By Marian Broida
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But can you imagine any problems? For example: What food can you prepare in advance that wouldn’t spoil in the summer heat? What if you’re sick and need extra heat and food, and your fire goes out? Should you milk animals on the Sabbath? ) Keeping the Sabbath meant planning for all these possibilities. People were allowed to care for babies, serve meals, and milk animals. Still, the Sabbath was mostly a time for rest. As much as possible, things were done in advance or put off for another day. 44 sacrifices were burned on altars.
The British Museum. 17 0X ————————————————————————————————————————————— In these pictures, women wear long, straight, sleeveless dresses. Headscarves trail down their backs. Some of the men wear knee-length garments with short sleeves and fringed sashes. Turbans cover their heads, with a fringed end dangling over one ear. The men have short curly hair. Some have beards but not mustaches; others are clean-shaven. Older children dress exactly like their parents. Younger children wear simple, straight, ankle-length gowns or nothing at all.
Besides milk, the Israelites drank water, wine, and probably grape juice. Other foods included 36 X ————————————————————————————————————————————— 0 This ibex (a type of wild goat) lives in a modern Israeli nature preserve. Ancient Israelite hunters sometimes shot ibex, deer, and antelope for food. Photo by Dan and Sis Polin. In this photo taken about 75 years ago, a woman from Palestine carried an enormous bundle of twigs. Gathering fuel was a never-ending job. Courtesy of the Palestine Exploration Fund.
Ancient Israelites and Their Neighbors: An Activity Guide by Marian Broida