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  • "Anyone, citizen or alien, who eats an animal that has died a natural death or been savaged, must wash clothing and body, and will be unclean until evening, but will then be clean. (Leviticus 17, 15)

  • "He must not eat an animal that has died a natural death or been savaged; he would contract uncleanness from it. I am Yahweh. (Leviticus 22, 8)

  • Nadab and Abihu died in Yahweh's presence, in the desert of Sinai, when they offered unauthorised fire before Yahweh. They left no children and so it fell to Eleazar and Ithamar to exercise the priesthood under their father Aaron. (Numbers 3, 4)

  • The people appealed to Moses who interceded with Yahweh and the fire died down. (Numbers 11, 2)

  • All the Israelites muttered at Moses and Aaron, and the whole community said to them, 'Would to God we had died in Egypt, or even that we had died in this desert! (Numbers 14, 2)

  • There were fourteen thousand seven hundred victims of the plague, apart from those who died because of Korah. (Numbers 17, 14)

  • Anyone who touches the corpse of anyone who has died and is not purified, defiles Yahweh's Dwelling; such a person will be outlawed from Israel, since the water for purification has not been sprinkled over him; he is unclean, and his uncleanness remains in him. (Numbers 19, 13)

  • The Israelites, the whole community, arrived in the first month at the desert of Zin. The people settled at Kadesh. There Miriam died and was buried. (Numbers 20, 1)

  • The people laid the blame on Moses. 'We would rather have died', they said, 'as our brothers died before Yahweh! (Numbers 20, 3)

  • Moses took Aaron's robes off him and dressed his son Eleazar in them, and there Aaron died, on the mountain-top. Moses and Eleazar then came back down the mountain. (Numbers 20, 28)

  • The whole community saw that Aaron had died, and for thirty days the whole House of Israel mourned for Aaron. (Numbers 20, 29)

  • In the plague twenty-four thousand of them had died. (Numbers 25, 9)


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