501.        That a woman after childbirth shall bring an offering when she is clean (Lev. 12:6).

502.        That the leper shall bring a sacrifice after he is cleansed (Lev. 14:10).

503.        That a man having an issue shall bring a sacrifice after he is cleansed of his issue (Lev. 15:13-15).

504.        That a woman having an issue shall bring a sacrifice after she is cleansed of her issue (Lev. 15:28-30).

505.        To observe, on Yom Kippur, the service appointed for that day, regarding the sacrifice, confessions, sending away of the scapegoat, etc. (Lev. 16:3-34).

506.        Not to slaughter beasts set apart for sacrifices outside (the Sanctuary) (Lev. 17:3-4).

507.        Not to eat flesh of a sacrifice that has been left over (beyond the time appointed for its consumption) (Lev. 19:8).

508.        Not to sanctify blemished cattle for sacrifice on the altar (Lev. 22:20).

509.        That every animal offered up shall be without blemish (Lev. 22:21).

510.        Not to inflict a blemish on cattle set apart for sacrifice (Lev. 22:21).

511.        Not to slaughter blemished cattle as sacrifices (Lev. 22:22).

512.        Not to burn the limbs of blemished cattle upon the altar (Lev. 22:22).

513.        Not to sprinkle the blood of blemished cattle upon the altar (Lev. 22:24).

514.        Not to offer up a blemished beast that comes from non-Israelites (Lev. 22:25).

515.        That sacrifices of cattle can only take place when they are at least eight days old (Lev. 22:27).

516.        Not to leave any flesh of the thanksgiving offering until the morning (Lev. 22:30).

517.        To offer up the meal-offering of the Omer on the morrow after the first day of Passover, together with one lamb (Lev. 23:10).

518.        Not to eat bread made of new grain before the Omer of barley has been offered up on the second day of Passover (Lev. 23:14).

519.        Not to eat roasted grain of the new produce before that time (Lev. 23:14).

520.        Not to eat fresh ears of the new grain before that time (Lev. 23:14).

521.        To bring on Shavu’ot loaves of bread together with the sacrifices which are then offered up in connection with the loaves (Lev. 23:17-20).

522.        To offer up an additional sacrifice on Passover (Lev. 23:36).

523.        That one who vows to the Lord the monetary value of a person shall pay the amount appointed in the Scriptural portion (Lev. 27:2-8).

524.        If a beast is exchanged for one that had been set apart as an offering, both become sacred (Lev. 27:10).

525.        Not to exchange a beast set aside for sacrifice (Lev. 27:10).

526.        That one who vows to the Lord the monetary value of an unclean beast shall pay its value (Lev. 27:11-13).

527.        That one who vows the value of a his house shall pay according to the appraisal of the priest (Lev. 27:11-13).

528.        That one who sanctifies to the Lord a portion of his field shall pay according to the estimation appointed in the Scriptural portion (Lev. 27:16-24).

529.        Not to transfer a beast set apart for sacrifice from one class of sacrifices to another (Lev. 27:26).

530.        To decide in regard to dedicated property as to which is sacred to the Lord and which belongs to the kohein (Lev. 27:28).

531.        Not to sell a field devoted to the Lord (Lev. 27:28).

532.        Not to redeem a field devoted to the Lord (Lev. 27:28).

533.        To make confession before the Lord of any sin that one has committed, when bringing a sacrifice and at other times (Num. 5:6-7).

534.        Not to put olive oil in the meal-offering of a woman suspected of adultery (Num. 5:15).

535.        Not to put frankincense on it (Num. 5:15).

536.        To offer up the regular sacrifices daily (two lambs as burnt offerings) (Num. 28:3).

537.        To offer up an additional sacrifice every Shabbat (two lambs) (Num. 28:9).

538.        To offer up an additional sacrifice every New Moon (Num. 28:11).

539.        To bring an additional offering on Shavu’ot (Num. 28:26-27).

540.        To offer up an additional sacrifice on Rosh Hashanah (Num. 29:1-6).

541.        To offer up an additional sacrifice on Yom Kippur (Num. 29:7-8).

542.        To offer up an additional sacrifice on Sukkot (Num. 29:12-34).

543.        To offer up an additional offering on Shemini Atzeret, which is a festival by itself (Num. 29:35-38).

544.        To bring all offerings, whether obligatory or freewill, on the first festival after these were incurred (Deut. 12:5-6).

545.        Not to offer up sacrifices outside (the Sanctuary) (Deut. 12:13).

546.        To offer all sacrifices in the Sanctuary (Deut. 12:14).

547.        To redeem cattle set apart for sacrifices that contracted disqualifying blemishes, after which they may be eaten by anyone. (Deut. 12:15).

548.        Not to eat of the unblemished firstling outside Jerusalem (Deut. 12:17).

549.        Not to eat the flesh of the burnt-offering (Deut. 12:17).

550.        That the kohanim shall not eat the flesh of the sin-offering or guilt-offering outside the Courtyard (of the Sanctuary) (Deut. 12:17).

