Messengers and Scribes: the and in the Old Testament

Messengers and Scribes: the and in the Old Testament 366 all around the said aperture" 1). Direct internal evidence that bet6kh6 stands in a relative relationship to what preceeds it is furnished by the parallel passage in Exodus xxxix 23-Hlnn '33 "And the aperture of the robe which is in the centre of it (they made) like the opening of a tahrd"'. (B) The account of the High Priest's robe given by JOSEPHUS 2) assumes that the neck aperture was not bent over inside, but that it was merely bound with stitching to form a border: "Now thi tunic is not composed of two pieces, to be stitched at the shoulders and at the sides. It is one long woven cloth, with a slit for the neck, parted not crosswise but lengthwise from the breast to a point in the middle ot the back. A border is stitched thereto to hide from the eye the unsightliness of the cut". When treating of matters relating to priestly tradition JOSEPHUS might be regarded as particularly well-informed, considering not only his own priestly descent but also his personal involvement with priestly affair. It will be recalled that his first - and most fateful - visit to Rome was in order http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Vetus Testamentum Brill

Messengers and Scribes: the and in the Old Testament

Vetus Testamentum , Volume 24 (3): 366 – Jan 1, 1974

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© 1974 Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, The Netherlands
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0042-4935
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1568-5330
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366 all around the said aperture" 1). Direct internal evidence that bet6kh6 stands in a relative relationship to what preceeds it is furnished by the parallel passage in Exodus xxxix 23-Hlnn '33 "And the aperture of the robe which is in the centre of it (they made) like the opening of a tahrd"'. (B) The account of the High Priest's robe given by JOSEPHUS 2) assumes that the neck aperture was not bent over inside, but that it was merely bound with stitching to form a border: "Now thi tunic is not composed of two pieces, to be stitched at the shoulders and at the sides. It is one long woven cloth, with a slit for the neck, parted not crosswise but lengthwise from the breast to a point in the middle ot the back. A border is stitched thereto to hide from the eye the unsightliness of the cut". When treating of matters relating to priestly tradition JOSEPHUS might be regarded as particularly well-informed, considering not only his own priestly descent but also his personal involvement with priestly affair. It will be recalled that his first - and most fateful - visit to Rome was in order

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