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Of meats clean

and unclean. it shall be thine, and thy sons' 9 1These shall ye eat of all ch.23.14,Perpetual Statutes. With thee, by a statute for ever; that are in the waters: what

as the LORD hath commanded. soever hath fins and scales in Ge.1.21, Fish, Ps.8.8.

16 | And Mōʻşeş diligently the waters, in the seas, and in
sought the goat of the sin offer the rivers, them shall ye eat.

ing, and, behold, it was burnt: 10 And all that have not fins Ex.32.19, Indignation, and he was angry with E-le-ā-- and scales in the seas, and in

(Nu.16.15. zar and Ith'a-mär, the sons of the rivers, of all that move in

Aâr'on which were left alive, the waters, and of any living

thing which is in the waters, Ex.29.32. Priests' Food, 17 Wherefore have ye not they shall be an abomination; De.14.3.

[ch.24.9. Ex.29.14, Sin-offerings,

eaten the sin offering in the unto you:

[Nu.6.11. holy place, seeing it is most 11 They shall be even Ex.26.33, Holy Place. holy, and God hath given it abomination unto you; ye shall See Sin-bearer, Is.53.12. you to bear the iniquity of the not eat of their flesh, but ye ch.4.20,Atonement ch.14.21. congregation, to make atone-shall have their carcases in

ment for them before the LORD ? abomination.

18 Behold, the blood of it was 12 Whatsoever hath no fins nor not brought in within the holy scales in the waters, that shall

place : ye should indeed have be an abomination unto you.

eaten it in the holy place, as I 13 TAnd these are they which p.p.De.14.12.

ye shall have in abomination
19 And Aar'on said unto Moʻ- among the fowls; they shall Ge.1.20, Birds, De.14.11.
seş, Behold, this day have they not be eaten, they are an abom-

offered their sin offering and ination: the eagle, and the osEx.29.18, Burnt-offerings. their burnt offering before the sifrage, and the ospray,

LORD; and such things have 14 And the vulture, and the Vultures, De.14.13.
befallen me: and if I had eaten kite after his kind;

the sin offering to day, should 15 Every raven after his kind;
See Unacceptable Offer it have been accepted in the 16 And the owl, and the night Owls, De.14.16.
(ings, Ge.4.5. sight of the LORD?

hawk, and the cuckow, and the Hawks. De.14.15.
20 And when Mōʻşeş heard hawk after his kind,
that, he was content.

17 And the little owl, and the

cormorant, and the great owl, Cormorants, De.14.17. B.C.1490

What beasts may and what may not. 18 And the swan, and the pel- Pelicans, De.14.17.
be eaten, etc.

ican, and the gier eagle,
ND the LORD spake unto 19 And the stork, the heron Storks, Ps.104.17.

A , . , ,

to you.

ling unto them,

and the bat. 2 Speak unto the children of 20 All fowls that creep, going Ge.1.26, Creeping Things, Izóra-el, saying, These are the upon all four, shall be an abom

(v.42. beasts which ye shall eat among ination unto you. all the beasts that are on the 21 Yet these may ye eat of earth.

every flying creeping thing that 3 Whatsoever parteth the goeth upon all four, which have hoof, and is clovenfooted, and legs above their feet, to leap

cheweth the cud, among the withal upon the earth; Ge.18.8. Food (3), De.32.14. beasts, that shall ye eat. 22 Even these of them ye may

4 Nevertheless these shall ye eat; the locust after his kind, Ex.10.4, Locusts, De.28.38. Ge.9.4, Food Prohibited, not eat of them that chew the and the bald locust after his p.p.Mt.3.4.

(ch.22.8. cud, or of them that divide the kind, and the beetle after his Ge.12.16, Camels, Jud.6.5. hoof: as the camel, because he kind, and the grasshopper after Grasshoppers, Nu.13.33.

cheweth the cud, but divideth his kind.
not the hoof; he is unclean un- 23 But all other flying creep-

ing things, which have four Conies, Ps.104.18.

