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  • "Of the various creatures that live in the water, you may eat the following: whatever in the seas or in river waters has both fins and scales you may eat. (Leviticus 10, 9)

  • But of the various creatures that crawl or swim in the water, whether in the sea or in the rivers, all those that lack either fins or scales are loathsome for you, (Leviticus 10, 10)

  • Every water creature that lacks fins or scales is loathsome for you. (Leviticus 10, 12)

  • Everything on which one of them falls when dead becomes unclean. Any such article that men use, whether it be an article of wood, cloth, leather or goat hair, must be put in water and remain unclean until evening, when it again becomes clean. (Leviticus 10, 32)

  • Any solid food that was in contact with water, and any liquid that men drink, in any such vessel become unclean. (Leviticus 10, 34)

  • However, a spring or a cistern for collecting water remains clean; but whoever touches the dead body becomes unclean. (Leviticus 10, 36)

  • "This is the law for animals and birds and for all the creatures that move about in the water or swarm on the ground, (Leviticus 10, 46)

  • The priest shall then order him to slay one of the birds over an earthen vessel with spring water in it. (Leviticus 13, 5)

  • Taking the living bird with the cedar wood, the scarlet yarn and the hyssop, the priest shall dip them all in the blood of the bird that was slain over the spring water, (Leviticus 13, 6)

  • The man being purified shall then wash his garments and shave off all his hair and bathe in water; only when he is thus made clean may he come inside the camp; but he shall still remain outside his tent for seven days. (Leviticus 13, 8)

  • On the seventh day he shall again shave off all the hair of his head, his beard, his eyebrows, and any other hair he may have, and also wash his garments and bathe his body in water; and so he will be clean. (Leviticus 13, 9)

  • One of the birds he shall slay over an earthen vessel with spring water in it. (Leviticus 13, 50)


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