Exodus 28:36

Overview - Exodus 28
Aaron and his sons are set apart for the priest's office.
Holy garments are appointed.
The ephod and girdle.
15 The breast-plate with twelve precious stones.
30 The Urim and Thummim.
31 The robe of the ephod, with pomegranates and bells.
36 The plate of the mitre.
39 The embroidered coat.
40 The garments for Aaron's sons.
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Exodus 28:36  (King James Version)
And thou shalt make a plate of pure gold, and grave upon it, like the engravings of a signet, HOLINESS TO THE LORD.

a plate of pure gold
The word {tzitz,} which we translate a plate, properly signifies a flower
It is rendered by the LXX. [petalon,] a leaf, and is called {nezer,} a crown in ch. 29:6 and [diadema,] a diadem, by the author of the book of Wisdom, ch.
28:24 #28:24. Josephus says that it was adorned with three rows of
the flower which the Greeks call [kyanos.] It was two fingers broad, of a circular form, suited to the shape of the head, and so long that it reached from ear to ear, and was fastened upon a blue lace or ribband, which was tied behind the head; and as the plate reached only half round the head, the remaining part of the ribband was highly ornamented with artificial flowers.* grave upon it.

39:30 Leviticus 8:9 ; 10:3 19:2 Psalms 93:5 ; Ezekiel 43:12 ; Zechariah 14:20 ; Hebrews 7:26
Hebrews 12:14 ; 1 Peter 1:15 1 Peter 1:16 ; 2:9 Revelation 21:27