|Overview - Esther 6|
|1||Ahasuerus, reading in the chronicles of the good service done by Mordecai, takes care for his reward.|
|4||Haman, coming to sue that Mordecai might be hanged, gives counsel that he might do him honour.|
|12||Complaining of this, his friends tell him of his final destiny.|
Esther 6:11 (King James Version)
Then took Haman the apparel and the horse, and arrayed Mordecai, and brought him on horseback through the street of the city, and proclaimed before him, Thus shall it be done unto the man whom the king delighteth to honour.
- took Hamon
- Ezra 6:13 ; Isaiah 60:14 ; Luke 1:52 ; Revelation 3:9
- and arrayed
- 8:15 9:3
- the street
- Pitts gives a similar account of the mode of honouring a person who turns a Mohammedan, at Algiers: "The apostate is to get on a stately steed, with a rich saddle and fine trappings: he is also richly habited, and has a turban on his head, but nothing of this is to be called his own; only there are given him about two or three yards of broad cloth, which is laid before him on the saddle. The horse, with him on his back, is led all round the city, which he is several hours in doing. The apostate is attended with drums and other music, and twenty or thirty serjeants. They march in order on each side of the horse, with naked swords in their hands. The crier goes before, with a loud voice giving thanks to God for the proselyte that is made."