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Zevachim 2 - For the Sake of Mitzvah
Zevachim 3 - He Noted a Contradiction and Resolved It
Zevachim 4 - For the Sake of the Sacrifice
Zevachim 5 - Why is an Erroneous Sacrifice Valid?
Zevachim 6 - Can There Be Forgiveness In Advance?
Zevachim 7 - Thanksgiving Offering Slaughtered as a Thanksgiving Offering of Another
Zevachim 8 - The Special Strictness of the Passover Offering
Zevachim 9 - Passover Sacrifice At the Wrong Time
Zevachim 10 - Thinking Ahead
Zavachim 11 - The Common Side Logic
Zavachim 12 - Rushing with the Passover Sacrifice
Zevachim 13 - Errors on Other Steps of the Sacrificial Service
Zevachim 14 - Walking with the Blood
Zevachim 15 - Carrying without Walking
Zevachim 16 - Who Cannot Do Sacrificial Service
Zevachim 17 - Others Who Cannot Perform Sacrificial Service
Zevachim 18 - A Priest Who is Under-dressed or Overdressed
Zevachim 19 - Clothes of a Kohen
Zevachim 20 - Kohanim Washing their Hands and Feet
Zevachim 21 - Kohanim Dipping Their Hands and Feet
Zevachim 22 - The Water Cistern (Kiyor)
Zevachim 23 - Uncircumcised in Flesh and Uncircumcised in Heart
Zevachim 24 - How Do the Kohanim Stand on the Floor
Zevachim 25 - Receiving the Blood of the Sacrifice
Zevachim 26 - Position of Sacrifices
Zevachim 27 - If the Blood was Applied in the Wrong Place
Zevachim 28 - When is the Sacrifice Rejected
Zevachim 29 - Rava Masterfully Explains a Long Verse
Zevachim 30 - Two Invalidations Invalidate Each Other
Zevachim 31 - When do Thoughts Mix
Zevachim 32 - Anybody Can Slaughter a Sacrifice
Zavachim 33 - Partial Entry
Zevachim 34 - Service Interruptions That Can Be Fixed
Zevachim 35 - Temporary Rejection
Zevachim 36 - Kohen Plans to Keep the Meat For Later
Zevachim 37 - Blood Service of Sacrifices
Zevachim 38 - Is Written or Pronounced Word More Important?
Zevachim 39 - Blood at the Inner Altar
Zevachim 40 - The Seven Sprinklings
Zevachim 41 - God Conceals the Sins of the Congregation
Zevachim 42 - Ruining an Offering with Half of its "Permitter"
Zevachim 43 - Only Permitted Matter Can Become Rejected
Zevachim 44 - Extending the Law of Rejection
Zevachim 45 - Non-Jewish Sacrifices in the Temple
Zevachim 46 - Exceptions to the Exceptions for the Laws of Rejection
Zevachim 47 - Proper Intentions and Proper Places for Sacrifices
Zevachim 48 - Why Do Most Holy Sacrifices Require North?
Zevachim 49 - Before and After
Zevachim 50 - Chains of Rules of Torah Learning?
Zevachim 51 - Pouring Out the Remnants of the Blood
Zevachim 52 - The Base of the Altar
Zevachim 53 - Communal and Individual Sin-Offerings
Zevachim 54 - Burnt Offering
Zevachim 55 - Guilt-, Thanksgiving-, and Peace-Offerings
Zevachim 56 - The Area for Slaughter, the Time for Blood
Zevachim 57 - First-born, Tithe, and Passover Sacrifices
Zevachim 58 - Sacrifice at the Top of the Altar
Zevachim 59 - Sacrifice Rejection, Damaged Altar
Zevachim 60 - The Copper Altar
Zevachim 61 - Altar without the Temple
Zevachim 62 - The Place of the Altar
Zevachim 63 - Flour and Bird Offerings
Zevachim 64 - Bird Sin-Offering and Burnt-Offering
Zevachim 65 - The Logic of Bird Offering
Zevachim 66 - Invalidations of Bird Offerings
Zevachim 67 - Rabbi Yehoshua and Rabbi Eliezer Argue About a Bird Burnt-Offering
Zevachim 68 - When is a Bird Considered Dead
Zevachim 69 - The Impurity of Swallowing
Zevachim 70 - Ritual Impurity of Birds According to Rabbi Yehudah
Zevachim 71 - Animal Mix-Up
Zevachim 72 - Why Nullification Does Not Apply
Zevachim 73 - How Does One Count?
Zevachim 74 - Counting One at a Time
Zevachim 75 - Mixing Wine vs. Mixing Animals
Zevachim 76 - A Leniency That Leads to a Stringency
Zevachim 77 - When Limbs of Sacrifices Get Mixed
Zevachim 78 - Blood Mixed with Water
Zevachim 79 - Blood Mixed with Blood
Zevachim 80 - Do Not Add to the Torah and Do Not Subtract From It - How To Understand This?
Zevachim 81 - Inside and Outside Bloods
Zevachim 82 - Which is Worse, Bringing Blood Inside or Taking It Outside?
Zevachim 83 - Offering Invalid Parts on the Altar
Zevachim 84 - The Altar Has Already Accepted Them
Zevachim 85 - These Must be Removed from the Altar
Zevachim 86 - Limbs That Fell off the Altar
Zevachim 87 - The Airspace of the Altar
Zevachim 88 - There is no Place for Poverty in the Place of Opulence
Zevachim 89 - Who Deserves to Come First
Zevachim 90 - Eating the Old Meat First
Zevachim 91 - Digression: Laws of Flour and Oil Offerings
Zevachim 92 - Washing Garments in the Courtyard
Zevachim 93 - Spattered Blood
Zevachim 94 - Laundering is a stringency of sin-offering
Zevachim 95 - Dirty Garment Left the Courtyard
Zevachim 96 - Chip the glasses and crack the plates!
Zevachim 97 - Can Cooking on the Next Day Remove Forbidden Flavors From the Day Before?
Zevachim 98 - What Each Kohen is Entitled to
Zevachim 99 - Which Kohen Does Not Get a Share in the Offerings
Zevachim 100 - Does the Mourner Eat the Passover Sacrifice?
Zevachim 101 - An Argument Between Moses and Aaron
Zevachim 102 - Was Moses a Kohen?
Zevachim 103 - Who Gets the Hide of a Sacrifice
Zevachim 104 - Hides of Invalidated Offerings
Zevachim 105 - The Impurity of Bulls and Goats that are Burned
Zevachim 106 - Sacrifices Outside the Temple
Zevachim 107 - What does "Outside" Mean
Zevachim 108 - Stringencies of Slaughtering and of Offering Up a Sacrifice Outside
Zevachim 109 - Does One Need an Altar to Sacrifice Outside?
Zevachim 110 - Offering Parts of Sacrifices Outside
Zevachim 111 - Sacrificing Birds Outside the Temple
Zevachim 112 - When One is not Liable for Sacrificing Outside
Zevachim 113 - Was There Flood in the Land of Israel?
Zevachim 114 - Temporarily Blemished Sacrifices Brought Outside
Zevachim 115 - When Sacrificing Outside is Permitted
Zevachim 116 - How to Bring Sacrifices on a Private Altar
Zevachim 117 - The Three Camps
Zevachim 118 - How Long Did the Tabernacle Stand?
Zevachim 119 - The Resting Place and the Inheritance
Zevachim 120 - Not Everything is Allowed on a Private Altar