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1)

Which Cheilev of the ram of Milu'im is Torah referring to?

1.

Rashi: It refers either ro the Cheilev of the intestines or to that of the stomach. 1


1

Subject to a Machloes Tana'im in Zevachim (See Sifsei Chachamim).

2)

What is the significance of the Alyah?

1.

Rashi: The Alyah is the fat-tail of a lamb and a ram, 1 which begins immediately below the kidneys. 2


1

The Alyah of a goat and of an ox is not brought on the Mizbe'ach (Rashi).

2

As the Torah indicates in Vayikra, 3:9 (Rashi).

3)

What was unique about the right calf of the Eil Milu'im?

1.

Rashi: It is the only time that it is burned together with the Eimurim, 1 and not given to the Kohanim. 2


1

The fat-pieces that of every Korban that are burned on the Mizbe'ach.

2

And the same applies to the three loaves of the Minchah that were burned on the Mizbe'ach instead of being given to Moshe (Rashi, Pasuk 23).

4)

Why was the right calf of the Eil Milu'im butned?

1.

Seforno: Because it corresponded to the right hand 1 of the Kohen, whom the Eil Milu'im was coming to inaugurate.


1

See Menachos, 10a (Seforno).

5)

What is the Torah coming to explain when it writes "ki Eil Milu'im hu"?

1.

Rashi: It is explaining why the right calf of the Shelamim was generally given to the Kohen. 1

2.

Seforno: It is explaining why, in the current case, it is burned. 2


1

Refer to 29:22:6:1.

2

Refer to 29:22:4:1.

6)

Why does the Torah refer to the ram of the Shelamim as "Eil ha'Milu'im"?

1.

Rashi: "Milu'im" (Malei) a Lashon of Sh'leimus, is synonymous with Shelamim. And the Torah is teaching us here that the current Korban is in fact, a Shelamim, because; like the Shelamim, it made peace between the Mizbe'ach, 1 the 'Kohen' 2 who performed the Avodah and the owners. 3


1

Which received the Emurim. 2

Moshe (who performed the Avodah during the Shiv'as Yemei ha'Milu'im, and) who received the Chazeh (chest [Rashi]). 3

Aharon and his sons, who ate the rest of the Korban (Rashi).

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