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I don't think we have enough sources to be able to estimate how often the average person brought each type of sacrifice, save for one type - kinei yoldot (see further down). We can, however, estimate that the average person maybe went a few times in his or her lifetime to the Temple. This can be pretty safely said about the Second Temple, and is probably ...


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It is possible that the most frequent sacrifices were not expensive animals but instead cheaper offerings of birds or flour. As suggested by @pcoz in comments, I note that Sefer HaChinuch explicitly writes multiple times that the Torah prescribes "cheaper" sacrifices for sins that are commonplace (for individuals of lesser means). This applies to e....


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