Löydetty 361 Tulokset: silver

• If a man dedicates one of the fields of his patrimony to Yahweh, its value shall be calculated according to its productivity, at the rate of fifty silver coins to one bushel of barley. (Leviticus 27, 16)

• All prices must be made according to the official sanctuary standards at the rate of twenty gerahs to one silver piece. (Leviticus 27, 25)

• So for each one you are to pay five pieces of silver, according to the official standard, (Numbers 3, 47)

• Moses received the 1,365 pieces of silver as ransom from those who were left when the rest had been redeemed by the Levites. (Numbers 3, 49)

• From the firstborn of the Israelites he received one thousand three hundred and sixty-five pieces of silver according to the sanctuary standard. (Numbers 3, 50)

• His offering was: one silver bowl weighing 50 ounces, one silver sprinkling bowl weighing 30 ounces by the official standard, both of them filled for the grain offering with fine flour mixed with oil, (Numbers 7, 13)

• His offering was: one silver bowl weighing 50 ounces, one silver sprinkling bowl weighing 30 ounces by the official standard, both of them filled for the grain offering with fine flour mixed with oil, (Numbers 7, 19)

• His offering was: one silver bowl weighing 50 ounces, one silver sprinkling bowl weighing ounces by the official standard, both of them filled for the grain offering with fine flour mixed with oil, (Numbers 7, 25)

• His offering was: one silver bowl weighing 50 ounces, one silver sprinkling bowl weighing 30 ounces by the official standard, both of them filled for the grain offering with fine flour mixed with oil, (Numbers 7, 31)

• His offering was: one silver bowl weighing 50 ounces, one silver sprinkling bowl weighing 30 ounces by the official standard, both of them filled for the grain offering with fine flour mixed with oil, 38 one golden bowl weighing four ounces, filled with incense, (Numbers 7, 37)

• His offering was: one silver bowl weighing 50 ounces, one silver sprinkling bowl weighing 30 ounces by the official standard, both of them filled for the grain offering with fine flour mixed with oil, (Numbers 7, 43)

• His offering was: one silver bowl weighing 50 ounces, one silver sprinkling bowl weighing 30 ounces by the official standard, both of them filled for the grain offering with fine flour mixed with oil, (Numbers 7, 49)

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