[b-hebrew] Leviticus 11:33
Lisbeth S. Fried
lizfried at umich.edu
Tue Jun 14 18:24:57 EDT 2005
This probably is not strictly a question of the
Hebrew, but what type of earthenware vessel is
implied here (Lev. 11:33)?
Milgrom (1991:675) says that the prohibition would
not apply to glazed clay which does not absorb
impurities or to unfired clay which would maintain
its status as soil, and so cannot be contaminated.
I don't understand what type of vessel is left
then which must be broken.
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