5 And the coney, because he feet, shall be an abomination
cheweth the cud, but divideth unto you.
not the hoof; he is unclean un- 24 And for these ye shall be

unclean: whosoever toucheth
6 And the hare, because he the carcase of them shall be
cheweth the cud, but divideth unclean until the even. ch.7.21, Pollutions (1).
not the hoof; he is unclean 25 And whosoever beareth
unto you.

ought of the carcase of them Swine, Is.65.4.

7 And the swine, though he shall wash his clothes, and bech.6.27, Washing.
divide the hoof, and be cloven- unclean until the even.
footed, yet he cheweth not the 26 The carcases

of every
cud; he is unclean to you. beast which divideth the hoof,

8 Of their flesh shall ye not and is not clovenfooted, nor

eat, and their carcase shall ye cheweth the cud, are unclean p.p.Is.52.11.

not touch; they are unclean to unto you: every one that touch-

leth them shall be unclean,

to you.

The creeping things


which are unclean. 27 And whatsoever goeth upon clothes, and be unclean until his paws, among all manner of the even: he also that beareth beasts that go on all four, those the carcase of it shall wash his are unclean unto you: whoso clothes, and be unclean until

toucheth their carcase shall be the even. ch.7.21, Pollutions (1). unclean until the even.

41 And every creeping thing
28 And he that beareth the that creepeth upon the earth
carcase of them shall wash his shall be an abomination; it
clothes, and be unclean until shall not be eaten.
the even: they are unclean 42 Whatsoever goeth upon the
unto you.

belly, and whatsoever goeth up29 | These also shall be un- on all four, or whatsoever hath Ge.1.26, Creeping Things. clean unto you among the creep- more feet among all creeping Ge.1.26, Creeping Things, ing things that creep upon the things that creep upon the

(De.14.19. earth; the weasel, and the earth, them ye shall not eat; Ge.9.4, Food Prohibited. Mice, 1 5.6.4.

mouse, and the tortoise after for they are an abomination.
his kind,

43 Ye shall not make your
30 And the ferret, and the selves abominable with any

chameleon, and the lizard, and creeping thing that creepeth,
the snail, and the mole. neither shall ye make your-

31 These are unclean to you selves unclean with them, that
among all that creep: whoso- ye should be defiled thereby. Defilement (2), ch.15.2.

ever doth touch them, when 44 For I am the LORD your p.p.Is.51.15. ch.7.21, Pollutions (1). they be dead, shall be unclean God: ye shall therefore sanc- Ex.19.22, Sanctification (2). until the even.

tify yourselves, and ye shall be 32 And upon whatsoever any holy; for I am holy: neither of them, when they are dead, shall ye defile yourselves with ch.11.43, Defilement (2). doth fall, it shall be unclean; any manner of creeping thing whether it be any vessel of that creepeth upon the earth. wood, or raiment, or skin, or 45 For I am the LORD that

sack, whatsoever vessel it be, bringeth you up out of the land De.8.2, Divine Leader.

wherein any work is done, it of Eʻgypt, to be your God: ye De.14.2, Spir. Adoption.
must be put into water, and it shall therefore be holy, for I Ex.19.6,Holiness (3),ch.19.2.
shall be unclean until the even; am holy.
so it shall be cleansed.

46 This is the law of the
33 And every earthen vessel, beasts, and of the fowl, and of
whereinto any of them falleth, every living creature that mov-
whatsoever is in it shall be un-eth in the waters, and of every
clean; and ye shall break it. creature that creepeth upon the

34 Of all meat which may be earth: eaten, that on which such wa- 47 To make a difference beter cometh shall be unclean: tween the unclean and the ch.10.10, Separation (7), and all drink that may be drunk clean, and between the beast

[ch.20.25. in every such vessel shall be that may be eaten and the unclean.

beast that may not be eaten. 35 And everything where

upon any part of their car. The purification of a woman after B.C.1490.
ch.7.21, Pollutions (1). case falleth shall be unclean; childbirth : 6 her offerings for her

whether it be oven, or ranges purifying.
for pots they shall be btoken. A Mother Lupine spake unto
and shall be unclean unto you. 2 Speak unto the children of

