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  • You will not exploit or rob your fellow. You will not keep back the labourer's wage until next morning. (Leviticus 19, 13)

  • "You will stand up in the presence of grey hair, you will honour the person of the aged and fear your God. I am Yahweh. (Leviticus 19, 32)

  • "The man who marries his father's or his mother's daughter: if they have intercourse together, this is an outrage. They will be executed in public, for the man has had intercourse with his sister; he will bear the consequences of his guilt. (Leviticus 20, 17)

  • "He must not eat an animal that has died a natural death or been savaged; he would contract uncleanness from it. I am Yahweh. (Leviticus 22, 8)

  • But houses in villages not enclosed by walls will be considered as situated in the open country; they carry the right of redemption, and the purchaser will vacate them at the jubilee. (Leviticus 25, 31)

  • you will thresh until vintage time and gather grapes until sowing time. You will eat your fill of bread and live secure in your land. (Leviticus 26, 5)

  • "a man between twenty and sixty years of age will be valued at fifty silver shekels -- the sanctuary shekel; (Leviticus 27, 3)

  • You and Aaron will register all those in Israel, twenty years of age and over, fit to bear arms, company by company; (Numbers 1, 3)

  • 'You must take a census of Levi's descendants by families and clans; all the males of the age of one month and over will be counted.' (Numbers 3, 15)

  • The total number of male Levites of the age of one month and over, whom Moses counted by clans as Yahweh had ordered, came to twenty-two thousand. (Numbers 3, 39)

  • Yahweh said to Moses: 'Take a census of all the first-born of the Israelites, all the males from the age of one month and over; take a census of them by name. (Numbers 3, 40)

  • The total count, by name, of the first-born from the age of one month and over came to twenty-two thousand two hundred and seventy-three. (Numbers 3, 43)


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