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RAMS’ SKINS (עֹרֹ֨ת אֵילִ֧ם). Skins of rams, tanned and dyed red, were used as the third of four coverings over the Tabernacle proper (
The skin of the sheep, roughly tanned with all the wool on, is the common winter jacket of the shepherd or peasant, the ram’s being considered especially desirable (compare
See TABERNACLE; DYE, DYEING.