A Sotah's Flour Offering - Minchat Kenaot

Is the purpose of this offering to achieve atonement, or to clarify sin?: Keritot 24a
The Sotah's flour offering, unlike other flour offerings, did not have oil and frankincense: Sotah 14a
The vessel used to hold the offering; this differed from that of other flour offerings: Sotah 14a
The Sotah's flour offering is of barley, as opposed to other flour offerings, which are of wheat. The only other barley offering is the Omer Offering, which is more refined than that of the Sotah: Sotah 14a
Her offering is brought from barley, which is considered animal fodder, to reflect the bestial nature of sin: Sotah 14a
How many offerings are brought if she is a Sotah with multiple men: Keritot 9b
Having the Sotah carry the offering, to tire her: Sotah 14a
The remaining flour, after separation of the handful for the altar, goes to a Kohen: Zevachim 44b; Menachot 72b-73a
Who did the lifting of the offering, and how: Kiddushin 36a, 36b
Bringing this offering on a holiday: Temurah 14b
What happened to the offering if the woman admitted to having had an illicit relationship with a man, or if witnesses came with testimony to that effect: Sotah 6a-b, 22b-23a
What happens if witnesses come with testimony that the woman had an illicit relationship, and then they are proven invalid by others who say "You were with us at that time!": Sotah 6b; Keritot 24a
What happens if the offering becomes impure: Sotah 6b, 22b
What happens if the wife or husband dies before/after the handful of flour is brought: Sotah 6b, 22b
Does a woman bring this offering if she wasn't sure whether she was a sotah, then Yom Kippur passed, and then she found out she had been a sotah: Keritot 26a

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