47"When a garmenthas a amark of leprosy in it, whether it is a woolgarmentor a linengarment,
48whether in bwarporwoof, of linenor of wool, whether in leatheror in anyarticlemade of leather,
if the mark is greenishorreddish in the garmentor in the leather, or in the cwarpor in the woof, or in anyarticle of leather, it is a leprousmark and shall be shown to the priest.
"Then 1the priest shall look at the mark and shall dquarantine the article with the mark for sevendays.
"He shall then look at the mark on the seventhday ; if the mark has spread in the garment, whether in the warpor in the woof, or in the leather, whatever the purpose for which the leather is used, the mark is a eleprousmalignancy, it is unclean.
"So he shall burn the garment, whether the warpor the woof, in woolor in linen, oranyarticle of leather in which the markoccurs, for it is a fleprousmalignancy ; it shall be burned in the fire.
"But if the priest shall look, and indeed the mark has not spread in the garment, either in the warpor in the woof, or in anyarticle of leather,
then the priest shall order them to wash the thing in which the mark occurs and he shall gquarantine it for sevenmoredays.
55"After the article with the mark has been washed, the priest shall againlook, and if the mark has not changed its appearance, even though the mark has not spread, it is unclean ; you shall burn it in the fire, whether an eatingaway has produced bareness on the topor on the front of it.
"Then if the priestlooks, and if the mark has fadedafter it has been washed, then he shall tear it out of the garmentor out of the leather, whether from the warpor from the woof ;
and if it appearsagain in the garment, whether in the warpor in the woof, or in anyarticle of leather, it is an outbreak ; the article with the mark shall be burned in the fire.
"The garment, whether the warpor the woof, oranyarticle of leather from which the mark has departed when you washed it, it shall then be washed a secondtime and will be clean."
59This is the law for the mark of leprosy in a garment of woolorlinen, whether in the warpor in the woof, or in anyarticle of leather, for pronouncing it cleanorunclean.