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 7:11  7:12
 7:13
7:11 Third Reading
This is the law of the peace offering that is sacrificed to God.
Vezot torat zevach hashlamim asher yakriv l'Adonay.
7:12 If it is offered as a thanksgiving offering, then it must be presented along with unleavened loaves mixed with oil, flat matzahs saturated with oil, and loaves made of boiled flour mixed with oil.
Im al-todah yakrivenu vehikriv al-zevach hatodah chalot matsot blulot bashemen urekikey matsot meshuchim bashamen vesolet murbechet chalot blulot bashamen.
7:13 The sacrifice shall [also] be presented along with loaves of leavened bread. [All these] shall be presented with one's thanksgiving peace offering.
Al-chalot lechem chamets yakriv korbano al-zevach todat shlamav.



Commentary:

peace offering
  See Leviticus 3:1-17.

unleavened loaves...
  See Leviticus 2:4.

boiled flour...
  See Leviticus 6:14, Exodus 29:2.

leavened bread
  Thus, four types of bread were presented. Ten loaves of each type, for a total of 40 loaves, were presented (Yad, Maaseh HaKorbanoth 9:17-22).





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