Vol 17.17 - Tazria 2 Spanish French Audio Video
Siyum of tractate Kinim
Explanation of the statement of R' Yehoshua that "The Sages have said: ‘when (the beast) is alive it possesses one sound, but when it is dead its sound is sevenfold’. and the difference in halacha. the connection to the statement of R' Shimon b. Akashiah that "the elders of the simple folk etc and the elders of the Sages etc."
Lesson: The night that shines like the day
Mishnah 6. if a woman says: ‘I vow a pair of birds if i give birth to a male child’;and she does give birth to a male child, then she must
offer up two pairs — one for her vow and one for her obligation. if (before she assigned them) she gave them to the priest, and the priest
who ought to offer three birds above and one below does not do so, but offers two above and two below, and does not seek guidance,
then must she bring another bird (of the same kind) and offer that above. (this is if the birds she brought) are of one kind. if they were of
two kinds, then must she bring two others. if she had expressly defined her vow. then must she bring three other birds. (this is if the
birds she brought) are of one kind, for were they of two kinds, she must bring four others. if she made a definite fixture at the time of her
vow, then must she bring another five birds — (that is, if those she originally brought) were of one kind. if they were of two kinds, then
must she bring six others. if she gave them to the priest and it be not known what she gave, and the priest performed the sacrifice, but
knows not now how he performed it, then must she bring four other birds for her vow, and two for her obligation and one for her
sin-offering. ben ‘azzai says: (she must bring) two sin-offerings.
R' Yehoshua said: to this applies what (the sages) have said: ‘when (the beast) is alive it possesses one sound, but when it is dead its sound is
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