- Clearly, the oldest ceremony on Seder night is the Korban Pesach, which was celebrated for over 1000 years!
- The Pesach celebration is recounted many times in the Tanach – in Egypt, in the desert, with Yehoshua on the entry into Eretz Yisrael, with Chizkiyahu, with Yoshiyahu and with Ezra.
- In the post-Tanach era during the Second Temple period we also see a number of accounts of the Korban Pesach.
- So too, the mitzvot to eat matza an marror accompanied the Korban Pesach throughout the generations.
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