Greek4666. smurna -- myrrh (used as an ointment and for embalming) ... myrrh
as an ointment and for embalming
). Part of Speech: Noun, Feminine
Transliteration: smurna Phonetic Spelling: (smoor'-nah) Short Definition: myrrh ... //strongsnumbers.com/greek2/4666.htm - 6k
250. aloe -- aloe
... 250 -- "The strongly aromatic, quick-drying sap of a tree (the ) -- mixed with myrrh
and used for embalming" (); "the true aloe plant (, , 1:99). ...
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A Bundle of Myrrh
... The Egyptians used it in embalming the dead: and we find Nicodemus and the holy
women bringing myrrh and aloes in which to wrap the dead body of the Savior. ...
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Whether it was Becoming that the Magi Should Come to Adore Christ ...
... gold, as to the great King; they offer up incense as to God, because it is used
in the Divine Sacrifice; and myrrh, which is used in embalming the bodies of ...
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The Embalming of the Body of Jesus.
... The water which had been used was not thrown away, but ... Son to be taken from her,
that the embalming might be ... Next they poured water of myrrh over the whole body ...
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Eastern Wise-Men, or Magi, visit Jesus, the New-Born King.
... It is found in Egypt, Arabia, and Abyssinia. Myrrh means bitterness. The gum was
chiefly used in embalming dead bodies, as it prevented putrefaction. ...
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And after That, Jesus Knew that all Things were Finished...
... Nicodemus also, who of old came unto Jesus by night; and he brought with him perfume
  of myrrh and aloes ...  The preparation used in embalming. ...
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Jesus in the Tomb.
... bearing ample provision of the materials necessary for embalming. ... they wrapped him
in a sheet with myrrh and aloes. ... out in the rock, which had never been used. ...
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... the rivers of the Virgilian Hades, is used to express ... cup or vase containing spices,
of which myrrh (a symbol ... the allusion may be to the practice of embalming. ...
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I Know that My Redeemer Liveth
... what better words he could have used; and if ... coffins of lead, and wrappings of myrrh
and frankincense. The embalming of the Egyptians, those master robbers of ...
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The Eighteenth Theban Dynasty
... in describing this temple is that used in the ... to a disease of which the process of
embalming could not ... ivory tusks, gold, ebony, cassia, myrrh, cynocephali and ...
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The First Theban Empire
... ebony, panthers' skins or rings of gold, myrrh, incense, or a score of other
sweet-smelling gums. So many of these odoriferous resins were used for religious ...
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Nave's Topical IndexJohn 19:39
And there came also Nicodemus, which at the first came to Jesus by night, and brought a mixture of myrrh and aloes, about an hundred pound weight.Nave's Topical Index
Myrrh used As a Perfume
Myrrh used for Embalming
Myrrh: A Product of the Land of Canaan
Myrrh: Brought by the Wise Men (Magi) As a Present to Jesus
Myrrh: Offered to Jesus on the Cross
Myrrh: One of the Compounds in the Sacred Anointing Oil
Myrrh: Traffic In
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