R. ACHA AND THE TEKI'OS FOR EACH MUSAF (cont.)
Question (Bereisa cited by Rava b. Shmuel): We are taught (based on uv'Roshei Chodsheichem) that we do not blow Teki'os on each Musaf!?
Answer: This refutes R. Acha.
Question: How does uv'Roshei Chodsheichem imply that we do not blow for each Musaf?
Answer (Abaye): It teaches that all Roshei Chodoshim are alike, even if it falls on Shabbos with its additional Musaf.
Answer (R. Ashi): Chodsheichem (written singular) contrasts with Roshei (plural) to teach that the day with two "heads" ie. Rosh ha'Shanah, has one Teki'ah.
Question (another Beraisa cited against R. Acha): We see that only one Shir (and, by extension, one set of Teki'os) is said on Shabbos!?
Answer: This also refutes R. Acha.
Question: But R. Acha based himself in a Pasuk and a Beraisa!?
Answer (Ravina): The Beraisa (ha'Kol l'Fi ha'Musafin) teaches that we must extend the nine Teki'os.
Answer (Rabbis of Keisari citing R. Acha): It teaches that there are more players when there are two Korbanos.
RECITING KORBANOS OUTSIDE OF ERETZ YISRAEL
Question: How are we to allocate the recitation of the Korbanos in Chutz La'Aretz (two days of Yom Tov)!?
Answer (Abaye): The recitation of Day Two is omitted.
Answer (Rava): Day Seven is omitted, and a Beraisa supports Rava (we see that Yimotu is omitted).
Ameimar instituted in Naharda'a that the two (possible) days are mentioned on each day of Chol ha'Moed.
MISHNAH: THE ALLOCATION OF THE KORBANOS TO THE MISHMAROS
The formula for allocating the Korbanos to the 24 Mishmaros is given and applied to each day.
Each day, one less Mishmar participates in the Parim-Eilim-Sair
The 14 Kevasim are then divided into the remaining Mishmaros, with the maximum number of Mishmaros being given two Kevasim.
The Korbanos of Shemini Atzeres are allocated by lots.
The Parim are allocated to those who had not yet offered them.
Question: The Mishnah (which seems to mandate lots between all the Mishmaros on Shemini Atzeres) appears to be the opinion of Rebbi.
Rebbi allows that the Payis is among all the Mishmaros.
Chachamim maintain that only the two Mishmaros which had not received three Parim drew lots.
Answer: The Mishnah does not necessarily mean that all the Mishamros were involved, since the remaining two Mishmaros also needed a Payis!
Question: The statement which says that all but two Mishmaros received three Parim seems to be consistent with Rebbi (since according to Chachamim one of those two Mishmaros received the Korban Shemini Atzeres)!?
Answer: It refers to those who did not receive a third during Sukos itself (not altogether).
Question: Of what Chidush is this Beraisa?
Answer: It teaches that the ones who received Parim one day did not do so the next day.
SEVENTY AND ONE OFFERINGS
(R. Elazar): The 70 Parim are to atone for the 70 nations of the world.
The one Par of Shemini Atzeres is associated with the One Nation, alone (Mashal to the King...).
(R. Yochanan): The Nations don't know what they lost now that there is none to atone for them.
MISHNAH: ALLOCATING THE MATANOS AMONG THE MISHMAROS
On the three Regalim all Mishmaros shared in all of the Matanos (including the Eimurei Regalim, the Lechem ha'Panim [Matzah] and the Shtei ha'Lechem [Chametz] on Shavuos).
The one distributing the Lechem said, 'here is your Matzah, here is your Chametz.'
The Mishmar whose week falls on the Regel receives the Temidim, Nedarim, Nedavos and other Korbanos Tzibur.
That Mishmar offers everything.