He asked them how they were doing. 1 Then he said, “Is your aging father well, the one you spoke about? Is he still alive?”
When he looked up and saw the traveler 1 in the town square, the old man said, “Where are you heading? Where do you come from?”
The old man said, “Everything is just fine! 1 I will take care of all your needs. But don’t spend the night in the town square.”
The old prophet 1 picked up the corpse of the prophet, 2 put it on the donkey, and brought it back. The old prophet then entered the city to mourn him and to bury him.
It is like fine oil poured on the head which flows down the beard 1 – Aaron’s beard, and then flows down his garments. 2
At that time 1 the sovereign master will use a razor hired from the banks of the Euphrates River, 2 the king of Assyria, to shave the head and the pubic hair; 3 it will also shave off the beard.
the priest is to examine the infection, 1 and if 2 it appears to be deeper than the skin 3 and the hair in it is reddish yellow and thin, then the priest is to pronounce the person unclean. 4 It is scall, 5 a disease of the head or the beard. 6
Some men came by 1 and saw the corpse lying in the road with the lion standing beside it. 2 They went and reported what they had seen 3 in the city where the old prophet lived.
They were having a good time, 1 when suddenly 2 some men of the city, some good-for-nothings, 3 surrounded the house and kept beating 4 on the door. They said to the old man who owned the house, “Send out the man who came to visit you so we can have sex with him.” 5