Leviticus 8:13

Overview - Leviticus 8
Moses consecrates Aaron and his sons.
14 Their sin offering.
18 Their burnt offering.
22 The ram of consecration.
31 The place and time of their consecration.
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Leviticus 8:13  (King James Version)
And Moses brought Aaron's sons, and put coats upon them, and girded them with girdles, and put bonnets upon them; as the LORD commanded Moses.

Exodus 28:40 Exodus 28:41 ; Exodus 29:8 Exodus 29:9 Exodus 40:14 Exodus 40:15 Psalms 132:9 ; Isaiah 61:6 Isaiah 61:10 ; 1 Peter 2:5 1 Peter 2:9
Revelation 1:6 ; 5:10

The {kethoneth,} or coat, was made of linen; but the form of it is no where described in Scripture, except in the visionary appearance of Christ to St. John, in the form and habit of a priest ( Revelation 1:13 );where he is said to be [endedumenos podere,] "clothed with a garment down to the feet," which perfectly agrees with the description the Jewish writers give of it; who also say, that it had sleeves which came down to the wrist, and was tied about the neck; so that it was not unlike a long shirt. It was common to all the priests; but the tunic of the high priest was made of finer linen, or wove in a more curious manner
( Exodus 28:4 .)

Hebrew bound. bonnets.
The {migbath}, or bonnets, are described by Josephus as being like helmets of linen, one wreath being plaited and folded over another and a thin cap, suited to its shape, put over all, to prevent its unfolding.