Daily Flour-Offering of the Head Kohen - Chavitin of the Kohen Gadol

Brought [twice] daily: Menachot 50b, 51a
Whether this is brought even on Shabbat: Yoma 50a; Menachot 51a; Temurah 14a
Bringing it even if the Head Kohen is Impure: Menachot 50b, 51a
How much flour was used, and how it was processed: Menachot 50b
Not bringing half of a unit of flour, but rather the entire unit and then halving it: Menachot 50b, 51b
The flour must be baked in a vessel: Menachot 51a
How much oil is added: Menachot 51a
Use of frankincense: Menachot 51a
The amount of frankincense: Menachot 52a
The process of cooking it: Menachot 50b
Prepared inside the Temple: Menachot 50b
Whether it is burnt on the altar, and prohibited in consumption: Menachot 51b
Prepared and Brought even on Shabbat: Menachot 50b-51a
If it is baked a day beforehand, it is invalid as leftovers: Menachot 51a
What is done for the afternoon offering, if the Head Kohen dies after the morning offering and a new one is appointed: Menachot 50b [2x]
What is done for the afternoon offering, if the Head Kohen dies and a new one has not been appointed: Menachot 51b, 52a
For the Above Two Cases, how the frankincense and oil are arranged: Menachot 52a-b
What is done for the afternoon offering, if the flour becomes impure: Menachot 50b
What is done for the afternoon offering, if the flour is lost: Menachot 50b
Whether a past kohen gadol can bring this: Megillah 9b
Bringing part of it outside the Beit haMikdash: Zevachim 42a
Is pigul intent while bringing the chavitin significant, given that they are not rendered permissible for use by service involving some other [matir] item: Zevachim 42b-43b, 44a

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