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Judaic rituals in the Old Testament. Engraving.


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Clockwise from top-left: In the first scene, the twelve loaves of shewbread are being offered to the Lord (Exodus 25.30); the second depicts the feast of the tabernacles (Leviticus 23.34); the third shows the Temple of Solomon (1 Kings 7-8; 2 Chronicles 3-5); the fourth shows Solomon's huge sacrifice at the aforesaid temple (1 Kings 8.1-5)

Lettering

Mensa panum propositionis. Exod XXV. Festum tabernaculorum. Levit. XXIII. Altare, pelvis et columnae ex aere. 1 Reg. VII. VIII. Dedicatio templi Salomonis. 1 Reg. VIII.

Physical description

1 print : line engraving ; platemark 15.1 x 37.3 cm

Notes

The second half of this print can be seen at Wellcome Library no. 20171i

Reference

Wellcome Library no. 20170i

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