? What does he then do with it?

(c)According to Rebbi Yehudah, the Nazir throws his hair underneath the pot containing the Shelamim. What does the Beraisa say if he throws it underneath the pot containing the Chatas or the Asham?

(d)To answer the Kashya that a Nazir does not bring an Asham, how does Rava establish the Beraisa?

6)

(a)Rebbi Meir maintains that the hair of a Nazir Tamei, like that of a Nazir Tahor, is placed under the pot. According to him, they place the hair of ...

1. ... a Nazir Tahor - either under the pot of the Shelamim anywhere in Yerushalayim, or (b'Di'eved) under the pot of the Chatas in the Azarah.

2. ... a Nazir Tamei - under the pot of the (bird of the) Chatas or (the lamb of) the Asham in the Azarah.

(b)He concedes however, that a Nazir Tamei outside the Beis ha'Mikdash does not throw his hair under the pot containing his Korban - because it has to be buried (though the source for this is unclear).

(c)According to Rebbi Yehudah, the Nazir throws his hair underneath the pot containing the Shelamim. The Beraisa rules that if he placed it underneath the pot containing the Chatas or the Asham - he has fulfilled the Mitzvah.

(d)To answer the Kashya that a Nazir does not bring an Asham, Rava establishes the Beraisa by a Nazir Tamei (and in this point, the Tana concurs with Rebbi Meir in our Mishnah).

7)

(a)What does the Tana learn from the Pasuk "Asher Tachas Zevach ha'Shelamim"?

(b)What do we learn from the fact that the Torah writes ...

1. ... "Zevach ha'Shelamim (rather than "Rotav ha'Shelamim")?

2. ... "Zevach ha'Shelamim" (rather than "Zevach u'Shelamim")?

7)

(a)The Tana learns from the Pasuk "Asher Tachas Zevach ha'Shelamim", explains Rava - that before placing the hair underneath the pot of the Shelamim, he pours some of the gravy of the Shelamim over it.

(b)We learn from the fact that the Torah writes ...

1. ... "Zevach ha'Shelamim (rather than "Rotav ha'Shelamim") - that the Nazir is Yotzei even if he places the hair underneath the pot containing the Chatas (or in the case of the Nazir Tamei, the Asham).

2. ... "Zevach ha'Shelamim" rather than "Zevach u'Shelamim" - that he pours some of the gravy of specifically the Shelamim over it.

8)

(a)We have already learned that according to Rebbi Meir, every Nazir has to throw his hair under the pot except for a Tamei Nazir who shaves outside Yerushalayim, whereas according to the Chachamim it is only a Tahor Nazir in Yerushalayim who did so. What does Rebbi Yehudah say?

(b)The owner may either cook the Shelamim or do Shelikah. What is 'Shelikah'?

8)

(a)We have already learned that according to Rebbi Meir, every Nazir has to throw his hair under the pot except for a Tamei Nazir who shaves outside Yerushalayim, whereas according to the Chachamim it is only a Tahor Nazir in Yerushalayim who does so. Rebbi Yehudah maintains - that a Tahor Nazir has to throw his hair under the pot, but a Tamei Nazir does not (as we already learned).

(b)The owner cooks the Shelamim or does 'Shelikah' - which means - very-well cooked.

9)

(a)Besides the cooked right foreleg of the Shelamim (the ram), what else does the Kohen receive?

(b)What does he do with them before taking them for himself?

(c)The Nazir is then permitted to drink wine and to become Tamei Mes (apparently like Rebbi Eliezer in the Beraisa that we are about to cite). Rebbi Shimon is more lenient than the Tana Kama. What does he say?

9)

(a)Besides the cooked right foreleg the Shelamim (the ram) - the Kohen also receives one of each of the two kinds of bread from the basket containing the Nazir's loaves (one Chalah and one wafer).

(b)Before taking them for himself - he places them into the hands of the Nazir and waves them together with him.

(c)The Nazir is then permitted to drink wine and to become Tamei Mes (apparently like Rebbi Eliezer who is about to be cited in a Beraisa). Rebbi Shimon - permits the Nazir to drink wine as soon as the blood of one of the Korbanos has been sprinkled (like the Chachamim there).

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