Is there a detailed book for zevachim for daf nun and on it is hard to picture.Maybe they made for meschta middos?
I haven’t checked these Blatt but the Artscrolls usually have good pictures when they’re necessary to understand the Gemara.
I checked artscroll they dont have pics for making of the mizbaiach.
There is a very comprehensive one put out by mechon hamikdash. It’s available from their online store and their hebrew site.
Thanks for info.Does it show pic for all shittos?
im not bashing, but in my experience a paper an pen will ingrain it in your memory better. any specific problems i cna help you with?
Toi: how do you understand daf nun daled(a) ta shma on how they built the mizbaiach it goes on saying a box ontop of a box… thanks in advance.
sam4- im not sure in particular whats bothering you but i hope this helps. they made a frame and filled it with stones and a paste to glue them all together. like a squre cookie cutter. then when it dried they made a smaller one on top with the same filling etc. last they made an amah by amah frame for the kranos. hope this helped.
sam: I don’t own it so I don’t know but according to someone who does, it covers everything. (It should, it’s two fat volumes). I learned it in rambam, so I might be able to explain it to you? Are you familiar with pouring concrete?
ItcheSrulik: You learnt the Rambam inside?
Toi: thanks for your explanation,but visual I find the best. Imagine seeing a Bais Hamikdash and watching how everything is done and seeing the kelim,learning meschta zevachim would be much easier.
Sam: yes. He explains it very clearly. As Toi said, they would make a form out of wood and fill it with whole stones. Then they would pour the cement in around it. The reason it says “a box on top of a box” is because it is physically imposible for the cement to fill all the cracks if you stack the rocks too high. So they probably poured the yesod in one shot, then worked their way up from there. And yes, zevachim will be much easier when we see it done.
ItcheSrulik: Thank you for your explanation. I think I will look into that book you mentioned ,I really like visual along with learning.