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Mishnah, Tamid, 3.5

nanThe priest who had won the right to slaughter the tamid takes it along with him to the slaughter house, and those who had won the right to bring the limbs up followed after him. The slaughter house was to the north of the altar, and on it were eight small pillars on top of which were blocks of cedar wood, in which were fixed hooks of iron, three rows in each, upon which they would hang [the tamid] and they would strip its hide on tables of marble that stood between the pillars."

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high priest Trudinger (2004) 15
tamid service,components Trudinger (2004) 15
tamid service,description Trudinger (2004) 15
tamid service,priests,role of Trudinger (2004) 15
tamid tractate,in mishnah' Trudinger (2004) 15