551.        Not to eat of the flesh of the sacrifices that are holy in a minor degree, before the blood has been sprinkled (on the altar), (Deut. 12:17).

552.        That the priests shall not eat the first-fruits before they are set down in the Courtyard (of the Sanctuary) (Deut. 12:17).

553.        To take trouble to bring sacrifices to the Sanctuary from places outside the land of Israel (Deut. 12:26).

554.        Not to eat the flesh of beasts set apart as sacrifices, that have been rendered unfit to be offered up by deliberately inflicted blemish (Deut. 14:3).

555.        Not to do work with cattle set apart for sacrifice (Deut. 15:19).

556.        Not to shear beasts set apart for sacrifice (Deut. 15:19).

557.        Not to leave any portion of the festival offering brought on the fourteenth of Nissan unto the third day (Deut. 16:4).

558.        Not to offer up a beast that has a temporary blemish (Deut. 17:1).

559.        Not to bring sacrifices out of the hire of a harlot or price of a dog (apparently a euphemism for sodomy) (Deut. 23:18).

560.        To read the portion prescribed on bringing the first fruits (Deut. 26:5-10). Ritual Purity and Impurity

561.        That eight species of creeping things defile by contact (Lev. 11:29-30).

562.        That foods become defiled by contact with unclean things (Lev. 11:34).

563.        That anyone who touches the carcass of a beast that died of itself shall be unclean (Lev. 11:39).

564.        That a lying-in woman is unclean like a menstruating woman (in terms of uncleanness) (Lev. 12:2-5).

565.        That a leper is unclean and defiles (Lev. 13:2-46).

566.        That the leper shall be universally recognized as such by the prescribed marks So too, all other unclean persons should declare themselves as such (Lev. 13:45).

567.        That a leprous garment is unclean and defiles (Lev. 13:47-49).

568.        That a leprous house defiles (Lev. 14:34-46).

569.        That a man, having a running issue, defiles (Lev. 15:1-15).

570.        That the seed of copulation defiles (Lev. 15:16).

571.        That purification from all kinds of defilement shall be effected by immersion in the waters of a mikvah (Lev. 15:16).

572.        That a menstruating woman is unclean and defiles others (Lev. 15:19-24).

573.        That a woman, having a running issue, defiles (Lev. 15:25-27).

574.        To carry out the ordinance of the Red Heifer so that its ashes will always be available (Num. 19:9).

575.        That a corpse defiles (Num. 19:11-16).

576.        That the waters of separation defile one who is clean, and cleanse the unclean from pollution by a dead body (Num. 19:19-22). Lepers and Leprosy

577.        Not to drove off the hair of the scall (Lev. 13:33).

578.        That the procedure of cleansing leprosy, whether of a man or of a house, takes place with cedar-wood, hyssop, scarlet thread, two birds, and running water (Lev. 14:1-7).

579.        That the leper shall shave all his hair (Lev. 14:9).

580.        Not to pluck out the marks of leprosy (Deut. 24:8). The King

581.        Not to curse a ruler, that is, the King or the head of the College in the land of Israel (Ex. 22:27).

582.        To appoint a king (Deut. 17:15).

583.        Not to appoint as ruler over Israel, one who comes from non-Israelites (Deut. 17:15).

584.        That the King shall not acquire an excessive number of horses (Deut. 17:16).

585.        That the King shall not take an excessive number of wives (Deut. 17:17).

586.        That he shall not accumulate an excessive quantity of gold and silver (Deut. 17:17).

587.        That the King shall write a scroll of the Torah for himself, in addition to the one that every person should write, so that he writes two scrolls (Deut. 17:18). Nazarites

588.        That a Nazarite shall not drink wine, or anything mixed with wine which tastes like wine; and even if the wine or the mixture has turned sour, it is prohibited to him (Num. 6:3).

589.        That he shall not eat fresh grapes (Num. 6:3).

590.        That he shall not eat dried grapes (raisins) (Num. 6:3).

591.        That he shall not eat the kernels of the grapes (Num. 6:4). 592.        That he shall not eat of the skins of the grapes (Num. 6:4).

593.        That the Nazarite shall permit his hair to grow (Num. 6:5). 594.        That the Nazarite shall not cut his hair (Num. 6:5).

595.        That he shall not enter any covered structure where there is a dead body (Num. 6:6) (negative).

596.        That a Nazarite shall not defile himself for any dead person by being in the presence of the corpse (Num. 6:7).

597.        That the Nazarite shall shave his hair when he brings his offerings at the completion of the period of his Nazariteship, or within that period if he has become defiled (Num. 6:9). Wars

598.        That those engaged in warfare shall not fear their enemies nor be panic-stricken by them during battle (Deut. 3:22, 7:21, 20:3).

599.        To anoint a special priest to speak to the soldiers in a war (Deut. 20:2).

600.        In a permissive war (as distinguished from obligatory ones), to observe the procedure prescribed in the Torah (Deut. 20:10).