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  • And the golden chains, you shall join to the rings, which are at its edges. (Exodus 28, 24)

  • So then, there shall be a little golden bell and a pomegranate, and again another golden bell and a pomegranate. (Exodus 28, 34)

  • And Aaron said to them, “Take the golden earrings from the ears of your wives, and your sons and daughters, and bring them to me.” (Exodus 32, 2)

  • from which two golden chains would hang, which they connected with the hooks that projected from the corners of the ephod. (Exodus 39, 17)

  • and if the place is certainly lower than the rest of the flesh, and the hair is golden, and thinner than usual, he shall declare them contaminated, because it is the leprosy of the head and the beard. (Leviticus 13, 30)

  • And certainly they shall wrap the golden altar in a hyacinth garment, and they shall extend over it a covering of violet skins, and they shall draw in the bars. (Numbers 4, 11)

  • and the cooking pots, and the trays, and the small hooks. All of the items that Hiram made for king Solomon, for the house of the Lord, were of golden brass. (1 Kings 7, 45)

  • And devising a plan, he made two golden calves. And he said to them: “No longer choose to ascend to Jerusalem. Behold, these are your gods, O Israel, who led you away from the land of Egypt!” (1 Kings 12, 28)

  • Yet truly, he did not turn away from the sins of Jeroboam, the son of Nebat, who caused Israel to sin. Neither did he forsake the golden calves, which were in Bethel and Dan. (2 Kings 10, 29)

  • Also, David took the golden quivers, which the servants of Hadadezer had, and he brought them to Jerusalem. (1 Chronicles 18, 7)

  • And then, when all went to the golden calves which Jeroboam, king of Israel, had made, he alone fled from the company of them all. (Tobit 1, 5)

  • Moreover, those who had been invited drank from golden cups, and dishes of foods were brought in one after another. Likewise, choice wine was presented in abundance, as was worthy of royal magnificence. (Esther 3, 7)

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