Leviticus 4:22

Overview - Leviticus 4
The sin offering of ignorance;
for the priest;
13 for the congregation;
22 for the ruler;
27 for any of the people;
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Leviticus 4:22  (King James Version)
When a ruler hath sinned, and done somewhat through ignorance against any of the commandments of the LORD his God concerning things which should not be done, and is guilty;

a ruler hath sinned
Under the term {nasi,} that is, one preferred or elevated above others, from {nasa,} to exalt, it is probable that any person is meant who held any kind of political dignity among the people; and it evidently means the head of a tribe as in Numbers 1:4 ,16; 7:2 . But the Rabbins generally understand it of the prince of the great sanhedrin, who, when they were under the regal form of government, was the king. A kid of the goats was the sacrifice in this case; and the rites were nearly the same as in the preceding, only the fat was burnt as that of the peace offering
(ver. 26.)
Exodus 18:21 ; Numbers 16:2 ; 2 Samuel 21:1-3 ; 24:10-17

and done
Leviticus 4:2 Leviticus 4:13