36 Nevertheless a fountain or Iş'ra-el, saying, If a woman have
pit, wherein there is plenty of conceived seed, and born a man
water, shall be clean: but that child: then she shall be unclean ch.13.3, Uncleanness.
which toucheth their carcase seven days; according to the
shall be unclean.

days of the separation for her ch.13.5, Separation (1). 37 And if any part of their infirmity shall she be unclean. carcase fall upon any sowing 3 And in the eighth day the seed which is to be sown, it flesh of his foreskin shall be shall be clean. circumcised.

Ge.17.10, Circumcision. 38 But if any water be put 4 And she shall then continue upon the seed, and any part of in the blood of her purifying their carcase fall thereon, it three and thirty days; she shall shall be unclean unto you. touch no hallowed thing, nor

39 And if any beast, of which come into the sanctuary, until ye may eat, die; he that touch- the days of her purifying be Nu.31.20, Purification.

eth the carcase thereof shall be fulfilled. ch.7.21, Pollutions (1). unclean until the even.

5 But if she bear a maid child,; De.14.21. 40 And he that eateth of the then she shall be unclean two ch.13.3, Uncleanness. ch.6.27, Washing. carcase of it shall wash his weeks, as in her separation:

# Laws and tokens


for discerning leprosy. and she shall continue in the 7 But if the scab spread much blood of her purifying three- abroad in the skin, after that he score and six days.

hath been seen of the priest for p.p.Lu.2.22.

6 And when the days of her his cleansing, he shall be seen of
purifying are fulfilled, for a son, the priest again :

or for a daughter, she shall 8 And if the priest see that, beEx.29.39, Lambs.

bring a lamb of the first year hold, the scab spreadeth in the Ex.29.18, Burnt-offerings. Ge.15.9, Pigeons.

for a burnt offering, and a young skin, then the priest shall pro-
Ge.15.9, Turtledoves. pigeon, or a turtledove, for a sin nounce him unclean: it is a lep- v.3, Uncleanness.
Ex.29.14, Sin-offerings. offering, unto the door of the rosy.

tabernacle of the congregation,.9 TWhen the plague of leprosy v.2, Leprosy.
unto the priest :

is in a man, then he shall be p.p.2 K.5.3.
7 Who shall offer it before the brought unto the priest;
ch.4.20, Atonement. LORD, and make an atonement 10 And the priest shall see

for her; and she shall be him : and, behold, if the rising
cleansed from the issue of her be white in the skin, and it have
blood. This is the law for her turned the hair white, and there
that hath born a male or a fe- be quick raw flesh in the rising ;

11 It is an old leprosy in the ch.14.30, Give ac. to Ability. 8 And if she be not able to skin of his flesh, and the priest

bring a lamb, then she shall shall pronounce him unclean, Ge.15.9, Turtledoves. bring two turtles, or two young and shall not shut him up: for Ge.15.9, Pigeons, ch.14.22. pigeons; the one for the burnt he is unclean.

v.3, Uncleanness.
offering, and the other for a sin 12 And if a leprosy break out
offering: and the priest shall abroad in the skin, and the lep-
make an atonement for her, and rosy cover all the skin of him
she shall be clean.

that hath the plague from his

head even to his foot, wheresoB.C.1490.

