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Zevachim Chart #2
Zevachim Daf 2a-4b
THE VARIATIONS BETWEEN THE DIFFERENT TYPES OF KORBANOS
THE NUMBER OF ZERIKOS
IS SEMICHAH REQUIRED?
ARE NESACHIM REQUIRED?
IS TENUFAH REQUIRED?
(1) That is, two Matanos that are four; the Kohen pours the Dam from the
utensil onto the north-eastern and south-western corners of the Mizbe'ach
(thus reaching all four sides of the Mizbe'ach), below the Chut ha'Sikra
that surrounds the Mizbe'ach at a height of six Amos from the ground.
(2) The blood of the Chatas is sprinkled with the finger (and not poured
from a utensil), above the Chut Sikra, and on each of the four corners of
(3) That is, the Kohen pours the Dam on the Mizbe'ach anywhere above the
Yesod (protruding, bottom Amah that surrounds most of the Mizbe'ach), and
the blood drips down to the Yesod.
(4) This applies to all Olos and Shelamim except for those that are Korbenos
Tzibur, which do not require Semichah (Menachos 61a).
(5) The Asham of a Metzora is an exception, as it *does* require Tenufah
before Shechitah (Menachos 61a).
(6) For the Shelamim of an individual (as opposed to the Tzibur), the
Chazeh, Shok (thigh), and Eimurim of the animal are waved. The Shelamim of
the Tzibur (i.e. Kivsei Atzeres) are waved first while alive, before
Shechitah, and then are waved a second time after the Shechitah in the same
manner as the Shelamim of an individual (Menachos 61a).
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