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Mishnah, Menachot, 5.7

nanRabbi Shimon says, there are three kinds [of sacrifices] which require three commandments; two [of the three] apply to each kind, but none of them require a third. And these are they: the shelamim of the individual, the shelamim of the community and the asham of the leper. The shelamim of the individual requires the laying on of hands for the living animal and waving after it is slaughtered, but it does not require waving while alive. The shelamim of the community requires waving while alive and also after it is slaughtered, but it does not require the laying on of hands. The asham of the leper requires the laying on of hands and also waving while alive, but it does not require waving after it is slaughtered."

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milgrom,jacob Balberg (2017) 50
owner,laying of hands by Balberg (2017) 50
priestly code (p),on laying of hands Balberg (2017) 50
process,sacrificial Balberg (2017) 50
purpose of sacrifice,offerer in relation to Balberg (2017) 50
ritual narrative Balberg (2017) 50
substitution,of animal for self' Balberg (2017) 50