Leviticus 3:9

Overview - Leviticus 3
The peace offering of the herd;
of the flock;
whether a lamb,
12 or a goat.
17 A prohibition to eat fat or blood.
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Leviticus 3:9  (King James Version)
And he shall offer of the sacrifice of the peace offering an offering made by fire unto the LORD; the fat thereof, and the whole rump, it shall he take off hard by the backbone; and the fat that covereth the inwards, and all the fat that is upon the inwards,

the fat
Leviticus 3:3 Leviticus 3:4 ; Proverbs 23:26 ; Isaiah 53:10

the whole rump
To what has already been said on the tails of eastern sheep, we may add the testimony of Ludolf, who states that they are so very large, some of them weighing from twelve to fourteen pounds, "that the owners are obliged to tie a little cart behind them, whereupon they put the tail of the sheep, as well for the convenience of carriage, and to ease the poor creatures, as to preserve the wool from dirt, and the tail from being torn among the bushes and stones." The same is testified by Dr. Russell, who says, "In some other places where they feed in the fields, the shepherds are obliged to fix a piece of thin board to the under part of the tail, to prevent its being torn by bushes, thistles, etc., as it is not covered underneath with thick wool, like the upper part; and some have small wheels to facilitate the dragging of the board after them."
7:3 8:25 9:19 Exodus 29:22