Priest Wearing Linen

Some articles on priests, priest wearing linen, linen:

Tetzaveh - Further Reading - Biblical
... Exodus 391–31 (making the priests’ vestments) ... Leviticus 63 (priest wearing linen) 164–33 (high priest wearing linen) ... Deuteronomy 2211 (combining wool and linen) ...

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