The laws and tokens in discerning ever the priest looketh;

13 Then the priest shall con

Mo'şeş and Aâr'on, saying, sy have covered all his flesh, he 2 When a man shall have in shall pronounce him clean that the skin of his flesh a rising, a hath the plague: it is all turned scab, or bright spot, and it be in white: he is clean.

the skin of his flesh like the 14 But when raw flesh appearLeprosy, ch.14.2.

plague of leprosy; then he shall eth in him, he shall be unclean. v.3, Uncleanness, v.25.
be brought unto Aâr'on the 15 And the priest shall see the
priest, or unto one of his sons raw flesh, and pronounce him to
the priests:

be unclean: for the raw flesh is
3 And the priest shall look on unclean: it is a leprosy. v.2, Leprosy.
the plague in the skin of the 16 Or if the raw flesh turn
flesh: and when the hair in the again, and be changed unto
plague is turned white, and the white, he shall come unto the

plague in sight be deeper than priest;
the skin of his flesh, it is a 17 And the priest shall see him:
plague of leprosy: and the and, behold, if the plague be

priest shall look on him, and turned into white; then the Uncleanness, v.14. pronounce him unclean.

priest shall pronounce him
4 If the bright spot be white clean that hath the plague:
in the skin of his flesh, and in he is clean.
sight be not deeper than the 18 [The flesh also, in which,
skin, and the hair thereof be not even in the skin thereof, was a
turned white; then the priest boil, and is healed,

Ex.9.9, Boils, 2 K.20.7.
Quarantine, v.46. shall shut up him that hath the 19 And in the place of the boil
Ge.2.3, Seven Days. plague seven days:

there be a white rising, or a
5 And the priest shall look on bright spot, white, and some-
him the seventh day: and, be- what reddish, and it be shewed
hold, if the plague in his sight to the priest;
be at a stay, and the plague 20 And if, when the priest

spread not in the skin; then the seeth it, behold, it be in sight Separation (1), v.21. priest shall shut him up seven lower than the skin, and the days more:

hair thereof be turned white;
6 And the priest shall look on the priest shall pronounce him
him again the seventh day: and, unclean: it is a plague of lep- v.2, Leprosy.
behold, if the plague bé some-rosy broken out of the boil.
what dark, and the plague 21 But if the priest look on it,
spread not in the skin, the priest and, behold, there be no white

shall pronounce him clean: it hairs therein, and if it be not
ch.6.27, Washing.
Ge.35.2, Cleanliness (1),

is but a scab: and he shall wash lower than the skin, but be (Nu.8.7. his clothes, and be clean. somewhat dark; then the priest|

Laws and tokens

v.4, Quarantine.
v.5, Separation (1), v.33.

v.3, Uncleanness.

p.p.Mt.8.4; Lu.17.14.

V.3, Uncleanness, v.36. v.2, Leprosy.

v.4, Quarantine.
v.5, Separation (1).

Ge.2.3, Seven Days.


for discerning leprosy. shall shut him up seven days: the priest shall shut up him that v.5. Separation (1), v.46.

22 And if it spread much hath the scall seven days more: v.4, Quarantine.
abroad in the skin, then the 34 And in the seventh day the
priest shall pronounce him un- priest shall look on the scall :
clean: it is a plague.

and, behold, if the scall be not
23 But if the bright spot stay spread in the skin, nor be in
in his place, and spread not, it sight deeper than the skin; then
is a burning boil; and the priest the priest shall pronounce him
shall pronounce him clean. clean: and he shall wash his ch.6.27, Washing.
24 Tor if there be any flesh, clothes, and be clean.

Ge.35.2, Cleanliness (1).
in the skin whereof there is 35 But if the scall spread much
a hot burning, and the quick in the skin after his cleansing; Ex.30.20, Cleansing (1).
flesh that burneth have a white 36 Then the priest shall look
bright spot, somewhat reddish, on him: and, behold, if the scall
or white;

be spread in the skin, the priest 25 Then the priest shall look shall not seek for yellow hair; upon it: and, behold, if the hair he is unclean.

v.3, Uncleanness, v.45.
in the bright spot be turned 37 But if the scall be in his
white, and it be in sight deeper sight at a stay, and that there
than the skin; it is a leprosy is black hair grown up therein;
broken out of the burning: the scall is healed, he is clean:
wherefore the priest shall pro- and the priest shall pronounce
nounce him unclean: it is the him clean.
plague of leprosy.

