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Mishnah, Horayot, 2.7

nanThe individual and the ruler are both obligated to bring an asham talui, but the anointed priest and the court are exempt. The individual and the ruler and the anointed priest are obligated to bring an asham vadai, but the court is exempt. For the hearing of the voice [of adjuration]; for an oath made by an expression, or for impurity relating to the Temple and its holy things, the court is not obligated but the individual, the ruler and the anointed priest are obligated. Except that the anointed priest is not liable for impurity relating to the Temple and its holy things; these are the words of Rabbi Shimon.What do they bring? A sliding scale sacrifice. Rabbi Eliezer says: the ruler brings a goat."

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amoraim,amoraic period Schiffman (1983) 129
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gershom ben judah Schiffman (1983) 129
heaven,punishment at the hands of Schiffman (1983) 129
hebrew,qumran Schiffman (1983) 129
law,geonic Schiffman (1983) 129
law,mishnaic Schiffman (1983) 129
law,sectarian Schiffman (1983) 129
maimonides,moses Schiffman (1983) 129
oath,of initiation Schiffman (1983) 129
oath,violation of Schiffman (1983) 129
priests,aaronide Schiffman (1983) 129
property,restitution of lost or stolen Schiffman (1983) 129
punishment,penalty Schiffman (1983) 129
rabbi judah ben bathyra Schiffman (1983) 129
rabbis,rabbinic literature Schiffman (1983) 129
sacrifice Schiffman (1983) 129
tannaim,tannaitic law,judaism,period Schiffman (1983) 129
temple,cult,jerusalem Schiffman (1983) 129
witnesses,two' Schiffman (1983) 129