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Interpretation of Ezra 2:63

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Interpretation of Ezra 2:63
« on: July 05, 2020, 10:06:37 AM »
Ezra 2:63 explained by Adam Clarke
Verse 63. The Tirshatha] This is generally supposed to be Nehemiah, or the person who was the commandant; see Neh 8:9; Neh 10:1 (refs2), for the word appears to be the name of an office. The Vulgate and Septuagint write it Atershatha, the Syriac and Arabic render it the princes of Judah. Some suppose the word to be Persian, but nothing like it of the same import occurs in that language at present. If, as Castel supposed, it signifies austerity, or that fear which is unpressed by the authority of a governor, it may come from [Persian] ters, FEAR, or [Persian] tersh, ACID, the former from [Persian] tarsidan, to FEAR or DREAD.

Should not eat of the most holy things] There was a high priest then, but no Urim and Thummim, these having been lost in the captivity.

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