38 If a man also or a woman
26 But if the priest look on it, have in the skin of their flesh
and, behold, there be no white bright spots, even white bright
hair in the bright spot, and it be spots;
no lower than the other skin, 39 Then the priest shall look:
but be somewhat dark; then the and, behold, if the bright spots
priest shall shut him up seven in the skin of their flesh be dark-

ish white; it is a freckled spot
27 And the priest shall look that groweth in the skin; he is
upon him the seventh day: and clean.
if it be spread much abroad in 40 And the man whose hair is
the skin, then the priest shall fallen off his head, he is bald ; Baldness, De.14.1.
pronounce him unclean: it is yet is he clean.
the plague of leprosy.

41 And he that hath his hair
28 And if the bright spot stay fallen off from the part of his
in his place, and spread not in head toward his face, he is fore-

the skin, but it be somewhat head bald: yet is he clean.
dark; it is a rising of the burn- 42 And if there be in the bald
ing, and the priest shall pro- head, or bald forehead, a white
nounce him clean: for it is an reddish sore; it is a leprosy v.2, Leprosy.
inflammation of the burning. sprung up in his bald head, or

29 (If a man or woman have a his bald forehead.
plague upon the head or the 43 Then the priest shall look

upon it: and, behold, if the ris-
30 Then the priest shall see ing of the sore be white reddish
the plague: and, behold, if it be in his bald head, or in his bald
in sight deeper than the skin; forehead, as the leprosy appear-
and there be in it a yellow thin eth in the skin of the flesh;
hair; then the priest shall pro- 44 He is a leprous man, he is
nounce him unclean : it is a unclean: the priest shall pro-
dry scall, even a leprosy upon nounce him utterly unclean;
the head or beard.

his plague is in his head. 31 And if the priest look on 45 And the leper in whom the Lepers, ch.22.4. the plague of the scall, and, be-plague is, his clothes shall be Ge.37.29, Clothes Rent. hold, it be not in sight deeper rent, and his head bare, and he than the skin, and that there is shall put a covering upon his up- p.p.Lam.4.15. no black hair in it; then the per lip, and shall cry, Unclean, v.3, Uncleanness, ch.14.46. priest shall shut up him that unclean. Thath the plague of the scall 46 All the days wherein the ch.26.21, Plagues. seven days:

plague shall be in him he shall ch.11.43, Defilement (2). 32 And in the seventh day the be defiled; he is unclean: he v.4. Quarantine, ch.14.8.

Ex.29.14, Without the Camp, priest shall look on the plague: shall dwell alone; without the

and, behold, if the scall spread camp shall his habitation be. v.5, Separation (1), Nu.5.3.
not, and there be in it no yellow 47 {The garment also that the p.p.Is.64.6; Zec.3.4.
hair, and the scall be not in plague of leprosy is in, wheth-
sight deeper than the skin; er it be a woollen garment, or a Wool, ch.19.19.

33 He shall be shaven, but the linen garment;
scall shall he not shaye; and 48 Whether it be in the warp,

v.2, Leprosy.

ch.26.21, Plagues.


v.3, Uncleanness. v.2, Leprosy.

v.4, Quarantine.
v.5, Separation (1).

Ge.41.14, Shaving, Nu.6.9.

AMóses, saying,

For discerning leprosy.


Cleansing of the leper.
or woof; of linen, or of woollen; to pronounce it clean, or to pro-
whether in a skin, or in any nounce it unclean.
thing made of skin;

49 And if the plague be green-
ish or reddish in the garment, of the leper. 33 The signs of lep-

The rites and sacrifices in cleansing B.C.1490.
or in the skin, either in the

rosy in a house : 48 the cleansing of warp, or in the woof, or in any that house. thing of skin; it is a plague of ND the LORD spake unto Ex.4.6, Divine Commands. leprosy, and shall beshewed unto the priest :

2 This shall be the law of the 50 And the priest shall look leper in the day of his cleansing: ch.13.2, Leprosy, v.34. ch.26.21, Plagues. upon the plague, and shut up it He shall be brought unto the p.p.Eze.44.23. v.4, Quarantine.

