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Reference: Bath, Bathing


The latter term is most frequently used in our English Version in connexion with purification from ceremonial defilement

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Bath, Bathing.

This was a prescribed part of the Jewish ritual of purification in cases of accident, or of leprous or ordinary uncleanness,

Le 15; 16:28; 22:6; 19/7/type/mstc'>Nu 19:7,19; 2Sa 11:2,4; 2Ki 5:10

as also after mourning, which always implied defilement.

Ru 3:3; 2Sa 12:20

The eastern climate made bathing essential alike to health and pleasure, to which luxury added the use of perfumes.

Es 2:12

Judith 10:3; Susan 17. The "pools," such as that of Siloam and Hezekiah,

2Ki 20:20; Ne 3:15-16; Isa 22:11; Joh 9:7

often sheltered by porticos,

Joh 5:2

are the first indications we have of public bathing accommodation.

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