1 ! The maner of peace offrings, and beasts for the same.
6 c In the peace offring it was indifferent to offre ether male or female, but in the burnt offring onely the male: so here can be offred no birdes, but in the burnt offring thei might: all there was consumed with fire, and in the peace offring but a parte.
9 d The burnt offring was wholy consumed, and of the offring made by fire onely the inwardes, &c, were burnt: the shulder and breast, with the two chawes and the mawe were the Priests, & the rest his that offred.
17 f By eating fat was ment to be carnal, and by blood eating was signified crueltie.