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 6:22  6:23
 7:1  7:2
6:22 [Although] it is holy of holies, any male priest may eat it.
Kol-zachar bakohanim yochal otah kodesh kodashim hi.
6:23 However, any sin offering whose blood is brought into the Communion Tent to make atonement in the sanctuary may not be eaten. It must be burned in fire.
Vechol-chatat asher yuva midamah el-Ohel Mo'ed lechaper bakodesh lo te'achel ba'esh tisaref.
7:1 This is the law of the guilt offering, which is holy of holies.
Vezot torat ha'asham kodesh kodashim hu.
7:2 The guilt offering must be slaughtered in the same place that the burnt offering is slaughtered, and its blood must be dashed on all sides of the altar.
Bimekom asher yishchatu et-ha'olah yishchatu et-ha'asham ve'et-damo yizrok al-hamizbe'ach saviv.


whose blood is brought...
  See Leviticus 4:5,16.

guilt offering
  Asham. See Leviticus 5:16,19,25.

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