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1)

What does "Begadim Acherim" mean?

1.

Rashi: It means inferior Bigdei Kehunah.

2.

Ramban, Moshav Zekenim: Some say that they are Bigdei Chol. 1


1

Since it is not considered an Avodah - Indeed, even Ba'alei Mumin were eligible to take the ashes outside (Ba'al ha'Turim).

2)

Why must the Kohen who removes the ashes from the Mizbe'ach change his clothes?

1.

Rashi: Changing into better clothes 1 is not obligatory, but proper - in order not to dirty the clothes in which he performs major Avodos, whilst performing a secondary Avodah. 2

2.

Ramban: The Kohanim had two sets of clothing, one better quality (newer?), the other, inferior quality - and it is a Mitzvah when taking out the ashes to change into the latter (for the reason cited by Rashi).


1

See Ramban.

2

Whilst cooking the king's food, one does not wear the same garments that one wears whilst pouring out his wine (Rashi).

3)

Which ashes is the Pasuk referring to?

1.

Rashi: It is the ashes that were piled on the 'Tapu'ach' (the pile of spent ashes that had been removed from the Ma'arachah). 1


1

When it became excessive (Rashi).

4)

To where did he take the ashes?

1.

Rashi: Refer to 4:12:2:1.

5)

Why does the Torah find it necessary to add "el Makom Tahor"?

1.

Rashi: Refer to 4:12:3:1.

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