Origines Hebraeae; The Antiquities of the Hebrew Republick. in Four Books. the Ceremonial and Judicial Laws Volume 2

Origines Hebraeae; The Antiquities of the Hebrew Republick. in Four Books. the Ceremonial and Judicial Laws Volume 2

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1724 edition. Excerpt: ...upon the Marble Tables, conceiving that the Coldness of the Marble would correct the offenfive Smell of the Inwards, and preserve them from stinking in hot Weather. Then he takes the Knife and divides between the Lights and the Liveri but takes them not out yet; he cuts off the Breast, and gives it to him that was to carry it; and so goes along the right Side, and cuts that out, and goes down to the Spine Bones, and there cuts out the Loins; and so proceeds till the Beast was cut up as he ought to be, and gives the Pieces to the Priests, whofe Bufiness it was to carry them to the Altar. RcWPa3. It isa Tradition among the jfw, that eight te'it 2 13 Priests were required to carry the Pasts of a In ifliirc Miz-Sheep or a Goat; a Ram was to be born by bbh. p.?. eleven, and a Bullock by twenty-four, including a. 2. the Meat and DrinkOsterings that belong'd severally to these Sacrifices. The Priests, with the Parts of the divided Sacrifice in their Hands, go to the Rife of the Altar, and there lay them down and salt them. The Law of Moses in this Case was very strict, which commanded them to offer S: dt with all their Sacrifices; and their Observance of it was answerably strict also; for nothing (says Mttimonides) came upon the Altat unsalted unsalted, but only the Wine of the Drink-Offe-Chap. 4. ring, the Blood sprinkled, and the Wood of the JWJ Fire. And in three Places they used Salt; in the Chamber of Salt they salted the Skins of the Sacrifices;.upon the Rife of the Altar they salted the Parts of the Sacrifices; and upon the Top of the Altar they salted the Handful of Flower, and Oil, and the Frankincense, and the Offerings that were to be burnt, and the Burnt-Offerings of Birds. This Practice was solemnly enjoin'd...show more

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  • Paperback | 96 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 5mm | 186g
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  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236815564
  • 9781236815569