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Esther 6:8

Overview - Esther 6
Ahasuerus, reading in the chronicles of the good service done by Mordecai, takes care for his reward.
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.
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Esther 6:8  (King James Version)
Let the royal apparel be brought which the king useth to wear, and the horse that the king rideth upon, and the crown royal which is set upon his head:
 


Let the royal, etc
Hebrew Let them bring the royal apparel,
wherewith the king clotheth himself.
1 Samuel 18:4 ; Luke 15:22

the horse
Herodotus relates, that the kings of Persia had horses peculiar to themselves, which were brought from Armenia, and were remarkable for their beauty; and if the same law prevailed in Persia as in Judea, no man, under the penalty of death, might ride on the king's horse, any more than sit on his throne, wear his crown, or hold his sceptre. 1 Kings 1:33
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