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New Defender's Study Bible Notes
28:6 make the ephod. The “ephod” was a two-piece sleeveless coat; the “curious girdle” (Exodus 28:8) was a woven sash holding the ephod to the body; the golden “ouches” (Exodus 28:11) were filigree settings for the onyx stones; the “habergeon” (Exodus 28:32) was a coat of mail; the “mitre” (Exodus 28:37) was a sort of turban. Linen “breeches” (Exodus 28:42) constituted the undergarment, and a seamless blue linen robe (Exodus 28:31) was just under the ephod and its beautiful breastplate of jewels.