Precious Stones: Emerald
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... These precious stones have been identified as follows, taking the High Priest's
breastplate: i. 1. Red carnelian 2. Chrysolite (greenish-yellow) 3. Emerald ii. ...
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On Counter Promises.
... and its battlements of crystal; that it is to have a wall composed of many precious
stones, as jasper, and sapphire, and chalcedony, and emerald, and sardonyx ...
/.../origen/origen de principiis/chapter xi on counter promises.htm

The Open Door.
... sits one like a jasper and a sardine stone, and the rainbow round about the throne
is in sight like unto an emerald. In all ages precious stones have been ...
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On the Use of Ointments and Crowns.
... a savour of life unto life." [1461] And the kings of the Jews using gold and precious
stones and a ... The precious stone, or pearl, or emerald, points out ...
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An Advance Step in the Royal Programme
... John can see is some One who seems to his eyes like transparent precious stones
blazing with ... And this rainbow is all of one colour, a clear, soft emerald-green ...
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Against Excessive Fondness for Jewels and Gold Ornaments.
... the stones which silly women wear fastened to chains and set in necklaces, amethysts,
ceraunites, jaspers, topaz, and the Milesian. "Emerald, most precious ware ...
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High Priest
... external part of this gorget was set with four rows of precious stones; the first
row, a serdious, a topaz, and a carbuncle; the second, an emerald, a sapphire ...
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How Ptolemy Philadelphus Procured the Laws of the Jews to be ...
... of various colors; the carbuncle and the emerald, each of ... light to the spectators;
with such stones of other ... and best esteemed, as being most precious in their ...
/.../josephus/the antiquities of the jews/chapter 2 how ptolemy philadelphus.htm

Vive Jesus. Preface.
... precious stones, having their sight tired by keeping it continually fixed upon the
small lines of their work, are glad to keep before them some fair emerald ...
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The Best Introduction to this Production Will be the Following ...
... of the gods golden and silver statues, and adorned them with precious stones,"that
I may ... having on its upper side a star set in a carbuncle and an emerald. ...
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Ezekiel 27:16
Syria was your merchant by reason of the multitude of the wares of your making: they occupied in your fairs with emeralds, purple, and broidered work, and fine linen, and coral, and agate.
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Revelation 4:3
And he that sat was to look on like a jasper and a sardine stone: and there was a rainbow round about the throne, in sight like to an emerald.
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Lapidary: One Who Cuts Precious Stones


Precious Stones

Precious Stones of Great Variety

Precious Stones of Many Colours

Precious Stones used for Adorning the Breastplate of Judgment

Precious Stones used for Adorning the High Priest's Ephod

Precious Stones used for Adorning the Temple

Precious Stones used for Decorating the Person

Precious Stones used for Honoring Idols

Precious Stones used for Ornamenting Royal Crowns

Precious Stones used for Setting in Seals and Rings

Precious Stones: A Part of the Treasure of Kings

Precious Stones: Agate

Precious Stones: Amethyst

Precious Stones: Art of Engraving Upon, Early Known to the Jews

Precious Stones: Art of Setting, Known to the Jews

Precious Stones: Beauty and Stability of the Church

Precious Stones: Beryl

Precious Stones: Brilliant and Glittering

Precious Stones: Brought from Ophir

Precious Stones: Brought from Sheba

Precious Stones: Called: Jewels

Precious Stones: Called: Precious Jewels

Precious Stones: Called: Stones of Fire

Precious Stones: Called: Stones to be Set

Precious Stones: Carbuncle

Precious Stones: Chalcedony

Precious Stones: Chrysolite

Precious Stones: Chrysoprasus

Precious Stones: Coral

Precious Stones: Diamond

Precious Stones: Dug out of the Earth

Precious Stones: Emerald

Precious Stones: Extensive Commerce In

Precious Stones: Given by Chief Men for the Temple

Precious Stones: Given by the Jews for the Tabernacle

Precious Stones: Glory of Heavenly Jerusalem

Precious Stones: Highly Prized by the Ancients

Precious Stones: Jacinth

Precious Stones: Jasper

Precious Stones: Often Given As Presents

Precious Stones: Onyx

Precious Stones: Pearl

Precious Stones: Preciousness of Christ

Precious Stones: Prepared by David for the Temple

Precious Stones: Ruby

Precious Stones: Saints

Precious Stones: Sapphire

Precious Stones: Sardine or Sardius

Precious Stones: Sardonyx

Precious Stones: Seductive Splendour and False Glory of the Apostasy

Precious Stones: Stability of Heavenly Jerusalem

Precious Stones: Topaz

Precious Stones: Worldly Glory of Nations

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