that hath the plague seven priest:

3 And the priest shall go forth
51 And he shall look on the out of the camp; and the priest Ex.29.14, Without the Camp.
plague on the seventh day: if shall look, and, behold, if the

the plague be spread in the gar- plague of leprosy be healed in
ment, either in the warp, or in the leper;

ch.13.45, Lepers.
the woof, or in a skin, or in any 4 Then shall the priest com-

work that is made of skin; the mand to take for him that is to

plague is a fretting leprosy; it is be cleansed two birds alive and Ge.1.20, Birds.

clean, and cedar wood, and scar-2 S.7.2, Cedar.
52 He shall therefore burn that let, and hyssop:

Ex.25.4, Scarlet, Nu.4.8. garment, whether warp or woof, 5 And the priest shall comin woollen or in linen, or any mand that one of the birds be thing of skin, wherein the killed in an earthen vessel over

plague is: for it is a fretting running water: v.2, Leprosy.

leprosy; it shall be burnt in the 6 As for the living bird, he

shall take it, and the cedar wood,
53 And if the priest shall look, and the scarlet, and the hyssop, Ex.12.22, Hyssop, Nu.19.6.
and, behold, the plague be not and shall dip them and the living
spread in the garment, either in bird in the blood of the bird
the warp, or in the woof, or in that was killed over the running
any thing of skin;

water: 54 Then the priest shall com- 7 And he shall sprinkle upon Ex.12.7, Blood Sprinkled. ch.6.27, Washing, ch.14.8. mand that they wash the thing him that is to be cleansed from

wherein the plague is, and he the leprosy seven times, and ch.4.6.Seven Times,Nu.19.4. shall shut it up seven days more: shall pronounce him clean, and

55 And the priest shall look on shall let the living bird loose the plague, after that it is into the open field. washed: and, behold, if the 8 And he that is to be cleansed Ex.30.20, Cleansing (1), plague have not changed his shall wash his clothes, and shave

Ich.16.26. colour, and the plague be not off all his hair, and wash himself ch.6.27, Washing, ch.16.28. v.3, Uncleanness. spread; it is unclean; thou shalt in water, that he may be clean:

burn it in the fire; it is fret in- and after that he shall come
ward, whether it be bare within into the camp, and shall tarry
or without.

abroad out of his tent seven ch.13.4, Quarantine, Nu.5.2.
56 And if the priest look, and, days.
behold, the plague be somewhat 9 But it shall be on the seventh
dark after the washing of it; day, that he shall shave all his Ge.41.14, Shaving.
then he shall rend it out of the hair off his head and his beard Beard, ch.19.27.
garment, or out of the skin, or and his eyebrows, even all his
out of the warp, or out of the hair he shall shave off: and he 2 S.14.26. Hair.

shall wash his clothes, also he 57 And if it appear still in the shall wash his flesh in water, garment, either in the warp, or and he shall be clean.

Ge.35.2, Cleanliness (1). in the woof, or in any thing of 10 And on the eighth day he skin; it is a spreading plague : shall take two he lambs without Ex.29.39, Lambs. thou shalt burn that wherein the blemish, and one ewe lamb of plague is with fire.

the first year without blemish, Ex.12.5, Unblemished. 58 And the garment, either and three tenth deals of fine warp, or woof, or whatsoever four for a meat offering, min- ch.2.1, Meal-offerings. thing of skin it be, which thou gled with oil, and one log of oil. ch.29.2, Oil (2). shalt wash, if the plague be de- 11 And the priest that maketh

parted from them, then it shall him clean shall present the man ch.6.27, Washing. be washed the second time, and that is to be made clean, and Ge.35.2, Cleanliness (1). shall be clean.

those things, before the LORD, 59 This is the law of the plague at the door of the tabernacle of Ex.25.8, Tabernacle. of leprosy in a garment of wool- the congregation: len or linen, either in the warp, 12 And the priest shall take one or woof, or any thing of skins, he lamb, and offer him for a tres

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