Leviticus

Leviticus, the third book of the Pentateuch, so called as containing the laws and ordinances appointed to regulate the services of the sanctuary as conducted by a priesthood of the tribe of Levi, the narrative portion of it recording the consecration of Aaron and his sons, the death of Nadab and Abihu, and the stoning of the blasphemer, embracing a period of only one year, and the legislation of it no longer issuing from Mount Sinai, but from the door of the Tabernacle.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Levitical Degrees * Lewald, Fanny
Levana
Levant
Levee
Levellers
Lever, Charles James
Leverrier, Urban Jean Joseph
Levi, Leon
Levirite Law
Levites
Levitical Degrees
Leviticus
Lewald, Fanny
Lewes
Lewes, George Henry
Lewis, Sir George Cornwall
Lewis, Matthew Gregory
Leyden
Leyden, John
Leyden, John of
Leyden, Lucas van
Leyden Jar

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