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Leviticus 8:7

Context
NETBible

Then he 1  put the tunic 2  on Aaron, 3  wrapped the sash around him, 4  and clothed him with the robe. 5  Next he put the ephod on him 6  and placed on him 7  the decorated band of the ephod, and fastened the ephod closely to him with the band. 8 

XREF

Ex 28:4; Ex 29:5; Ex 39:1-7; Isa 61:3,10; Ro 3:22; Ro 13:14; Ga 3:27

NET © Notes

sn Here Moses actually clothes Aaron (cf. v. 13 below for Aaron’s sons). Regarding the various articles of clothing see J. E. Hartley, Leviticus (WBC), 111-12 and esp. J. Milgrom, Leviticus (AB), 1:501-13.

sn The term “tunic” refers to a shirt-like garment worn next to the skin and, therefore, put on first (cf. Exod 28:4, 39-40; 29:5, 8; 39:27). Traditionally this has been translated “coat” (so KJV, ASV), but that English word designates an outer garment.

tn Heb “on him”; the referent (Aaron) has been specified in the translation for clarity.

tn Heb “girded him with the sash” (so NASB); NCV “tied the cloth belt around him.”

sn The sash fastened the tunic around the waist (Exod 28:4, 39; 29:9; 39:29).

sn The robe was a long shirt-like over-garment that reached down below the knees. Its hem was embroidered with pomegranates and golden bells around the bottom (Exod 28:4, 31-35; 29:5; 39:22-26).

sn The ephod was an apron like garment suspended from shoulder straps. It draped over the robe and extended from the chest down to the thighs (Exod 28:4, 6-14, 25-28; 29:5; 39:2-7).

tn Heb “girded him with.”

sn The decorated band of the ephod served as a sort of belt around Aaron’s body that would hold the ephod closely to him rather than allowing it to hang loosely across his front (Exod 28:8, 27; 29:5; 39:5, 20).



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